Comparing Nurses' Perceptions Of Governance Related to Hospitals' Journeys to Excellence Status In the Middle East


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Abstract

EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe interest in the Magnet Journey extends to the Middle East.The results of this study revealed nurses in hospitals that are on the Journey to Magnet perceive that decision making is shared between nursing management/administration and staff nurses.Nurses in these hospitals positively attribute their involvement and engagement in every aspect of the nursing profession.This scheme of shared governance promotes professional accountability and enhances individual autonomy, authority, and control.The growth of health care in the Middle East region with rising expectations for patient care outcomes will challenge the nursing profession in the future.Shared governance will certainly help nurses take ownership in making decisions for patient care and as a result achieve better patient outcomes.

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