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By John Daly, RN, BA, MEd(Hons), BHSc(N), PhD, MACE, AFACHSE, FCN, FRCNA, Sandra Speedy, RN, BA(Hons), DipEd, MURP, EdN, MAPS, FANZCMHN and Debra Jackson, RN, CommNursCert, BHSc(Nurs) MNurs, PhD
296 pagesCopyright 2015$54.99, Online Product, Reference
Leadership is fundamental to the nature of nursing to ensure the development of safe practice, interdisciplinary relationships, education, research and ultimately, the delivery of quality healthcare.
Leadership and Nursing: Contemporary Perspectives 2e presents a global perspective of leadership issues within the Australian context. It builds on the premise that nursing leadership is for all nurses — not just those who are authorised to hold a position within an organisation. In addition, this book explores how leadership is not possible until one has an understanding of self and what motivates others.
The text is aimed at senior undergraduate and postgraduate nursing students making the transition to practice as well as professional nurses seeking to strengthen their clinical practice and governance.
Nine entirely new chapters exploring the most up-to-date leadership issues and themes including:
• Leadership and its influence on patient outcomes
• Leadership: Developing and sustaining self
• Indigenous leadership in nursing: speaking life into each other’s spirits
• Leadership and empowerment in nursing
• Leadership in the era of Inter-professional education in healthcare
• Leading development of health policy
• Leadership and the role of Professional Organisations
• Leading nursing in the Academy
• Avoiding derailment: Leadership strategies for identity, reputation and legacy management
Senior undergraduate nursing students (3rd/final year) and postgraduate nursing students in ANZ
By John Daly, RN, BA, MEd(Hons), BHSc(N), PhD, MACE, AFACHSE, FCN, FRCNA, Dean, Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, University of Technology Sydney, NSW; Sandra Speedy, RN, BA(Hons), DipEd, MURP, EdN, MAPS, FANZCMHN, Consultant Psychologist, Emeritus Professor, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW and Debra Jackson, RN, CommNursCert, BHSc(Nurs) MNurs, PhD, Professor of Nursing, Faculty of Health, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW