Now in its Third Edition, this best-selling textbook continues to support you on your journey from being an emerging registered healthcare professional through to becoming a competent care manager. Action points, case studies and strong practice guidelines enable you to understand how leadership and management theory applies to the care you deliver in a wide range of care settings. Fully updated throughout, the new edition includes: More case studies and examples from a wide range of care settings and countries. New key topics such as dimensions of leadership, NHS Change Model, transition to registered practitioner and revalidation requirements, emotional intelligence and resilience. A companion website with access to further case studies, journal articles and web links. This book is essential for nursing, health and social care students taking modules on leadership, management and transition to practice in their final year, as well as for newly qualified professionals or those seeking to refresh their skills.
Health services administration by Eleanor J. Sullivan
Practical Leadership and Management in Healthcare is the definitive 'how to' guide for leadership and management in nursing and healthcare. Now in its second edition, it provides you with a comprehensive analysis of the theories, models and skills of leading and managing needed by UK healthcare professionals, and provides a basis for developing knowledge, skills and behaviours needed for effective leadership and management. Nursing and healthcare professionals of all levels are required to demonstrate effective leadership and management skills; planning, organising, delivering and evaluating care are management responsibilities that occur every day, whilst anticipating patient needs and motivating others are ways of leading with integrity. This book offers you clear and practical advice on how to make an impact as a leader, from the frontline to the boardroom.
This provocative appraisal unpacks commonly held beliefs about healthcare management and replaces them with practical strategies and realistic policy goals. Using Henry Mintzberg’s “Myths of Healthcare” as a springboard, it reveals management practices that undermine care delivery, explores their cultural and corporate origins, and details how they may be reversed through changes in management strategy, organization, scale, and style. Tackling conventional wisdom about decision-making, cost-effectiveness, service quality, and equity, contributors fine-tune concepts of mission and vision by promoting collaboration, engagement, and common sense. The book’s multidisciplinary panel of experts analyzes the most popular healthcare management “myths,” among them: · The healthcare system is failing. · The healthcare system can be fixed through social engineering. · Healthcare institutions can be fixed by bringing in the heroic leader. · The healthcare system can be fixed by treating it more as a business. · Healthcare is rightly left to the private sector, for the sake of efficiency. The Myths of Health Care speaks to a large, diverse audience: scholars of all levels interested in the research in health policy and management, graduate and under-graduate students attending courses in leadership and management of public sector organization, and practitioners in the field of health care.
Medical by Elaine La Monica Rigolosi, EdD, JD, FAAN
Time-tested leadership and management strategies based on experiential learning activities are at the foundation of this text for undergraduate and graduate students in nursing and health care leadership or management courses. It is grounded in theories and concepts applied to the health care environment from business, organizational psychology, health care law, and educational administration fields. The text encompasses theories of effective communication, problem analysis, conflict resolution, and time management challenges. This new edition includes three new chapters that cover current theories of creative leadership, working with diverse groups, and ethics for leaders and managers in health care, as well as new experiential learning activities throughout. These activities make theory application palpable and support the development of skills that students can use to motivate, educate, and lead those in health care to achieve the goals of a group, team, or organization. Included among the experiential learning activities are case studies, simulation, review questions, suggested assignments, and expected learning outcomes. The text will also be of value to nurse managers who wish to enhance their current leadership or managerial skills. Key Features: Provides strong direction for improving leadership and management skills in the health care environment Includes three new chapters on creative leadership, working with diverse groups, and ethics for healthcare leaders and managers Offers new learning activities throughout, including review questions and suggested assignments Features over 35 Experiential Exercises which invite the reader to experience new behaviors in a safe environment
Foundations of Health Care Management Leaders and managers throughout the health care system arefacing ever more challenging changes in the way care is delivered,paid for, and evaluated. Foundations of Health Care Management:Principles and Methods offers an innovative, concise,reader-friendly introduction to health care management andadministration. It addresses the need for new skills in managers ofhealth care facilities and for those planning to enter health caremanagement positions. The book covers such critical topics asleadership training, change management, conflict managementtechniques, culture building, quality improvement, andcommunications skills, as well as collaboration in the improvementof population health. Foundations of Health Care Management also concentrateson innovations and describes steps in the transition to moredecentralized and creative approaches to the management of healthcare facilities. The book covers physician management from thephysician's viewpoint, a valuable perspective for health caremanagers. The book serves important dual purposes for faculty and studentsby providing both insights into the health care field as well asfoundational content on essential management and leadershipcompetencies. A full set of support materials is available forinstructors at the book's companion Web site.
