Nurses are Leaders


    CHECK ATTACH FILE  : Larsson, I. E., & Sahlsten, M. J. M. (2016). The staff nurse clinical leader at the bedside: Swedish registered nurses’ perceptions. Nursing Research and Practice, 2016 doi:  The Staff Nurse Clinical Leader at the Bedside- Swedish Registered Nurses’ Perceptions.pdf The Staff Nurse Clinical Leader at the Bedside- Swedish Registered Nurses’ Perceptions.pdf – Alternative Formats 

    CHECK ATTACH FILE  : Downey, M., Parslow, S., & Smart, M. (2011). The hidden treasure in nursing leadership: Informal leaders. Journal of Nursing Management, 19(4), 517-521. doi:
Hidden treasure informal leaders.pdf Hidden treasure informal leaders.pdf – Alternative Formats 

B.)    Review:

    Nurses as Leaders. (2017, June 6). [Video]. YouTube.

    Nurses: Their Vital Role in Transforming Healthcare. (2014, November 16).

    Nurses as Leaders- COVID 19. (2020, May 27). YouTube.

    Healthcares Top Innovators: Nurses: One-Minute Version. (2018, December 3). [Video]. YouTube.

2. Individual discussion posts (2)-Answer the two questions below

1. Larsson & Sahlsen (2016) identified 5 descriptive categories that describe registered nurses perceptions of what it entails to be a leader at the beside in patient care.  Read the article included and reflect on the 5 descriptive categories while contemplating your own role in your current position. Do you believe this article provides an accurate representation of leadership at the bedside?  Please support your answer with evidence including personal experiences.

2. Reflective practice in health care is a tool nurses can use to gain insight into self-knowledge and growth (Palmer, 2007). Reflection provides focused opportunities to discover personal meanings gained from professional nursing educational courses and interaction with peers and faculty.
Please reflect and thoughtfully respond to your initial response to the introductory question, What do you hope to learn from this course?

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