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Leadership in health care

Susan Oliver
2006 Musculoskeletal Care  
According to the Royal College of Nursing (2003), leaders in the modern NHS are expected to: 1. Improve the quality of patient care. 2. Influence improvements in the health of the population. 3.  ...  The role of leadership and how changes are implemented can be considered in a multiplicity of ways but a basic analysis would be that of addressing: 1.  ...  Conclusions This overview of leadership focusing on change management identifies issues for nurses and allied health care professionals undertaking new roles and responsibilities in the changing NHS.  ... 
doi:10.1002/msc.17 pmid:17042015 fatcat:vespoxag4jhhnnrrvblqi74oqq

Redefining leadership in health care

T. Treasure
2001 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Redefining leadership in health care Leadership is not the same as browbeating O wad some power the giftie gie us, To see oursels as others see us!  ...  Evidence based organisation design in health care. London: Nuffield Trust, 2000. 12 Bosanquet N, Dixon J, Harvey T, Hunter D, Pollock A, Sang B, et al.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.323.7324.1263 pmid:11731375 pmcid:PMC1121737 fatcat:wpy7qhi4evgthikn36rm7tzrqe

Leadership in interprofessional collaboration in health care

Anne Katrine Folkman, Bodil Tveit, Sidsel Sverdrup
2019 Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare  
There is a need to develop more knowledge on how frontline managers in health care services facilitate the development of new roles and ways of working in interprofessional collaborative efforts and the  ...  Moreover, the social educator's role and competence need clarifications in services that traditionally have been dominated by other clinical and health care professions.  ...  centers and in the municipal health care service.  ... 
doi:10.2147/jmdh.s189199 pmid:30787619 pmcid:PMC6363486 fatcat:7qcgfszgjvbg3dbquyn67ggdl4

Leadership Models in Health Care—A Case for Servant Leadership

Victor F. Trastek, Neil W. Hamilton, Emily E. Niles
2014 Mayo Clinic proceedings  
Methods: In this paper, the concept of servant leadership and its relevance and effectiveness to Medical Services Department (MSD) for the Armed Forces of the Ministry of Defense in Saudi Arabia has been  ...  One of the leadership theories that has attracted attention from scholars, researchers, and practitioners is servant leadership, which has been suggested as quite effective in improving organizational  ...  Trastalk have discussed in detail about the changing aspects of health care and the necessity of leadership in tackling the different issues of health care [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mayocp.2013.10.012 pmid:24486078 fatcat:mqke2fz7xjc2zkwsrodzc5zxwq

Leadership Training in Health Care Action Teams

Elizabeth D. Rosenman, Jamie R. Shandro, Jonathan S. Ilgen, Amy L. Harper, Rosemarie Fernandez
2014 Academic Medicine  
The funding sources had no role in the design and conduct of the study; collection, management, analysis, and interpretation of the data; or preparation, revie\v, or approval of the manuscript.  ...  Arti~les excluded based on title and abstract Articles describing leadership training for health care action teams included in review Selection process used in a systematic review of health care action  ...  Included in a Systematic Review of Leadership Training in Health Care Action Teams, Published Through March 2012• .P.l!  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0000000000000413 pmid:25006708 fatcat:igk5u3fx3zh7fenmqichu2ylpi

Transition In Health Care And Clinical Leadership

Jan Sitvast, Boris Van Zalk, Laura Klarenbeek
2018 Journal of Nursing and Health Studies  
This article is about transitions in life, more in particular the transitions in health and care that are related to these changes.  ...  And how nurses can take clinical leadership to advance patient awareness and engagement and in this way promote self-management.  ...  Method and Purpose In this article we will put forward the proposition that transitions in health and health care need a specific approach from professional nurses for which clinical leadership is necessary  ... 
doi:10.21767/2574-2825.1000035 fatcat:wezhasvjvvebjm6jphctkt4d2u

Health Care Leadership: Educating the Future Health Care Executives: Editor-in-Chief Welcome

David C. Berry
2020 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Luke's Health System) and JJ Wetherington (St. Luke's Health System), who served as the guest editors for this special edition.  ...  A special thank you as well to Kirk Armstrong, EdD, ATC (James Madison University), who also assisted in the development of this particular issue.  ...  Health Care Leadership: Educating the Future Health Care Executives: Editor-in-Chief Welcome.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1501/20003 fatcat:hzeonetrerfb7g3fp6bjb65psq

