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Leadership, Management and Team Working in Nursing



July 2011 | 168 pages | Learning Matters
Leadership, management and team working have become central to the role of the nurse, as recognised in the latest NMC standards for education. This book assists students in meeting the NMC requirements, and helps them apply recent leadership and management theory to the nurse's role. It explores students' current perceptions and concerns, giving practical guidance for immediate challenges the new nurse will face: team working, delegation, conflict management and negotiation. It then considers staff development and motivation, mentoring, supervising and creating a learning environment. Later chapters explore more complex aspects such as management theory, recruitment, risk management and managing change.
 
Introduction
 
Experience of Management and Leadership
 
Teams and Team Work
 
Working with Individuals in Teams
 
Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
 
Coaching, Mentoring and Clinical Supervision
 
Frameworks for Management and Leadership
 
Planning, Managing Change and Entrepreneurial Skills
 
Creating a Learning Environment
 
Developing Confidence as a Manager and Leader

'As a new manager to an inpatient unit I found the chapters improving care, change management and entreprenurial skills and developing confidence as a manager and a leader of particular benefit. Adair's ten priciples of good time management is a tool that I shall use to help me in my new role. Although aimed at student nurses and qualified nurses this book would benefit all nurses and nurses new to management'
- Helen Reeves,
Clinical Nurse Manager, St. Giles Walsall Hospice



We use it as main book for B.Sc Nursing students and most of them have bought book.

Mrs Navjot Virk
Nursing, Counselling & Psychotherapy, Derby University
May 8, 2015

This clearly laid out book is essential reading for students on management modules and in preparation for qualification.

Mrs Louise Perkinton
Nursing (Derby), Derby University
May 6, 2015

Essential reading for Year 3 nursing students who are about to embark on their final year. Many have recognised that this is an area that they need essential further development.

Ms Catherine Croughan
School of Nursing, Salford University
February 5, 2015

Easy to read book, the case studies encourage personal development and growth. The activities assist with development and reflection.

Mrs Tracey Rogers
Faculty of Health, University of Central Lancashire
January 12, 2015

A really accessible text, useful for a range of health professionals.

Mrs Tania Wiseman
School of Health Professions, Brighton Univ.
September 18, 2014

This text contains a good deal of helpful information. The 'useful websites' section is particularly good. It is a sound reference for all healthcare professionals, not just nurses.

Mr Helen Meehan
School of Nursing & Midwifery, University of East Anglia
August 11, 2014

This is a really good concise book, it is useful for both undergraduate and experienced staff alike. It is easy to read and use

Mrs Kate Harrison
Education Centre 1, Lancashire Teaching Hospital
July 7, 2014

This has been adopted as one of 5 core texts for the generic pre registration nursing module leadership, management and supervision. This is an accessible text with helpful chapter summaries and examples that are helpful to students. The content is very relevent to the module

Mr Liz Crighton
Faculty of Health and Social Care (Southwark), London South Bank University
April 28, 2014

This is an excellent guide, both easy to read and offering practical examples. Suitable for post registration nurses following leadership and management modules

Mrs Penny McDougall
Faculty of Health Sciences, Southampton University
March 4, 2014

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Shirley Bach

Professor Shirley Bach is Head of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Brighton with responsibility for a wide range of health professional education.  Previously she was head of post-graduate studies and has developed curriculum for undergraduate and pre-registration courses in a variety of subject domains. Nursing experience outside of the UK, in acute care settings and in primary care has given her a rich background from which to draw on in supporting the curricular of future nursing courses. In the past, she has specialised in health psychology and the application of psychology to health and illness settings.... More About Author

Peter Ellis

Professor Ellis trained as a psychiatrist in Wellington and was appointed Professor in 1994. He was Head of Department from 1994-2017. Between 2012 and 2018 he was also Associate Dean for Medical Education, UOW. His research interests included affective disorders and suicidal behavior; service delivery; medical education; and the history of psychiatric treatments More About Author

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ISBN: 9780857254535
£19.99