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看護におけるリーダーシップの役割と管理機能(第10版)

Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing : Theory and Application,

10 PAP/PSC

Marquis, Bessie L.   Huston, Carol J.

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2020/01
747 p. 25 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781975139216
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KCN: 1035820094
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This landmark 10th Edition reflects the most current practices and clinical priorities in nursing leadership and management, including updated coverage of quality and safety, the influence and use of technology, workplace violence, change management and more. prev. ed.: 2017.

Table of Contents

Unit I The Critical Triad: Decision Making, 1 (82)
Management, and Leadership
1 Decision Making, Problem Solving, Critical 2 (33)
Thinking, and Clinical Reasoning: Requisites
for Successful Leadership and Management
Decision Making, Problem Solving, Critical 3 (2)
Thinking, and Clinical Reasoning
Vicarious Learning to Increase 5 (2)
Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills
Theoretical Approaches to Problem Solving 7 (5)
and Decision Making
Critical Elements in Problem Solving and 12 (5)
Decision Making
Individual Variations in Decision Making 17 (2)
Overcoming Individual Vulnerability in 19 (1)
Decision Making
Decision Making in Organizations 20 (2)
Decision-Making Tools 22 (3)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 25 (1)
Functions in Decision Making
Key Concepts 26 (1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 27 (8)
Applications
2 Classical Views of Leadership and Management 35 (25)
Managers 38 (1)
Leaders 38 (2)
Historical Development of Management Theory 40 (4)
Historical Development of Leadership Theory 44 (8)
(1900 to Present)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 52 (1)
Functions
Key Concepts 53 (1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 54 (6)
Applications
3 Twenty-First-Century Thinking About 60 (23)
Leadership and Management
New Thinking About Leadership and Management 63 (11)
Transition From Industrial Age Leadership 74 (3)
to Relationship Age Leadership
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 77 (1)
Functions in the 21st Century
Key Concepts 78 (1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 78 (5)
Applications
Unit II Foundation for Effective Leadership and 83 (80)
Management: Ethics, Law, and Advocacy
4 Ethical Issues 84 (25)
Moral Issues Faced by Nurses 86 (2)
Ethical Frameworks for Decision Making 88 (1)
Principles of Ethical Reasoning 89 (4)
Codes of Ethics and Professional Standards 93 (2)
Ethical Problem Solving and Decision Making 95 (4)
Working Toward Ethical Behavior as the Norm 99 (3)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 102(1)
Functions in Ethics
Key Concepts 103(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 104(5)
Applications
5 Legal and Legislative Issues 109(27)
Sources of Law 111(1)
Types of Laws and Courts 112(2)
Legal Doctrines and the Practice of Nursing 114(1)
Professional Negligence (Malpractice) 114(4)
Extending the Liability 118(3)
Incident Reports and Adverse Event Forms 121(1)
Intentional Torts 121(1)
Other Legal Responsibilities of the Manager 122(6)
Legal Considerations of Managing a Diverse 128(1)
Workforce
Professional Versus Institutional Licensure 129(1)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 130(1)
Functions in Legal and Legislative Issues
Key Concepts 131(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 132(4)
Applications
6 Patient, Subordinate, Workplace, and 136(27)
Professional Advocacy
Becoming an Advocate 138(1)
Patient Advocacy 138(6)
Patient Rights 144(3)
Subordinate and Workplace Advocacy 147(2)
Whistleblowing as Advocacy 149(2)
Professional Advocacy 151(5)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 156(1)
Functions in Advocacy
Key Concepts 156(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 157(6)
Applications
Unit III Roles and Functions in Planning 163(132)
7 Organizational Planning 164(26)
Visioning: Looking to the Future 165(5)
Proactive Planning 170(2)
Strategic Planning at the Organizational 172(3)
Level
