Delegation of Nursing Care / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Cengage Learning
The long standing nursing shortage has prompted many institutions to rely on nurses to delegate critical tasks. Delegation of Nursing Care establishes safe delegation as an indispensable skill in delivering quality patient care. The book discusses the demanding roles of a professional nurse and explores the elements of decision making nurses use most. It also highlights the importance of communication, time management, and accountability, and is designed to build the diverse skills needed in the world of nursing.
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About the Author
Patricia Kelly is a professor emerita at Purdue University Calumet. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in nursing from DePaul University and a Master's Degree from Loyola University in Chicago. She has taught conferences for the Joint Commission and was the director of quality improvement at the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics. She has also authored numerous textbooks and journal articles. She continues to work as a part-time staff nurse in the emergency department and is an active Red Cross disaster relief volunteer.
Table of Contents
Concept of Delegation. Delegation Decision Making Grid and The Five Rights. Effective Communication Time Management and Setting Priorities. Time Management and Setting Priorities. Legal Aspects of Patient Care and Delegation