Nursing Leadership 2

1a: Advocacy in the Media Options Menu: Forum

Chapter 6, p. 155, Exercise 6.7. Discuss how you handled any potential conflict between your personal view and the position of the hospital on the issue of staffing ratios. Discuss what you see as the most important aspect of preparing for any interview? What do you believe is the most important point to make in the interview? Explain and support your rationale.

1b: Nagging Uneasiness Options Menu: F3edsxzorum

Read over Learning Exercise 4.4 (Marquis and Huston, 2017 pp.93-94).

1c: Advocacy Roles Options Menu: Forum

Advocacy is defined as “helping others to grow and fulfill their potential.” Discuss the three areas of advocacy (patient, subordinate, and professional advocacy) that are an essential part of the nurse leaders role. Select one of these areas and discuss a situation in which you or a nurse leader provided advocacy in your work setting. How important do you believe Advocacy to be in nursing? Give reasons for your opinion and support them.

1a: Advocacy in the Media Options Menu: Forum

Chapter 6, p. 155, Exercise 6.7. Discuss how you handled any potential conflict between your personal view and the position of the hospital on the issue of staffing ratios. Discuss what you see as the most important aspect of preparing for any interview? What do you believe is the most important point to make in the interview? Explain and support your rationale.

1b: Nagging Uneasiness Options Menu: F3edsxzorum

Read over Learning Exercise 4.4 (Marquis and Huston, 2017 pp.93-94).

1c: Advocacy Roles Options Menu: Forum

Advocacy is defined as “helping others to grow and fulfill their potential.” Discuss the three areas of advocacy (patient, subordinate, and professional advocacy) that are an essential part of the nurse leaders role. Select one of these areas and discuss a situation in which you or a nurse leader provided advocacy in your work setting. How important do you believe Advocacy to be in nursing? Give reasons for your opinion and support them.