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Emotional Intelligence and Nursing Leadership written by Brenda Tyczkowski. Student Two Although my colleague talks about each member of a team having a common goal, I believe she should have also talked about nurses learning from their mistakes (Decker, Fey, Sideras, Caballero, Boese, Franklin & Borum, 2013). Once it was identified that there were some conflicts, every member should have been reminded to stick to their role. I would also like her to clarify on whether a head trauma nurse is allowed to help any other nurse if the former seems not to be working sufficiently. I had a similar experience as a health practioner but I was confused on whether to do the actual work in such a situation or I was only supposed to give directions. In my opinion, any nurse leader should learn to be innovative so that they come up with newer ways to ensure they provide the best services to the patients. An additional material that I would add to
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WEEK 4 DISCUSSION FORUM 3 the concept is the 2015 article titled Nurse Leadership written by the Australian College of Nursing.
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WEEK 4 DISCUSSION FORUM 4 References Decker, S., Fey, M., Sideras, S., Caballero, S., Boese, T., Franklin, A. E., ... & Borum, J. C. (2013). Standards of best practice: Simulation standard VI: The debriefing process. Clinical Simulation in Nursing , 9 (6), S26-S29. Nettina, S. M., Msn, A. B., & Nettina, S. M. (2013). Lippincott manual of nursing practice . Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
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  • Fall '14
  • Prof.Oyawa
  • Nursing, similar experience, head trauma nurse

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