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The Resource Change leadership in nursing : how change occurs in a complex hospital system ; Brigham and Women's Hospital nurses tell their story, editors, Mairead Hickey, Phyllis Beck Kritek

Change leadership in nursing : how change occurs in a complex hospital system ; Brigham and Women's Hospital nurses tell their story, editors, Mairead Hickey, Phyllis Beck Kritek

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Change leadership in nursing : how change occurs in a complex hospital system ; Brigham and Women's Hospital nurses tell their story
Title
Change leadership in nursing
Title remainder
how change occurs in a complex hospital system ; Brigham and Women's Hospital nurses tell their story
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editors, Mairead Hickey, Phyllis Beck Kritek
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Subject
Language
eng
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DNLM/DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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1943-
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  • Hickey, Mairead
  • Kritek, Phyllis Beck
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  • Nursing services
  • Leadership
  • Organizational change
Label
Change leadership in nursing : how change occurs in a complex hospital system ; Brigham and Women's Hospital nurses tell their story, editors, Mairead Hickey, Phyllis Beck Kritek
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Strengthening the practice of nursing
  • The journey continues ... just follow the yellow brick road
  • Jacqueline B. Somerville
  • Eloise Balsco Cathcart and Katie Gallagher Fillipon
  • Ensuring the voice of the nurse: designing, developing, and implementing a committee structure
  • Barbara Bauman ... [et al.]
  • The center for nursing excellence: setting the table
  • Laura Mylott, Patrice K. Nicholas, and M. Patricia Gibbons
  • The center for nursing excellence: initiatives and innovations
  • Patrice K. Nicholas ... [et al.]
  • Beyond regulatory compliance: our quality journey
  • Diane R., Lancaster and Carolyn Hayes
  • Introduction: The invitation
  • The standards, policies, and procedures steering committee: notes from the field
  • Barbara Bauman, Cindy Jodoin, and Sharon Swan
  • The nurse manager narrative project
  • Eloise Balasco Cathcart, Miriam Greenspan, and Miriam Trainer
  • Navigating change through a narrative
  • Pearl Cunningham and Phyllis Bailey
  • Growing up Brigham
  • Katie Fillipon and Marsha Milone
  • The psychiatric nursing resource service: building an infrastructure for practice and modeling the APN Role
  • Barbara E. Lakatos, Monique T. Mitchell, and Mary Lou Etheredge
  • Phyllis Beck Kritek
  • Shifting from crisis to care: outcomes of a psychiatric nursing resource service
  • Barbara E. Lakatos ... [et al.]
  • Advanced practice nurse in action
  • Leslie DeLisle
  • A leadership perspective on improving the care of delirious patients in an acute care setting
  • Kimberly A. Ternavan and Margaret Higgins
  • 1.
  • Ethics conversations in real time: the clinical ethics program at BWH
  • Martha Jurchak
  • Strengthening moral agency in new ICU nurses
  • Beginning the journey
  • Martha Jurchak and Mary Pennington --The inquiry of ethics rounds
  • Martha Jurchak and Elizabeth Eagan-Bengston
  • Alleviating moral distress: a journey to create the most supportive environment
  • Cynthia Jodoin, Eileen Molina, and Katie Fillipon
  • Clinical practice as a context for developing technological competency
  • Ann Furey ... [et al.]
  • Creating a culture of commitment through collaborative multidisciplinary, multiprofessional simulation training
  • De'Ann McNamara and Michael G. Kyller
  • Academic partnerships at Brigham and Women's Hospital: our commitment to and capacity for clinical education
  • Linda A. Evans ... [et al.]
  • Mairead Hickey
  • The Nursing Department's vision of a baccalaureate-prepared nursing staff: development and implementation of an onsite Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
  • Linda A. Evans and Patrice K. Nicholas
  • Preventing patients from falling: achieving the vision
  • Patricia C. Dykes ... [et al.]
