Table of contents for Educating nurses for leadership / [edited by] Harriet R. Feldman, Martha J. Greenberg.

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Part I: A Model for Educating Future Leaders
Chapter 1: Preparing Nurse Leaders: A Leadership Education Model
Judith A. Lemire
Chapter 2: Leader as Visionary
Jane Aroian
Chapter 3: Leader as Expert
Betsy Frank
Chapter 4: Leader as Achiever
Jacqueline Dienemann
Chapter 5: Leader as Critical Thinker
Judith A. Lemire
Chapter 6: Leader as Communicator
Patricia M. Haynor
Chapter 7: Leader as Mentor
Connie Vance
Part II: Educating with an Academic Focus
Chapter 8: Learning Leadership: Using Art, Literature, and Music as Metaphors
Jacqueline Dienemann, Betsy Frank, and Margaret Patton
Chapter 9: Leadership for the Common Good: A Pilot Program
Nelda Godfrey
Chapter 10: Putting the Pieces together in a Senior Leadership Course: Quilting as a Metaphor
Martha Greenberg, Paula Scharf, and Jane Romm
Chapter 11: Curricular Pathway to Leadership: An Integrated Model
Jewett Johnson, Deborah Garrison, and Debra Morgan
Chapter 12: Using Nursing History to Educate for Leadership 
Sandra B. Lewenson
Chapter 13: Reflective Journaling: Bridging the Theory-Practice Gap
Debra Morgan, Jewett Johnson, and Deborah Garrison
Chapter 14: Commitment to a Vision: Using Parse's Theory to Educate for Leadership
Sandra Ramey and Sandra Bunkers
Chapter 15: Using Cinematic Paradigms to Measure Traditional and Online Student Achievement
Mary Tilbury 
Chapter 16: Teaching Leadership in Community-Based Settings: Film as an Innovative Learning Strategy
Joy Wachs and Joellen Edwards
Chapter 17: Group Process as Pedagogy for Developing Caring Leaders
Linda Wagner
Chapter 18: Educating Future Leaders Using Problem Based Learning
Beverly Williams
Chapter 19: Online Clinical Scenarios to Build Leadership Skills
Connie Wilson
Part III: Educating with a Clinical Focus
Chapter 20: Practice Oriented Leadership Education
Jane Aroian and Jacqueline Dienemann
Chapter 21: Using Shift Coordinators to Teach Leadership Skills Needed for NCLEX-RN
Julia Aucoin and Susan Letvak
Chapter 22: Evidence-Based Practice Projects to Demonstrate Leader as Expert and Achiever
Betsy Frank
Chapter 23: Succession Planning as a Strategy to Prepare Future Leaders 
Helen Green 
Chapter 24: Shadowing with a Leader in Health Care: Opportunity to Increase Leadership Skills
Sheila Grossman
Chapter 25: Practicing Delegation Skills: The Junior-Senior Experience
Janice Jones
Chapter 26: Preparing Nurse Leaders: An Educational Model
Deborah Rastinehad and Patricia Edwards
Chapter 27: Experiential Learning Opportunities: Developing Leadership Skills in Evidence Based Practice
Kay Sackett and Janice Jones
Chapter 28: Developing Leaders through a Capstone Change Project
Lucy Trice, Laura D'Alisera, and John Frank
Chapter 29: Developing Leaders for Developing Nations
Sharon Weinstein
Annotated Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nursing services -- Administration -- Study and teaching.
Nurse administrators -- Education.
Education, Nursing -- methods.
Models, Educational.
Models, Nursing.
Teaching -- methods.