Effective leadership and management in nursing
Addison-Wesley Nursing, Feb 21, 1997 - Business & Economics - 478 pages
This very successful text provides students with diverse expertise of management professionals in schools of business & private business practice as well as nurse educators & nursing service administrators. This combination of theoretical knowledge & practical experience provides a rich blend of content, integrating management skills & concepts appropriate for today's nurse manager to use in daily practice. New to this Edition * All chapters have been thoroughly updated with new or expanded coverage of such timely topics as managed care, changes in health care delivery systems, delegation, community health, quality management, new governance structures & functions, collaborative care, & career development. * Solid theory from management experts is applied through an increased number of clinical examples integrated throughout the text. * Chapter Outlines, Objectives, & Overviews begin each chapter. A bulleted chapter summary & review questions allow students to access & understand important points quickly. * Free student video. This new video is shrink-wrapped with the text to enable students to actually see & hear successful techniques for conflict resolution, time management, & effective delegation. * Full-color format. The-new edition is now full color with color coding to help students prioritize their study & review.
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