BSc Nursing - Adult
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The purpose of this report was to analyse the management systems on a Urology ward. The report explored four key areas, very briefly due to the word constraint. The four key areas were managing the service, managing people, managing resources and managing information. The ward staff were fully committed to the team nursing approach to care delivery and this facilitated efficient and organised care delivery.
In the past, nursing was an amorphous and unrecognized engagement that was often left at the discretion of close family members and relatives of patients. However, after the efforts of Florence Nightingale, it was recognized as a fully-fledged profession and was integrated into the healthcare system. As the profession grew in stature, concepts such as nurse leadership and nurse management emerged. A layperson may use the two concepts are interchangeable. However, within the healthcare context, these two concepts have some key differences that set them apart.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Many more patients are seeking health care. Mary Force concludes one of the most serious issues facing healthcare delivery is the nursing shortage. It is estimated the current shortage of registered nurses will be , by the year Force, There is inadequate nursing staff to meet the heavy demands of the current patient climate seen in acute care hospitals today.