Essentials of Nursing Leadership & Management / Edition 2 available in Paperback
Utilizing a conceptual framework, Essentials of Nursing Leadership & Management, 2nd edition guides nursing students through leading and managing patient care. Each chapter presents a glossary, review questions, review activities, references, and suggested readings. Realistic case studies and review tools build student confidence in handling a range of common nursing leadership and management situations and stimulate student interest and motivation.
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About the Author
Patricia Kelly is Professor Emerita at Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, Indiana, where she served as Faculty and as Program Coordinator for the Associate Degree Nursing Program . She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from DePaul University and a Master's Degree from Loyola University in Chicago. She has taught Quality Improvement conferences for the Joint Commission and was the Director of Quality Improvement at the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics. She has also edited and authored ten editions of textbooks on Nursing Leadership and Management, Nursing Delegation, and on the six Quality and Safety Education in Nursing(QSEN) elements , as well as authoring several nursing journal articles. She volunteers in a Level I Trauma Center in Oak Lawn, Illinois, has volunteered on health care trips to Nicaragua, and has been a Red Cross disaster relief volunteer. For most of her nursing career, she has worked part time as a staff nurse in an emergency department, as well as working full time as Nursing Education Faculty at Wesley-Passavant School of Nursing, Chicago State University, and Purdue University.
Table of Contents
ESSENTIALS OF NURSING LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Chapter 1: Nursing Leadership and Management Chapter 2: The Healthcare Environment Chapter 3: Nursing Today Chapter 4: Decision Making, Critical Thinking, and Technology LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF THE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM Chapter 5: Health Care Communication Chapter 6: Change, Innovation, and Conflict Management Chapter 7: Power and Politics LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF PATIENT CENTERED CARE Chapter 8: Delegation of Patient Care Chapter 9: Effective Staffing Chapter 10: Budgeting for Patient Care Chapter 11: Planning Care Chapter 12: Time Management and Setting Patient Care Priorities QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT OUTCOMES Chapter 13: Quality Improvement and Evidence Based Patient Care Chapter 14: Legal Aspects of Healthcare Chapter 15: Ethical Aspects of Healthcare Chapter 16: Culture, Generational Differences, and Spirituality LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF SELF AND THE FUTURE Chapter 17: NCLEX Preparation and Your First Job Chapter 18: Career Planning and Achieving Balance