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This article explores how contingency theories of leadership (pragmatic theories that note 'no one size fits all') can be used by multidisciplinary health-care teams to improve communication and patient care.
Resilience is the ability to cope with challenges and withstand pressure. It is subjective and affects individuals differently. Understanding how to build one's own resilience and being aware when others in the team are struggling is essential for any aspiring clinical leader.
In health care, a post-mortem might be required after a patient has died, to try and establish why, and sometimes when and how, the patient died. Many projects are likely to fail, with reasons including the lack of tools to facilitate change, and failure to consider the organizational and environmental situation a change project faces. When projects or… (More)