An Online Portal to Support the Role of the Nurse Manager

Parry, Juanita
July 2012
Nursing Economic$;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p230
Academic Journal
To encourage retention in nursing administration while building leadership capacity, efforts must be made to support the manager's practice and professional development. Functions and duties of the nurse manager need to be simplified and supplemental development materials need to be readily available. Innovations that organize necessary document templates and ease access to materials that enhance their leadership skills have real value. One institution's innovation to build nurse manager capacity was an online portal for nurse managers. The site offers information that enriches the role of nurse manager and represents one supplemental pathway to continuous leadership development.


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