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Master of Science in Nursing

Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems

MSN graduate

Master of Science in Nursing

Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems

Linfield’s Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems MSN program incorporates the fields of economics, environmental, social, and health sciences to address current and future challenges to healthcare delivery. The program addresses these challenges while advocating for a sustainable and just healthcare ecosystem. Linfield, known for its student-focused programs, designed this degree to meet the growing needs of the healthcare industry and the work-life balance of nurses.

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In the MSN Program at Linfield

you might take:

Policy Advocacy and Social Justice

This course explores policies (internal and external) in the healthcare ecosystem that impact the delivery of quality health care outcomes of populations. Utilize professional advocacy to incorporate social, economic, cultural and political considerations into the care of populations. (NURS 501)

Leading Through Change

This course explores organizational and systems leadership skills such as: systems thinking, ethical and critical decision making; interprofessional team development and leadership; succession planning and change management. (NURS 511)

Informatics and Healthcare Technology

Learners will evaluate and apply emerging technologies to improve coordination, management and delivery of care. Advanced skills will be developed in applying health information systems (e.g. EHR) for evidence-based care and education. (NURS 521)

The MSN Program at Linfield

Learning Outcomes

  • Integrate nursing and interprofessional sciences to transform current systems.

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  • Analyze healthcare ecosystems.

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  • Advance nursing practice through policy changes, advocacy strategies, and use of technology.

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  • Demonstrate nursing leadership in the synthesis of health determinants in ecosystems toward improving human health.

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Kimberly Dupree Jones, Ph.D.
Kimberly Dupree Jones, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Nursing
Peterson Hall
503-413-8480
kim.jones@linfield.edu