While not all nurses will become managers, all will become leaders. That’s what makes the recently published Leadership in Nursing Practice: Changing the Landscape of Health Care, Third Edition by Daniel Weberg, Kara Mangold, Tim Porter-O'Grady, and Kathy Malloch so special. With the addition of two new expert authors, it offers nursing students the opportunity to develop the leadership skills they will need to thrive in the field.
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As the healthcare landscape continues to shift, nursing students need trusted insights into how to become the most effective leaders. With the latest edition of Quantum Leadership: Creating Sustainable Value in Health Care, Tim Porter-O'Grady and Kathy Malloch delve into theories about contemporary leadership within today’s increasingly complex and diverse healthcare delivery systems.
Topics: nursing leadership
The healthcare landscape is continuously shifting and evolving, especially when it comes to leadership. With Quantum Leadership: Creating Sustainable Value in Health Care, Fifth Edition, Tim Porter-O'Grady and Kathy Malloch delve into theories about contemporary leadership within today’s increasingly complex and diverse healthcare delivery systems.
The Fifth Edition explores the development of leadership through empowerment and team engagement. It analyzes the characteristics and roles of leaders to provide strategies for leading interdisciplinary teams within new models of the complex healthcare system. Also integrated are the essential requirements for Quality Matters certification for online course development.
Welcome back guest blogger, Daniel Weberg, co-author of Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions for a new post on technology.
Although difficult, unraveling the care process across the healthcare system is necessary in order to identify specific areas where technology can enable care for the future and meet the triple aim. Healthcare systems that scrutinize this process can incorporate technology to decrease cost, improve patient experience, and improve overall population health. To affect change, leaders must be able to lead through ambiguity in order to see the patterns that signal change. Technology is a disruptor and it can motivate teams to create novel solutions to long held problems like those in the Triple Aim. The key for any leader is to understand how technology fits in. It’s seldom the only solution but rather a facilitator and catalyst to systemic change.
Please welcome guest blogger, Daniel Weberg, co-author of Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions for an informative post on technology.
Emerging technologies are rapidly changing how nursing care is delivered by enhancing the tools for patient assessment, enabling care anywhere, delivering instant information for evidence-based care interventions, and the improving efficiency and quality of care delivery. Remote monitoring, virtual wound care, and high definition video allow nurses to assess patients away from the bedside. Care is being delivered anywhere through the use of social networks and virtual wound care tools. Information is delivered instantly to care providers through mobile devices, data dashboards, and virtual learning systems. Finally, patient care has become more efficient through the linkage of Real Time Location Systems connecting patient, equipment, and nurses together for coordinated efforts. Technology is enabling care in ways that the profession may not be prepared to handle.
Our recently published Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions by Sandra Davidson, Daniel Weberg, Tim Porter-O'Grady, and Kathy Malloch is already garnering great reviews. According to Michalene A. King, PhD, RN, CNE, from Robert Morris University, writing for Doody's Review Service, it is,
"…the first book of its kind that I have seen. It covers important information about EBP and leadership [and] would be a great addition to the library of any healthcare leader."
Have you been looking for a text to educate the next generation of healthcare innovation leaders? We just published the eagerly-awaited Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions by Sandra Davidson, Daniel Weberg, Tim Porter-O'Grady, and Kathy Malloch.
Written by healthcare leaders for current and future innovation leaders, it addresses the current and emerging issues facing healthcare leaders and practitioners who lead evidence-based innovation. A truly unique text, Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions systematically addresses innovation and evidence from the perspectives of both a leader and a practitioner within the context of health care.
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“I look forward to working with the Foundation board and leadership to advance its mission, strengthen its philanthropic efforts and engage the larger health care community." said Porter-O'Grady. "This partnership will have a lasting impact on the interests of the nursing profession and the people it serves during a time of significant change.”
Authors Linda A. Roussel, DSN, RN, NFA-BC, CNL and Tricia Thomas, PhD, BSN, FACHE, NFA-BC, ACNS-BC, CNL recently spoke during a Jones & Bartlett Learning webinar about their new text, Management and Leadership for Nurse Administrators, Seventh Edition. During the webinar both authors discussed the focus of the new edition as well as the general trends in healthcare that drove the revisions.
Are you looking for a text that will help both professional administrators and nursing students understand the concepts and theories of management? The just published Management and Leadership for Nurse Administrators, Seventh Edition by Linda A. Roussel, James L. Harris, and Tricia Thomas provides a foundation on management and administration for nurse managers, executives and nursing students.