Power & Conflict between Doctors and Nurses: Breaking through the Inner Circle in Clinical Care

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Index

a
access for research 38-9
accountability 29 , 123
accountants 61
acuity, increasing 10
acute care 7
administrative staff 54 , 57
admission policy 53
advanced practice 2 , 3
agency staff 54 , 57
Allen D 20 , 116
anatomy 64
APACHE 16
appraisals 104
art of nursing 8
assessment of patient 86
Atkinson P 37-40 , 42 , 44 , 48-9 , 65 , 79-80 , 85 , 105
audit 87 , 92
Audit Commission 7 , 9 , 28 , 35 , 70
Australasia 3 , 18
authority 11 , 19-20 , 23 , 29 , 65 , 70 , 82 , 89-90 , 92-3 , 102-3 , 108 , 120 , 123
autonomy 9 , 20 , 31 , 44 , 70

b
back stage 106 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 120 , 123
Baggs J G 13-16
bed capacity 7
bed management 29
bedside handover 80
beds, special 65 , 86
biochemistry 64
biomedical model 60 , 63-5 , 68
body, the 22
boundaries, role 90-1
boundaries, work 86
boundary-blurring 9 , 21 , 23 , 121
boundary, professional 1 , 4 , 18 , 24
bowel care 65
British Medical Association 77 , 124
budgets 30 , 66 , 79 , 91
Burgess R G 38-9 , 40 , 43

c
career structure
care plans see nursing documentation
caring 9 , 20 , 71 , 73-5 , 77
case conferences 79 , 94
Chief Executive 29
circle, the 67 , 103 , 105 , 118-121
clinical decision-making see decision-making, clinical
clinical directorates 30 , 53 , 55-6 , 123
clinical directors 31 , 53 , 55-6 , 93
clinical governance 29 , 58 , 96 , 124 , 126
clinical incidents 56
clinical judgements 70
clinical management teams 25-36 , 63
clinical networks 32
clinical nurse specialist (CNS) 2 , 53 , 56-7
clinical protocols 55-6 , 70 , 94
clinical sites 52-8
clinical supervision 66
coffee room 75 , 89
collaboration 11-24passim31 , 111 , 121 , 123 , 126
comfort, patient 74-6
commissioning of services 27 , 95
communication 22 , 102 , 120 , 122
Comprehensive Critical Care5 , 124
complementary therapy 65
consultant nurse 3
continuity in care 69-70 , 77-9
contracts 32 , 61 , 66
control 23 , 65 , 88 , 93

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations and Glossary xi
  • Introduction xv
  • Chapter 1 - Nursing Role Developments 1
  • Chapter 2 - Collaboration 11
  • Chapter 3 - Clinical Management Teams 25
  • Chapter 4 - The Study 37
  • Chapter 5 - Understanding the Context 52
  • Chapter 6 - Clinical Decision Making and the Hierarchies of Knowledge 63
  • Chapter 7 - Roles in Clinical Decision Making 84
  • Chapter 8 - Power and Conflict on the Clinical Decision-Making Stage 97
  • Chapter 9 - Breaking Through the Inner Circle 118
  • References 127
  • Index 144
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