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Initiating and Sustaining the Clinical Nurse Leader Role, Second Edition
A Practical Guide

Author(s): James L. Harris, DSN, APRN-BC, MBA, CNL, FAAN, Nursing Consultant and Professor of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee
Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, FAAN, Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama
Tricia Thomas, PhD, BSN, FACHE, NEA-BC, ACNS-BC, CNL, Director, Nursing Practice & Research, Trinity Health, Detroit, Michigan
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284032888
  • Product With Access Code    532 pages      © 2014
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"This book is well written and informative. I would highly recommend it for anyone interested in becoming a clinical nurse leader or incorporating the role of a clinical nurse leader. With the recent changes in healthcare, this is a necessary update."

The revised Initiating and Sustaining the Clinical Nurse Leader Role A Practical Guide,Second Edition focuses on the evolution of the CNL role and creating a greater inter-professional collaboration with the community as well as academic and clinical partners.  The text emphasizes inter-professional collaboration, accountability care organizations, transitions in care, evidence-based practice, and improvement science. While this text is intended for introductory courses, it is also an appropriate resource to educate administrators about the CNL role and how to integrate it role into existing care delivery models.

Key Highlights:

  • Coverage of the CNL roles, values, and  core competencies that align to the AACN’s whitepaper
  • Emphasis on IOM Future of Nursing recommendations
  • Case studies focused on project management, including planning, methodology, metrics, analysis and evaluation
  • Data Management, measurement and analytics

For a comprehensive overview of the Clinical Nurse Leader Role as well as the outcomes that can be realized by implement this role within a hospital or healthcare environment view the Webinar hosted by Linda Roussel and Tricia Thomas.

 

Unit  1  Introduction
  Chapter  1  The CNL: Past, Present, and Future
  Chapter  2  The CNL: A Catalyst for Advancing Nursing
Unit  2  Academic, Clinical, and Community Partnerships
  Chapter  3  Building and Sustaining Academic, Clinical, and Community Partnerships
  Chapter  4  Creating a Business Case for the CNL Role
  Chapter  5  Spreading the CNL Initiative: An Interprofessional Microsystems Approach
  Chapter  6  Effective Communication and Team Collaboration
  Chapter  7  The CNL and Nurse Manager: Collaborating and Coordinating Within the Microsystems
  Chapter  8  Preparing Preceptors for CNL Immersions
  Chapter  9  CNL Advisory Councils
Unit  3  Achieving a High Reliability Organization
  Chapter  10  Creating a Value-Driven Approach to Care in a High Reliable Organization
  Chapter  11  Quality Care and Risk Management
  Chapter  12  Analyzing and Managing Data: The CNL Role
  Chapter  13  Role of Informatics and Decision Support in Advancing CNL Practice
  Chapter  14  Using Evidence to Guide CNL Practice Outcomes
  Chapter  15  Engaging Evidence-Based Practice to Guide Clinical Nurswe Leader Practice Outcomes
  Chapter  16  From Change to Transformation: Evidence-Based Practice in Action
  Chapter  17  Improvement Science and Team Science: Links to Innovation, Efficiency, and Safety
Unit  4  Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: Essentials for the CNL
  Chapter  18  Community Resource Awareness and Networking through Advocacy
  Chapter  19  The CNL Role in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  Chapter  20  The Clinical Nurse Leader Transforming Acute, Specialty, Long-term Care, and Community Delivery Models
Unit  5  Foundations for CNL Success
  Chapter  21  Creative and Meaningful Clinical Immersions
  Chapter  22  Toward Achieving Desired Outcomes: The CNL Residency Program
  Chapter  23  Clinical Nurse Leadership: Creating the Vision

James L. Harris, DSN, APRN-BC, MBA, CNL, FAAN-Nursing Consultant and Professor of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee

Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, FAAN-Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama

Dr. Roussel  is the DNP Program Director and Professor at the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Nursing. Dr. Roussel has a strong background in nursing administration, teaching, and consultation. She has been instrumental in the developing of a number of educational and leadership programs including the DNP, CNL, and Executive Nurse Administration. She serves on the ANCC Expert Panel for the Executive Nurse Administration certification exam. Dr. Roussel is very passionate about the process of systems change and translational research in the clinical setting. 

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Tricia Thomas, PhD, BSN, FACHE, NEA-BC, ACNS-BC, CNL-Director, Nursing Practice & Research, Trinity Health, Detroit, Michigan

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