Journal Stock Review
The Staff Library is relocating to New Alderley in August, and due to space restrictions we are offering the following journals and hardback ‘Clinics series’ books FREE to anyone who can use them.
- Anaesthesia / New Scientist
- Arch Diseases of Childhood
- Education and Practice
- Fetal and Neonatal
- Journal of International Med Research
- Nursing Times: 2006 and earlier
- Nursing Standard: 2010 and earlier
- MDDIRS: 2010 and earlier
All but the last 12 months of the group below are available:
Clinics series (Hardbacks) –
** all stock available except ‘Clinics in Developmental Medicine’
- Emergency Med
- Clinical Orthopaedics & Orthopaedics
Many archived journals are available, with the exception of Analytical Toxicology.
A systems perspective on nursing productivity.
Authors: Nicola North, School of Population Health, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, Frances Hughes, Nursing Midwifery Office, Brisbane, Australia
Citation: Nicola North, Frances Hughes, 2012 “A systems perspective on nursing productivity”, Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 26 Iss: 2, pp.192 – 214
Keywords: Human resource management, Management strategy, New Zealand, Nursing, Outcomes, Productivity, Workforce
Article type: Conceptual paper DOI: 10.1108/14777261211230772 Permanent URL Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Abstract: Purpose – Recent New Zealand reports have identified the nursing workforce for its potential to make a significant contribution to increased productivity in health services. The purpose of this paper is to review critically the recent and current labour approaches to improve nursing productivity in New Zealand, in a context of international research and experience.Design/methodology/approach – An examination of government documents regarding productivity, and a review of New Zealand and international literature and research on nursing productivity and its measurement form the basis of the paper.
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