O desafio da liderança para o enfermeiro

@article{Simes2003ODD,
  title={O desafio da liderança para o enfermeiro},
  author={A. Sim{\~o}es and Neide F{\'a}vero},
  journal={Revista Latino-americana De Enfermagem},
  year={2003},
  volume={11},
  pages={567-573}
}
This study aimed at learning the opinion of nurses about the possibility of becoming a leader, identifying the characteristics and abilities of an effective leader and presenting the favorable and unfavorable points related to leadership performance, according to nurses' self-evaluation. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews with 36 hospital nurses and analyzed through the content analysis technique. Results showed that the majority of nurses agree that it is possible to become… Expand
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