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Leaders may escape degree demand


Nurse Leaders not only need to be as equally qualified as the nurses they are leading but to be qualified to an even higher level. I could not respect someone trying to tell me what to do or 'lead' me if they were less qualified than I am. After all, to be effective in making policy decisions and to sit on boards requires a high level of education and understanding. Similarly in Clinical Leadership roles, the 'Leader' needs to the most effective clinician backed up by the knowledge that experience and higher education brings. Dr Peter Carter is a prime example

Posted date

14 September, 2010

Posted time

10:02 am