Health Care Law

The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program at Xavier University provides nurses with the opportunity to obtain advanced level preparation in nursing science. Graduates of the program are prepared to assume professional leadership roles that encompass educational, consultative, and managerial functions. They are prepared to design and establish delivery services in response to current health care policy changes.

Students who choose the health care law track are provided with advanced study of legal issues surrounding the health care industry. The health care law track is designed for nurses seeking a career in which they would apply their advanced nursing knowledge to legal issues in a variety of settings including risk management and legal nurse consulting. Nurses currently working in administration or forensics may also want to choose a graduate degree with a health care law track in order to enhance their roles in healthcare administration or as expert witnesses.

Health Care Law Track Courses (10 semester hours)
(required in addition to the 26 semester hour MSN core, synthesis and application)

   HSEA 581 Legal Aspects of Health Care (3)
   NURS 610 Liability of Health Care Organizations and H.C. Professionals (3)
   NURS 611 Medical/Legal Research, Writing & Presentation (2)
   NURS 642 Psych/Social/Legal Aspects of Forensics (2)


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Please contact the advisor of this track for more information:
 

Mrs. Marie Reynolds, MSN, MS, RN, CNL

Faculty, School of Nursing
reynoldsm@xavier.edu
Office: (513) 745-1902