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Retention and productivity strategies for nurse managers

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Published by J.B. Lippincott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing services -- Personnel management.,
  • Nursing services -- Administration.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementCarol Jorgensen Huston, Bessie L. Marquis.
    SeriesLippincott"s nursing management series
    ContributionsMarquis, Bessie L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT89.3 .H87 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 474 p. :
    Number of Pages474
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2049764M
    ISBN 100397547390
    LC Control Number88027304
    OCLC/WorldCa18834748


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by: 3. Leadership skills for nursing unit managers to decrease intention to leave Michael A Roche,1 Christine Duffield,1,2 Sofia Dimitrelis,1 Belinda Frew1 1Centre for Health Services Management, Faculty of Health, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, 2Clinical Nursing and Midwifery Research Centre, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, WA, Australia Aim: To examine.

Nursing workload is affected by staffing levels and the patients’ conditions, but also by the design of the nurses’ work system. In this chapter, a description of different levels of workload, including situational workload, was offered, and a proposal for a human factors engineering approach aimed at reducing workload or at mitigating or balancing the impact of workload on nurses and Cited by: Nursing unit managers, staff retention and the work environment Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Clinical Nursing 20() January w Reads How we measure 'reads'.

imperative that healthcare systems maintain or improve their retention rates. Nursing retention presents many challenges and can be affected by many variables including leadership styles (Force, ).

Nurse Managers need to incorporate proven retention strategies and adopt effective leadership styles to decrease nurse : Joseph Warren L.

Perez. Continuing Education: Professional Development Strategies to Enhance Nurses’ Knowledge and Maintain Safe Practice Purpose/Goal. To provide the learner with knowledge of best practices related to engaging in nursing professional development (NPD) activities.

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Executive Synopsis: Emergency Nurse Retention The Situation Nurses are entering and leaving the profession in higher than average numbers, which incurs higher costs for hospitals to replace staff. The cost of recruitment, hiring, and training for an individual nurse has been estimated to be as high as $82, per RN; for a bed facility, using.

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Interpret the role of recognition and reward in developing a culture of retention. Infer recognition and reward strategies that promote nurse retention. Discern components of an outcomes-based onboarding program.

Employee Retention Guide 5 Employee Retention Guide Long-term Strategies Managers and staff often have different ideas about why employees choose to stay with a company.

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Often, nurses become managers either at the recommendation of a colleague or by default. 2 Nurses may be placed in leadership roles due to their seniority or clinical competency, not necessarily due to their desire to fill the role.

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Nurses have a basic role not only as care providers but also coordinate and need to manage the environment in which improving quality of care is given. 15 Retention of nurses is a recognized issue for the health organization, as evidenced by the many studies undertaken with regard to the reasons why nurses leave nursing, 17, 18 Among these Cited by: The section shall take an overview of what Employee (staff) turnover is, the reasons or causes, and its measurement, also, retention, its meaning, strategies and measurement and lastly, these concepts shall be weighed on productivity (ie their interrelationships turnover/retention and productivity) to ascertain their impact, in order to draw.

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Grounded by Burns's transformational leadership theory Author: Steve Brooks.