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Management of the human resources in the health sector

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Author(s): Martha Kelesi | Matina Stavropoulou

Journal: To Vima tou Asklipiou
ISSN 1109-4486

Volume: 09;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 280;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Management of human resources | health-care units | works’ productivity

ABSTRACT
There are many common points between the theory of the management of human resources and other general fields such as the business theory and the management theory. Especially, the management of nurses includes all the procedures which are involved in order to hire the right people for the job. The necessary procedures are in chronicle sequence the attraction of employees, the choice between the most skilful of them, their control and certification, the proper delegation of duties and the preservation of this personnel or its promotion to the next level.The aim the present study is the analysis of the parameters relative to management strategies in nurse departments.Method: This study was based on a search which was carried out through relative bibliographical references both from international and Greek textbooks and also through the Internet in recognized databases.Conclusions: The foundation stone in the theory of nursing management is the idea that the employees have to meet a double challenge. This challenge is the maximization of their productivity and at the same time the fulfillment of the organization purposes. The efficiency of human resources at the health sector is resultant of many powers. These are the hierarchical promotion, the motives, the employee’s satisfaction, the working conditions and the in-service training which should be provided for life.

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