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Planning Nursing Administration

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Planning Nursing Administration

  1. 1. FOR THE NURSING SERVICE MARIYA LUZ R. FORTES, R.N.
  2. 2. Define the meaning of planning in an organization or in nursing service. Able to identify and understand why managers fail to plan effectively. Able to classify the level of management and identify the scope of planning and what their responsibilities in the organization. Able to comprehend the four major aspects of planning.
  3. 3. is defined as pre-determining a course of action in order to arrive at a desired result. (Venzon, 2006) A CONTINUOUS PROCESS of assessing, establishing goals and ob jectives, implementing and evaluating them, and sub jecting these to change as new facts are known. (Douglas, 1986 in Venzon)
  4. 4. Planning leads to the achievement of goals and objectives. Planning gives meaning to work. Planning provides for effective use of available resources and facilities. Planning helps in coping with crises. Hospital should provide for disaster plans. Planning is cost effective.
  5. 5. Planning is based on past and future activities. Planning leads to the realization of the need for change. Planning provides the basis for control. Planning is necessary for effective control.
  6. 6. Lack of Knowledge of the Philosophy, Goals, and Objectives of the agency or lack understanding of the significance of the planning process. They may not know how to manage their time to devote for planning. They may lack confidence in formulating plans or may fear that planning may bring about unwanted changes that they are unwilling to undertake or are unable to cope with.
  7. 7. Top Management Middle Management Lower Management
  8. 8. Top Management • or the Nursing Directors, Chief Nurses or Directors of Nursing and their assistants. • Their responsibility covers the over-all management of the organization’s Nursing Service.
  9. 9. Middle Management • Or the Nursing Supervisors • Direct the activities to actually implement the broad operating policies of the organization such as staffing and delivery of services to the units.
  10. 10. Lower Management • or the First – Level management, the Head Nurses or Senior Nurses ( including Charge Nurses or team leaders • Do the daily and weekly plans for the administration of direct patient care in their respective units.
  11. 11. Formulation RULES & REGULATIONS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Activities Projects PLANNING TOP MIDDLE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT LOWER MANAGEMENT
  12. 12. Planning should contribute to objectives Planning precedes all other processes of management Planning pervades all levels Planning should be efficient

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