101 Global Leadership Lessons for Nurses: Shared Legacies by Nancy Rollins Gantz

By Nancy Rollins Gantz

One hundred and one international management classes for Nurses covers the day-by-day demanding situations dealing with wellbeing and fitness care leaders communications, negotiations, source administration, and work-life stability, to call a number of with the original characteristic of a mentor-mentee staff authoring every one bankruptcy. those demonstrated and rising mentors and mentees come from each nook of the globe and percentage their classes realized, offering a wealthy legacy for nurses far and wide. one hundred and one international management classes for Nurses bargains: An alphabetical topic order for fast subject entry. Authors from 32 international locations spanning six continents. A wealth of assets, with themes starting from academic-service partnerships to writing for pro journals, and ninety nine different themes in among. Reflective questions on the finish of every bankruptcy that can assist you combine principles into your specialist existence.

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All care delivered by a professional RN is based on five tenets: C-Suite Savvy • P: Patient and Family focused. • E: Evidence-Based. • • C: Coordinated. • C: Continuous. 33 A: Accountable. • E  vidence-based Practice, a systematic approach to problem solving for health care providers that integrates the best evidence from scientific investigations into practice. • P  artnership as characterized by trust, mutual respect, consistent and visible support, and open and honest communication. • S  killed Communication, two way dialogue in which people decide together, characterized by active listening and consideration of the other point-of-view.

The statutes note that one aspect of nursing is to administer certain treatments prescribed by advanced practitioners, but that does not create a subordinate relationship. Even in administering these treatments, nurses have a professional and legal obligation to assess the care prescribed, and if necessary, to work for better options. Moreover, nurses are not relieved of nursing malpractice liability or their ethical obligations simply because they are administering treatment prescribed by an advanced practitioner.

Although we work in collaboration with physicians, they do not control our practice or interventions. When we agree on physicians’ treatment plans, my nurse colleagues and I help patients carry through with them. When we disagree with physicians’ treatment plans, we contact them to discuss our concerns and negotiate for a better plan. My nursing practice is autonomous, and that is essential for the health of patients. When two professions approach health problems from different perspectives and must come to an agreement about a patient’s care plan, patients get better health care.

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