|ATC||NURSP||2093||3||Education and Mentoring in The Clinical Setting|
This course is designed to develop a theoretical, practical, and evidence-based foundation for graduate students in the education of clients/patient/families, nurse colleagues, and other health care providers. Students will broaden their knowledge base in the dynamics of human behavior, values clarification, educational psychology, and motivation which are fundamental to behavior change and sustaining that change (transformation). Content includes principles of andragogy and pedagogy, analysis of learning styles, replete with instruments and a contemporary model focusing upon behavior change of employees, mentoring, the role and function of preceptors, coaching and feedback skills and application of a competency model will be emphasized. The AACN competencies and curricular expectations for clinical nurse leader education and practice (October 2013) will serve as the overall framework for the course.