Nursing Chapter 15 Homework The Delegator Must Analyze And Evaluate

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Chapter 15 Evidence-Based Practice Questions
This activity contains 3 questions.
Evidence for Effective Leadership and Management
Citation: Matthews, J. (2010). When does delegating make you a supervisor? The Online
Journal of Issues in Nursing, 15(2). Retrieved from
Overview: Delegation is associated with supervision, and this can be complicated when a
nurse is working in a healthcare organization that is unionized. This article examines the
issues of delegation and supervision and their association with the National Labor
Relations Act and the National Labor Relations Board.
Application: When working in an environment where there are unions, nurses need to
understand the implications of their actions, particularly in relation to supervision. This
discussion provides information about this topic with response examples. It also
illustrates how this issue can impact legal decisions.
Why are supervision and delegation a concern?
What does the author say about charge nurses and their management decisions?
How are nursing organizations involved in increasing the understanding of delegation
and how this process impacts other aspects of care?
Finkelman, Leadership and Management for Nurses: Core Competencies for Quality Care, 3e
[Answer may vary] Monitoring progress of a delegable task, activity, or project can be
difficult. Too much or too little monitoring may get in the way of success. Figure 15-1
[Answers may vary] In summary, the charge nurse is responsible for the coordination and
[Answers may vary] The ANA and the NCSBN in their joint statement identify the key
delegation principles applicable to all registered nurses. (See Figure 15-1.) These two
Finkelman, Leadership and Management for Nurses: Core Competencies for Quality Care, 3e

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