Principles of Leadership Nurse leaders serve as clinicians, managers, mentors and patient advocates to shape the future of healthcare and have a positive impact on patient care outcomes. Nurses need to successfully collaborate with a number of other disciplines in providing and improving patient care. The focus on safety by the entire healthcare team can prevent poor patient outcomes and avoid wasting valuable healthcare resources. The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the principles of leadership in nursing. In this paper, I will discuss strategies that can be used by nurses who are not in leadership roles to exert leadership, the importance of the nurse’s role on an interdisciplinary team and the learning opportunities...The end:
.....ujr021p69Jt663SKTi34bls%2bOGpNrgVfDw5j7y1%2bVVv8SkeeyzsEivprNPr6azSKTc7Yrr1%2fJV5OvqhPLb9owA&hid=8" o "Root cause analysis in clinical adverse events." Root cause analysis in clinical adverse events. Nursing Management, 16 (9), 16-20. Metcalfe, S.E. (2010). HYPERLINK "http://web.ebscohost.com.library.esc.edu/ehost/viewarticle?data=dGJyMPPp44rp2%2fdV0%2bnjisfk5Ie46bVOsKeyT7Ck63nn5Kx95uXxjL6qrUmvpbBIr6eeSbiotFKvpp5Zy5zyit%2fk8Xnh6ueH7N%2fiVauns0%2bvp69Rtq%2buPurX7H%2b72%2bw%2b4ti7ivjepIzf3btZzJzfhruorkmur65Ktq%2b0PuTl8IXf6rt%2b8%2bLqjOPu8gAA&hid=8" o "Educational innovation: collaborative mentoring for future nursing leaders." Educational innovation: collaborative mentoring for future nursing leaders. Creative Nursing, 16 (4), 167-70.