Qualifications and experience: how well prepared are nurse managers compared to health service executives?

@article{Duffield2002QualificationsAE,
  title={Qualifications and experience: how well prepared are nurse managers compared to health service executives?},
  author={Christine Duffield and Helen Franks},
  journal={Australian health review : a publication of the Australian Hospital Association},
  year={2002},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={182-90}
}
The purpose of the paper was to compare the demographic details, educational qualifications, professional support and career guidance experiences of two groups of health managers as reported in previous research. One group comprised nurse managers (Duffield et al 2001) and the other comprised senior health administrators (Harris, Maddern & Pegg 1998). Employment and education data from self-administered questionnaires were compared. Nurse managers were predominantly female (88%), while the… CONTINUE READING

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