Written by Heather M. Monaghan
The first new nursing role in 35 years!
The model Transforming Practice, Transforming Care™ provides the reader with a practical framework to implement the Clinical Nurse Leader role in any work environment. Based upon four key areas of expertise and functionality, and recognizing the responsibilities a CNL has for adding to the professional development of themselves and those with whom they work, this book offers practical tips and tools to help transition the CNL role from concept to reality as a ‘point of care’ clinician, working alongside direct caregivers, members of interdisciplinary teams, and other partners and colleagues who provide the unit/department leadership.
This book is an essential resource for all existing and aspiring Clinical Nurse Leaders, for educators involved in preparing CNL graduates, for all senior nursing leaders who are considering or have already implemented this role, and for anyone who just wants to find out more about this exciting next step in professional nursing.
- Introducing the Clinical Nurse Leader
- A Model for the Clinician at the Point of Care
- Leadership & Change
- Interdisciplinary Relationships
- Knowledge Transfer
- Outcomes Management
- Clinician at the Point of Care
- Professional Development
- Successes, Challenges, & Opportunities for the CNL