Table of contents for Handbook of nursing leadership : creative skills for a culture of safety / Jeri A. Milstead, Elizabeth Furlong.

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Preface
Acknowledgements
Part I	Leadership
	Chapter 1: Leadership
Part II	A Culture of Safety
Chapter 2: Definitions
Chapter 3: Don't blame the Victim of the Whistleblower
Chapter 4: Mediation
Chapter 5:Forgiveness
Chapter 6:Near Misses
Part III Using Those Communications Skills You 
	Learned In Psych Nursing
	Chapter 7:Power
	Chapter 8:Nonviolent Communication
	Chapter 9: Collaboration
Chapter 10: Negotiation
Part IV Sticky Wickets: Delegation and Documentation
	Chapter 11: Legal Implications
	Chapter 12:Legal Definitions: Practical Implications
	Chapter 13: Documentation: The Bottom Line
		Section A- Electronic Documentation
Section B- Personal Notes
Section C- How to Cope with a Ton of Data: Sensory Overload
Chapter 14: Ethical Dilemmas
Section A- Organizational Culture
		Section B- Evidence-based Practice
Part V A Career Trajectory of Leadership
	Chapter 15: Transitioning from Student to New Grad
	Chapter 16: Professional Organizations
	Chapter 17: Unions--the Good, the Bad, the Ugly
	Chapter 18: Moving Forward--Back to Graduate School
Part VI. Golden Ops--Opportunities for Professional Nurses
	Chapter 19: Introduction
	Chapter 20: Hospital, Direct Care
	Chapter 21: Hospital, Non-Direct Care
	Chapter 22:Non-Hospital, Direct Care
	Chapter 23: Non-Hospital, Non-Direct Care
	Chapter 24:Entrepreneur
	Chapter 25: Policy, Administration, Organizations, Boards
	Chapter 26: Volunteers and Nursing-Related
	Appendix 6A: Career Opportunities in Nursing, Part 2
	Appendix 6B: Additional Resources
	Appendix 6C: Additional Tables 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nursing services -- Administration.
Nurse administrators.
Leadership.
Nursing, Supervisory.
Communication.
Leadership.
Nurse Administrators -- organization & administration.