Clinical Leadership and Management PDF

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Clinical leadership andmanagement
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................1ARTICLE 1......................................................................................................................................1ARTICLE 2......................................................................................................................................2ARTICLE 3......................................................................................................................................3ARTICLE 4......................................................................................................................................4CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................5REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................6
INTRODUCTIONLeadership can be defined as the skill to provide guidance to other members of team sothat they can achieve the desired goals. The leaders have ability to use various tools such asmotivation, inspiration, control, monitoring and feedback to lead the other members of the teamso that required objectives can be achieved with efficiency. In nursing and clinical practices theleadership can provide a great contribution. Clinical leadership can ensure that healthcareprofessionals are accomplishing their job roles with due care and quality health services areprovided to patients (Swanwick & McKimm, 2017). The report will analyse the four researcharticles related to clinical leadership so that health outcomes and performance of nursinggraduates can be improved.ARTICLE 1David, S. & et.al., Health professionals’ perceptions of clinical leadership. A pilot study, 2017[Online]Accessedthrough<https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/2331205X.2017.1321193>The clinical changes can be encouraged and implemented by leaders effectively. The clinicalpractices are considered as the highly sensitive professional and thus the key focus of most of theindividuals in the clinical practices are on efficiency. The controlling aspect of leadership is notrecognised by majority of health service providers. The doctors, nurses and other managementstaffs in health organisations visualise leaders as the managers who can manage the resourcesand strategies to improve the clinical services.The clinical leaders identify the skills of individuals and assign the responsibility to thestaff members. However, the staff members believes that clinical leaders can only assignresponsibility on the basis of experience of the team member but the quality controlling attributesrelies only in hands of health practitioner (Storey & et.al., 2017). Some professionals alsobelieves that in health services the motivation and rewards can serve as the secondary factor forencouraging the quality improvement. Health service providers consider it their prime duty toprovide quality services and care thus clinical leaders have only responsibility to ensure theresource availability required for health practices. The leaders can also guide the other healthprofessionals to follow the particular guidelines formulated for health providers.The clinicalleaders serve as the suitable source of inspiration for the new graduates of health services. The1
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