Nursing

Importance of nursing professional development specialists to implementing shared decision-making

Briefings on Evidence-Based Staff Development (formerly The Staff Educator), July 1, 2010

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R.G. Hess wrote that “Nursing shared governance  is a managerial innovation that legitimizes nurses’ control over practice, while extending their influence into administrative areas previously controlled only by  managers” (1998). Shared governance in the healthcare  setting consists of formal organizational structures, such as committees or councils, that address issues such as practice, management, quality, and education (Hess, 2004). 

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