Organizational Planning: The Planning 175(1)
Hierarchy
Vision and Mission Statements 176(1)
Organizational Philosophy 177(3)
Societal Philosophies and Values Related to 180(1)
Health Care
Individual Philosophies and Values 180(2)
Goals and Objectives 182(2)
Policies and Procedures 184(1)
Rules 185(1)
Overcoming Barriers to Planning 185(1)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 186(1)
Functions in Planning
Key Concepts 186(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 187(3)
Applications
8 Planned Change 190(21)
Lewin's Change Theory of Unfreezing, 192(3)
Movement, and Refreezing
Lewin's Change Theory of Driving and 195(1)
Restraining Forces
A Contemporary Adaptation of Lewin's 196(1)
Model
Classic Change Strategies 196(3)
Resistance: The Expected Response to Change 199(1)
Planned Change as a Collaborative Process 200(1)
The Leader-Manager as a Role Model During 201(1)
Planned Change
Organizational Change Associated With 202(2)
Nonlinear Dynamics
Organizational Aging: Change as a Means of 204(1)
Renewal
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 205(1)
Functions in Planned Change
Key Concepts 206(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 206(5)
Applications
9 Time Management 211(26)
Three Basic Steps to Time Management 212(11)
Personal Time Management 223(3)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 226(1)
Functions in Time Management
Key Concepts 227(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 228(9)
Applications
10 Fiscal Planning and Health-Care 237(33)
Reimbursement
Balancing Cost and Quality 239(1)
Responsibility Accounting 240(1)
Budget Basics 241(4)
Types of Budgets 245(3)
Budgeting Methods 248(3)
Critical Pathways and Variance Analysis 251(1)
Health-Care Reimbursement 251(1)
Medicare and Medicaid 252(1)
The Prospective Payment System 253(1)
Managed Care 254(6)
Health-Care Reform Efforts: The Patient 260(3)
Protection and Affordable Care Act. What
Comes Next?
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 263(1)
Functions in Fiscal Planning
Key Concepts 263(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 264(6)
Applications
11 Career Planning and Development in Nursing 270(25)
Career Stages 271(3)
Justifications for Career Development 274(1)
Individual Responsibility for Career 275(1)
Development
The Organization's Role in Employee 275(2)
Career Development
Career Coaching 277(1)
Management Development 278(2)
Promotion: A Career Management Tool 280(2)
Continued Competency as Part of Career 282(3)
Development
Professional Specialty Certification 285(1)
Reflective Practice and the Professional 285(2)
Portfolio
Career Planning and the New Graduate Nurse 287(2)
Resume Preparation 289(1)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 290(1)
Functions in Career Planning and Development
Key Concepts 291(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 292(3)
Applications
Unit IV Roles and Functions in Organizing 295(80)
12 Organizational Structure 296(29)
Formal and Informal Organizational Structure 297(1)
Organizational Theory and Bureaucracy 298(2)
Components of Organizational Structure 300(5)
Limitations of Organization Charts 305(1)
Types of Organizational Structures 305(3)
Decision Making Within the Organizational 308(1)
Hierarchy
Stakeholders 309(1)
Organizational Culture 309(3)
Shared Governance: Organizational Design 312(2)
for the 21st Century
Magnet Designation and Pathway to Excellence 314(3)
Committee Structure in an Organization 317(1)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 318(2)
Functions Associated With Organizational
Structure
Key Concepts 320(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 321(4)
Applications
13 Organizational, Political, and. Personal 325(27)
Power
Understanding Power 327(3)
The Authority-Power Gap 330(3)
Empowering Subordinates 333(2)
Mobilizing the Power of the Nursing 335(1)
Profession
An Action Plan for Increasing Professional 336(2)
Power in Nursing
Strategies for Building a Personal Power 338(4)
Base
The Politics of Power 342(3)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 345(1)
Functions When Using Authority and Power in
Organizations
Key Concepts 346(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 347(5)
Applications
14 Organizing Patient Care 352(23)
