At a second negotiation session, the unit manager and staff nurse are unable to reach a resolution. What is the best next action?
Arrange another meeting in a week’s time so as to allow a cooling-off period
Insist that participants continue to talk until a resolution has been reached
Turn the dispute over to the director of nursing
Back the unit manager’s actions and end the dispute
After assessing an older adult patient in long-term care who has been slowly deteriorating for weeks, the nurse manager calls the family and asks them to come in, as the patient is dying. What is the nurse manager’s decision based on?
An established clinical pathway.
Confirmatory scientific evidence.
A family is keeping vigil at a critically ill patient’s bedside. Other, distant family members, not yet able to come, call the unit continuously, asking for updates and wanting to express concern. You speak with the distant family members and suggest that you are going to refer them to the hospital social worker, whose role is to work with people in such situations. What role are you assuming through this action?
As the head of a nursing program, you consistently invite the ideas of your team about innovations in teaching, community partnerships, and curriculum design and invite participation in decisions. Many of these ideas have been implemented successfully, and your staff members are keen to try on other ideas. You are employing _____ leadership.
You recently acquired a position as a unit manager. During your time on the unit, you have formed a strong social network among your staff, have promoted the development of relationships between your staff and workers in other areas of the organization, and have formed relationships that generate ideas from patient organizations and the local nursing education program. According to complexity theory, you are engaging which principle?
Development of networks
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