Emerging educational leadership utilising the Triad Model: Experience of a leadership mentor
Rasika Sirilal Jayasekara, PhD, RN, University of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide, Australia
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The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of a Sigma leadership mentor in guiding an international leadership scholar to plan and develop the first Master of Nursing program in Sri Lanka using mentored-leadership experience program utilising the Triad Model.
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Amarasekara, Thamara Dilhani; Jayasekara, Rasika Sirilal; Sharts-Hopko, Nancy C.The purpose of this project was to establish the first Master of Nursing Programme in Sri Lanka, which will prepare nurses to provide leadership in education, management and research within a complex and dynamic, healthcare ...
Needs assessment for establishing the first Master of Nursing program in Sri Lanka: Survey findings Amarasekara, Thamara Dilhani; Jayasekara, Rasika Sirilal; Sharts-Hopko, Nancy C.; Yasawardene, Surangi Gayaneetha; Seneviratne, Bimalka SamanthiThis preliminary need assessment project was part of the Emerging Educational Administrator Institute's (EEAI) 18-month mentored-leadership experience program. This study presents the findings of a descriptive cross-sectional ...
Jayasekara, Rasika Sirilal; Amarasekara, Thamara DilhaniEffective systems for regulation, education, research and management are the key to strengthening the contribution of nursing services to achieve the required improvement in health outcomes (WHO, 2016). This review examines ...
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