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Guide to Effective Staff Development in Health Care Organizations: A Systems Approach to Successful Training / Edition 1
     

Guide to Effective Staff Development in Health Care Organizations: A Systems Approach to Successful Training / Edition 1

by Patrice L. Spath
 

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ISBN-10: 0787958743

ISBN-13: 9780787958749

Pub. Date: 01/28/2002

Publisher: Wiley

In Guide to Effective Staff Development in Health Care Organizations, Patrice L. Spath-- a national authority on health care training-- and a stellar panel of health care experts offer hospital administrators and managers a variety of techniques that they can implement to provide cost-efficient staff orientation, training, and continuing education. This book acts as a

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In Guide to Effective Staff Development in Health Care Organizations, Patrice L. Spath-- a national authority on health care training-- and a stellar panel of health care experts offer hospital administrators and managers a variety of techniques that they can implement to provide cost-efficient staff orientation, training, and continuing education. This book acts as a field guide for health care executives who must make informed decisions about which staff trainings and education strategies are best for their organizations. A comprehensive resource for health care executives, Guide to Effective Staff Development in Health Care Organizations

• Shows how to establish educational and training priorities

• Offers a model for integrating all facets of staff education and performance evaluation

• Summarizes the most significant health care training issues

• Includes information and tips on selecting training methods

• Presents adult learning strategies

• Offers strategies for measuring the value of training

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780787958749
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/28/2002
Series:
J-B AHA Press Series , #11
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.75(d)

Table of Contents

Tables, Figures, and Exhibits.

Foreword: James B. Conway.

Preface.

The Editor.

The Contributors.

Part One: The Learning Imperative.

1. Building the Context for Learning: An Executive Priority (Anthony J. DiBella).

2. An Organizational Model for Continuous Learning (Kathleen J. Heery).

3. The Learning Transformation Process ina Health Care System (Diane Boynton, Donald C. Sibery).

Part Two: Training Issues.

4. Training Challenges in Health Care Organizations(Connie E. Kuykendall, Sally Zuel).

5. Selecting Appropriate Training Methods (Brenda I. Mygrant, Mary Carole McMann).

6. Training the Adult Learner in Health CareOrganizations (Donna J. Slovensky, Pamela E. Paustian).

7. Measuring the Organizational Impact ofTraining Programs (Richard J. Wagner, Robert Weigand).

8. Making the Most of Your Training Dollar (Patrice L. Spath).

Part Three: Training Solutions: Case Studies.

9. Nurse Scrub Training Program DecreasesSurgery Costs (Christina Dempsey).

10. Web-Based Training Expands Coding Educationin a Large Health Care System (Gloryanne Bryant, Claire R. Dixon-Lee).

11. On-Target Education Program Meets TrainingNeeds of Surgical Services (Alice T. Speers, Karen L. Zaglaniczny, Christine S. Zambricki).

12. Education Collaborative Augments Staff Trainingin Northern California Hospitals (Rebecca Petersen).

Glossary: The Language of Learning.

Index.

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