Strengthening group decision making within shared governance : A case study

@inproceedings{Williamson2009StrengtheningGD,
  title={Strengthening group decision making within shared governance : A case study},
  author={Tracey Williamson},
  year={2009}
}
Shared governance is an approach to empowering nurses and other health care workers to have authority for decisions concerning their practice. Commonly, visible definers of shared governance are groups of workers known as ‘councils’ whose membership works collectively to realise a shared goal. The literature is replete with rhetoric as to the benefits of shared governance yet the evidence base concerning shared governance and especially decision-making within shared governance is scant. This… CONTINUE READING

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