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Title: Management and leadership in nursing Introduction unit


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Management and leadership in nursingIntroduction
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  • Nursing professions first priority is competent
    and safe Pt. care.
  • Nurse manager assures the best possible
    environment for providing high-quality Pt care..

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  • Nurses in most health care setting today hold
    great responsibility to ensure that pts receive
    the health care that they need to lead active,
    productive lives.
  • To provide high quality nursing services, it is
    essential to provide well- qualified nursing
    leadership
  • key leadership position is the first-line nursing
    manager .

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  • Several key issues will influence and create
    change in the delivery of health care in our
    society
  • 1-economics of health care
  • 2-competitive nature of the industry
  • 3-shortages of professional health care
    personnel.
  • 4-focus on quality outcomes.
  • We have unstable situation that requires change
    to occur rapidly .
  • This change demands flexibility, intelligence,
    and new leadership expertise

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  • manager must have a good understanding of nursing
    costs (financial skills)
  • cost effectiveness of nursing care need continued
    study to ensure the pt outcomes economically
  • increased intensity of care caused by shorter
    hospital stays aging of the population .
  • To improve care it require the institutions to
    focus on consumer satisfaction in addition to the
    quality of clinical outcome .

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  • nurses are the largest group of health care
    professionals and have more contact with pts than
    do other employees, pts often judge the quality
    of care by the quality of their services.
  • 1st line manager ensure pts expectations of care
    are met.
  • accomplished by surveys, focus groups .
  • Our hospitals is managed by industrial models of
    management that create tremendous job
    dissatisfaction and staff turnover.
  • Professional nurses must be given accountability
    and authority for pt care.

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Definition of management
  • art of getting things done through people .
  • both art and a science .
  • work that involves the guidance or direction of a
    group of people toward organizational goals or
    objectives.
  • interpersonal and technical aspects, through
    which the objectives of an organization being
    managed .

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  • " Management
  • The process of getting work done through others
    done properly, on time, and within budget,
    including the deployment of the resources to
    accomplish organizational ends "

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  • Management process
  • (Achieving organizational objectives through
  • planning.
  • Organizing.
  • staffing
  • Directing.
  • controlling
  • (For human and physical resources and technology
    )

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MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
  • 1- PLANNING All other functions are dependent
    on it Data are gathered and analyzed
  • manager must predict what is future needs set
    objectives .
  • Priorities must be set .
  • The strategies sequenced in a time frame .
  • Planning of policies and procedures .
  • Budgets are used in planning .
  • Planning is the basis for time management,

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organizing
  • The personnel can implement the plans with
    efficiency and effectiveness,
  • Establish of organizational structure .
  • Relationships are delineated.
  • Job analysis (positions , qualifications .etc)

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STAFFING
STAFFING
  • STAFFING recruiting, selecting, orienting
    developing personnel to accomplish the goals of
    the organization.
  • determining assignment systems , case method,
    functional, team, primary nursing.
  • schedules to meet the needs of the clients,
    personnel, and institution.

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DIRECTION
  • (Direct personnel and activities to accomplish
    the goals of the organization.
  • Motivating and leading personnel .
  • Knowledge of ones leadership style .
  • To get work done by others .
  • tasks require good communication skills and
    assertive behavior

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CONTROLLING
  • (Ensures progress toward objectives according to
    plan and involves setting standards, measuring
    performance against those standards . (reporting
    results take corrective actions)
  • Comparing results with predetermined standards
    of performance

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LEVELS OF MANAGEMENT
  • Top managers Responsible for overall operations.
  • Middle managers coordinate nursing activities of
    several units.
  • First line managers (supervisors, or head
    nurses.) directly responsible for the actual
    production of nursing services.

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MANAGER NEEDS THREE TYPES OF SKLLS
  • 1) Technical skills Involve methods, procedures,
    techniques knowledge of work being performed.
  • 2) Human relations skills, ability to motivate
    and lead others and to manage conflict.
  • 3) Conceptual skills require analytical thinking
    and being able to perceive trends of the
    organization.

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Mix of skills for levels of managem.
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  • The end

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