Guiding Principles for Creating Value and Meaning for the next Generation of Early Careerist

Nurse leaders provide the vital link between the administrative strategic plan and the point of care. They are responsible for creating safe, healthy environments that support the work of the health care team and contribute to patient engagement. Nurse leaders’ proactive behavior can mean the difference between medical mishaps and the development of innovative care delivery models. Download the guiding principle to learn about the expectations for early careerist nurse leaders. 

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