Initiating and sustaining the clinical nurse leader role : a practical guide / edited by James L. Harris, Linda Roussel,Patricia L. Thomas

Contributor(s): Harris, James L, 1956- | Roussel, Linda | Thomas, Patricia L, 1961-
Publisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, c2014Edition: 2nd edDescription: xxvii, 531 p. : ill. ; 23 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 9781284026566 (pbk.); 1284026566 (pbk.); 9781284032888 (pbk.); 1284032884 (pbk.)Subject(s): Nurse practitioners | Nurse administrators | Leadership | Leadership | Nurse Clinicians | Interprofessional RelationsLOC classification: RT 82.8 | .I555 2014
Contents:
The CNL : past, present, and future -- The CNL : a catalyst for advancing nursing -- Building and sustaining academic, clinical, and community partnerships -- Creating a business case for the CNL role -- Spreading the CNL initiative : an interprofessional microsystems approach -- Effective communication and team collaboration -- The CNL and nurse manager : collaborating and coordinating within the microsystems -- Preparing preceptors for CNL immersions -- CNL advisory councils -- Creating a value-driven approach to care in a high reliable organization -- Quality care and risk management -- Analyzing and managing data : the CNL role -- Role of informatics and decision support in advancing CNL practice -- Improvement science and team science : links to innovation, efficiency and safety -- Using evidence to guide CNL practice outcomes -- From change to transformation : evidence-based practice in action -- Community resource awareness and networking through advocacy -- The CNL role in health promotion and disease prevention -- The clinical nurse leader transforming acute, specialty, long-term care, and community delivery models -- Creative and meaningful clinical immersions -- Toward achieving desired outcomes : the CNL residency program -- Clinical nurse leadership : creating the vision
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Includes bibliographical references and index

The CNL : past, present, and future -- The CNL : a catalyst for advancing nursing -- Building and sustaining academic, clinical, and community partnerships -- Creating a business case for the CNL role -- Spreading the CNL initiative : an interprofessional microsystems approach -- Effective communication and team collaboration -- The CNL and nurse manager : collaborating and coordinating within the microsystems -- Preparing preceptors for CNL immersions -- CNL advisory councils -- Creating a value-driven approach to care in a high reliable organization -- Quality care and risk management -- Analyzing and managing data : the CNL role -- Role of informatics and decision support in advancing CNL practice -- Improvement science and team science : links to innovation, efficiency and safety -- Using evidence to guide CNL practice outcomes -- From change to transformation : evidence-based practice in action -- Community resource awareness and networking through advocacy -- The CNL role in health promotion and disease prevention -- The clinical nurse leader transforming acute, specialty, long-term care, and community delivery models -- Creative and meaningful clinical immersions -- Toward achieving desired outcomes : the CNL residency program -- Clinical nurse leadership : creating the vision

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