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Nursing Leadership for Patient-Centered Care [electronic resource] : Authenticity Presence Intuition Expertise.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780826105585Publication details: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9780826105592
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Nursing Leadership for Patient-Centered Care : Authenticity Presence Intuition ExpertiseDDC classification:
  • 362.173068
LOC classification:
  • RT89
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Contents:
The Three Cs: Collaboration, Communication, and Cooperation; The Organization: Shifting Authority and Communication From Top Down to Patient Centered; Leadership/Management-Can You Tell Them Apart?; Labor and Management: Need Not Be Adversarial; Personality Traits-The Keys to the Kingdom; Bridging the Cultural Divide; Spirituality and Nursing: Challenges, Dilemmas, and Occasional Successes; Grief: Part of the Human Condition; Ethics, Morality, Critical Thinking, and Use and Abuse of Power: Are There Missing Links?; The Epilogue-Nursing: What It Is and What It Should Be; Bibliography;
Summary: "Dr. Forman's book is revolutionary and courageous in that it brings to light negative issues that exist in nursing management and patient care .Her use of plain, day-to-day language and methods will ultimately bring reform to health care at the bedside." -Deborah M. Tascone, MS, RN,. Regional Executive Director North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System. Too often, both nurses and patients witness major breakdowns in the health care system-ineffective communication, unrealistic nurse-patient ratios, tension among staff, abuse of authority, and most importantly, managers drawn away
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The Three Cs: Collaboration, Communication, and Cooperation; The Organization: Shifting Authority and Communication From Top Down to Patient Centered; Leadership/Management-Can You Tell Them Apart?; Labor and Management: Need Not Be Adversarial; Personality Traits-The Keys to the Kingdom; Bridging the Cultural Divide; Spirituality and Nursing: Challenges, Dilemmas, and Occasional Successes; Grief: Part of the Human Condition; Ethics, Morality, Critical Thinking, and Use and Abuse of Power: Are There Missing Links?; The Epilogue-Nursing: What It Is and What It Should Be; Bibliography;

"Dr. Forman's book is revolutionary and courageous in that it brings to light negative issues that exist in nursing management and patient care .Her use of plain, day-to-day language and methods will ultimately bring reform to health care at the bedside." -Deborah M. Tascone, MS, RN,. Regional Executive Director North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System. Too often, both nurses and patients witness major breakdowns in the health care system-ineffective communication, unrealistic nurse-patient ratios, tension among staff, abuse of authority, and most importantly, managers drawn away