3 edition of Case studies in health care supervision found in the catalog.
Case studies in health care supervision
Charles R. McConnell
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Charles R. McConnell.|
|LC Classifications||RA971.35 .M276 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009026089|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Supervisor --Why this book?--Introduction --Using this book --One more training tool --Case study approach: use and value --Single shortcoming --What the supervisor needs most --Fitting the supervisory role --Supervisor's two hats --Supervisor as professional.
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Chapter 1 This Book and How to Use It 3. A comprehensive collection of case studies that address the fundamentals of first-line management in health care organizations Ideal as a supplement to any text on health care supervision, these case studies bring to life the day-to-day issues faced by health care managers and supervisors working on the front lines to help your students.
Case Studies in Health Care Supervision is a comprehensive collection of case studies that address the fundamentals of first-line management in health care organizations.
Ideal as a supplement to any text on health care supervision, these case studies bring to life the day-to-day issues faced by health care managers and supervisors working. Case Studies in Health Care Supervision. 2nd Edition.
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Includes reflective case studies for discussion and role-play. Practitioners who are receiving and providing supervision, irrespective of their career stage, will find the text and case studies essential reading. Educators will find this book contains a wealth of ideas Format: Paperback.Case Study: Student nurse to staff nurseKim is a newly qualified staff nurse who is working on an acute mental health ward and is near to completing her preceptorship programme.
She acknowledges that she still has much to learn and is finding the transition from student nurse to staff nurse to be much harder than she had anticipated.
Whilst a student nurse she valued the .The following case studies will give you a flavour of the sorts of issues and challenges that a social worker deals with on a day to day basis. They cover three areas of social work - work with adults, with children and families and with young people who have committed offences.
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