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Purdue University: Hall for Discovery, Learning, and Research

Event Website

http://www.conf.purdue.edu/landing_pages/network/index.html

Description

A new leadership paradigm is moving toward strategies that guide leaders in the discovery of new possibilities for creating changes in clinical practice. Leadership is no longer a solo act. An acquisition of team spirit is essential for guiding transformative leaders to undertake opportunities inside and outside of organizations. The goal of this project is to develop a Transformative Leadership concentration to lead Doctor of Nursing Practice students in applying foundational principles of transformative leadership. Doctor of Nursing Practice students will learn leadership characteristics of managing the polarity of positive and negative situations along with complexity and change in healthcare. This course will be ideal for Interdisciplinary graduate students who are also interested in healthcare leadership.

The Scholarship of Engagement Project will entail expanding on principles taught in the Transformative Leadership Cognate didactic course and residency course by embedding transformative leadership foundational principles throughout the Doctor of Nursing Program curriculum. A short-term goal for the Cognate project includes focus on evaluating operationalization of the didactic and residency courses while moving forward with an intermediate goal of threading transformative leadership principles throughout the Doctor of Nursing Practice curriculum. Developing a manuscript for a peer-reviewed journal and preparing a grant proposal for funding research on effectiveness of teaching cutting-edge leadership strategies in a Doctor of Nursing Program could be feasibly planned for the fourth and fifth year.

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Transforming Leadership: Nurses Leading Change to Strengthen Healthcare Delivery

Purdue University: Hall for Discovery, Learning, and Research

A new leadership paradigm is moving toward strategies that guide leaders in the discovery of new possibilities for creating changes in clinical practice. Leadership is no longer a solo act. An acquisition of team spirit is essential for guiding transformative leaders to undertake opportunities inside and outside of organizations. The goal of this project is to develop a Transformative Leadership concentration to lead Doctor of Nursing Practice students in applying foundational principles of transformative leadership. Doctor of Nursing Practice students will learn leadership characteristics of managing the polarity of positive and negative situations along with complexity and change in healthcare. This course will be ideal for Interdisciplinary graduate students who are also interested in healthcare leadership.

The Scholarship of Engagement Project will entail expanding on principles taught in the Transformative Leadership Cognate didactic course and residency course by embedding transformative leadership foundational principles throughout the Doctor of Nursing Program curriculum. A short-term goal for the Cognate project includes focus on evaluating operationalization of the didactic and residency courses while moving forward with an intermediate goal of threading transformative leadership principles throughout the Doctor of Nursing Practice curriculum. Developing a manuscript for a peer-reviewed journal and preparing a grant proposal for funding research on effectiveness of teaching cutting-edge leadership strategies in a Doctor of Nursing Program could be feasibly planned for the fourth and fifth year.

http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/soeslsummit/posters/2016/24