N242 – Organizational Development in Nursing Administration
Concepts and principles in organizational development focusing on planned change, processes of nursing quality management systems, patient and occupational safety and their application to nursing administration. It also includes concepts in information systems, financial management, and policy development.
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Discuss concepts and principles in organizational development.
- Explain concepts in information systems
- Discuss financial management principles.
- Apply organizational development interventions in nursing administration.
- Utilize the change process in advocating for policy changes.
- Develop a quality management plan for a specific work setting.
UNIT I ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NURSING ADMINISTRATION
Module 1: Meaning and Characteristics of Organizational Development
Module 2: Interventions in Organizational Development
Module 3: Managing Organizational Development
UNIT II PLANNED CHANGE IN NURSING ADMINISTRATION
Module 4: Theories of Change
Module 5: The Process of Planned Changed
Module 6: Managing Change
Module 7: Policy Development
UNIT III QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN NURSING
Module 8: Concepts and Processes of Quality Management Systems
Module 9: Patient and Occupational Safety Standards
Module 10: Integrated Care Pathways
Module 11: Planning and Sustaining a Quality Management Program in Nursing
UNIT IV MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Module 12: Information System Technology
Module 13: Nursing Management Information Systems
Module 14: Netiquette
UNIT V FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Module 15: Basic Accounting Principles
Module 16: Budgeting and Forecasting
Module 17: Costing the Nursing Care Service
Module 18: Marketing Strategies