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Title Creative long-term care administration / edited by George Kenneth Gordon, Leslie A. Grant, Ruth Stryker.
Imprint Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 2003.
Edition Fourth edition.

Subject Long-term care facilities -- Administration.
Long-Term Care -- organization & administration.
Alt Name Gordon, George Kenneth.
Grant, Leslie A.
Stryker, Ruth Perin.
Description 1 online resource (408 pages)
Edition Fourth edition.
Contents CREATIVE LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION; CONTENTS; Part I THE EVOLUTION OFLONG-TERM CARE; Chapter 1 THE HISTORY OF CARE OF THE AGED; Chapter 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LONG-TERM CARE MODEL; Part II DEVELOPING THE ORGANIZATION; Chapter 3 GOVERNING THE LONG-TERM CARE; Chapter 4 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP; Chapter 5 DEVELOPING THE MANAGEMENT TEAM; Chapter 6 FISCAL LEADERSHIP; Part III HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; Chapter 7 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW; Chapter 8 WORKER MOTIVATION, ATTITUDES, AND; Chapter 9 RECRUITMENT, SCREENING, AND; Chapter 10 PERSONNEL POLICIES WITH SPECIAL IMPACT.
Chapter 11 STAFF DEVELOPMENTChapter 12 MONITORING AND EVALUATING; Part IV OPTIMIZING HEALTH CARE; Chapter 13 REHABILITATION AND EXERCISE IN; Chapter 14 MEDICAL CARE AND THE ROLE OF THE; Chapter 15 THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING; Chapter 16 SOCIAL SERVICES IN LONG-TERM CARE; Chapter 17 THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITY; Chapter 18 ENHANCING ORGANIZATIONAL; Chapter 19 MONITORING CLINICAL OUTCOMES; Part V CREATING A SUPPORTIVE; Chapter 20 MANAGING THE EFFECTS OF; Chapter 21 FAMILIES: THE SECOND CLIENT; Chapter 22 INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS; Chapter 23 COMPANION ANIMALS IN THE.
Chapter 24 END OF LIFE IN A LONG-TERMChapter 25 SPIRITUAL CARE AND THE CHAPLAIN IN THE; Part VI CREATING A BETTER FUTURE; Chapter 26 USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO; Chapter 27 MANAGING CHANGE; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX.
Summary The prior three editions of this book were extremely well received for use in undergraduate and graduate courses in long-term care administration, and they were also popular as fundamental resources with practitioners as well as for an array of other long-term care practitioners and professions, including housing managers, board members, teachers, students, administrators, owners, and health care professionals who are seeking new directions in the field. This, the fourth edition, has been extensively revised. There is, for example, the fundamental updating throughout to reflect structural and.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780398084264 (electronic bk.)
0398084262 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 689997377
Additional Format Print version: Gordon, George Kenneth. Creative Long-term Care Administration. Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, ©2003 9780398073503


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