Management of Care with Jessica Reuter (Nursing)

Management of Care with Jessica Reuter (Nursing)

by Jessica Reuter

Management of Care

Your patients have rights and deserve to be protected. Their well-being has to be classed as a priority for all collaborating care teams.

Alongside others, Jessica Spellmann discusses these principles of care management. The topics of this course encompass roughly 20% of the NCLEX exam.

Likewise included are:

  • The Advocacy of Care
  • Assignment Delegation and Supervision
  • The Concepts of Management

Course Details

  • Videos 13
  • Duration 2:32 h
  • Quiz questions 43
  • Concept Pages 0


Your Educators of course Management of Care with Jessica Reuter (Nursing)

 Jessica Reuter

Jessica Reuter

Jessica Reuter, formerly Spellman, is Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice at the Ohio State University (OSU) College of Nursing, in Ohio, USA.
She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Nursing Administration from Otterbein College in 2004 and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kent State University.
Currently, she teaches in the undergraduate nursing program at OSU and implements the OR specialty elective at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.
Within Lecturio, Jessica Reuter teaches courses on Nursing, specifically the Management of Care.

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By Carlos Cesar C. on 04. January 2021 for Management of Care with Jessica Reuter (Nursing)

She don't have a clear voice , look like she doesn't trust what she says

Performance Improvement for Nurses
By Lisa Michelle S. on 23. December 2019 for Performance Quality Improvement (Nursing)

This is an excellent overview of Performance Improvement related to Nursing.

Good lectures
By Lucy C. on 12. February 2019 for Ethical Practice, Confidentiality and Information Security (Nursing)

It's precise and made easy to understand It brings out the management of care concepts and principles at it simplest form

Bad lecture
By Nikki W. on 25. September 2018 for Information Technology (Nursing)

You can tell she doesn't know what she is talking about. She is just reading something in front of her. I don't reccomend her. No enthusiasm at all.