How to be a leader in nursing, whatever your role or seniority
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How to be a leader in nursing, whatever your role or seniority

Leadership in nursing is about inspiring colleagues to deliver the best care and improve patient outcomes, whether you are a student, newly qualified or a team leader

It is an outdated notion that leaders are only those who manage a team, or call all the shots. There is increasing recognition in nursing that everyone – at every level – can demonstrate leadership and develop as a leader.

Nursing Management. 29, 6, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.6.6.s2

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