Through the generosity of the Rosenthal Family Foundation (formerly the Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation), a discussion series was created to bring greater attention to some of the significant health policy issues facing our nation today. Each year a major health topic is addressed through remarks and conversation between experts in the field. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) later publishes the proceedings from this event for the benefit of a wider audience. This volume summarizes an engaging discussion on the IOM 2002 report, Keeping Patients Safe: Transforming the Work Environment of Nurses.
Table of Contents
|Overview--Donald M. Steinwachs, Ph.D.||3-5|
|Management Practices, Work Force Capability, Work Processes, and Organizational Culture--Ada Sue Hinshaw, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N.||6-13|
|Evidenced-Based Management and a Culture of Safety--William C. Rupp, M.D.||14-18|
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