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Effects of designated leadership and team-size on cardiopulmonary resuscitation: The Basel-Washington SIMulation (BaWaSim) trial.

During cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), it remains unclear whether designating an individual person as team leader compared with emergent leadership results in better team performance. Also, the effect of CPR team size on team performance remains understudied.


Management succession and success in a professional soccer team.

Research into sports team performance has shown that across many sports and league competitions, teams that change their coaches after a decline in performance do rebound, but fare no better on average than teams that have not changed their coach in a similar situation. A similar lack of succession benefits has been reported in studies of manager and CEO succession: it has not been established that changing a team's leader improves a declining team's performance. We study the effect of a change of coach on ...

Interprofessional training and team function in patient-centred medical home: Findings from a mixed method study of interdisciplinary provider perspectives.

Transitioning from profession-specific to interprofessional (IP) models of care requires major change. The Veterans Assessment and Improvement Laboratory (VAIL), is an initiative based in the United States that supports and evaluates the Veterans Health Administration's (VAs) transition of its primary care practices to an IP team based patient-centred medical home (PCMH) care model. We postulated that modifiable primary care practice organizational climate factors impact PCMH implementation. VAIL administer...


Examining collaborative leadership through interprofessional education: findings from a mixed methods study.

Collaborative leadership is essential as recent trends in healthcare service delivery necessitate interprofessional collaboration and care. Interprofessional education (IPE) efforts, therefore, have to prepare students for this type of leadership. The purpose of this study was to understand how students' perceptions of leadership change as a result of embedding a collaborative leadership model, the Social Change Model (SCM) of leadership, in an IPE course. Data were collected from 30 students participating ...

Barriers to Nurse Leadership in an Indonesian Hospital Setting.

Given the prominent role of nursing within modern healthcare environments it is essential that leadership is viewed as a key capability. However, little is known on how leadership evolves amongst the nurses in Indonesia and the barriers that exist to nurses gaining access to leadership roles. Limited attention is given to address the improvement of nurse leadership for the benefit of the nurses in the country.

Compassionate leadership in district nursing: a case study of a complex wound.

This article encourages nurses to explore leadership in district nursing practice and community teams. The challenges faced by district nurses are discussed in relation to the current health policy agenda in Wales and the increasingly complex care demands being placed on district nursing services because of the aging population and the rise in numbers of individuals living longer with multiple long-term health conditions. The concept of compassionate leadership is presented and discussed using a case study ...

Divisions, Departments, and the 2018 Red Sox Baseball Team: Qualities of Leadership that Lead to Success.

Transformational leadership and ethical leadership: their significance in the mental healthcare system.

This article critically compares transformational leadership and ethical leadership. It discusses the differences, similarities, weaknesses and strengths of the two styles. The importance of strong leadership in meeting an array of challenges and changes occurring in the NHS is highlighted. The article explores the influence of transformational and ethical leadership styles on the role of nurse leaders, particularly those in mental health, and also the influence of emotional intelligence in leadership. Over...

Bridging worldviews: Toward a common model of leadership across the health professions.

As the pace of health sector transformation accelerates, the importance of leadership continues to grow across all health professions. Advances in a variety of disciplines can inform effective leadership development. However, at present, most health sector leadership competency models do not incorporate these advances and are instead developed using consensus-based methods within specific professions. An interprofessional approach to leadership competencies could help incorporate these advances and support ...

'It depends what you mean by leadership': An analysis of stakeholder perspectives on consumer leadership.

Contemporary mental health policies call for increased involvement of consumers in leadership across mental health service design, delivery, and evaluation. However, consumer leadership is not currently well understood within academia or in mental health services themselves. This study investigates how consumer leadership is currently conceptualized by stakeholders at the service delivery level. To this end, semistructured interviews were conducted with 14 mental health organization members identifying as c...

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD): Ten Things Leaders Need to Know.

The provision of MAiD will be in flux for a few years, as legislative challenges are underway. This article addresses what leaders need to know and do to support nurses today and in the future regarding care of patients choosing MAiD. Drawing on complexity leadership theory and research into nurses' experiences in caring for persons choosing MAiD, we share 10 simple yet foundational things a leader must know. Underpinning our key messages are current evidence and familiar nursing concepts such as end-of-lif...

Building Healthcare Leadership Capacity: Strategy, Insights and Reflections.

The Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute is a Canadian success story, providing leadership development to over 2,600 nurses and healthcare professionals since its inception in 2001.The authors describe the original design and intent of the Institute and its evolution over the last 18 years as both the context for leadership and leadership requirements have evolved. The Institute's framework, key features, principles, concepts and streams of learning are outlined along with summaries of research on persona...

A Personal Leadership Development Plan for Black Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Students.

