Nursing Management

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Nursing management comprises of performing leadership functions of supremacy and decision making ability among the employed nurses of particular organization. The process of management includes organizing, planning, staffing, directing and controlling. An advance degree course in nursing is essential for acquiring management positions. Basic responsibilities of a nurse manager include maintenance of sufficient qualified staff for operating a unit, budgeting the expenditures according to the funds, safeguarding issues related to patients and keeping an eye on routine operations along with preparing for unpredicted incidences that may arise.

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