Leading And Managing Health Services

Author: Gary E. Day
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 131638148X
Size: 15,10 MB
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Leading and Managing Health Services: An Australasian Perspective provides a comprehensive overview of leadership and management in health services with a particular focus on the Australasian context. This text aims to help students develop leadership and management skills, and to critically analyse the issues they will face in practical health service settings. The book features a contemporary approach to learning, in line with the Health LEADS Australia framework which focuses on five key leadership attributes: Leads self, Engages systems, Achieves outcomes, Drives innovations and Shapes systems. Further, it offers a rich pedagogy both in the text and companion website. Chapters include case studies to provide examples of management and leadership issues in healthcare settings, and a wealth of reflective, short answer and multiple-choice questions to extend student learning. Written by respected Australian academics and industry experts, this text will equip health professional students with practical skills to successfully manage change and innovation.

Managing Health Services

Author: Mary G. Harris
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0729577597
Size: 19,68 MB
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Managing Health Service: Concepts and Practice 2nd edition E-book provides a valuable practice resource for the health service management students and managers. While new concepts and strategies of multidisciplinary health service management and leadership have been added, the focus remains on providing comprehensive coverage of management topics and issues faced by health services managers. The text is arranged according to six major themes - health service managers and the changing organisational context; health service management practice - working with people; health service management practice - working with information; health service organisations; improving organisational performance; and case studies in health service management. Written by over 40 health service management academics in cooperation with the Society for Health Administration Programs in Education and the Australian College of Health Service Executives, Managing Health Services 2nd edition continues to make a valuable contribution to health service management theory and practice.

Implementing Excellence In Your Health Care Organization

Author: Robert McSherry
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335240046
Size: 17,41 MB
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This practical book considers practice issues in healthcare and explores the key issues and factors which influence the workings of a healthcare organization.

Practical Leadership And Management In Healthcare

Author: Eleanor J. Sullivan
Editor:
ISBN: 9781447912064
Size: 19,42 MB
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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.

Managing And Leading In The Allied Health Professions

Author: Robert Jones (MMACP.)
Editor: Radcliffe Publishing
ISBN: 9781857757064
Size: 12,36 MB
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Edited by Robert Jones and Fiona Jenkins, this book describes how allied health professions (AHPs) relate to today's NHS, and how they themselves are organised as well as covering key management challenges currently facing the profession.

Leadership In Health Care

Author: Neil Goodwin
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134290195
Size: 19,93 MB
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This unique text is the first to explore leadership in the context of healthcare systems across Europe. It investigates leadership and management learning against the backdrop of increasing European parliamentary influence, the expansion of EU membership, and the increasing number of patients, staff, governments and healthcare employers viewing Europe as a single market for healthcare provision and employment. Written by leading authority Neil Goodwin, this timely book provides an assessment of the literature as well as practical guidance for developing personal leadership. It includes case studies and examples and is a must-buy for all students studying health management, leadership and public management as well as professionals within health services across Europe. This is the fourth text in the Routledge Health Management Series.

Leading Managing Caring

Author: Sara MacKian
Editor:
ISBN: 9780415658508
Size: 20,84 MB
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Effective leadership and management in health and social care are built on good practice, strong relationships and a critical understanding of the wider context in which care takes place. Leading, Managing, Caring illustrates how leadership and management work in everyday settings, providing invaluable support to those practising or studying in the area. The book introduces the four core building blocks of the caring manager or leader: personal awareness, team awareness, goal awareness and contextual awareness. Together these form a firm foundation for understanding and practice. Drawing on up-to-date case studies, the authors explore how critical theoretical understanding can support practical attempts to work through complex situations with a diverse range of people. Also included is a toolkit containing carefully selected and practical tools for leading and managing change. This comprehensive textbook is suitable for existing and aspiring managers and leaders in a range of health and social care professions, or anyone interested in understanding more about the complex landscape in which care services are managed and delivered in the UK.

Leading And Managing In Nursing E Book

Author: Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323547338
Size: 15,84 MB
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Help students prepare for the NCLEX® and their transition to practice! Organized around the issues in today's constantly changing healthcare environment Leading and Managing in Nursing, 7th Edition, offers an innovative approach to leading and managing by merging theory, research, and practical application. This cutting-edge text includes coverage of patient safety, consumer relationships, cultural diversity, resource management delegation, and communication. In addition, it provides just the right amount of information to equip students with the tools they need to master leadership and management, which will better prepare them for clinical practice. UPDATED! Fresh content and references related to conflict (mediation and arbitration), personal/personnel issues, violence and incivility, and delegation included in their respective chapters. Separate chapters on key topic areas such as cultural diversity, consumer relationships, delegation, managing information and technology, legal and ethical issues, and many more. Eye-catching full-color design helps engage and guide students through each chapter. UNIQUE! Each chapter opens with The Challenge, where practicing nurse leaders/managers offer their real-world views of a concern related in the chapter, encouraging students to think about how they would handle the situation. UNIQUE! The Solution closes each chapter with an effective method to handle the real-life situation presented in The Challenge, and demonstrates the ins and outs of problem solving in practice. The Evidence boxes in each chapter summarize relevant concepts and research from nursing/business/medicine literature. Theory boxes highlight and summarize pertinent theoretical concepts related to chapter content. UPDATED! Chapter 2, Clinical Safety: The Core of Leading, Managing, and Following, features the latest guidelines for ensuring patient safety, QSEN updates and it will also include some new tools to help with assessing/managing patient safety in the hospital setting UPDATED! Chapter 16, The Impact of Technology, includes information on future trends such as Health Information Exchange (HIE), data warehouses with predictive analytics, and information on decision support systems and their impact on patient care. UPDATED! Chapter 12, Care Delivery Strategies, covers different nursing care delivery models used to organize care in a variety of healthcare organizations. UPDATED! Chapter 14, Workforce Engagement through Collective Action and Governance, provides information on how to assess work environments through assessing organizational and governance characteristics, nurse empowerment/engagement strategies, and a variety of collective action and bargaining strategies that can shape nurses’ practice.

Healthcare Executives

Author: Dirk Pickuth
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1789017068
Size: 11,91 MB
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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.

Managing Health Promotion Programs

Author: Donald J. Breckon
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763734114
Size: 19,45 MB
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This text introduces students to the issues involved in managing health promotion services in a variety of settings: voluntary health agencies, health departments, school systems, correctional systems, corporate wellness programs, hospitals, HMOs, and nonprofit agencies. Filled with case studies and practical exercises, this text is an excellent tool covering management aspects of careers in health promotion.