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Developing leadership skills in critical care nurses: a case scenario--part one.
Dynamics. 2005 Winter; 16(4):13-4.D

Abstract

During a recent CACCN board meeting, directors were challenged with developing an approach to a difficult case scenario. In a situation where inappropriate communication toward a new nurse was observed and reported directly to the charge nurse, participants identified that before responding, the charge nurse should seek out additional information to identify the problems causing the behaviour. Possible core problems included lack of clarity around the roles and responsibilities, plus the lack of training on preceptorship and the principles of effective communication. Solutions are proposed, along with associated strengths, weaknesses and barriers to implementation. In summary, nurses have much to gain from augmenting their leadership skills.

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ICU, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

16447529

Citation

Hynes, Patricia, et al. "Developing Leadership Skills in Critical Care Nurses: a Case Scenario--part One." Dynamics (Pembroke, Ont.), vol. 16, no. 4, 2005, pp. 13-4.
Hynes P, Mintenko J, Porchak T, et al. Developing leadership skills in critical care nurses: a case scenario--part one. Dynamics. 2005;16(4):13-4.
Hynes, P., Mintenko, J., Porchak, T., & Roy, G. (2005). Developing leadership skills in critical care nurses: a case scenario--part one. Dynamics (Pembroke, Ont.), 16(4), 13-4.
Hynes P, et al. Developing Leadership Skills in Critical Care Nurses: a Case Scenario--part One. Dynamics. 2005;16(4):13-4. PubMed PMID: 16447529.
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