|aLeadership in health care /|cJill Barr and Lesley Dowding.
|aLondon :|bSage Publications,|c2016.
|ax, 319 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aPart 1. The individual. Nature of leadership -- What makes a leader? -- Culture, diversity and values -- Theories of leadership -- Part 2. The team. Team life -- Interdisciplinary and interprofessional working -- Communication and leadership -- Problem solving -- Managing conflict -- Emotional intelligence -- Part 3. The organisation. Theory of organisational life -- Quality -- Leadership for change.
|a'Leadership In Health Care' addresses the need for leading skilled and evidence-based care within the context of a performance-measured health service.
內容簡介top Leadership in Health Care 簡介 This bestselling book seamlessly brings together the seminal theories of leadership with the experience of everyday health care across all settings.Key features of the text are:- a website with: password-protectedteaching resources to save lecturers time in preparing teaching materials;videos which are freely available to students to help develop their understanding of difficult concepts; andmultiple-choice questions to support students' revision - reflective questions which challenge students to apply the theory to everyday health care- illustrations of leadership models- discussion of a range of key topics, including change management, decision-making and patient safety. This Third Edition has also been updated with new information on the implications of the Francis Report, globalization and team-working.