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Join the Nursing Times Leadership Academy

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Nursing Times is launching a new leadership and management section in January 2011, which will offer tips to help you improve your management style and manage your team, ward and practice more effectively.

We’d like your help to choose the topics that most matter to you and will help make the biggest difference to your working life.

We’ll be talking to experts in leadership, management and coaching to provide insight to help you boost you and your team’s efficiency at work.

Which areas of management are you most concerned about? What keeps you awake at night, and what can we help you more with?

Vote for the topics that interest you, or post additional ideas in the feedback box below.

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  • leadership skills

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  • as ticked

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  • I think it is a good idea. Somehow new qualified staff and some of the older staff lack skill in management and this will help them to develop skills in mangement thus improving care.

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  • This is a pretty good idea, but it needs to be coupled with a section on clinical skills, from the basics such as catheter care, obs, venepuncture, etc, to the more obscure. And just as importantly, make it FREE to everyone. Nursing knowledge and CPD should be there for all of us, not for a few to bleed a bit more money out of us.

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  • Very well summed up, Mike.

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  • Staff expressed concern over a newly qualified nurse with dyslexia. How am I going to support the nurse if she has demonstrated that she can not work independently even after the preceptorship period?

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  • How much is this going to cost?
    If it is not free, as far as I am concerned you can forget it although it is a waste of denying highly qualified nurses the best opportunities of CPD.

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  • Unsurprisingly staff motivation and managing change is a priority in these challenging times.

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