[Excerpt from] Nursing leadership during crisis
Carolyn Miller Reilly, PhD, RN, CHFN-K, CNE, FAHA, FAAN, is the Director of the Division of Nursing at Berry College in Mt. Berry, Georgia. Barbara Kaplan, RN MSN, is an Instructor at the Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and the Co-Director of the Veteran Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership program. Tim Porter-O'Grady, DM, EdD, ScD(h), APRN, FAAN, FACCWS, is Senior Partner-Health Systems for TPOG Associates LLC and a Clinical Professor at Emory University.
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In times of crisis, like the Covid-19 pandemic, nurse leaders must act immediately but also effectively. Previous disasters, emergencies, and healthcare concerns have taught us distinct lessons and forced managers to adapt—but how do you become a successful leader while battling an extreme crisis that brings fluctuating information every day?
Nursing Leadership During Crisis guides nurse leaders from the Covid-19 pandemic to a mature perspective, integrating theoretical frameworks, ideals, processes, and reflections from those on the front lines. Drawing upon insights learned from the pandemic, authors Carolyn Miller Reilly, Barbara Kaplan, and Tim Porter-O'Grady provide tools for a lifelong journey of development and assimilation of attitudes, skills, and behaviors to help readers establish their own leadership persona and better prepare themselves for future crises.
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