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The Health Care Supervisor on Professional Nursing Management

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This collection of articles from The Health Care Supervisor deals with nursing management at both administrative and medical staff levels, as well as at nursing staff levels. Special issues, such as dealing with transition and leadership skills, are also covered.
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Overview

This collection of articles from The Health Care Supervisor deals with nursing management at both administrative and medical staff levels, as well as at nursing staff levels. Special issues, such as dealing with transition and leadership skills, are also covered.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780834203693
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
  • Publication date: 5/4/1993
  • Edition description: 1E
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 260
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Pt. I The Nursing Management Arena
Needed Now: A Hospital Partnership for Patient Care 3
Human Need Theory: A Framework for the Nurse Supervisor 16
The Nurse Supervisor as Scholar 30
Pt. II On Becoming a Nurse Manager
The Head Nurse as a First-Line Manager 45
A Situational Approach to Developing Head Nurse Management Skills 60
The Psychological Impact of the Head Nurse Manager in Transition: Organizational Roles for Minimizing Stress 69
Orientation and Training of Nurse Managers: A Case Study 75
Congruence Between Nursing Education and Nursing Service: A Common Conceptual/Theoretic Framework for Nursing Units 81
Pt. III Tools and Defenses
Communication: The Critical Link in Nursing Middle Management 95
A Common-Sense Survival Strategy for Nursing Supervisors 103
Confrontation: An Underused Nursing Management Technique 112
Intuition, Ethical Decision Making, and the Nurse Manager 118
Intuition and the Nurse Manager 126
Intimidation and the Nurse Manager 133
Humor: A Research and Practice Tool for Nurse Scholar - Supervisors, Practitioners, and Educators 139
An Approach to Nurse Managerial Reporting: An Essential Task 147
A Proactive Approach to Computerizing Nursing Process: A Management Perspective 153
Pt. IV Other Nursing Management Concerns
Enhancing the Image of the Nurse: The Role of the Nurse Supervisor, Part 1 167
Enhancing the Image of the Nurse: The Role of the Nurse Supervisor, Part 2 178
Nursing Leadership Evaluation 193
The Nurse Supervisor Charged With Change 206
Index 222
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