Nursing leadership is a journey that begins in nursing school. Whether it is at the diploma, baccalaureate or graduate level, nurses and nursing students are provided the tools to develop and refine their leadership capacity throughout their career. Cope and Murray explain that all nurses have the capacity to be leaders and thus require training that enhances this role. In this paper, I share insight into my personal journey of nursing leadership by describing a leadership development plan that has guided m...

Exploring gendered leadership stereotypes in a shared leadership model in healthcare: a case study.

The existing literature on leadership often describes it within fairly rigid gender roles. Entire models of leadership have been ascribed gendered labels. Shared leadership is, in traditional leadership theory, a feminine model. After observing a National Health Service (NHS) department enacting a shared leadership model, and using ethnography, grounded theory and comics-based research, we decided to explore the relationship between shared leadership and gender stereotypes. We realised our hope was to see a...

Student and Resident Involvement in Family Medicine for America's Health A Step Toward Leadership Development.

Trainees-medical students and residents-are an important constituency of family medicine. The Family Medicine for America's Health (FMAHealth) Workforce Education and Development (WED) Tactic Team attempted to engage trainees in FMAHealth objectives via a nationally accessible leadership development program. We discuss a how-to mechanism to develop similar models, while highlighting areas for improvement.

Do Long-time Team-mates Lead to Better Team Performance? A Social Network Analysis of Data from Major League Baseball.

To estimate the effects of team-mate shared experience on overall team performance as well as to determine whether concentration of time together among subgroups of players and/or focal players enhances team performance.

Ethical Leadership and Follower Moral Actions: Investigating an Emotional Linkage.

The effectiveness of ethical leadership has been extensively investigated. However, compared to the outcomes of ethical leadership, we still lack enough knowledge about the mechanisms underlying ethical leadership and its outcomes. Drawing from social information processing theory, this paper explores an emotional explanation for the effectiveness of ethical leadership. Adopting a time-lagged research design with responses from 64 leaders and 289 followers, the present research found that ethical leadership...

Preparing Nurse Managers for Authentic Leadership: A Pilot Leadership Development Program.

This study examined the impact of a pilot leadership development program on nurse managers' (NMs') use of authentic leadership behaviors.

Leadership Development in Postgraduate Medical Education: A Systematic Review of the Literature.

To evaluate and interpret evidence relevant to leadership curricula in post-graduate medical education (PGME) to better understand leadership development in residency training.

Expanding the JOSA A team: editorial.

Editor-in-Chief P. Scott Carney introduces the Journal's newest Topical Editor, Jinli Suo.

Factors that influence the self-reported confidence of pediatric residents as team leaders during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A national survey.

The leadership skills of pediatric residents during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) may have major impacts on their performance. These skills should be addressed during the pediatric residency training program. Therefore, we aimed to identify the perceptions of residents regarding their level of confidence in providing or leading a real pediatric CPR code, and to identify different factors that might influence their self-confidence when assuming the role of a team leader during a real CPR.

Knowing Oneself: The First Step to Be an Effective Member of an Interprofessional Team.

Interprofessional health care teams begin with team members who know themselves and are flexible, trusting, and competent to speak up to prevent harm and take action to ensure quality and safety. Often, the soft skills necessary for team members to be effective are underrated and missing in team trainings. By clarifying the expectations of team members and using tools to assess individual ability, educators can enhance awareness and improve both individual and team civility and performance. This article is ...

Impact of inclusive leadership on employee innovative behavior: Perceived organizational support as a mediator.

Despite extensive literature on leadership and its impact employee innovative behavior, few studies have explored the relationship between inclusive leadership and employee innovative behavior. To address this gap, this study aimed to investigate how inclusive leadership influenced employee innovative behavior by examining perceived organizational support (POS) as a mediator. We used multi-wave and multi-source data collected at 15 companies in China to test our theoretical model. Results revealed that incl...

Leadership by Design.

The evolving nature of Canada's healthcare system has necessitated a corresponding evolution of leadership informed by contemporary theoretical perspectives. It has long been recognized that the leadership capabilities, knowledge and skills of the past are no longer sufficient to manage and lead amidst the complexities of today's healthcare system. Events of this millennium have challenged the most talented of leaders to thrive and lead in the face of managing: unprecedented critical incidents and technolog...

Refocusing Nursing's Lens on Followership.

The nursing profession has long acknowledged the importance of leadership and like many other professions has been criticized as "leader-centric." The role of leadership is to influence followers towards a common goal. Leaders, therefore, must have a clear understanding of followership, including the factors that promote followers' effectiveness and engagement. They must be able to identify following and non-following behaviours, and they must practice leadership styles that support effective followership. ...


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