Nursing Leadership

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Elsevier Australia, 2003 - Medical - 403 pages
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Nursing Leadership covers contemporary concepts in leadership and management and their application to nursing practice. In addition to covering the fundamentals, a wide range of current topics are addressed including: change management, contemporary approaches to nursing care delivery & health outcomes evaluation; developing & enhancing quality in nursing practice; research based practice; cultural change processes; shared governance; development & leadership of staff; quality of work life issues; quality work environments; and industrial relations. Nursing Leadership provides a fresh innovative approach to the topic and is designed to stimulate interest in theory and concepts as well as providing the reader with strategies that can be readily tested and applied in practice.
  

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Contents

Understanding human behaviour and group dynamics
19
Psychological influences on leadership style
37
Issues for nurse leaders
55
Crosscultural health and strategies to lead development
69
Leadership ethics in nursing and health care domains
89
Leadership the law and management of nursing practice
103
Nursing leadership in industrial relations
121
Implications for leadership
145
Leading and enhancing quality in nursing care
233
Leadership to enhance quality of work life
247
Roles and responsibilities
261
Leadership management and reflective practice
273
Leading contemporary approaches to nursing practice
285
The human
299
Developing the health care
313
Implications
327

Part Two Leadership in Clinical Practice
165
Leading and managing change in nursing
183
DAVID R THOMPSON
197
Managing finances in the nursing practice setting
221
Trust and reciprocity
345
References
357
Index
393
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About the author (2003)

John Daly, PhD, RN, FRCNA, FINE, FCN, is Professor of Nursing and Foundation Head of the School of Nursing, Family & Community Health, University of Western Sydney. He is one of Australia's leading scholars in Nursing. Dr. Daly's research focuses on cardiovascular nursing, the experience of illness and transcultural nursing. He is active in international publications projects in nursing scholarship and is well published in textbooks and refereed journals.

Debra Jackson, RN, PhD, MCN, is Associate Professor of Nursing at the School of Nursing, Family & Community Health, University of Western Sydney. Dr. Jackson's research focuses on women's and family health nursing, family support, building resilience in individuals and families, nursing leadership, and nursing workforce issues. She is well published in refereed journals and textbooks.

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