Take an evidence-based approach to leadership. Learn the skills you need to lead and succeed in the dynamic healthcare environments in which you will practice. From leadership and management theories through their application, you’ll develop the core competences you need to provide and manage care of the highest quality to your patients. You’ll also be prepared for the initiatives that are transforming the delivery and cost effectiveness of health care today.
This very successful text provides students with diverse expertise of management professionals in schools of business & private business practice as well as nurse educators & nursing service administrators. This combination of theoretical knowledge & practical experience provides a rich blend of content, integrating management skills & concepts appropriate for today's nurse manager to use in daily practice. New to this Edition * All chapters have been thoroughly updated with new or expanded coverage of such timely topics as managed care, changes in health care delivery systems, delegation, community health, quality management, new governance structures & functions, collaborative care, & career development. * Solid theory from management experts is applied through an increased number of clinical examples integrated throughout the text. * Chapter Outlines, Objectives, & Overviews begin each chapter. A bulleted chapter summary & review questions allow students to access & understand important points quickly. * Free student video. This new video is shrink-wrapped with the text to enable students to actually see & hear successful techniques for conflict resolution, time management, & effective delegation. * Full-color format. The-new edition is now full color with color coding to help students prioritize their study & review.
This book provides a unique first-hand perspective on healthcare leadership and management, from a practitioner, for practitioners. The author is an experienced consultant, highly respected medical director and exceptional leader known for his drive, acumen and commitment to putting patients first. The book’s focus is on compassionate leadership, efficient management, improvement capabilities and transformational skills. The content covers all aspects of leading and managing health services, integrating both the hard and soft skills required. The comprehensive chapters are written in an extremely concise and precise style using fact boxes and bullet format only. Lists of chapter objectives, boxed summaries, numerous graphics and suggestions for further reading provide quick reference and consolidate what the reader has learned. Packed with expert insights and practical tips for problem solving and trouble shooting, this is the ultimate guide to getting ahead and achieving more as a leader and manager in the healthcare world. The book is an excellent resource for aspiring as well as current leaders and managers in healthcare.
This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Extensively updated to reflect the latest changes in the healthcare system, EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN NURSING, 8/e will help both practicing and student nurses manage successfully in today’s challenging, resource-limited healthcare environments. The most up-to-date and complete learning package for nurses who intend to manage, this book combines practicality with conceptual understanding, tapping expertise of contributors from many relevant disciplines, especially healthcare management professionals. This edition offers new or expanded coverage of healthcare reform; quality initiatives; Magnet-certified hospitals; emotional and multicratic leadership; social media; preparation for large-scale emergencies; prevention and response to bullying and workplace violence; and much more. Throughout, new MediaLink boxes link readers to updated resources and activities on the web.
This guide helps undergraduate medics and junior doctors, as well as experienced doctors taking on new managerial responsibilities, to become effective leaders and managers by introducing both management and clinical leadership theory and practice, and the challenges facing medical managers in today's NHS. Despite growing recognition of the importance of leadership and management to doctors in meeting their clinical responsibilities, training in medical schools and foundation years remains patchy. The book explores how management and leadership can enhance health professionals' individual and organisational effectiveness, job satisfaction, and careers. Scenarios draw from the authors' real-life tales, while accompanying exercises encourage readers to reflect on their own experience. Fully referenced, and digestible both in full and as a reference resource, this is vital reading for medical students, junior doctors, and those who teach and train them. It will also prove useful to experienced doctors taking on new managerial responsibilities. `Clinical leadership across the NHS may take many forms ranging from frontline leaders who provide excellent service through a spectrum of clinical innovators and academics, to those who provide leadership through their professional bodies or through managerial involvement at various levels in their employing institution. This admirable book is aimed at young clinicians and invites them, through a series of vignettes and issues coupled with practical theory, to enter the world of management. I hope that everyone who reads this book will accept that invitation, because it is only through effective service design, management and change that we can practise medicine in the way and in the environment that is best for both patients and clinicians.' Professor Sir Bruce Keogh NHS Medical Director