Practical management and leadership for doctors. [electronic resource]. John Wattis, Stephen Curran, Elizabeth Cotton.

By: Wattis, John, 1949- [author.]Contributor(s): Curran, Stephen [author.] | Cotton, Elizabeth [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Edition: Second edition. / John Wattis, Stephen Curran, Elizabeth CottonDescription: 1 online resource (188 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text | still image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351017374 (ePub ebook) :; 9781351017374; 1351017373Subject(s): Medicine -- Practice | HEALTH & FITNESS / Holism | HEALTH & FITNESS / Reference | MEDICAL / Alternative Medicine | MEDICAL / Atlases | MEDICAL / Essays | MEDICAL / Family & General Practice | MEDICAL / Holistic Medicine | MEDICAL / OsteopathyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | UK eLD e-books Additional physical formats: Print version :: No titleDDC classification: 610.68 LOC classification: R728 | .W38 2018Online resources: Available on Library reading room PCs only. Click here for access
Contents:
Foreword. Introduction. Preface. About the authors. Introduction. Maintaining productive key relationship. Understanding your organisation. Personal vision, values and goals: alignment with the organisation. People skills. Organisation skills. Maintaining and improving quality. Innovation. When the going gets tough. Continuing development in leadership and management. Balance. Index.
Summary: This practical, concise book will help every medical manager survive and thrive in the increasingly challenging world of healthcare. It offers a hands-on introduction to the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviour required to succeed in a modern healthcare setting. Focusing on common issues and challenges, the authors examine organisational structures and strategies for productive relationship-building, goal-setting and quality maintenance. This edition updates every chapter, while three new chapters focus on encouraging innovation, how to lead and manage in difficult circumstances, and the major developments in the professionalization of medical management and leadership.
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Previous edition: London: Radcliffe, 2011.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword. Introduction. Preface. About the authors. Introduction. Maintaining productive key relationship. Understanding your organisation. Personal vision, values and goals: alignment with the organisation. People skills. Organisation skills. Maintaining and improving quality. Innovation. When the going gets tough. Continuing development in leadership and management. Balance. Index.

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This practical, concise book will help every medical manager survive and thrive in the increasingly challenging world of healthcare. It offers a hands-on introduction to the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviour required to succeed in a modern healthcare setting. Focusing on common issues and challenges, the authors examine organisational structures and strategies for productive relationship-building, goal-setting and quality maintenance. This edition updates every chapter, while three new chapters focus on encouraging innovation, how to lead and manage in difficult circumstances, and the major developments in the professionalization of medical management and leadership.

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