Table of contents for Smart nursing : how to create a positive work environment that empowers and retains / by June Fabre.

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Part 1. Why Use Smart Nursing? 			
Chapter 1. Relationships-The Importance of a Staff-Friendly Culture 
Chapter 2. Research-- Alarming Data Supporting Nursing Concerns
Chapter 3. Managers--Raise your Human Resource Investment Return 
Chapter 4. Crisis-Reversing Negative Situations 
Chapter 5. Nurses-What Clinical Nurses Need to Change
Part II The Five Building Blocks of Smart Nursing
Chapter 6. Respect-Learn to Value Nurses
Chapter 7. Simplicity-Simplicity is not Over-simplification
Chapter 8. Flexibility- Be Adaptable 
Chapter 9. Integrity- Integrity Empowers You
Chapter 10. Culture--The Art of Creating a Staff friendly Culture
Part III Applications of Smart Nursing
Chapter 11.Safety--Preventing Medical Errors
Chapter 12.Staffing--Recruiting and Retaining the Best Nurses
Chapter 13 Diversity--The Magic is in the Mix
Chapter 14 Teamwork--Building High Performance Teams
Chapter 15 Leadership-Leading and Mentoring Others
Part IV Benefits to Specific Groups
Chapter 16.Consumers-Satisfying our Customers
Chapter 17 Non-nurses-The Role of Physicians, CEO's and Trustees
Chapter 18.Managed Care-Having it All-Safety, Quality & Cost Control
Part V. The Future
Chapter 19.Education-When you Stop Learning, you stop living
Chapter 20 Opportunities-Turning the Problems into Opportunities.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nursing services -- United States -- Personnel management.
Nursing services -- United States -- Administration.
Nurses -- Supply and demand -- United States.
Nurses -- United States -- Social conditions.
Manpower planning -- United States.
Nursing -- methods.
Nursing -- organization & administration.
Medical Errors -- prevention & control.
Nurse's Role.
Nurse-Patient Relations.
Patient Satisfaction.