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|Title:||Rising to the challenge of health care reform with entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial nursing initiatives|
|Citation:||Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 2012; 17(2):1-11|
|Publisher:||American Nurses Association|
|Anne Wilson, Nancy Whitaker, Deirdre Whitford|
|Abstract:||Health reform worldwide is required due to the largely aging population, increase in chronic diseases, and rising costs. To meet these needs, nurses are being encouraged to practice to the full extent of their skills and take significant leadership roles in health policy, planning, and provision. This can involve entrepreneurial or intrapreneurial roles. Although nurses form the largest group of health professionals, they are frequently restricted in their scope of practice. Nurses can help to improve health services in a cost effective way, but to do so, they must be seen as equal partners in health service provision. This article provides a global perspective on evolving nursing roles for innovation in health care. A historical overview of entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship is offered. Included also is discussion of a social entrepreneurship approach for nursing, settings for nurse entre/intrapreneurship, and implications for research and practice.|
Future of Nursing
|Rights:||© 2012 OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 4|
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