This new approach to leadership focuses on how students can develop your leadership skills right from the start of their nursing programme through to transitioning to their first role. The book first takes students through the underpinning knowledge and theory and then through practical skills to help them understand all aspects of leadership and how it is a key component of providing quality care to patients in a range of environments and settings. Real stories from nursing leaders, practitioners and students are included to inspire students and show them how they can impact positively on practice, whatever level they are working at. Key features include: • Real life focus, grounded in everyday practice, with lots of case studies and examples to help students see how theory relates to practice • Activities to help students reflect about their own practice, and about themselves as leaders • Video interviews with nurse leaders and students on the companion website • Further reading and links to journal articles in both the book and more on the companion website help students delve deeper and prepare for assessments.
Chapter 5: Leadership from the Perspective of the Public
Leadership from the Perspective of the Public
Visit the companion website at https://study.sagepub.com/taylor to watch Stephen discussing his chapter and his experience of leadership.
Chapter learning outcomes
On completion of this chapter you will be able to:
- Understand the role of nursing leadership in relation to the service user.
- Appreciate the policy origins of patient and public involvement (PPI).
- Describe a range of methods that support PPI in nursing leadership and understand how you, as a student nurse, could implement these.
- Evaluate the evidence for PPI and its impact on outcomes.
Patient and public involvement, nurse leadership, power, culture, collaboration
This chapter explores nursing leadership from the perspective of the service user – people of any age, gender, ethnicity, religion, ...