NURSING 403

Organizational and Systems Leadership for Quality Improvement

Description: Lecture/seminar, three hours. Requisite: doctoral standing. Provides interdisciplinary background in sciences of quality improvement and patient safety within health care settings. Addresses history and evolution of quality movement, theories and thought leaders, current quality of care issues, eliminating health disparities, culturally and linguistically appropriate services, research and innovations, intervention strategies, and instruments, as well as analysis of quality management system models in health care. Evaluation of principles of change theory, strategic planning, organizational culture, program development and implementation. Special focus placed on role of DNP leader in developing and leading clinical quality and safety initiatives. Letter grading.

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