Traditional Models of Patient Care 353(8)
Organization
Interprofessional/Multidisciplinary 361(1)
Health-Care Teams
Case Management 362(4)
Selecting the Optimum Mode of Organizing 366(2)
Patient Care
New Roles in the Changing Health-Care 368(1)
Arena: Nurse Navigators and Clinical
Nurse-Leaders
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 369(1)
Functions in Organizing Patient Care
Key Concepts 370(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 371(4)
Applications
Unit V Roles and Functions in Staffing 375(92)
15 Employee Recruitment, Selection, 376(33)
Placement, and Indoctrination
Predicting Staffing Needs 379(1)
Is a Nursing Shortage Looming? 380(1)
Supply and Demand Factors Leading to a 380(2)
Potential Nursing Shortage
Recruitment 382(2)
Interviewing as a Selection Tool 384(6)
Tips for the Interviewee 390(2)
Selection 392(5)
Placement 397(2)
Indoctrination 399(3)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 402(1)
Functions in Employee Recruitment,
Selection, Placement, and Indoctrination
Key Concepts 403(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 404(5)
Applications
16 Educating and Socializing Staff in a 409(27)
Learning Organization
The Learning Organization 410(3)
Staff Development 413(1)
Learning Theories 414(4)
Assessing Staff Development Needs 418(1)
Evaluation of Staff Development Activities 419(1)
Shared Responsibility for Implementing 420(1)
Evidence-Based Practice
Socialization and Resocialization 420(8)
Overcoming Motivational Deficiencies 428(1)
Coaching as a Teaching Strategy 429(1)
Meeting the Educational Needs of a 430(1)
Culturally Diverse Staff
Integrating Leadership and Management in 431(1)
Team Building Through Socializing and
Educating Staff in a Learning Organization
Key Concepts 432(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 433(3)
Applications
17 Staffing Needs and Scheduling Policies 436(31)
Management's Responsibilities in 438(1)
Meeting Staffing Needs
Centralized and Decentralized Staffing 439(1)
Staffing and Scheduling Options 440(4)
Workload Measurement Tools 444(4)
The Relationship Between Nursing Care 448(1)
Hours, Staffing Mix, and Quality of Care
Should Minimum Registered Nurse to Patient 449(3)
Staffing Ratios Be Mandated?
Establishing and Maintaining Effective 452(1)
Staffing Policies
Generational Considerations for Staffing 453(2)
The Impact of Nursing Staff Shortages on 455(1)
Staffing
Fiscal and Ethical Accountability for 456(1)
Staffing
Developing Staffing and Scheduling Policies 457(1)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 458(1)
Functions in Staffing and Scheduling
Key Concepts 459(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 460(7)
Applications
Unit VI Roles and Functions in Directing 467(150)
18 Creating a Motivating Climate 468(25)
Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation 470(2)
Motivational Theory 472(6)
Strategies for Creating a Motivating Climate 478(6)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 484(1)
Functions in Creating a Motivating Climate
at Work
Key Concepts 485(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 486(7)
Applications
19 Organizational, Interpersonal, and Group 493(33)
Communication in Team Building
The Communication Process 496(1)
Variables Affecting Organizational 497(1)
Communication
Organizational Communication Strategies 498(2)
Communication Modes 500(1)
Elements of Nonverbal Communication 501(3)
Verbal Communication Skills 504(3)
Listening Skills 507(1)
Written Communication Within the 508(2)
Organization
Technology as a Tool in Contemporary 510(3)
Organizational Communication
Communication, Confidentiality, and Health 513(1)
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Electronic Health Records 514(1)
Group Communication 515(1)
Group Dynamics 516(2)
Communication and Team Building 518(1)
Integrating Leadership and Management in 519(1)
Organizational, Interpersonal, and Group
Communication in Team Building
Key Concepts 520(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 521(5)
Applications
20 Delegation 526(29)
Delegating Effectively 528(5)
Common Delegation Errors 533(2)
Delegation as a Function of Professional 535(5)
Nursing
Subordinate Resistance to Delegation 540(2)
