Yoder-Wise's Leading and Managing in Canadian Nursing, 2nd Edition
Help students prepare for licensure and their transition to practice! Organized around the issues in today's constantly changing health care environment Yoder-Wise's Leading & Managing in Canadian Nursing, 2nd Edition offers an innovative approach to leading and managing by merging theory, research, and practical application. This cutting-edge text is intuitively organized around the issues that are central to the success of Canadian nurses including cultural diversity, resource management, advocacy, patient safety, delegation, and communication. In addition, it provides just the right amount of information to equip students with the tools they need to master leadership and management – all to better prepare them for clinical practice!
- UNIQUE! Each chapter opens with A Challenge, where practicing nurse leaders/managers offer their real-world views of a concern related in the chapter, encouraging you to think about how you would handle the situation.
- UNIQUE! A Solution closes each chapter with an effective method to handle the real-life situation presented in A Challenge and demonstrates the ins and outs of problem-solving in practice.
- Innovative content and presentation, merge theory, research and professional practice in key leadership and management areas.
- An array of pedagogical elements includes chapter objectives, glossary terms, exercises, Research Perspectives, Literature Perspectives, Theory Boxes, chapter checklists, tips, and references.
- Intuitively organized content and clear and unbiased writing style facilitates learning of theory and complex concepts.
- Inviting and well-structured full-colour design enhances your learning by being able to find information quickly and easily, providing visual reinforcement of concepts.
- UNIQUE! Two NEW chapters help build your leadership skills within your academic program - one of which is authored by an undergraduate student and an early career alumnus.
- NEW! UNIQUE! Chapter on nursing leadership in Indigenous health explains the leadership role and is also integrated into relevant topics throughout the text.
- NEW! Expanded and updated coverage of topics includes workplace violence and incivility, strength-based nursing and the role of nurses as change agents - visioning, shaping culture, leading change.
- NEW! Expanded discussion on the interdependence of leadership and management roles and competencies clearly fosters leadership ideas for effective and responsive health care environments.
- NEW! Additional examples of real life practice cases and examples help you to examine and apply theoretical concepts.
Part I: Core Concepts
Overview 1. Leading, Managing, and Following 2. Developing the Role of Leader 3. Developing the Role of Manager 4. Nursing Leadership and Indigenous Health 5. Patient Focus
Context 6. Ethical Issues 7. Legal Issues 8. Making Decisions and Solving Problems 9. Health Care Organizations 10. Understanding and Designing Organizational Structures 11. Cultural Diversity in Health Care 12. Power, Politics, and Influence
Part II: Managing Resources
13. Caring, Communicating, and Managing with Technology 14. Managing Costs and Budgets 15. Care Delivery Strategies 16. Staffing and Scheduling (available only on Evolve) 17. Selecting, Developing, and Evaluating Staff (available only on Evolve)
Part III: Changing the Status Quo
18. Strategic Planning, Goal-Setting, and Marketing 19. Nurses Leading Change: A Relational Emancipatory Framework for Health and Social Action 20. Building Teams Through Communication and Partnerships 21. Collective Nursing Advocacy 22. Understanding Quality, Risk, and Safety 23. Translating Research into Practice
Part IV: Interpersonal and Personal Skills
Interpersonal 24. Understanding and Resolving Conflict 25. Managing Personal/Personnel Problems 26. Workplace Violence and Incivility 27. Inter and Intraprofessional Practice and Leading in Professional Practice Settings
Personal 28. Role Transition 29. Self-Management: Stress and Time
Future 30. Thriving for the Future 31. Leading and Managing Your Career 32. Nursing Students as Leaders
Patricia S. Yoder-Wise, RN, EdD, NEA-BC, ANEF, FAAN, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas, Janice Waddell, RN, MA, PhD, Professor, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Yeates School of Graduate Studies, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario and Nancy Walton, RN, PhD, Professor,Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Associate Dean, Student Affairs,Yeates School of Graduate Studies,Ryerson University,Toronto, Ontario Chair, Research Ethics Board ,Women’s College Hospital,Toronto, Ontario,Deputy Chair,Health Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada’s Research Ethics Board,Ottawa, Ontario