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Why management skills are a priority for nurses



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Newly qualified nurses and new nurse managers are often expected to hit the ground running with no management training. The author of our free article this week argues that management skills are as important as leadership skills for nurses.

After reading the article consider:

  • How would you define management and leadership?
  • How should nurses be prepared for management?
  • What would you include in a framework for nurse managers?

Eileen Shepherd, Clinical Commissioning Editor


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