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Limiting Harm in Health Care: A Nursing Perspective

Posted: 21/12/2012

Limiting Harm in Health Care highlights the potential for unnecessary harm in health care practice. This harm is mostly unintentional, but it can result from many different aspects of medical treatment in a wide range of practice areas. Adverse events, events or omissions during clinical care res...

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The Changing Nature of Nursing in a Managerial Age

Posted: 21/12/2012

As an occupation, nursing is perceived by some as an emergent profession and by others as a managed service. For the former group, the key to quality improvement in nursing is to develop and promote that professionalism. For the latter group, the success of nursing as an occupation depends on its...

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Nursing Leaders Speak Out: Issues and Opinions

Posted: 21/12/2012

Pace Univ., New York, NY. A compilation of articles focusing on point/counterpoint arguments and opinions on various visions and issues of concern in nursing. Contributions are taken from Nursing Leadership Forum, and also cover the history and impact of nursing. Softcover. DNLM: Nursing--o...

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Managerialism and Nursing: Beyond Oppression and Profession

Posted: 21/12/2012

Managerialism and Nursing examines the effect of new management strategies on nurses, their morale and the profession as a whole. Using an innovative study of nurses conducted by the Royal College of Nursing, Michael Traynor analyses the relationship between nurses and their managers, looking at ...

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Reengineering Nursing and Health Care: Handbook for Organizational Transformation

Posted: 21/12/2012

Reengineering Nursing and Health Care adopts the basic principles of Hammer and Champy's bestselling book, Reengineering the Corporation, as the framework for how reengineering may be implemented in health care settings. The book advances the existing trend away from the compartmentalization of s...

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Nursing Issues in Leading and Managing Change, 1e

Posted: 21/12/2012

NURSING ISSUES IN LEADING AND MANAGING CHANGE provides current, cutting-edge information to guide nurses who are responsible for managing change in our health care system. The text covers the changes in the systems of health care, role theory, decision process, social and cultural settings, ethic...

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F U, Penguin: Telling Cute Animals What's What

Posted: 21/12/2012

Attention, all you clumsy pandas, lovable puffins, huggable bunnies, and penguins that elicit ooohs and aaahs: The jig is up! We have lived under your furry fists for too long. There is a cute and present danger lurking out there–in the wild, in the zoos, and sometimes even in our very ...

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Plunkett's Health Care Industry Almanac 2011: Health Care Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies

Posted: 21/12/2012

PLUNKETT'S HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2011Key Features:-Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence-Market forecasts and Industry Statistics-Industry Associations and Professional Societies List-In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies-Industry Glossary-Buyer ma...

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Histories Of Game Strains (History Of Cockfighting Series)

Posted: 21/12/2012

Originally published in the early 1900's, this book is now rare and much sought after in its first edition. READ COUNTRY BOOKS have republished it using the original text with its numerous vintage black and white photos. Four hundred and fifteen pages contain twenty eight detailed articles by wel...

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The Parrot Who Owns Me: The Story of a Relationship

Posted: 21/12/2012

Seventeen years ago, when she adopted a neglected, orphaned thirty-year-old parrot named Tiko, the internationally renowned ornithologist Joanna Burger entered one of the most complex relationships of her life. Sullen and hostile when he entered Dr. Burger’s home, Tiko gradually warmed up, ...

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