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Among all the leadership roles in healthcare, a nurse manager has the most direct impact on the care and service that patients and families receive throughout their healthcare experience. In Walden’s Leadership and Management specialization, you can leverage your knowledge and experience to gain the advanced competencies needed to move into a leadership position.
Prepare to help ensure the delivery of safe, effective healthcare through coursework designed to hone skills in coaching, motivating, and leading a professional team while developing administrative expertise and decision-making skills in the areas of quality assurance and effective oversight of organizational resources. Fieldwork experience also provides an opportunity to apply your learning in a real-world environment. Review the PDF to the right for the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
The American Association of Nurse Executives (AONE) believes that nurse managers at all levels must be competent in the following five attributes:
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Nearly 90% of Walden MSN study participants report they were able to apply what they learned to their workplace.
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“I used to think my job was to teach ‘tasks’ because nurses perform tasks. Now I understand that a nurse does much more than that. I’m teaching on a different scale. I’m not teaching a task; I’m teaching a concept, an ideal, a best practice .”
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