Kelly Vana's Nursing Leadership and Management

 
 
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Nursing Leadership & Management, Fourth Edition provides a comprehensive look at the knowledge and skills required to lead and manage at every level of nursing, emphasizing the crucial role nurses play in patient safety and the delivery of quality health care. Presented in three units, readers are introduced to a conceptual framework that highlights nursing leadership and management responsibilities for patient-centered care delivery to the patient, to the community, to the agency, and to the self.

This valuable new edition:



Includes new and up-to-date information from national and state health care and nursing organizations, as well as new chapters on the historical context of nursing leadership and management and the organization of patient care in high reliability health care organizations
Explores each of the six Quality and Safety in Nursing (QSEN) competencies: Patient-Centered Care, Teamwork and Collaboration, Evidence-based Practice (EBP), Quality Improvement (QI), Safety, and Informatics
Provides review questions for all chapters to help students prepare for course exams and NCLEX state board exams
Features contributions from experts in the field, with perspectives from bedside nurses, faculty, directors of nursing, nursing historians, physicians, lawyers, psychologists and more

Nursing Leadership & Management, Fourth Edition provides a strong foundation for evidence-based, high-quality health care for undergraduate nursing students, working nurses, managers, educators, and clinical specialists.
4th Revised edition
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978-1-119-59663-9 (9781119596639)

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Patricia Kelly Vana is Professor Emerita, Purdue University Northwest, Hammond, Indiana, where she served as Program Coordinator for an Undergraduate Nursing Program. She has taught Quality Improvement conferences for The Joint Commission and was the Director of Quality Improvement at the University of Chicago Medicine. Pat currently travels nationally teaching three-day NCLEX-RN reviews for Evolve Testing & Remediation/Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI), Houston, Texas.

Janice Tazbir is a nurse at the University of Chicago Medicine in critical care and has been for 32 years. She consults for Anderson Continuing Education, teaches HESI Live Reviews and was a Professor of Nursing at Purdue University Northwest in Hammond, Indiana, for 22 years, where she served in many roles including Undergraduate Coordinator and the founding Director of The Center for Instructional Excellence.
Contributors xxi

