Dictionary of Nursing Theory and Research (Google eBook)

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Springer Publishing Company, 2005 - Medical - 210 pages
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An essential reference, particularly for students who encounter nursing theory and research courses in their educational programs....In her foreword...Afaf Meleis states that it is the answer to a graduate student's prayers. I would certainly agree, and I would add that experienced researchers and theoreticians can use it as a handy reference for day-to-day scholarly activities."--"Nursing Education Perspectives"

Updated terminology and the addition of many new terms with examples and references that reflect current nursing practice make this third edition of the " Dictionary of Nursing Theory and Research" a valuable accompaniment to the nursing student's or practitioner nurse's bookshelf. With the inclusion of research, theory, statistical, and epidemiologic definitions, as well as cross-reference notes at the end of each entry, this compilation is one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date nursing dictionaries available.;

  

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Bethel Ann Powers RN, PhD, FSAA, FGSA is Professor of Nursing at the University of Rochester School of Nursing. Dr. Powers received a BS degree in nursing from Alderson-Broaddus College in West Virginia and MS in nursing as well as PhD in anthropology degrees from the University of Rochester. Her program of research is focused on care of older adults and their family caregivers in different settings using a variety of approaches - qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. She publishes in nursing and interdisciplinary journals; received an AJN Book of the Year Award for her 2003 "Springer publication, Nursing Home Ethics: Everyday Issues Affecting Residents with Dementia"; is on the "Journal of Gerontological Nursing"editorial advisory board; and is a reviewer for multiple nursing and interdisciplinary journals in her specialty areas.

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