References, Readings, and Resources

References

American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL). (2015).  Nurse manager competencies. Chicago: AONL.

Brydges, G., Krepper, R., Nibert, A., Young, A., & Luquire, R. (2019). Assessing executive leaders’ financial literacy level. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 49(12), 596-603.

Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). (2021). National health expenditure trends. CIHI.

Ross, T. (2019). A comprehensive guide to budgeting for health care managers. Jones and Bartlett.

Rundio A. (2016) The nurse manager’s guide to budgeting & finance. 2nd edition. Sigma Theta Tau International Publications.

Warshawsky, N., Rayens, M.K., Stefaniak, K., & Rahman, R. (2013). The effect of nurse manager turnover on patient fall and pressure ulcer rates. Journal of Nursing Management, 21(5), 725-732. doi.org/10.1177/1527154414547953

 

Additional Readings and Resources

Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Council of Practical Nurse Regulators, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Canada (2012). Staff mix decision-making framework for quality nursing care. CNA.

North Dakota Public Health Training Network (2020). (Video).Basic budgeting concepts – leadership and management.

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. (2017) Developing and sustaining safe, effective staffing and workload practices (2nd ed).  RNAO.  

Smyth, D. ( 2021, August 26).  How to develop an operating budget for a nursing unit.  Chron.

Welch, T.D., & Smith, T.  (2020). Understanding FTEs and nursing hours per patient day. Nurse Leader,18(2),157.

 

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