In the Legal Nurse Consulting field delegation is a key part of it. This makes effective delegation an important part in any legal nurse consultant’s career. Delegation can be defined as acting on behalf of or representing another. For more information on how to effectively delegation, please review the following article:
By Lanette Anderson
From Nurse Together
Legal Nurse Consulting: Effective Delegation
Delegation is a legal and management concept, an art and a skill, and a decision-making process. Delegation is never absolute; the delegator retains final accountability for the delegation decision-making process, and for the results of the delegation. It is essential to remember that scope of practice for any provider of nursing care should be built on a foundation of beginning, entry level practice. RNs and LPNs should ideally concentrate on performance of entry-level skills during the first 6-12 months of practice. It is during this time period that the nurse often learns the essential skills of time human resource management, and is able to better fine-tune skills and develop confidence in his/her nursing abilities.
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