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Type: Artigo
Title: Knowledge of responsible technical nurses on management skills : a qualitative study
Author: Siqueira, Cibele Leite
Ferreira Bernadeli, Andrea Cristiane
Gasparino, Renata Cristina
Feldman, Liliane Bauer
Kowal Olm Cunha, Isabel Cristina
Oliveira, Ramon Antonio
Abstract: To identify the knowledge of responsible technical nurses in relation to the general and management skills required to perform this function. Method: Qualitative case study with 14 nurses. The semi-structured interviews were recorded and the data analyzed through the thematic content analysis. Results: Two categories stood out: Main Responsibilities for the Position of Technical Manager: Leadership, Interpersonal Relationship and Systemic view; and Developing Skills: Dissociation between Theory and Practice. Final considerations: The fact that only three skills have been recognized as necessary for the exercise of the function of technical leader and the perception of the interviewees about the dissociation between theory and practice during graduation should be explored by the teaching and health institutions, because to exercise this nurses must develop the technical-scientific, socio-educational and ethical-political skills to be able to lead the organization to positive results..
Subject: Serviços de enfermagem - Administração
Administração de serviços de saúde
Competência profissional
Country: Brasil
Editor: Associação Brasileira de Enfermagem
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/0034-7167-2017-0761
Date Issue: 2019
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