Yoder-Wise’s Leading and Managing in Canadian Nursing Second edition
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Yoder-Wise’s Leading and Managing in Canadian Nursing by Janice Waddell RN MA PhD (Author) Patricia S. Yoder-Wise RN EdD NEA-BC ANEF FAAN (Author)
- Publisher : Elsevier Canada; 2 edition (Oct. 1 2019)
- Language : English
- format: original pdf/print replica
- ISBN-10 : 1771721677
- ISBN-13 : 978-1771721677
Prepare for licensure and your transition to practice! Organized around the issues in today’s constantly changing healthcare environmentYoder-Wise’s Leading & Managing in Canadian Nursing, 2ndEdition offers an innovative approach to leading and managing by merging theory, research, and practical application. This cutting-edge text is intuitively organized around the issues that are central to the success of Canadian nurses including cultural diversity, resource management, advocacy, patient safety, delegation, and communication. In addition, it provides just the right amount of information to equip you with the tools you need to master leadership and management – all to help prepare you for clinical practice!
About the Author
Dr. Walton also serves as the Chair of the Women’s College Hospital Research Ethics Board and Deputy Chair of the Health Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada’s Research Ethics Board.
Dr. Walton has a PhD in Nursing with completion of the Collaborative Program in Bioethics from the University of Toronto (2003) and an undergraduate degree in nursing science from Ryerson (1992). She has published and presented on priority setting and decision-making in cardiac surgery, ethical considerations of internet-based research, research ethics board composition, and ethical and legal considerations in research on children and adolescents and most recently on ethical issues arising in the Ebola virus disease outbreak as well as the ethical concerns and opportunities of new mobile technologies. She was a co-investigator for the CIHR Team Grant-funded project CCORT 2 (Canadian Cardiovascular Outcomes Research Team 2) and co-investigator for the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care-funded project on Variations in Revascularization Practices in Ontario. As a PI, her areas of research and interest are the experiences of parenting children with disabilities, the ethical considerations in the use of technologies and innovations in health care and moral courage.
Dr. Walton was a longstanding member with expertise in ethics on the Research Ethics Board at the Hospital for Sick Children, a founding member of the Research Ethics Board at the Ontario College of Art and Design University, a scientific member of the REB at Women’s College Hospital and she remains an ad hoc member of the Ryerson University REB. She was a previous member of the National Council on Ethics in Human Research (NCEHR) and is a member of both CAREB (Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards) and PRIMR (Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research). In 2016, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB).