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by Janet Rankin,Marie Campbell
- ISBN: 0802037917
- Category: Politics
- Author: Janet Rankin,Marie Campbell
- Subcategory: Politics & Government
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- Language: English
- Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1 edition (April 3, 2006)
- Pages: 224 pages
- FB2 size: 1475 kb
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Managing to Nurse book. In "Managing to Nurse," Janet M. Rankin and Marie L. Campbell probe the operation of this new form of hospital and its effect man How does the contemporary restructuring of health care affect nursing practice? Increasingly since the 1970s, and more intensively under recent reforms, Canadian health care is the focus of d, professionally based management.
Weitere Informationen. Janet M. Rankin is a professor of nursing in the Faculty of Health and Human Services at Malaspina University-College. Marie L. Campbell is a professor emeritus in the Faculty of Human and Social Development at the University of Victoria.
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Canada: University of Toronto Press. The problem with Canada’s system is that the time nurses have with patients is severely, limited because ofthe new focus on efﬁciency and cost. seeing what is cost-effective. sometimes at the expense of patients). In the book, the authors attempt to address the problem of the restructuring oi'nurses’ work and what that means for both nurses and patients when health care itselt‘is restructured.
Managing to nurse : inside Canada's health care reform. Janet M Rankin, Marie L. Campbell. List of Figures Introduction The Managerial Turn in Nursing 'Three in a Bed': Nurses and Technologies of Bed Utilization Doing the Right Thing at the Right Time: Adjusting the Mindset of Nurse. More).
How does the contemporary restructuring of health care affect nursing practice? Increasingly since the 1970s, and more intensively under recent reforms, Canadian health care is the focus of information-supported, professionally based management. In Managing to Nurse, Janet M. Rankin and Marie L. Campbell probe the operation of this new form of hospital and its effect management on nurses and nursing.
Written from the nurse's perspective, this institutional ethnography discovers a major transformation in the nature of nursing and associated patient care: the work is now organized according to an accounting logic that embeds a cost-orientation into care-related activities. Rankin and Campbell illustrate how nurses adapt to this new reality just as they, themselves, perpetuate it –how they learn to recognize their adaptations as professionally correct and as an adequate basis for nursing judgement. Although Managing to Nurse may contradict contemporary beliefs about health care reform, the insiders' account that it provides is undeniable evidence that nurses' caring work is being undermined and patient care is being eroded, sometimes dangerously, by current health care agendas.