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Case Study: Nursing Management
A case study extensively investigating the implications for nursing management relating to communication and staff welfare.
# 110681 | 4,645 words | 24 sources | APA | 2008 | US


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Description:

This paper discusses a case study that contains issues relating to communication as it relates to nursing staff welfare. The paper relates the facts of the case study and why the nurse involved was mad and upset. The paper then discusses the hidden relevance, hidden issues and the key competencies that were ignored in this particular case. Next, the paper discusses what can be done to address the lack of key competencies demonstrated by nursing supervisory leadership in the case and contends that it is clear that education and training is needed critically toward building the necessary expertise required by the nursing supervisors in order to avoid misunderstandings of the future. The paper concludes that education and training should be implemented in order to ensure that nursing leadership both understand and adheres to the responsibilities vested in the nursing supervisory and leadership roles.


Table of Contents:
Facts of the Case Study
Review of Case Issues
Relevance
Hidden Issues
Opinions
Review of the Experts
Presentation of Findings in this Case Study
Consequences
Solutions
Alternatives
Summary and Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Aiken, L. H., S. P. Clarke, D. M. Sloane, J. Sochalski, and J. H. Dilber. 2002. "Hospital Nurse Staffing and Patient Mortality: Nurse Burnout, and lob Dissatisfaction." JAMA 288 (16): 1987-93.
  • Aroian, J. E, K. J. Horvath, J. A. Secatore, H. Alpert, M. J. Costa, E. Powers, and S. S. Stengrevics. 1997. "Nurse Manager Role Implementation." Journal of Nursing Administration 27 (4): 27-31.
  • Brown, Montague (1992) Nursing Management: Issues and Ideas. Jones & Bartlett. Online available at: http://books.google.com/books?id=40jH7L2fgrwC&dq=nursing+staff+management+communication+staff+welfare
  • Daggett, L. M., J. B. Butts, and K. K. Smith. 2002. "The Development of an Organizing Framework to Implement AACN Guidelines for Nursing Education." Journal of Nursing Education 41 (1): 34-37.
  • Dubnicki, Carol and Sloan, Stanley. 1991. Excellence in Nursing management: Competency-Based Selection and Development. Journal of Nursing Administration 21, no. 6 (June): 40-45.

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APA Format

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