Nursing Administration Handbook

Nursing Administration Handbook

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With the recent new and radical developments in the health care field that have been introduced at a breathless pace, nurse administrators must work to stay informed of the developments that affect their nursing departments both directly and indirectly. The Nursing Administration Handbook has a long track record, both as a textbook and as a hands-on tool for nurse executives seeking insight and step-by-step guidance in all aspects of administration. The fourth edition of this text surveys the entire field of nursing administration and incorporates the most significant new developments and current practices.Standardization is defined as a dimension of structure indicating the degree to which the organization relies on rules and procedures to guide the behavior of employees. An example of standardization is a department policy that explains theanbsp;...

Title:Nursing Administration Handbook
Author:Howard Rowland, Beatrice Rowland
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1997


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