  • Interdisciplinary leadership in the oncology service line
  • Patricia Reid Ponte
  • Integrative xare
  • Patricia M Reilly and Teresa M. Buchanan
  • Implementing alternative/complementary therapies for the purpose of stress reduction in nurses
  • Alice O'Brien ... [et al.]
  • Finding and defining the good
  • Reiki practice: a comfort for patients and nurses
  • Suzanne Silvernail, Margaret Costello, and Sarah Thompson
  • The development of a critical care leadership team: where we have been, where we are now, and where we are going
  • Matthew Qin ... [et al.]
  • Building anew
  • Mary Lou Moore and Catherine Saniuk
  • The intersection of the BWH Department of Nursing vision statement with nursing theories, theorists, and practice
  • Vincent M. Vacca, Jr.
  • Partners in care: quality improvement at work in the neuroscience intensive care unit
  • Shaun Golden
  • Mary Lou Etheredge and M. Patricia Gibbons
  • Transitioning new nurses into acute care practice: our journey of program redesign
  • Ellan Bergeron ... [et al.]
  • A collaborative teamwork approach to unit-based nursing orientation
  • Christine Smith
  • Off-shift nursing administration: shaped by a vision
  • Judith Perron, Neha Thakkar, and Elvi Rigby
  • Authentic leadership: real-time application at BWH
  • Nancy Hickey and Eileen M. O'Connell
  • True collaboration: a multidisciplinary model
  • Kristin Alt Styer
  • Creating a healthy work environment
  • From groupthink to action teams: changing how we solve problems
  • Eileen Molina
  • Choosing the best place to work
  • Joan M. Vitello-Cicciu
  • The impact of the clinical nurse educator
  • Ronna E. Zaremski
  • Nurse engagement: rekindling the passion
  • Cynthia F. Loring
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital from a nursing instructor's view
  • Patricia Normandin
  • Angelleen Peters-Lewis ... [et al.]
  • His name is Samuel
  • Patricia C. Powers
  • Lessons learned in Haiti
  • Elizabeth A. Samson
  • The global health nursing fellowship: beginnings
  • Patrice K. Nicholas
  • Why do people aspire to work at Brigham and Women's Hospital? a view from business services
  • Leo F. Buckley, Jr.
  • Lessons learned: the journey through the rearview mirror
  • Phyllis Beck Kritek
Control code
ocn701014733
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 370 p.
Isbn
9780826108371
Lccn
2011020935
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)701014733
Label
Change leadership in nursing : how change occurs in a complex hospital system ; Brigham and Women's Hospital nurses tell their story, editors, Mairead Hickey, Phyllis Beck Kritek
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Strengthening the practice of nursing
  • The journey continues ... just follow the yellow brick road
  • Jacqueline B. Somerville
  • Eloise Balsco Cathcart and Katie Gallagher Fillipon
  • Ensuring the voice of the nurse: designing, developing, and implementing a committee structure
  • Barbara Bauman ... [et al.]
  • The center for nursing excellence: setting the table
  • Laura Mylott, Patrice K. Nicholas, and M. Patricia Gibbons
  • The center for nursing excellence: initiatives and innovations
  • Patrice K. Nicholas ... [et al.]
  • Beyond regulatory compliance: our quality journey
  • Diane R., Lancaster and Carolyn Hayes
  • Introduction: The invitation
  • The standards, policies, and procedures steering committee: notes from the field
  • Barbara Bauman, Cindy Jodoin, and Sharon Swan
  • The nurse manager narrative project
  • Eloise Balasco Cathcart, Miriam Greenspan, and Miriam Trainer
  • Navigating change through a narrative
  • Pearl Cunningham and Phyllis Bailey
  • Growing up Brigham
  • Katie Fillipon and Marsha Milone
  • The psychiatric nursing resource service: building an infrastructure for practice and modeling the APN Role
  • Barbara E. Lakatos, Monique T. Mitchell, and Mary Lou Etheredge
  • Phyllis Beck Kritek
  • Shifting from crisis to care: outcomes of a psychiatric nursing resource service
  • Barbara E. Lakatos ... [et al.]
