But by far, the most effective way to expand critical thinking skills is through education.When you acquire a broader view of health care, from a systems and policy perspective, you equip yourself to make strategic decisions at the managerial or executive level.
Nurses who work in a positive environment are thought to be less susceptible to the effects of burnout, putting them in a better position to deliver high-quality care and keep patients safe.
Highly effective nurse leaders know this, and have made education their ally.
American Sentinel’s online MSN, nursing management and organizational leadership specialization degree is designed for experienced nurse professional who seek to develop both management and leadership skills.
Through case studies and hands-on course work, nurses examine the various human resource challenges facing an organization as well as the dynamic nature of the strategic planning and management processes.
Nurse educators spend countless hours with students in classrooms and clinical rotations, preparing them to use practical decision-making skills and sound judgment for healthy and safe patient care.