Delegating to a Multicultural Work Team 542(2)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 544(1)
Functions in Delegation
Key Concepts 545(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 546(9)
Applications
21 Conflict, Workplace Violence, and 555(31)
Negotiation
The History of Conflict Management 557(2)
Intergroup, Intrapersonal, and 559(1)
Interpersonal Conflict
The Conflict Process 560(1)
Conflict Management 561(3)
Managing Unit Conflict 564(1)
Bullying, Incivility, Mobbing, and 565(5)
Workplace Violence
Negotiation 570(6)
Alternative Dispute Resolution 576(1)
Seeking Consensus 576(1)
Integrating Leadership Skills and 577(1)
Management Functions in Managing Conflict
Key Concepts 578(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 579(7)
Applications
22 Collective Bargaining, Unionization, and 586(31)
Employment Laws
Unions and Collective Bargaining 588(1)
Historical Perspective of Unionization in 589(2)
America
Union Representation of Nurses 591(1)
American Nurses Association and Collective 592(1)
Bargaining
Employee Motivation to Join or Reject Unions 593(3)
Averting the Union 596(2)
Union-Organizing Strategies 598(1)
Steps to Establish a Union 599(1)
The Managers' Role During Union 599(2)
Organizing
The Nurse as Supervisor: Eligibility for 601(1)
Protection Under the National Labor
Relations Act
Employment Legislation 602(9)
State Health Facilities Licensing Boards 611(1)
Integrating Leadership Skills and 611(1)
Management Functions When Working With
Collective Bargaining, Unionization, and
Employment Laws
Key Concepts 612(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 613(4)
Applications
Unit VII Roles and Functions in Controlling 617(102)
23 Quality Control in Creating a Culture of 618(37)
Patient Safety
Defining Quality Health Care 621(1)
Quality Control as a Systematic 622(3)
Process/FOCUS PDCA
The Development of Standards 625(1)
Audits as a Quality Control Tool 626(3)
Standardized Nursing Languages 629(1)
Quality Improvement Models 630(1)
Who Should Be Involved in Quality Control? 631(1)
Quality Measurement as an Organizational 632(1)
Mandate
Professional Standards Review Organizations 632(1)
The Prospective Payment System 632(1)
The Joint Commission 633(3)
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services 636(2)
National Committee for Quality Assurance 638(1)
National Database of Nursing Quality 638(1)
Indicators
Report Cards 639(1)
Medical Errors: An Ongoing Threat to 639(1)
Quality of Care
The Leapfrog Group 640(3)
Six Sigma Approach and Lean Manufacturing 643(1)
Reforming the Medical Liability System 643(1)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 644(2)
Functions With Quality Control
Key Concepts 646(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 647(8)
Applications
24 Performance Appraisal 655(27)
Using the Performance Appraisal to Motivate 657(2)
Employees
Strategies to Ensure Accuracy and Fairness 659(3)
in the Performance Appraisal
Performance Appraisal Tools 662(9)
Planning the Performance Appraisal Interview 671(1)
Overcoming Appraisal Interview Difficulties 671(4)
Performance Management 675(1)
Coaching: A Mechanism for Informal 675(1)
Performance Appraisal
When Employees Appraise Their 676(1)
Manager's Performance
Leadership Skills and Management Functions 677(1)
in Conducting Performance Appraisals
Key Concepts 677(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 678(4)
Applications
25 Problem Employees: Rule Breakers, Marginal 682(37)
Employees, and the Chemically or
Psychologically Impaired
Constructive Versus Destructive Discipline 684(2)
Self-Discipline and Group Norms 686(1)
Fair and Effective Rules 687(1)
Discipline as a Progressive Process 688(4)
Disciplinary Strategies for the Manager 692(2)
Disciplining the Unionized Employee 694(2)
The Disciplinary Conference 696(2)
The Termination Conference 698(1)
Grievance Procedures 699(1)
Transferring Employees 700(1)
The Marginal Employee 701(1)
The Chemically Impaired Employee 702(3)
Recognizing the Chemically Impaired Employee 705(8)
Integrating Leadership Roles and Management 713(1)
Functions When Dealing With Problem
Employees
Key Concepts 713(1)
Additional Learning Exercises and 714(5)
Applications
Appendix Solutions to Selected Learning 719(10)
Exercises
Index 729