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South Dakota Nurse Leadership Program

Dec 10, 2020 12:19PM ● By Med Magazine
SDAHO and USD have developed a one-year customized education program with real-world training for hospital and nursing home nurse leaders. The Nurse Leadership Program is a one-year customized education program designed to equip hospital and long-term care nurse leaders with the training and core competencies they need to be successful in a nurse leadership role. 

The Nurse Leadership Program is a one-year customized education program designed to equip hospital and long-term care nurse leaders with the training and core competencies they need to be successful in a nurse leadership role.

This exceptional program helps professionals make a successful transition from clinical care to the role of a professional executive nurse leader.  The training is designed to give nurse leaders education that can be applied immediately to their role. Education will be taught by USD faculty who have professional experience within healthcare management and understand the struggles faced by nurse leaders today.    

Professionals who attend this program will build skills and confidence in leadership, critical thinking, conflict management, effective team building, and change management. The one-year program will combine lecture, discussion, networking, and opportunities to interact with nurse leaders and other resource experts.

Due to the specificity of this program, attendees must be a licensed nurse working as a nurse leader within the state of South Dakota.

To learn more about the Nurse Leadership program visit sdaho.org/nurse-leadership.