Journal of Professional Nursing
Leadership competency is required throughout nursing. Students have difficulty understanding leadership as integral to education and practice. A consistent framework for nursing leadership education, strong scholarship and an evidence base are limited.
To establish an integrated leadership development model for prelicensure nursing students that recognizes leadership as a fundamental skill for nursing practice and promotes development of nursing leadership education scholarship.
Summarizing definitions of nursing leadership, conceptualizing leadership development capacity through reviewing trends, and synthesizing existing leadership theories through directed content analysis.
Nine leadership skills form the organizing structure for the Nursing Leadership Development Model. Leadership identity development is supported via dimensions of knowing, doing, being and context.
The Nursing Leadership Development Model is a conceptual map offering a structure to facilitate leadership development within prelicensure nursing students, promoting student ability to internalize leadership capacity and apply leadership skills upon entry to practice
Miles, Jane M. and Scott, Elaine S., "A New Leadership Development Model for Nursing Education" (2019). College of Nursing Faculty Research and Publications. 614.
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Accepted version. Journal of Professional Nursing, Vol. 35, No. 1 (January/ February 2019): 5-11. DOI. © 2019 Elsevier.