Friday, December 3, 2010

Learn How Nursing Leadership Skills can Empower You American Sentinel University White Papers

There's a chronic problem in the nursing profession: a sense of powerlessness. It creates job dissatisfaction, stress, and burnout. It can lead to ineffective nursing that compromises patient safety or the nurse's role as patient advocate. And it's incompatible with today's increasing emphasis on multi-disciplinary care teams, where collaboration is key.

Fortunately, there's a positive trend toward workplace practices that empower nurses. And there are ways for staff nurses to learn to step up and become facilitators of change.

Learn how you can start empowering yourself to effect change - and better patient outcomes - even if you're not in a management position. In this paper, "Powerlessness is Bad Practice: Any Nurse can be a Facilitator of Change," Catherine Garner, DrPH, MSN, MPA, RN, FAAN, Provost and Dean of Health and Nursing Sciences at American Sentinel University, outlines:


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