Nursing Leadership and Management in Canada, 3rd Edition
Nursing Leadership and Management in Canada, is a contributed text that introduces leadership and management principles for both nursing students and first-level managers. Comprehensive coverage of theory is combined with extensive coverage of skills, and basic principles are explained throughout with the use of practical examples and case studies. "Leadership Profiles" boxes feature photographs and brief biographies of key Canadian nursing leaders. Numerous case studies aid students and practitioners in applying the practical implications of management theory.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Nine entirely new chapters including: A population health approach to planning; An overview of the nursing workforce in Canada; Structure in health agencies; Legal framework for health agencies and services; Accountability in the Canadian Health System; Health agencies and self-governing professions; Nursing information and outcomes; Nursing Administration Research; Policy analysis
- Inclusion of Leadership Profiles boxes, featuring photographs and brief biographies of Canadian nursing leaders.
- Part openers introduce the content and implications to nursing practice.
- Additional case studies aid students and practitioners in seeing the practical implications of management theory.
- A greater degree of introductory material to enable first-time nursing management students to learn the basic principles on which nursing management theory is based.
- Case example boxes throughout the text.
- Two-colour interior design highlights pedagogical elements and key information.
By Judith M. Hibberd, BScN, MHSA, PhD, RN, Professor Emeritus at Facutly of Nursing, University of Alberta; and Donna Lynn Smith, RN, BScN, MEd, CPsych, CHE, Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing, Leadership Stream in the Masters of Nursing Program, University of Alberta