  • Advanced practice nurse in action
  • Leslie DeLisle
  • A leadership perspective on improving the care of delirious patients in an acute care setting
  • Kimberly A. Ternavan and Margaret Higgins
  • 1.
  • Ethics conversations in real time: the clinical ethics program at BWH
  • Martha Jurchak
  • Strengthening moral agency in new ICU nurses
  • Beginning the journey
  • Martha Jurchak and Mary Pennington --The inquiry of ethics rounds
  • Martha Jurchak and Elizabeth Eagan-Bengston
  • Alleviating moral distress: a journey to create the most supportive environment
  • Cynthia Jodoin, Eileen Molina, and Katie Fillipon
  • Clinical practice as a context for developing technological competency
  • Ann Furey ... [et al.]
  • Creating a culture of commitment through collaborative multidisciplinary, multiprofessional simulation training
  • De'Ann McNamara and Michael G. Kyller
  • Academic partnerships at Brigham and Women's Hospital: our commitment to and capacity for clinical education
  • Linda A. Evans ... [et al.]
  • Mairead Hickey
  • The Nursing Department's vision of a baccalaureate-prepared nursing staff: development and implementation of an onsite Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
  • Linda A. Evans and Patrice K. Nicholas
  • Preventing patients from falling: achieving the vision
  • Patricia C. Dykes ... [et al.]
  • Interdisciplinary leadership in the oncology service line
  • Patricia Reid Ponte
  • Integrative xare
  • Patricia M Reilly and Teresa M. Buchanan
  • Implementing alternative/complementary therapies for the purpose of stress reduction in nurses
  • Alice O'Brien ... [et al.]
  • Finding and defining the good
  • Reiki practice: a comfort for patients and nurses
  • Suzanne Silvernail, Margaret Costello, and Sarah Thompson
  • The development of a critical care leadership team: where we have been, where we are now, and where we are going
  • Matthew Qin ... [et al.]
  • Building anew
  • Mary Lou Moore and Catherine Saniuk
  • The intersection of the BWH Department of Nursing vision statement with nursing theories, theorists, and practice
  • Vincent M. Vacca, Jr.
  • Partners in care: quality improvement at work in the neuroscience intensive care unit
  • Shaun Golden
  • Mary Lou Etheredge and M. Patricia Gibbons
  • Transitioning new nurses into acute care practice: our journey of program redesign
  • Ellan Bergeron ... [et al.]
  • A collaborative teamwork approach to unit-based nursing orientation
  • Christine Smith
  • Off-shift nursing administration: shaped by a vision
  • Judith Perron, Neha Thakkar, and Elvi Rigby
  • Authentic leadership: real-time application at BWH
  • Nancy Hickey and Eileen M. O'Connell
  • True collaboration: a multidisciplinary model
  • Kristin Alt Styer
  • Creating a healthy work environment
  • From groupthink to action teams: changing how we solve problems
  • Eileen Molina
  • Choosing the best place to work
  • Joan M. Vitello-Cicciu
  • The impact of the clinical nurse educator
  • Ronna E. Zaremski
  • Nurse engagement: rekindling the passion
  • Cynthia F. Loring
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital from a nursing instructor's view
  • Patricia Normandin
  • Angelleen Peters-Lewis ... [et al.]
  • His name is Samuel
  • Patricia C. Powers
  • Lessons learned in Haiti
  • Elizabeth A. Samson
  • The global health nursing fellowship: beginnings
  • Patrice K. Nicholas
  • Why do people aspire to work at Brigham and Women's Hospital? a view from business services
  • Leo F. Buckley, Jr.
  • Lessons learned: the journey through the rearview mirror
  • Phyllis Beck Kritek
Control code
ocn701014733
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xix, 370 p.
Isbn
9780826108371
Lccn
2011020935
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)701014733

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