Provides invaluable guidance for nursing graduate students to develop the skills necessary to transform healthcare through leadership within complex healthcare settings.
The award-winning Transformational Leadership in Nursing: From Expert Clinician to Influential Leader guides nursing graduate students and professionals in the development of skills required to fulfill emerging leadership roles in our increasingly complex healthcare system. It provides a wealth of critical information, practical tools, creative vision, and inspiration to help facilitate leadership in a wide variety of settings. This expanded and updated third edition presents current challenges in healthcare and frameworks for becoming a transformational leader during times of change. Expert leaders discuss the tenets of collaborative leadership―networks, influence, and decision-making―as well as the creation of organizational environments and cultures to support practice excellence.
The text will help readers master the skills necessary to work effectively across disciplines and generations; develop and implement strategic plans; design, implement, and evaluate practice models; build cohesive and effective teams; and lead across systems of care to resolve healthcare disparities and improve outcomes. This inspirational text fulfills the DNP Core Competencies, as described in the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice.
New to This Edition:
- Outlines key leadership competencies for effective leadership in complex organizations
- Expands the scope of the healthcare economics and finance section to address the monetization of nursing innovations; expands coverage of population health strategies
- Features Leadership in Action vignettes and reflective questions to help students apply theoretical concepts to their own situations
- Includes updated tools, healthcare paradigms, and leadership inspiration
- Presents cases and reflective questions to help students apply the theoretical content to their own situations and generate discussion across cohorts of students
- Written expressly for APRNs transitioning into leadership roles
- Traces the trajectory from expert clinician to the role of leader in complex organizations and patient populations
- Utilizes Leadership in Action vignettes to highlight real-world application of concepts and strategies
- Provides learning objectives, reflection questions, inspirational quotations from noted leaders, and resources for further learning
- Includes ancillary PowerPoint slides
- Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers
Marion E. Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN, is dean of the School of Nursing, vice chancellor for nursing affairs, and Ruby Wilson Professor of Nursing at Duke University, as well as associate vice president for academic affairs for nursing at Duke University Health System, Durham, North Carolina. Prior to joining Duke, Dr. Broome was dean of the Indiana University School of Nursing and associate vice president for nursing at Indiana University Health, where she was awarded the rank of distinguished professor. Widely regarded as an expert, scholar, and leader in pediatric nursing research and practice, Dr. Broome was funded externally by the American Cancer Society, the National Institutes of Health, and various foundations for two decades. Dr. Broome’s research is published in more than 121 papers in 58 nursing, medicine, and interdisciplinary journals. She also has published seven books and 20 chapters. Dr. Broome is editor in chief of Nursing Outlook, the official journal of the American Academy of Nursing and the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science. She completed a variety of leadership training courses while serving in the Army Nurse Corp, a Management and Leadership in Education Certificate from Harvard University, and the Center for Creative Leadership’s Leading for Organizational Leadership Course.
Elaine Sorensen Marshall, PhD, RN, FAAN, is former Castella Distinguished Professor and chair of the Department of Health Restoration and Care Systems Management at the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing, San Antonio, Texas; former professor and Bulloch Endowed Chair at the School of Nursing at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia; and professor and dean emerita of the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. She has served in national elected and appointed leadership positions for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, the American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN), and the Western Institute of Nursing (WIN). Dr. Marshall has published two books and more than 50 articles and book chapters. She received the New Professional Book Award from the National Council on Family Relations, the Lavinia Dock Award from the AAHN, and the Jo Eleanor Elliott Leadership Award from the WIN.