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Nurs Leadersh (Tor Ont). 2008;21(3):64-75.

Developing leadership in nurse managers: the British Columbia Nursing Leadership Institute.

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  • 1University of British, Columbia School of Nursing, Academic Lead and Evaluator, British Columbia Nursing Administrative, Leadership Institute for First Line Nurse Leaders, Vancouver, BC. Maura.macphee@nursing.ubc.ca

Abstract

The British Columbia Nursing Administrative Leadership Institute for First Line Nurse Leaders (BC NLI) is a collaborative partnership among British Columbia's Chief Nursing Officers, the Ministry of Health Nursing Directorate and the University of British Columbia School of Nursing. This initiative consists of a four-day residential program and a year-long leadership project between BC NLI participants and their organizational mentors. The evidence-based curriculum covers universal leadership and management concepts, but it also addresses leadership issues of relevance to nurse leaders in today's complex healthcare environments. The BC NLI is part of a provincial health human resources endeavour to ensure sufficient nursing leaders - for now and in the future. This paper will discuss the development, implementation and evaluation of the BC NLI. Unique aspects of the program, such as its online networking component, will be described, and its role in nursing leadership research will be briefly examined.

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