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The "new" doctor-nurse game in decentralization: A case study in southern Sweden

Georgakopoulos, Vasileios (2010)
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
ABSTRACT Thesis title: The “new” doctor-nurse game in decentralization –A case study in southern Sweden. Course: BUSM18, Degree Project in Managing People, Knowledge & Change, 15 Credits. Seminar date: 03-06-2010 Author: Vasileios Georgakopoulos Supervisor: Sverre Spoelstra Key words: Decision making, decentralization, popular culture, critical thinking
communication, teamwork, stress, E.R series, rational-bounded rational-irrational model, ambiguity. Purpose: To explore the nursing decision making in a decentralized area, taking into consideration the nurses’ knowledge and clinical practice. Method: This research is based on a qualitative approach through interviews. The method which is used on my research is the mix of deductive and... (More)
ABSTRACT Thesis title: The “new” doctor-nurse game in decentralization –A case study in southern Sweden. Course: BUSM18, Degree Project in Managing People, Knowledge & Change, 15 Credits. Seminar date: 03-06-2010 Author: Vasileios Georgakopoulos Supervisor: Sverre Spoelstra Key words: Decision making, decentralization, popular culture, critical thinking
communication, teamwork, stress, E.R series, rational-bounded rational-irrational model, ambiguity. Purpose: To explore the nursing decision making in a decentralized area, taking into consideration the nurses’ knowledge and clinical practice. Method: This research is based on a qualitative approach through interviews. The method which is used on my research is the mix of deductive and inductive approach. Furthermore, it is used the popular culture as an interview technique. Theoretical framework: The theoretical framework which I use deals with the nursing recommendation to the doctors which started from the decade of 90’s. Hence, in order to describe this framework I was inspired from the influential historic overview of decision making model Conclusion: Nurses influence the doctors’ decision making process with three models. First the rational model (Step-By-Step), second the bounded rational model (Recognition-Primed Decision) and third the irrational model (Garbage Can). A basic precondition is to work the nurses in a decentralized health system. (Less)
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Georgakopoulos, Vasileios
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H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
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decision making, decentralization, popular culture, critical thinking, communication, teamwork, stress, E.R series, rational-bounded rational-irrational model, ambiguity., Management of enterprises, Företagsledning, management
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Swedish
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1619742
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2010-06-03 00:00:00
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  abstract     = {ABSTRACT Thesis title: The “new” doctor-nurse game in decentralization –A case study in southern Sweden. Course: BUSM18, Degree Project in Managing People, Knowledge & Change, 15 Credits. Seminar date: 03-06-2010 Author: Vasileios Georgakopoulos Supervisor: Sverre Spoelstra Key words: Decision making, decentralization, popular culture, critical thinking
communication, teamwork, stress, E.R series, rational-bounded rational-irrational model, ambiguity. Purpose: To explore the nursing decision making in a decentralized area, taking into consideration the nurses’ knowledge and clinical practice. Method: This research is based on a qualitative approach through interviews. The method which is used on my research is the mix of deductive and inductive approach. Furthermore, it is used the popular culture as an interview technique. Theoretical framework: The theoretical framework which I use deals with the nursing recommendation to the doctors which started from the decade of 90’s. Hence, in order to describe this framework I was inspired from the influential historic overview of decision making model Conclusion: Nurses influence the doctors’ decision making process with three models. First the rational model (Step-By-Step), second the bounded rational model (Recognition-Primed Decision) and third the irrational model (Garbage Can). A basic precondition is to work the nurses in a decentralized health system.},
  author       = {Georgakopoulos, Vasileios},
  keyword      = {decision making,decentralization,popular culture,critical thinking,communication,teamwork,stress,E.R series,rational-bounded rational-irrational model,ambiguity.,Management of enterprises,Företagsledning, management},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {The "new" doctor-nurse game in decentralization: A case study in southern Sweden},
  year         = {2010},
}