Health care leadership in an age of change

Maureen Farrell
2003 Australian Health Review  
Health care leadership in an age of change  ...  Challenges facing leadership in health care Rapid changes have occurred in the delivery of health care in the last decade.  ...  Although these changes will cause unrest in the health care environment, this will be mitigated if health care leaders involve health care providers in the design of the change process -then joint ownership  ... 
doi:10.1071/ah030153 pmid:15485387 fatcat:yjiinjzkcbhtnakijkmscpcceu

Improving Ethical Decision Making in Health Care Leadership

Paul Bruning
2013 Business and Economics Journal  
Leadership in health care must work to engage ethical decisionmaking in the patient and physician relationship.  ...  Challenges to health care leadership come from reducing the variation in payments and payers.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2151-6219.1000e101 fatcat:a2cv54zm2vbrfmy6fxmzk7j4wm

Leadership clarity and team innovation in health care

Michael A West, Carol S Borrill, Jeremy F Dawson, Felix Brodbeck, David A Shapiro, Bob Haward
2003 Leadership Quarterly  
For health care teams in particular, and teams in general, the results suggest a need to ensure leadership is clear in teams when innovation is a desirable team performance outcome.  ...  The sample comprised 3,447 respondents from 98 primary health care teams, 113 community mental health teams, and 72 breast cancer care teams.  ...  The research reported here reveals that in specialist health care teams there is a strong relationship between leadership clarity and team processes, and that team processes in turn are strongly associated  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1048-9843(03)00044-4 fatcat:rusyoku52janpd5fbgbcfw7wze

On Globalization and Leadership in Health Care Institutions

Jessie Orlich
1997 International Journal for Quality in Health Care  
The call for leadership of a different kind has never been greater in our health care organizations.  ...  Editorial On Globalization and Leadership in Health Care Institutions As was mentioned in a recent and excellent article in The Economist [1] , it would be pointless to deny that globalization is causing  ... 
doi:10.1093/intqhc/9.4.245 pmid:9304422 fatcat:nfuphaqcincgtizl2okutrcgte

Medical leadership in health care systems: from professional authority to organizational leadership

G. Ross Baker, Jean-Louis Denis
2011 Public Money & Management  
in health care organizations.  ...  Leadership in health care organizations and systems This section looks at the changing views of leadership in contemporary organizations and examines in particular how medical leadership has shifted in  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540962.2011.598349 fatcat:ojecyz2k3retjdkr2wen7ddfie

Perspectives in Primary Care: Values-Driven Leadership is Essential in Health Care

C. P. Herbert
2015 Annals of Family Medicine  
We can provide EDITORIAL Perspectives in Primary Care: Values-Driven Leadership is Essential in Health Care opportunities for participation in real-life change situations within hospitals, outpatient practices  ...  [1] [2] [3] Because of their training and experience as generalists who deal with undifferentiated illness, family physicians are particularly suited to leadership in current health care environments  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.1877 pmid:26553889 pmcid:PMC4639375 fatcat:o2s4xczmkjagxgpni4ovly7vwa

The Concept of Leadership in the Health Care Sector [chapter]

Reuben Olugbenga Ayeleke, Annette Dunham, Nicola North, Katharine Wallis
2018 Leadership  
Leadership in the health care sector is spread across management and clinical workforces, creating peculiar challenges.  ...  Effective leadership is required to lead and drive changes at all levels of the health system to actualise the goals of the ongoing reforms in health care organisations.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Derryl Hayman, the Subject Librarian for Population Health and Exercise Sciences, University of Auckland, for her assistance with database search.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.76133 fatcat:bjiw37hfyjdnpnsqkagmuht6rm

Jill Barr and Lesley Dowding: Leadership in Health Care

Wolfgang Böcking
2009 Journal of Public Health  
Leadership in Health Care gives students or young professionals a first impression of leadership in general.  ...  Barr and Dowding treat the subject of leadership in health care in three main parts: the individual, the team and the organisation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10389-008-0232-7 fatcat:iruaacd6avh5hctlextapks7my
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