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Edited by Carol Baxter, PhD, MSc, RGN, RHV, RN, DN, FETC, HonFFPHM
352 pagesTrim Size 7 1/2 X 9 3/4 inCopyright 2001$63.95, Paperback, Reference
A title in the Six Steps to Effective Management Series.
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This volume focuses specifically on the importance of managing diversity in todays health services. It examines what is meant by managing diversity and outlines the nature of current inequalities in the UK, and their implications for health care professionals. A practicaland practice focussed guide to developing the management skills and understanding required, this book provides an accessible mix of theory and practice, and a unique emphasis on real life applications. These are drawn from all sectors of healthcare, acute and primary, as well as the private and independent sectors. It explicitly and realistically explores the interface between management skills and knowledge and quality, fit-for-purpose practice.
All practising nurses at or aspiring to middle management position (D&E grades) in all settings including hospitals, community, private and independent sectorsStudents taking management certificates and diplomasThird year students on diploma courses (management now a compulsory module)
Edited by Carol Baxter, PhD, MSc, RGN, RHV, RN, DN, FETC, HonFFPHM, Professor of Nursing, School of Health, Biological and Environmental Scxiences, Middlesaex University, London, UK