9781558102675

Nursing Administration: Scope and Standards of Practice

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    9781558102675

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    1558102671

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/1/2009
  • Publisher: AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION
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Summary

Nursing administration, for all its diversity and dimensions, is the work of any RN engaged in leadership and oversight of services or staff across all practice settings. This expanded concept of the nurse administrator beyond nurse executive or nurse manager is central to this new edition. From such expanded recognition of who nurse administrators are, where they practice, and how they influence healthcare environments and organizations, comes a full update of the essential guide to the specialty.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. iii
Scope and Standards of Practicep. vii
Function of the Scope of Practice Statementp. vii
Function of Standardsp. vii
Prefacep. ix
Additional Contentp. x
Nursing Administration Scope of Practicep. 1
Function of the Scope of Practicep. 1
Introductionp. 2
Definition of Nurse Administratorsp. 3
Importance and Value of Nurse Administratorsp. 4
Frameworks for Practicep. 5
Nursing Processp. 6
Culture of Quality and Safetyp. 6
Appreciative Inquiryp. 7
Organizational Development Resourcesp. 7
Mentoringp. 7
Emotional Intelligencep. 8
Transformational Leadershipp. 8
Servant Leadershipp. 8
Magnet Recognition Program: Five Model Componentsp. 9
Practice Environmentsp. 9
Ethicsp. 10
Legal and Regulatory Compliancep. 11
Key Elements of the Nurse Administrator Rolep. 11
Spheres of Influencep. 12
Organization-wide Authorityp. 12
Unit-based or Service-Line-based Authorityp. 15
Program-focused Authorityp. 18
Project- or Specific Task-based Authorityp. 18
Qualifications of Nurse Administratorsp. 19
Education and Certificationp. 19
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilitiesp. 19
Issues and Trendsp. 21
Standards of Nursing Administration Practicep. 24
Function of Standardsp. 24
Standards of Practicep. 25
Assessmentp. 25
Identifies Issues, Problems, or Trendsp. 26
Outcomes Identificationp. 27
Planningp. 28
Implementationp. 29
Coordinationp. 30
Health Promotion, Health Teaching, and Educationp. 31
Consultationp. 32
Evaluationp. 33
Standards of Professional Performancep. 35
Quality of Practicep. 35
Educationp. 36
Professional Practice Evaluationp. 37
Collegialityp. 38
Collaborationp. 39
Ethicsp. 40
Researchp. 41
Resource Utilizationp. 42
Leadershipp. 43
Advocacyp. 44
Referencesp. 45
ANA Bill of Rights for Registered Nurses (2001)p. 47
Scope and Standards for Nurse Administrators, Second Edition (2004)p. 49
Indexp. 87
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