Why delegation is important for nurse leaders
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Why delegation is important for nurse leaders

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

No one has the time and resources to do everything themselves, so being able to delegate is a vital skill in nursing. Here’s what you need to know to do it well

Delegation is an important part of nursing and something every nurse, from newly qualified to chief nursing officer, has to do.

Primary Health Care. 31, 5, 9-11. doi: 10.7748/phc.31.5.9.s3

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