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Diane Huber, PhD, RN, FAAN, CNAA, is a nationally recognized speaker, academic, and consultant. She specializes in leadership and nursing care management, emphasizing case management. She teaches course sin nursing administration, case management, and health policy at undergraduate, master's, and doctoral level. Diane works in funded research, is published extensively and makes frequent presentations of her work. She is also the Associate Editor of Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice
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Pt. I Leadership
Pt. II Professionalism Critical Thinking and Decision Making Skills
Pt. III Communication and Relationship Building
Pt. IV Knowledge of the Health Care Environment The Health Care System
Pt. V Business Skills
Posted July 25, 2009
Information analyzed, micro-analyzed, reanalyzed, diagrams made, and analyzed again -- that is what this book contains. Rife with typos (no doubt even the proofreader was anesthetized) this book is impossible to enjoy. The small part that is relevant could have been condensed into 100 pages. No wonder physicians ridicule nurses' education! Good nurses appear in spite of the courses they are forced to take to acquire a BSN. Could we get back to good nursing, please? We are told to jump through the hoops quietly, and we take fluff course after course like herded sheep, knowing we are spending precious time frivolously. No wonder so many nurses balk at pursuing higher degrees! When will nursing educators stop inflating and micro-analyzing the material?
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