Leadership and Nursing Care Management - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 6th Edition
Elsevier eBook on VitalSource
Set the stage for tomorrow’s nursing leaders. Leadership and Nursing Care Management, 6th Edition maintains its AONE competencies, and features the most up-to-date, evidence-based blend of practice and theory related to the issues that impact nursing management and leadership today. A fresh, conversational writing style gives students an easy-to-understand, in-depth look at these prevalent issues. Key topics include the nursing professional's role in law and ethics, staffing and scheduling, delegation, cultural considerations, care management, human resources, outcomes management, safe work environments, preventing employee injury, and time and stress management.
- UNIQUE! Chapters divided according to AONE competencies for nurse leaders, managers, and executives.
- Research Notes in each chapter summarize relevant nursing leadership and management studies and highlight the practical applications of research findings.
- Case Studies at the end of each chapter present real-world leadership and management situations and illustrate how key concepts can be applied to actual practice.
- Critical Thinking Questions at the end of each chapter present clinical situations followed by critical thinking questions that allow you to reflect on chapter content, critically analyze the information, and apply it to the situation.
- Full-color design and photos makes content more vivid.
- Updated! Chapter on the Prevention of Workplace Violence emphasizes the AONE, Joint Commission’s, and OSHA’s leadership regarding ethical issues with disruptive behaviors of incivility, bullying, and other workplace violence.
- Updated! Chapter on Workplace Diversity includes the latest information on how hospitals and other healthcare facilities address and enhance awareness of diversity.
- Updated! Chapter on Data Management and Clinical Informatics covers how new technology helps patients be informed, connected, and activated through social networks; and how care providers access information through mobile devices, data dashboards, and virtual learning systems.
Part I: Leadership 1. Leadership and Management Principles 2. Change and Innovation 3. Organizational Climate and Culture
Part II: Professionalism 4. Managerial Decision Making 5. Managing Time and Stress 6. Legal and Ethical Issues
Part III: Communication and Relationship Building 7. Communication Leadership 8. Team Building and Working With Effective Groups 9. Delegation in Nursing 10. Power and Conflict 11. Workplace Diversity
Part IV: Knowledge of the Health Care Environment 12. Organizational Structure 13. Decentralization and Shared Governance 14. Strategic Management 15. Professional Practice Models 16. Case and Population Case Management 17. Evidence-Based Practice: Strategies for Nurse Leaders 18. Quality and Safety 19. Measuring and Managing Outcomes
Part V: Business Skills 20. Prevention of Workplace Violence 21. Confronting the Nursing Shortage 22. Staffing and Scheduling 23. Budgeting, Productivity, and Costing out Nursing 24. Performance Appraisal 25. All-Hazards Disaster Preparedness 26. Data Management and Clinical Informatics 27. Marketing
Diane Huber, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, Professor Emeritus College of Nursing and College of Public Health The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa