Readings for Change
Medical/Nursing Staff Committee Reports
Change is not easy to effect but supervisors and managers can learn to minimize resistance and maximize cooperation
To increase the options for both men and women as equal members of society, awareness, personal change, and social change must take place
This article was submitted and accepted as a “thought piece.” The authors wish “to stimulate reaction in those individuals who may be able to alter the status of the professional nurse to a more favorable position
To gear for the future, hospitals need new organizational designs; clarification of authority, control, and responsibility; sophisticated systems for staff development; and effective information systems
The University of Wisconsin-Extension and the Madison Hospital promote a positive, up-to-date image of nursing among inactive nurses who are involved in community affairs
The Professional As Supervisor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Nurses in the Family Physician's Practice