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Theories, Processes and Practice. Rebecca A. Patronis Jones, DNSc, RN, CNAA, BC. Chancellor and Professor West Suburban College of Nursing Oak Park, IL. Davis Company 1915 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 ww. adavis. Any practice described in this book should be applied by the reader in accordance with professional standards of care used in regard to the unique circumstances that may apply in each situation. Nursing leadership and management : theories, processes, and practice, by Rebecca Patronis Jones. p. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Comments: (7)

Raelin
When such a book as this is sorely needed, it's a disappoint when it doesn't deliver. Although the book touches upon most of the topical issues in nursing leadership and management, it fails to provide the depth of understanding needed for leaders and managers. This might be alright if it provided adequate case studies, examples and resources from which the aspiring nurse could study and learn independently or in consort with others. However, it doesn't. I think the problem is intensified by the lack of emphasis on the fact that to truly be an effective nursing leader and manager, one must continue to learn and grow. Black box thinking doesn't work and is not applicable to an arena that requires cogent decision making, and responsibility for others. In these times when nurses are quickly educated, licensed, recruited, freed to practice, then very quickly launched into managerial positions simply due to demand, they are too frequently inclined to fall back on the thin elements of their nursing textbooks that failed to mention that much more knowledge is needed - and this is one of those books.
Anardred
This was a very helpful book in explaining delegation and nursing leadership.
Fesho
I bought this textbook 'used' however it appears a CD should have accompanied it, but the sleeve along the back of the book is empty?? I didn't see anything in the description stating the CD is not included. Disappointed.
Bele
can understand the book very well
Zavevidi
Thank you.
Lightbinder
My remarks are confined to the short sections where the relative merits of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole are described, not the book as a whole (I am an expert on Nightingale and Seacole, a social scientist, not a nurse). The Nightingale section has her a “chapter star,” for Power, Politics and Policy, where she indeed belongs. However, Nightingale was not a member of either of the commissions referred to, but was a major player in shaping their membership, and analyzing data for them. Unhappily, the book includes no discussion of her significant role in mentoring nurses, sending out nursing leaders around the world (including significantly the United States), reforming hospitals and developing the principles of environmental health. Given that access to health care is still such an issue in the United States, it is unfortunate that there is no reference to Nightingale’s vision of quality care for all, including those who could not pay for it. She said this in 1864!
Curiously, Nursing Leadership and Management also has a section on Mary Seacole, who ran a restaurant/bar/store/takeaway and catering service for officers during the Crimean War, and never worked in a hospital at all--not one day! She called herself a “doctress” rather than a nurse, and never taught or mentored a nurse or even gave the details of her various herbal treatments (the one for which she did give details includes mercury chloride and lead acetate). True, Seacole has been described as a “black Nightingale,” but this is misleading. The book is wrong in stating that she was “repeatedly rejected” due to her skin color and social constraints--we simply do not know why she was rejected. We do know that Seacole never submitted the required application (they are available at the U.K. National Archives) and that she lacked the required hospital experience. Her restaurant/store etc. was not for “battle-fatigued soldiers” but for officers. Moreover, Seacole missed the first three, major, battles of the war and their battle-fatigued soldiers--she was busy in London attending to her unprofitable gold stocks, as she herself explained in her fine memoir, Wonderful Adventures of Mrs Seacole in Many Lands (71-74). Nor did she win “some of the highest medals of honor: the Crimean Medal, the Legion of Honour, and a Turkish medal,” although this is often said. Seacole has become a political correctness cause, but if you look at what she said, quite a different story emerges. In her memoir, she never claimed to have won any medals. She was a fine, decent person, and her adventures are most enjoyable to read--but this hardly constitutes nursing leadership. Refutations of erroneous claims for Seacole, and some published articles on her, are available at www.maryseacole.info/
Finally, there were many other nursing leaders you could have discussed. Nightingale worked with many to bring in the new profession. Why not give them some coverage?
IGOT
As expected, this textbook is dense with common sense concepts assigned formal nursing 'terminology' that helps to defend nursing as an academic subject. Unfortunately, this title is poorly organized, both thematically and even with layout. This is little more than a collection of disparate themes derived from other books: a bit of business management, some community health, even a smattering of microbiology. The writing style is pedestrian. End of chapter exercises include meaningless open ended questions ("Let's talk....) and NCLEX "style" questions. There is no answer key! And these questions resemble the NCLEX only in multiple choice form. The authors of this book are dispassionate writers, and I disposed of my textbook the moment my course was over. Save yourself the time, money, and frustration of reading this book. Take the key terms and utilize Google and Wiki searches. They will be equally relevant, accurate, and inspiring.
Great book, except that the NCLEX questions at the end of each chapter doesnt have correct answers for them anywhere in the book. So one doesnt know if he or she answered the questions correctly.
Nursing Leadership and Management: Theories, Processes and Practice download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Rebecca Patronis Jones DNSc RN CNAA BC
ISBN: 0803613628
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: F.A. Davis Company; 1 edition (February 19, 2007)
Pages: 452 pages