What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like that? The role of a nurse in the Office of the Provost
This article describes an uncommon role for a senior nursing administrator, that of associate provost for health sciences. Key interdisciplinary interactions and responsibilities in this position are outlined, as well as particular competencies needed to be successful in this multifaceted job. The author's professional development as a clinician and academician is summarized, noting that she did not orchestrate her career for an administrative role. However, aspects of her development as a psychiatric mental health nurse and researcher contributed skills that have proved to be invaluable in her current administrative position.
Kathleen Buckwalter. "What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like that? The role of a nurse in the Office of the Provost" Nursing administration quarterly 25.4 (2001): 74-78.
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