Application of management principles and functions to nursing (the nurse as a manager)

Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

Open Access

Application of management principles and functions to nursing (the nurse as a manager)

Joint Event on International Conference on Advanced Nursing & Neonatal Nursing

September 10-11, 2019 | Prague, Czech Republic

Azubueze Ezinwa Olueze

University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Nigeria

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Nurs Care

Abstract :

Application of management principles and functions to nursing (the nurse as a manager). Management as a practical, everyday activity is everybody’s business. Management in all businesses and structure activities, is that the act of coordinative the efforts of individuals to accomplish desired goals and objectives exploitation obtainable resources expeditiously and effectively . The professional nurse in this world of technological changes is seen not only as a care giver but also as a manager of resources. This topic is based on the premise that all nurses irrespective of their primary role as care givers must assume responsibilities for administrative and managerial roles. The managerial roles expected of the nurses are multifaceted. Which this topic will go deep to review the magerial roles: planning, recruiting, budgeting, organizing, implementing, supervising, monitoring, coordinating, motivating, and evaluating performances of subordinate Article appearance to the future of educational progression in nursing. information collected since 2010 show that nursesÔ?? education levels are advancing which registered nurses more and more have a bachelor’s degree or higher. however there’s still work to do, says a brand new article revealed by education specialists at the middle to Champion Nursing in America, AN initiative of aarp Foundation, AARP, and also the robert Wood Johnson Foundation. CCNA runs the longer term of nursing: campaign for action, an initiative of these same organizations. “putting strategy into action: fast progress in seamless educational progression” proposes ways to implement academic progression models, ways that to accelerate progress, and different solutions to challenges still long-faced. The article was written by mary Sue Gorski, PhD, RN, a CCNA advisor, and Patricia Polansky, MS, RN, director of program development and implementation at CCNA . Nursing Outlook published the article, which is behind a paywall.

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