Leadership and Preparation
Health and Social Care (School of)
Undergraduate: Level 6
Saturday 18 January 2020
Tuesday 26 May 2020
28 January 2020
Requisites for this module
BSC B740 Nursing (Adult),
BSC B740CO Nursing (Adult),
BSC B742 Nursing (Adult) (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B742CO Nursing (Adult) (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B760 Nursing (Mental Health),
BSC B760CO Nursing (Mental Health),
BSC B762 Nursing (Mental Health) (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B762CO Nursing (Mental Health) (Including Year Abroad)
The registered nurse, in whatever work setting, has a significant role in managing resources, including people, time and physical resources. This module prepares students for their role as a leader and manager of nursing care in the clinical setting. It encourages students to see the wider sphere of health care policy in relation to clinical practice as a registered practitioner.
This module is delivered at both level 6 (BSc) and level 7 (MSc).
To advance students’ ability to lead and manage the care of a group of patients/clients
To advance students’ knowledge of health care policy through a review of current best evidence
To advance students’ ability to work within a team
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No additional information available.
Students studying for the undergraduate and postgraduate pathways will study this module together.
Teaching – catalyst lectures will be delivered on key themes for the module to a mixed group of students
Learning – academic level specific tutorial groups will explore teaching content
On-Line Discussion – tutorial discussion will be followed by academic level differentiated on-line discussion groups. There will be asynchronous discussion between the level 6 student groups at Colchester and Southend campuses with a similar provision for the level 7 students
Moodle – the VLE will contain entry level content which will direct students to either Level 6 or Level 7 directed reading and support activities. There will be open access so Level 7 students primary reading can access the level 6 sections of Moodle and vice versa.
Outcomes – module outcomes are academic level specific
Assessment – the assessment strategy involves the same tasks but the level of critical ability required for successful completion will vary dependent on academic level.
- Marquis, Bessie L.; Huston, Carol J. (2012) Leadership and management tools for the new nurse : a case study approach, Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
- Sullivan, Eleanor J.; Garland, Gayle. (2013) Practical leadership and management in healthcare: for nurses and allied health professionals, Harlow: Pearson.
- (no date) Nursing Leadership.
- (no date) Journal of Nursing Management.
- Grohar-Murray, Mary Ellen; Langan, Joanne C. (c2011) Leadership and management in nursing, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
- Handy, Charles B. (1993) Understanding organizations, New York: Oxford University Press.
- Loughlin, Michael. (2002) Ethics, management and mythology: rational decision making for health service professionals, Abingdon: Radcliffe Medical Press.
The above list is indicative of the essential reading for the course. The library makes provision for all reading list items, with digital provision where possible, and these resources are shared between students. Further reading can be obtained from this module's reading list.
Assessment items, weightings and deadlines
|Coursework / exam
||Colchester - Essay
||SOUTHEND - Leadership and Prep for Practice ESSAY
||Southend - extended essay deadline
||Colchester - Resubmission Essay
||Colchester Resubmission Extended Deadline - Essay
||HS516 Leadership Re-submission
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Mrs Sherrie Green, email: email@example.com.
Cerys Somers (Administrator)
T: 01206 874496
Mrs Juliet Amanda Drummond
The University of Wolverhampton
Senior Adult Lecturer
Mrs Julia Mary Terry
Available via Moodle
Of 58 hours, 57 (98.3%) hours available to students:
1 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
0 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).
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