Handbook of Nursing Leadership : Creative Skills for a Culture of Safety

by Jeri A. Milstead

Other authorsElizabeth Furlong
Paper Book, 2006

Status

Available

Call number

IBMC Library - WY 105 M661h 2006

Publication

Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers

ISBN

9780763734381

Description

As the health care delivery environment changes and reorganizes, this timely text provides a framework for new nurses launching positions requiring polished leadership skills. Focusing on situations that require critical, creative thinking about leadership, Handbook of Nursing Leadership provides extensive real-life case studies and interactive exercises for discussion and for fine-tuning the nurse's communication, delegation, documentation, and leadership skills.

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CONTENTS:
Part I Leadership
Chapter 1: Leadership
Leadership Theory in Psychology
Leadership Theory in Education
Leadership Theory in Organizations
Leadership Theory in Systems
Leadership Theory in Complexity Science
Servant Leadership
Collaborative Leadership
Leadership Theory in Nursing
Integration of Leadership Theories
Skills Needed by Today's Nurse
Challenging Traditional Leadership Principles
Part II A Culture of Safety
Chapter 2: Definitions
Definitions
Chapter 3: Don't Blame the Victim or the Whistle-blower
Blaming
Chapter 4: Mediation
Mediation
Debriefing
Chapter 5: Forgiveness
Forgiveness: Off with your head or a search for an alternative?
Chapter 6: Near Misses
Part III Using Those Communication Skills You Learned in Psych Nursing
Chapter 7: Power
Power
Chapter 8: Nonviolent Communication
Nonviolent communication
Chapter 9: Collaboration
Collaboration
Chapter 10: Negotiation
Negotiation
Part IV Sticky Wickets: Delegation and Documentation
Chapter 11: Legal Implications
Legal Implications
Chapter 12: Legal Definitions of Delegation: Practical Implications
Legal Definitions of Delegation: Practical Implications
Chapter 13: Documentation: The Bottom Line
Chapter 13A Electronic Documentation
Chapter 13B Personal Notes
Chapter 13C How to Cope with a Ton of Data: Sensory Overload
Chapter 14: Ethical Dilemmas
Chapter 14A Ethical Dilemmas: Organizational Culture
Organizational Culture
De-briefing
Chapter 14B Evidence-Based Practice
Evidence-Based Practice
Part V A Career Trajectory of Leadership
Chapter 15: Transitioning from Student to New Graduate
Transitioning from Student to New Graduate
Chapter 16: Professional Organizations
Professional Organizations
Chapter 17: Unions: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Unions: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Chapter 18: Moving Forward: Back to Graduate School
Moving Forward: Back to Graduate School
Part VI Golden Opportunities for Professional Nurses
Chapter 19: Introduction
Advanced Practice
Organization of Part VI
Conclusion
Chapter 20: Direct Care in Hospitals
Direct Care in Hospitals
Chapter 21: Nondirect Care in Hospitals
Nondirect Care in Hospitals
Chapter 22: Direct Care Outside of Hospitals
Direct Care Outside of Hospitals
Chapter 23: Nondirect Care Outside of Hospitals
Nondirect Care Outside of Hospitals
Chapter 24: Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Chapter 25: Policy, Administration, Organizations, and Boards
Policy, Administration, Organizations, and Boards
Chapter 26: Volunteer and Nursing-Related Activities
Volunteer and Nursing-Related Activities
Volunteer Activities
Nursing-Related Activities
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