Please use name: Nancy Long for my name if you need to use it in cover page and the project name Leadership paper. Thanks! These are the instructions for my paper:

Please use name: Nancy Long for my name if you need to use it in cover page and the project name Leadership paper. Thanks!
These are the instructions for my paper:

Leadership Paper

? Creatively write about a nursing leader who greatly influenced your thoughts and nursing practice. You may choose a formal, published and well-known nursing leader/theorist (ex: Patricia Benner, Florence Nightingale, Clara Barton, Jean Watson), or someone you identified during your journey through nursing school.
? No more than 4 and no less than 3 pages using APA, Version 6 are required.
? Use 2-4 references to support your choice, one must be from one of the class texts and one outside of class texts.
? Be sure to relate your choice to components of leadership from the course. This paper should link your opinions about this leader to nursing leadership concepts.
? Include a section that outlines how the nurse leader you?ve chosen will directly impact your nursing career.

Please link chapter 2 from Leading and Management book that I am attaching ?.
LEADING and MANAGING in NURSING Revised Reprint FIFTH edition, Patricia S. Yoder-Wise (Last published in 2014)

As well as 2-3 more additional sources that you might find or use at the end of chapter

I copied ch2 from electronic version. Some of pages messed up because of pictures or graphs. Sorry!

LEADING and MANAGING in NURSING Revised Reprint FIFTH edition, Patricia S. Yoder-Wise (Last published in 2014)

Page # 25 in the book
In any discipline, most practitioners think of a leader as someone with positional authority. Terms such as manager, director, chief, and leader convey positional authority. In healthcare organizations, a hierarchy exists of ?who is in charge.? Realistically, however, every registered nurse is seen by law as a leader?one who has the opportunity and authority to make changes for his or her patients. Even as far back as Florence Nightingale?s era, patient safety was important. She focused on changing the way health care was delivered to make a difference in the outcomes of care for those who served in the Crimean War. Yet, in the United States, it was not until the end of the twentieth century that major efforts refocused on the basic safety and quality outcomes of care for patients. This shift to being consumed with a passion for patient safety is a hallmark of today?s healthcare delivery and the target for the care of tomorrow. This chapter provides an overview of the key thoughts about patient safety as the basis for all aspects of leading and managing in nursing. Patient safety, and subsequently quality of care, is why the public entrusts us with licensure and why we use our passion for caring.
OBJECTIVES ? Identify the key organizations leading patient safety movements in the United States. ? Value the need for a focus on patient safety. ? Apply the concepts of today?s expectations for how patient safety is implemented.
TERMS TO KNOW Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) DNV (Det Norske Veritas) Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)
Institute of Medicine (IOM) Magnet Recognition Program? National Quality Forum (NQF) The Joint Commission
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) TeamSTEPPS (an AHRQ strategy to promote patient safety)
CHAPTER 2 Patient Safety
Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
26 PART 1? Core?Concepts
INTRODUCTION


 

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