Literature Review – Management.Write a minimum of 6 page literature review of the following references (Each reference must be used). This needs to be done in APA format. All reference must be used and there are a total of15 referneces. The referneces will be emailed to you.
The focus of the literature review needs to follow the following Research guidelines:
Problem: There is very little communication when there is a violent patient or potentially violent patient being treated by clinicians across multiple departments in emergency medicine.
Purpose: To manage improved communication techniques between departments in respect to work place safety in trauma situations.
Research question: How to better manage interdepartmental communication in respect to work place safety in trauma situations
Tentative title: Interdepartmental communication in respect to work place safety in trauma situations.
(Anonymous, 2012; Cooper, Porter, & Endacott, 2011; Culpan & Kucukemiroglu, 1993; Golm, 2009; Karadjova-Stoev & Mujtaba, 2016; Lettieri, Masella, & Radaelli, 2009; Middaugh, Grissom, & Satkowski, 2008; Nelson, 2014; Penny, 2017; Porter, Kaushal, Forbes, Goldmann, & Kalish, 2008; Priesmeyer & Murray, 2012; Virtue, Chaussalet, & Kelly, 2013; Wise, 2014; Woodward, 2008; Zack, 2014)
Anonymous. (2012). Sweat the Small Stuff. Quality Progress, 45(7), 15.
Cooper, S., Porter, J., & Endacott, R. (2011). Mixed methods research: a design for emergency care research? Emergency Medicine Journal : EMJ, 28(8), 682. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/emj.2010.096321
Culpan, R., & Kucukemiroglu, O. (1993). A comparison of U.S. and Japanese management styles and unit effectiveness. Management International Review, 33(1), 27.
Golm, H. (2009). Examining the relationship between transformational, transactional, and change -oriented leadership and their influence on leadership effectiveness. (3373742 Ph.D.), Columbia University, Ann Arbor. Retrieved from https://proxy.cecybrary.com/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/304865618?accountid=144789 ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global database.
Karadjova-Stoev, G., & Mujtaba, B. G. (2016). Strategic Human Resource Management And Global Expansion Lessons From The Euro Disney Challenges In France. The International Business & Economics Research Journal (Online), 15(3), 79-n/a.
Lettieri, E., Masella, C., & Radaelli, G. (2009). Disaster management: findings from a systematic review. Disaster Prevention and Management, 18(2), 117-136. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09653560910953207
Middaugh, D. J., Grissom, N., & Satkowski, T. (2008). Goofy Management: Taking the Magic to the Workplace. Medsurg Nursing, 17(2), 131-132.
Nelson, W. A. P. H. (2014). Proposed Ethical Guidelines for Quality Improvement. Healthcare Executive, 29(2), 52-55.
Penny, S. M. (2017). Serving, Following, and Leading in Health Care. Radiologic Technology, 88(6), 603-620.
Porter, S. C. M. D. M. P. H., Kaushal, R. M. D. M. P. H., Forbes, P. W. M. A., Goldmann, D. M. D., & Kalish, L. A. S. (2008). Impact of a Patient-Centered Technology on Medication Errors During Pediatric Emergency Care. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 8(5), 329-335.
Priesmeyer, H. R., & Murray, M. A. (2012). Managing Disruptive Events: How To Create Interdepartmental Responses. American Journal of Health Sciences, 3(1), 23-32. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.19030/ajhs.v3i1.6749
Virtue, A., Chaussalet, T., & Kelly, J. (2013). Healthcare planning and its potential role increasing operational efficiency in the health sector. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 26(1/2), 8-20. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/17410391311289523
Wise, T. D. (2014). Creativity and culture at Pixar and Disney: a comparison. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 20(1), 149-167.
Woodward, G. A. (2008). Radiologic procedures, policies and protocols for pediatric emergency medicine. Pediatric Radiology, 38, 707-713. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00247-008-0973-z
Zack, B. (2014). 3 skills effective hospital leaders need. FierceHealthcare.