Leadership and Management in Nursing and Health Care

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Essay #: 060824
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Leadership and Management in Nursing and Health Care
COURSE EVALUATION: NUR 587 – LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN NURSING AND HEALTH CARE
The following discussion provides a course evaluation of NUR 587 – Leadership and Management in Nursing and Health Care. Topics addressed include: 1) expected outcomes, 2) specificity of outcomes to the target population/intended audience, 3) the extent to which outcomes were measureable for a timeframe for completion, 4) the extent to which learner objectives were specific enough for prospective students, 5) the relationship between the outcomes and the objectives, and 6) learning theories that served as the foundation of the class.
Expected Outcomes
The first question concerns what expected outcomes were...
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..... outcomes were measureable for a timeframe for completion, 4) the extent to which learner objectives were specific enough for prospective students, 5) the relationship between the outcomes and the objectives, and 6) learning theories that served as the foundation of the class. Accordingly, findings of the current discussion reveal that the overall design of the course was relatively appropriate and effective.
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