former contributors to the third edition xxxi

Preface xxxix

Foreword xlvii

How to use this book xlix

About the editors li

Acknowledgments lv

About the Companion Website lvii

Unit 1: Kelly's Nursing Leadership and Management 1

1 Kelly's Nursing Leadership, Management, and Motivation 1

2 The Health Care Environment 29

3 Nursing Leadership and Management in a Historical Context 66

4 Organization of Patient Care in High Reliability Care Organizations 86

5 Organization and Staffing of Patient Care at the Unit Level 120

6 Health Care Economics 157

7 Hospital Department and Unit Budgets 184

Unit 2: Leadership and Management of Patient-Centered Care 206

8 Patient-Centered Care 206

9 Patient and Health Care Education 230

10 Patient Outcomes and Evidence-Based Health Care 261

11 Searching for the Evidence 280

12 Quality Improvement of Patient Care 303

13 Improving Quality at the Bedside 328

14 Safety: Patient and Health Care Team 348

15 Nursing Informatics 374

Unit 3: Nursing and the Interprofessional Team 411

16 Interprofessional Teamwork and Collaboration 411

17 Members of the Interprofessional Team 441

18 Delegation, Assignment, and Supervision of Patient Care 456

19 Time Management and Setting Patient Care Priorities 490

20 Change, Clinical Decision Making and Innovation 511

21 Power and Politics 535

22 Legal Aspects of Nursing 566

23 Ethical Aspects of Nursing 587

24 Culture, Generational Differences, and Spirituality 605

Unit 4: Leadership and Management of Self and the Future 640

25 NCLEX-RN Preparation 640

26 Entry into the Profession: Your First Job 668

27 Career Planning and Professional Development 695

28 Balancing a Healthy Personal and Professional Life 722

29 Nursing Career Opportunities 734

Appendix 1 754

Appendix 2 770

Appendix 3 772

Appendix 4 774

Appendix 5 776

Appendix 6 778

Glossary 780

Index 791

Contributors


Forward Mary A. Dolansky, PhD, RN, FAAN
Sarah C. Hirsh Professorship in Nursing,
Associate Professor
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio
Nurse Adviser,
National VA Quality Scholars Program (VAQS)
Senior Nurse Fellow VAQS,
Louis Stokes Cleveland VA
Director, QSEN Institute Unit 1
Nursing Leadership and Management 01
Nursing Leadership, Management, and Motivation Linda Searle-Leach, RN, PhD, NEA-BC
Director of Nursing Research and Innovation
Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA, USA,
Huntington Hospital
Pasadena, California 02
The Health Care Environment Ronda Hughes, PhD, MHS, RN, CLNC, FAAN
Director, Center for Nursing Leadership
Director, Executive Doctorate of Nursing Practice
Associate Professor
University of South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina Janice Tazbir, RN, MS, CS, CCRN, CNE, RYT
Consultant
Anderson Continuing Education
Sacramento, California
Staff Nurse
University of Chicago Medicine
Chicago, Illinois
Faculty
Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI)
Houston, Texas
Professor (retired)
Purdue University Northwest
College of Nursing
Hammond, Indiana 03
Nursing Leadership and Management in a Historical Context Brigid Lusk, PhD, RN, FAAN
Adjunct Clinical Professor and Director
Midwest Nursing History Research Center
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing
Chicago, Illinois 04
Organization of Patient care in High Reliability Health Care Organizations Patti Ludwig-Beymer, PhD, RN, CTN-A, NEA-BC, CPPS, FAAN
Associate Professor
Purdue University Northwest
College of Nursing
Hammond, Indiana 05
Organization and Staffing of Patient Care at the Unit Level Diane Spoljoric. PhD, RNC, FNP
Associate Professor of Nursing
Purdue University Northwest
College of Nursing
Westville Campus
LaPorte, Indiana
Nurse Practitioner
Walker Medical Clinic
LaPorte, Indiana Marsha M. King, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, CNE
Dean of the University of Saint Francis
Crown Point Site, Indiana
Associate Professor 06
Health Care Economics Lanette Stuckey, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE, CMSRN, CNEcl, NEA-BC
Dean of Nursing
Associate Professor
Lakeview College of Nursing
Danville Campus
Danville, Illinois Debra A Cherubini, PhD, RN
Chair, Department of Nursing
Assistant Professor
Salve Regina University
Newport, Rhode Island Samuel A. Sacco, Jr., BA, MCRP
Lecturer
Salve Regina University
Newport, Rhode Island 07
Hospital, Department, and Unit Budgets Isabelle Clarke Garibaldi, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, CENP, CPPS
Vice President, Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer
LifePoint-Sumner Regional Medical Center
Gallatin, Tennessee Unit 2
Leadership and Management of Patient-Centered Care 08
Patient-Centered Care Tom Blodgett, PhD, RN, AGACNP-BC
Assistant Professor
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina Nicole Petsas Blodgett, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina 09
Patient and Health Care Education Rochelle R. Flayter, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, TCRN
Senior Director, Trauma Services UC Health
Southern Colorado
Memorial Hospital
Colorado Springs, Colorado Lisa Kidin, MHA, MSN, RN, CPHQ, NEA-BC
Director of Professional Development
UCHealth
Colorado Springs, Colorado Monika S. Schuler, PhD, RN, CNE
Assistant Professor
NFLP Program Director
College of Nursing
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 10
Patient Outcomes and Evidence-Based Health Care Parul Patel, MS, MBA, BSN, RN
Director of Healthcare Services-Utilization
Management
Molina Healthcare
Oakbrook, Illinois 11
Searching for the Evidence Charlotte Beyer, MSIS, AHIP
Library Director
Boxer Library
Lecturer
Interprofessional Healthcare Studies
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
North Chicago 12
Quality Improvement of Patient Care Christine Rovinski-Wagner, MSN, ARNP
National Transformational Coach Captain
Office of Veterans Access to Care
Veterans' Health Administration
Washington, DC Catherine C. Alexander DNP, MPH, RN
Performance Improvement Specialist
San Francisco VA Medical Center
San Francisco, CA 13
Improving Quality at the Bedside Christine Rovinski-Wagner, MSN, ARNP
National Transformational Coach Captain
Office of Veterans Access to Care
Veterans Health Administration
Washington, DC Catherine C. Alexander DNP, MPH, RN
Performance Improvement Specialist
San Francisco VA Medical Center
San Francisco, CA 14
Safety, Patient and Health Care Team Christine Rovinski-Wagner, MSN, ARNP
National Transformational Coach Captain
Office of Veterans Access to Care
Veterans' Health Administration
Washington, DC Peter D. Mills, PhD, MS
Director
VA National Center for Patient Safety Field Office
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
White River Junction, Vermont
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry
The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Hanover, New Hampshire 15
Nursing Informatics Rebecca Rankin, MS, RN, CPHQ, PMP
Director, Nursing Informatics
UW Health
Madison, Wisconsin Unit 3
Nursing and the Interprofessional Team 16
Interprofessional Teamwork and Collaboration Dianne J. Hoekstra, MS, RN, ACNS-BC, ACUE
Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Nursing
Purdue University Northwest
Hammond, Indiana Janet Chaney, DNP(c)
Assistant Clinical Professor
College of Nursing
Purdue University Northwest
Hammond, Indiana 17
Members of the Interprofessional Team Patrick D. Reed, RN, DNP, MSN, MSHCM, MBA, CPHQ
Adjunct Faculty
College of Nursing
Purdue University Northwest
Hammond, Indiana Bryan J. Camus, RN, MSN, CCRN
Instructor
Charity/Delgado School of Nursing
New Orleans, LA 18
Delegation, Assignment, and Supervision of Patient Care Ruth Hansten, RN BSN MBA PhD FACHE
Hansten Healthcare
Santa Rosa, California Patricia Kelly Vana, RN, MSN
Professor Emerita
Purdue University Northwest
College of Nursing
Hammond, Indiana
Faculty
Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI)
Houston, Texas 19
Time Management and Setting Patient Care Priorites Patrick Joswick, DNP, RN
Director of Nursing
Kalamazoo Valley Community College
Kalamazoo, Michigan 20
Change, Clinical Decision Making and Innovation Patricia Keresztes, PhD, RN, CCRN
Associate Professor
Saint Mary's College
Department of Nursing Science
Notre Dame, Indiana 21
Power and Politics Richard J. Maloney, EdD, MA, MAHRM, BS
Lecturer
School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
University of Washington Tacoma
Tacoma, Washington
Partner
Policy Governance Associates
Tacoma, Washington Patsy Maloney, EdD, RN, MSN, MA, NPD-BC, NEA-BC, CEN
Teaching Professor
School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
University of Washington Tacoma
Tacoma, Washington
Professor Emeritus
Pacific Lutheran University 22
Legal Aspects of Nursing Carol L. Wallinger, BSN, JD
Clinical Professor
Rutgers Law School & Rutgers School of Nursing
Camden, New Jersey
Adjunct Professor
Cooper Medical School
Camden, New...

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