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AUGUSTANA FACULTY LED PROGRAM: Nursing 451: Leadership in Professional Nursing in Norway
Oslo, Norway (Outgoing Program)
|Program Dates & Deadlines:||Click here to view|
|Restrictions:||AU applicants only|
|Program Type:||Faculty-Led||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Housing Options:||Dormitory||Course Leader:||Schroeder, Pamela|
|Program Provider:||Augustana College||Areas of Study:||Nursing|
|Academic Prerequisites:||Yes||Additional Prerequisites:||Academic Good Standing, Dean of Students Approval|
|Fulfills Gen Ed/SOPHIA:||None||Major/Minor Credit:||Nursing|
|Additional Fees:||$150 IPO Administrative Fee|
Nursing 451: Leadership in Professional Nursing in Norway
This 3-credit senior level course focuses on professional role development, nursing leadership, and contemporary issues in nursing. Students will gain increased understanding of the staff nurse's role in leadership, with opportunities for practical experience in the areas of delegation, priority setting, critical thinking, decision making, quality improvement, evidence-based nursing practice, information management and safety. Students will examine leadership and management theories. Students will explore legal, ethical and political issues in nursing. Students will complete a critical reflection journal and revise their philosophy of nursing.
The clinical component includes an 80-hour clinical practicum with a nurse preceptor. The clinical experience provides an opportunity for students to integrate nursing theory, research, leadership, management, and ethics into their nursing practice. Students will participate in delegation, priority setting, decision making, evidence-based nursing, information management and interdisciplinary experiences in an approved health care setting.
$2,800-3,100 plus airfare, meals, personal expenses and $150 IPO Administrative Fee.
Airfare to and from Sioux Falls directly to your Norwegian destination is estimated at $1,300-1,700. Students planning additional travel before or after the program to other European destinations may spend more or less depending on travel plans.
NURS 420/425 or 430/435, NURS 441 and NURS 450
Sullivan, E.J. & Decker, P.J. (2009). Effective Leadership and Management in Nursing. 7th Ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education Inc.
50 points On-line quizzes
75 points Discussion forum postings
25 points Philosophy of nursing
100 points Reflective journal
Successful completion of the clinical component and simulation is also required and will be graded on a pass/fail basis. Student performance on the clinical portion of the course will be based on the preceptor's assessment of the student, the quality of the reflective journal and successful completion of the leadership simulation.
Pamela Schroeder, Ed.D., RN
Associate Professor & Chair, Nursing Department
Dr. Pamela Schroeder teaches "Pathophysiology" at the junior level and "Nursing Leadership" and "Interdisciplinary Palliative Care" at the senior level. As the nursing international student coordinator/advisor, she is a member of the Global Education Committee and works collaboratively with nursing students, faculty, and administrators at eight colleges/universities in Norway. She teaches an introductory course and coordinates the cultural immersion for the international students from Norway who study at Augustana. As a National FAciltator for Quality Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN), a primary goal is to integrate QSEN competencies in nursing education and clinical practice settings. Dr. Schroder works collaboratively with numerous clinical academic partners including Sanford Health's Culture of Caring and Partners in Nursing (PIN) programs. In addition, she also serves as a Clinical Nurse Educator. She received her doctorate at the University of South Dakota in higher education administration. Her doctoral research focused upon "The Influence of Cultural Immersion on Transcultural Self-Efficacy for Nursing Students at Private Faith-Based Baccalaureate Nursing Programs."
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|January Interim||2017||10/01/2016 **||Rolling Admission||01/02/2017||01/26/2017|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.