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Charge nurses/frontline leaders, across the globe, are the first line of leadership for both patients and staff. This evidenced-based course will play a crucial role in the charge nurse/frontline leaders role in the organization.
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Reports from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) have emphasized that leadership is essential to achieving goals related to quality care1 and patient safety.2 Leadership is expected from individuals at all levels of an organization, from the executive suite to those working directly with patients.
Leadership is also expected regardless of where care is delivered—inpatient units. The establishment of a healthy work environment requires strong nursing leadership at all levels of the organization, but especially at the point of care or unit level where most front line staff work and patient care is delivered.
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