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Developing leadership in nursing: the impact of education and training.

Curtis, Elizabeth A; Sheerin, Fintan K; Vries, Jan de.
Br J Nurs; 20(6): 344, 346, 348 Passim, 2011.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-21471889

Resumen

This is the second of two articles on developing leadership in nursing; this article explores the role and impact of training and education on nursing leadership. Nursing leadership education has been identified as much needed, and can be provided by universities (at Masters, diploma and certificate levels), healthcare organizations or hospitals. Research demonstrates that where leadership has been effectively taught and integrated into nursing, it has a positive impact on nurses' leadership skills and practice. It is suggested that healthcare organizations continue to develop and support leadership training, while also seeking ways of maintaining and promoting leadership development in practice.