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Case Application in Nursing Leadership and Management

Case Application in Nursing Leadership and Management - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-1401834548

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ISBN13: 978-1401834548
ISBN10: 140183454X
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: Delmar Publications
Published: 2004
International: No

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Case Application in Nursing Leadership and Management - 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-1401834548

Karin Polifko-Harris

ISBN13: 978-1401834548
ISBN10: 140183454X
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 04
Publisher: Delmar Publications

Published: 2004
International: No
Summary

Case Applications in Nursing Leadership and Management is a case study book designed to accompany traditional Nursing Leadership and Management texts. While it may also be used as a stand-alone text, it complements existing, traditional books by assisting the user to 1) summarize cogent points discussed in the primary text, 2) by using case studies to determine potential alternatives and outcomes, students are assisted in their critical thinking process and 3) many of the case studies can be utilized by faculty in the evaluation of their students.
Product Benefits:

  • Reviews basic concepts in Critical Care
  • Provides a guided case study that lays out the scenario and walk a user through how to interpret and 'solve' the problem
  • Provides non-guided case studies that the student must solve on their own
  • Focuses on high interest topics such as burn care as well as the more common critical situations

Table of Contents

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION.

Chapter 1: America's Health Care Environment.
Chapter 2: Basic Health Care Economics.

Unit II: A NEW HEALTH CARE MODEL.

Chapter 3: Evidence-Based Health Care.
Chapter 4: Nursing and Health Care Informatics.
Chapter 5: Population-Based Health Care Practice.
Chapter 6: Personal and Interdisciplinary Communication.
Chapter 7: Politics and Consumer Partnerships.

Unit III: PLANNING CARE.

Chapter 8: Leadership and Management.
Chapter 9: Strategic Planning and Organizing Patient Care.
Chapter 10: Effective Team Building.
Chapter 11: Budget Concepts for Patient Care.
Chapter 12: Effective Staffing.
Chapter 13: Delegation of Nursing Care.

Unit IV: MANAGING CARE.

Chapter 14: First-Line Patient Care Management.
Chapter 15: Patient Teaching.
Chapter 16: Change and Conflict Resolution Chapter
Chapter 17: Power
Chapter 18: Time Management.

Unit V: EVALUATION.

Chapter 19: Managing Outcomes.
Chapter 20: Decision Making.

Unit VI: OTHER PROFESSIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

Chapter 21: Legal Aspects of Patient Care.
Chapter 22: Ethical Dimensions of Patient Care
Chapter 23: Cultural Diversity and Spirituality.
Chapter 24: Collective Bargaining.

Unit VII PREPARATION FOR ENTRY-LEVEL NURSING PRACTICE.

Chapter 25: Career Planning