Nursing leadership and management book
The summer's top 25 books on leadership and managementNursing and nurse scheduling is an industry we serve. From hospitals to clinics to nurse staffing firms, we talk to a fair number of nurse managers. Every profession that comes to us has a scheduling challenge they need to solve. But I often wonder, particularly with nurses, how they manage it all. My mom was a nurse and a manager and I often listened to the tales of how they managed to staff all the shifts, scrambling to fill a shift just in time nearly every day.
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Violent incidents are more than four times as likely to occur in healthcare settings than in other professional workplaces, taking a toll on healthcare workers and spurring providers and policymakers to solve the increasing impact of violence. The most beneficial method of preventing healthcare violence is de-escalation—using therapeutic communication and interventions to defuse emotional tension. McKnight provides tools and techniques to help nurses and other healthcare professionals manage aggressive behavior and foster a safer workplace. The quest for cost savings in hospitals and health systems too often prompts leaders to rush to make major cuts in the largest budget line item: staffing and labor costs. Nursing-Led Savings shows organizational leaders at all levels how to develop and implement a robust, sustainable plan that eliminates waste and streamlines processes in everyday clinical work without cutting staffing. As nurses know firsthand, the impact of psychological trauma is not limited to those who experience it.
Develop your management and leadership skills. Leadership and Nursing Care Management, 6th Edition maintains its AONE competencies, and features the most up-to-date, evidence-based blend of practice and theory related to the issues that impact nursing management and leadership today. A fresh, conversational writing style provides you with an easy-to-understand, in-depth look at these prevalent issues. Key topics include the nursing professional's role in law and ethics, staffing and scheduling, delegation, cultural considerations, care management, human resources, outcomes management, safe work environments, preventing employee injury, and time and stress management. Part I: Leadership 1. Leadership and Management Principles 2.