Esther Green – RN MSc
I had the privilege to sit down with Esther Green, who is working at Cancer Care Ontario. We had a great discussion on how she came to her role and what she is doing there. She brings up interesting insights into how she is integrating research on advanced practice nursing, recruitment and retention and patient safety in her current role.
- Denise Bryant-Lukosius
- PEPPA Framework (Particapatory, Evidence-Based, Patient-Focused, Process for Advanced Practice Nursing (APN) Role Develompent, Implementation and Evaluation)Framework
- de Souza Institute
- Cummings G.G.,Olson K.,Hayduk L.,Bakker D.,Fitch M.,Green E.,Butler L.&Conlon M. (2008) The relationship between nursing leadership and nurses’ job satisfaction in Canadian oncology work environments Journal of Nursing Management16, 508-518
- Bryant-Lukosius, D., DiCenso, A., Browne, G., & Pinelli, J. (2004). Advanced practice nursing roles: developing, implementation and evaluation. The Journal of Advanced Nursing, 48(5), 519-529
- Bryant-Lukosius, D., DiCenso, A., (2004) A framework for the introduction and evaluation of advanced practice nursing roles, Nursing and Health Care Management Policy, 48(5) 530-540.
- Esther Green: What do you think the core areas that would help you develop your leadership skills? What type of courses would you like to see for oncology nursing leadership offered?
- Robert Fraser: Do you understand how your oncology unit fits into the larger system picture?