Surviving in General Management

A Resource for Health Professionals

  • Editors
  • Pauline Fielding
  • Philip C. Berman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Christine Hancock
    Pages 1-20
  3. Penny Humphris
    Pages 21-35
  4. Averil Dongworth
    Pages 36-49
  5. Jolyon Vickers
    Pages 50-63
  6. William Bryans
    Pages 64-83
  7. Josephine Plant
    Pages 84-103
  8. Alison Kitson
    Pages 104-117
  9. Tom Keighley
    Pages 129-142
  10. Gordon Hemsley
    Pages 143-156
  11. Isobel Curry
    Pages 157-171
  12. Laurie McMahon, Suzanne Goodband
    Pages 172-184
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 185-189

About this book


Intended for those who are becoming first-time General Managers in the Health Service, this book is for those confronted by a much wider range of issues than previously experienced in their clinical roles. Using a case study approach, which ranges over hospital and community management issues, the book will help the reader to work through managerial crises at a practical level. '...a fine collection of authors contribute very interesting chapters...a book which is enjoyable to read.' Nursing Times ' is one of the best books of its should be read widely...its direct relevance to clinical nurses is beyond doubt, and its price makes it a good buy.' Senior Nurse


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