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Nursing staff development : strategies for success /
[edited by] Roberta Straessle Abruzzese.
edition
2nd ed.
imprint
St. Louis : Mosby, c1996.
description
xix, 364 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0815100531
format(s)
Book
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imprint
St. Louis : Mosby, c1996.
isbn
0815100531
catalogue key
1858017
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Foundations of Nursing Staff Development
Staff Development: Our Heritage, our Visions
Nursing Staff Development Today
Conceptual Foundations of Nursing Staff Development
Guiding Principles: Vision, Values, Mission, and Goals of Staff Development
Learning Styles in Staff Development
Managing Nursing Staff Development
Organization of Staff Development
Enhancing Human Resources for Staff Development
Documenting Effectiveness: Budget and Cost Considerations
In-House Marketing of Staff Development Programs
Using Computers to Manage Staff Development
The Process of Nursing Staff Development
Learning Needs Assessment
Curriculum Planning and Development
Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies for Adults
Evaluation in Nursing Staff Development
Orientation for General and Specialty Areas
Professional Issues in Nursing Staff Development
Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing Staff Development
Managing the Dual Dimensions of Quality
Research in Nursing Staff Development
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