Online PR News – 06-July-2017 – Ngozi I. Moneke, DHA, MSN, APRN, ACNPC, CCRN-CMC, marks her debut in the medical and literary limelight with Critical Care Nurses Perceived Leadership Practices, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Analysis of a Non-Profit Healthcare Organization, a compilation book which reformulates the standards on effective Leadership and Management for Critical Nurses. It also includes management theory, practical applications and contexts that seek to provide applied rules to the different analysis given.
Such move will not only hasten the learning curve of the readers, but also give a striking and invigorating take in the study. This four-part book includes well-defined and equally-distributed topics. It includes doctoral dissertation, analysis, study data, results, and my personal perspective as the author of this medical book. Furthermore, it features TCS-L Nursing Leadership Model. Moneke points out.
Moneke undeniably has an exemplary track record in the medical field for the past thirty-six years. She holds a Master of Science degree in Nursing, a certified Adult Nurse Practitioner, and a doctorate degree in Health Administration. This medical extraordinaire has reached a wide range of audiences and does not only appeal to those who are in the same field, but also to the graduate students, academicians, scientific researchers, even those top-level leaders and experts.
Moneke aims to build a culture of passion where excellence is highlighted as the key ingredient to attaining success for individual, team and organizational levels. She is just about set to publish her second book entitled CCRN Examination Practice Questions and Answers with Rationales, a preparatory examination practice test book and reviewer for test takers. She aspires to continue to be a voice in healthcare, more especially in critical care practice for greater chances of success.
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