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Nursing Administration in the 21st Century

Nursing Administration in the 21st Century
A Self-Care Theory Approach

January 1999 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book seeks to define nursing at a management or administrative level. Using the widely regarded Orem self-care deficit model to provide a nursing focus, the authors explore the nursing needs of populations, the roles and functions of advanced practice nursing administration, and the administrative structures, processes and outcomes that facilitate nursing practice.
D E Orem
Health Care Service Organization
Trends as We Move Toward the 21st Century

The Domain of Nursing
Models for Nursing Administration
Describing Populations for Purposes of Providing Nursing Services
The Processes of Administration
Design as a Function of the Nursing Professional
The Clinical Communication System
Quality Control
Patient Outcomes

Quality Control
Nursing Standards

Fiscal Management and Delivery of Safe, Effective Nursing
Utilization of Nursing Personnel
Strategies for Theory-Based Nursing
Ensuring the Provision of Nursing in the Future
A Summation


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