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Essentials of nursing leadership and management /
Diane K. Whitehead, Sally A. Weiss, Ruth M. Tappen.
edition
5th ed.
imprint
Philadelphia : F.A. Davis, c2010.
description
xi, 280 p. : ill.
ISBN
0803622082 (pbk.), 9780803622081 (pbk.)
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imprint
Philadelphia : F.A. Davis, c2010.
isbn
0803622082 (pbk.)
9780803622081 (pbk.)
restrictions
Licensed for access by Sunnybrook users.
contents note
Leadership and followership -- Manager -- Nursing practice and the law -- Questions of values and ethics -- Organizations, power, and empowerment -- Getting people to work together -- Dealing with problems and conflicts -- People and the process of change -- Delegation of client care -- Quality and safety -- Time management -- Promoting a healthy workplace -- Work-related stress and burnout -- Your nursing career -- Nursing yesterday and today.
catalogue key
7135291
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
Text covering issues and trends in nursing, including: delegation, personal career development, time management, motivation, communication, and conflict resolution. Provides examples from acute and long-term care. For nurse managers.
Main Description
Two books in one, for the price of one!
Main Description
Two books in one, for the price of one-all the issues and trends content your students need, plus leadership and management content. As the nursing shortage grows, nurses find themselves in leadership and management roles and more involved in workplace issues. The 5th Edition of this popular resource continues to prepare nurses to respond as leaders and managers in todayrs"s workplace.
Main Description
Two books in one, for the price of one all the issues and trends content your students need, plus leadership and management content. As the nursing shortage grows, nurses find themselves in leadership and management roles and more involved in workplace issues. The 5th Edition of this popular resource continues to prepare nurses to respond as leaders and managers in today workplace.
Main Description
For the nursing student, as in the previous edition an easy-to-read style and a continuing emphasis on essential and practical content directed to meet the learning needs of todays nursing students. The fifth edition will include more interactive features for DavisPlus to address contemporary computer savvy students and faculty who teach this course online.
Table of Contents
Professional Considerations
Leadership and Followershipp. 3
Managerp. 13
Nursing Practice and the Lawp. 21
Questions of Value and Ethicsp. 39
Organizations, Power, and Empowermentp. 57
Working Within the Organization
Getting People to Work Togetherp. 73
Dealing With Problems and Conflictsp. 91
People and the Process of Changep. 103
Delegation of Client Carep. 115
Quality and Safetyp. 131
Time Managementp. 157
Professional Issues
Promoting a Healthy Workplacep. 171
Work-Related Stress and Burnoutp. 197
Your Nursing Careerp. 217
Nursing Yesterday and Todayp. 239
Appendices
Codes of Ethics for Nursesp. 257
American Nurses Association Code of Ethics for Nursesp. 257
Canadian Nurse Association Code of Ethics for Registered Nursesp. 257
The International Council of Nurses Code of Ethics for Nursesp. 258
Standards Published by the American Nurses Associationp. 259
Guidelines for the Registered Nurse in Giving, Accepting, or Rejecting a Work Assignmentp. 261
Indexp. 267
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