Nursing Workforce Readiness Digital Health Nursing Informatics Digital Health Education Nursing Practice with Existing and Emerging Technologies Quantitative Methods Simulation and Virtual Reality
Dr. Kleib is a highly regarded professional with diverse and advanced nursing knowledge and skills in local and international healthcare environments. Her research program focuses on the nursing workforce preparedness and capabilities in digital health.
Dr. Kleib’s teaching practice aims to facilitate authentic learning experiences that foster learners’ growth and help them achieve goals they have set out for themselves. At the undergraduate level, she teaches NURS 300 “Health Policy, Health Care Organizations, Change Management.” At the graduate level, she teaches NURS 508 “Healthcare Technology & Innovation”, and NURS 505 “Transforming Practice.” Dr. Kleib works collaboratively with graduate students to advance their research training in areas of interest related to nursing informatics and digital health education and practice. Please contact Dr. Kleib via email to discuss current opportunities.
An introduction to the concepts of innovation, health technology, systems thinking and relational leadership in a healthcare context. The course develops the knowledge, skills and values that foster personal capacity for innovation and relational leadership. Note: Available only to nursing students in the Collaborative Program, After Degree/After Degree Honors Program or RPN-BScN Program.Fall Term 2021 Winter Term 2022
The course builds upon the personal leadership foundations of NURS 200. It explores the organization of healthcare systems, concepts of healthcare management and care delivery models. The course provides an overview of healthcare policy and the roles of the nurse in influencing health policy, and facilitating change within healthcare systems. Note: Available only to nursing students in the Collaborative/Honors Program, After Degree/After Degree Honors Program or RPN-BScN Program. Prerequisite: NURS 200. Credit may be obtained for only one of NURS 300 or 409.Fall Term 2021
The focus of this course is on the context of healthcare organizations and economics theory relevant to technology or innovation adoption.Winter Term 2022