Nursing Staff Development: Strategies for Success / Edition 2

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Overview

NURSING STAFF DEVELOPMENT is a concise, practical text and reference that discusses the conceptual foundations of staff development, assesses the current status of the field, and provides information useful for designing, conducting and managing staff development programs. This edition reflects new trends in health care reorganization and resulting changes needed in staff development. It also provides expanded coverage of the certification process.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Rita A. Emerick, MSN, RN (St. Vincent's Hospital and Health Care Center)
Description: This nursing staff development book provides a sound foundation of philosophical and theoretical concepts for making practical, everyday choices. A wide range of alternatives are discussed to enable the reader to make appropriate choices for the individual work environment.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a practical guide to help staff development educators excel in their job.
Audience: Targeted for staff development educators, this resource will provide a practical guide for a wide range of educators. It is a resource for educators preparing for certification and for graduate nurse programs focusing on staff development.
Features: The title adequately reflects the content. This second edition is divided into four sections: foundation, management, process, and professional issues. Key points made throughout the book are emphasized in bulleted information boxes and charts.
Assessment: This staff development reference is an excellent resource for educators. The material ranges from a historical overview to current standards of practice and issues. In addition, the reference cites many resources and trends to guide future positioning of staff development educators. Decision-making criteria is referenced related to education administrative software, computer-assisted learning, educator competencies, organization placement of the educator department, and others. The resource is appropriate for individual, facility, or library purchase.
Rita A. Emerick
This nursing staff development book provides a soundfoundation of philosophical and theoretical concepts for makingpractical, everyday choices. A wide range of alternatives arediscussed to enable the reader to make appropriate choices for theindividual work environment. The purpose is to provide a practicalguide to help staff development educators excel in theirjob. Targeted for staff development educators, this resource willprovide a practical guide for a wide range of educators. It is aresource for educators preparing for certification and for graduatenurse programs focusing on staff development. The title adequatelyreflects the content. This second edition is divided into foursections: foundation, management, process, and professional issues. Key points made throughout the book are emphasized in bulletedinformation boxes and charts. This staff development reference is anexcellent resource for educators. The material ranges from ahistorical overview to current standards of practice and issues. Inaddition, the reference cites many resources and trends to guide futurepositioning of staff development educators. Decision-making criteriais referenced related to education administrative software,computer-assisted learning, educator competencies, organizationplacement of the educator department, and others. The resource isappropriate for individual, facility, or librarypurchase.
Booknews
Presents practical strategies for nursing staff development educators and graduate students preparing for a career in staff development, and reviews all areas of the certification exam in staff development education. Strategies draw on literature from nursing education, business and industry, and continuing education, especially the adult education strategies of Malcolm Knowles. Includes listings of publications, organizations, and resources. This second edition includes updated references from the four major journals in the field. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815100539
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 3/1/1996
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING STAFF DEVELOPMENT
• Staff Development: Our Heritage, our Visions
• Nursing Staff Development Today
• Conceptual Foundations of Nursing Staff Development
• Guiding Principles: Vision, Values, Mission, and Goals of Staff Development
• Learning Styles in Staff Development
• MANAGING NURSING STAFF DEVELOPMENT
• Organization of Staff Development
• Enhancing Human Resources for Staff Development
• Documenting Effectiveness: Budget and Cost Considerations
• In-House Marketing of Staff Development Programs
• Using Computers to Manage Staff Development
• THE PROCESS OF NURSING STAFF DEVELOPMENT
• Learning Needs Assessment
• Curriculum Planning and Development
• Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies for Adults
• Evaluation in Nursing Staff Development
• Orientation for General and Specialty Areas
• PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN NURSING STAFF DEVELOPMENT
• Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing Staff Development
• Managing the Dual Dimensions of Quality
• Research in Nursing Staff Development

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