Developing a new generation of nurse entrepreneurs
Jean Faugier Director, Tall Poppies Coaching and Consulting, Manchester Business School
This article reviews the policy implications associated with the creation of nurse entrepreneurs, the levels of progress achieved and the major obstacles to developing these roles. International experience and the cultural climate of the NHS in the UK are also discussed. The way in which entrepreneurial roles are evolving within the NHS and the future implications and developments for the wider not-for-profit and private sectors are explored.
Nursing Standard. 19, 30, 49-53. doi: 10.7748/ns2005.04.19.30.49.c3835Correspondence
This article has been subject to double blind peer review