Nursing Leadership: A Concept Analysis


  • Mohammad Taha Qtait Arab American Unversity, Palestine



Key word: concept analysis, leadership, nursing, management


Background: Nursing is a demanding career that needs strong role models and mentors who can motivate and inspire their colleagues.

Aims: The study's overarching objective was to conduct a conceptual review of nursing administration.

Design: Concept analysis using (Walker and Avant’s, 2005) concept analysis method, and review of the literature was conducted using several databases, “nursing leadership”, “nursing” & “leadership”, “nurse” & “leadership” were searched as keywords.

Data sources: PubMed, CINAHL and Google Scholar.

Result: Leadership attributes in nursing were found in this study as self-improvement, teamwork, nursing excellence, creative problem solution, and sway. As with any profession, nursing leadership is predicated on the individual's development, the establishment of trustworthy relationships, and the absolute necessity of the position itself. Many positive outcomes emerged, including higher levels of nursing productivity, the creation of a more cooperative workplace, and increased satisfaction with one has chosen career path.

Conclusion: The findings from this research demonstrate the efficacy of nurse leadership. The results also provide theoretical backing for the contention that nurses of all stripes would benefit from taking leadership training.


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Qtait, M. T. (2023). Nursing Leadership: A Concept Analysis: . Kufa Journal for Nursing Sciences, 13(1), 10–18.

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