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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
|Scope and Standards of Practice||p. vii|
|Function of the Scope of Practice Statement||p. vii|
|Function of Standards||p. vii|
|Additional Content||p. x|
|Nursing Administration Scope of Practice||p. 1|
|Function of the Scope of Practice||p. 1|
|Definition of Nurse Administrators||p. 3|
|Importance and Value of Nurse Administrators||p. 4|
|Frameworks for Practice||p. 5|
|Nursing Process||p. 6|
|Culture of Quality and Safety||p. 6|
|Appreciative Inquiry||p. 7|
|Organizational Development Resources||p. 7|
|Emotional Intelligence||p. 8|
|Transformational Leadership||p. 8|
|Servant Leadership||p. 8|
|Magnet Recognition Program: Five Model Components||p. 9|
|Practice Environments||p. 9|
|Legal and Regulatory Compliance||p. 11|
|Key Elements of the Nurse Administrator Role||p. 11|
|Spheres of Influence||p. 12|
|Organization-wide Authority||p. 12|
|Unit-based or Service-Line-based Authority||p. 15|
|Program-focused Authority||p. 18|
|Project- or Specific Task-based Authority||p. 18|
|Qualifications of Nurse Administrators||p. 19|
|Education and Certification||p. 19|
|Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities||p. 19|
|Issues and Trends||p. 21|
|Standards of Nursing Administration Practice||p. 24|
|Function of Standards||p. 24|
|Standards of Practice||p. 25|
|Identifies Issues, Problems, or Trends||p. 26|
|Outcomes Identification||p. 27|
|Health Promotion, Health Teaching, and Education||p. 31|
|Standards of Professional Performance||p. 35|
|Quality of Practice||p. 35|
|Professional Practice Evaluation||p. 37|
|Resource Utilization||p. 42|
|ANA Bill of Rights for Registered Nurses (2001)||p. 47|
|Scope and Standards for Nurse Administrators, Second Edition (2004)||p. 49|
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