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Nursing Profession: Tomorrow and Beyond

by Chaska N SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
11/2000
ISBN:
9780761919438
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Hbk 1050 pages
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Dr. Norma L. Chaska, Ph.D., RN, FAAN is a leader in nursing education and nursing administration. She is widely sought as a consultant for academic administration in universities and for nursing education programs. Prior to her graduate education, Dr. Chaska held numerous clinical and administrative positions in every specialized area of nursing for a total of 15 years of experience in nursing practice. She has had 22 years of experience in nursing education and academic administration. Throughout her academic career, Dr. Chaska has drawn extensively from her clinical background and experience in services and research settings. A major concern in all of her work is the evolution of nursing as a profession. The purpose of this new volume is to provide an in-depth global scope and study of nursing as a profession. Specifically, its aim is to project patterns of thought and considerations about the current state of nursing into the future of the 21st Century. The content should cause the reader to reflect, consider, and dialogue regarding the various paths presented to articulate his or her goals for the profession to go forward.

PART ONE: PROFESSIONALIZATION
Building for the Next Century - Geraldene Felton
Nursing's Bias as its Glory
Nightingale II - JoEllen Koerner
Nursing in the New Millennium
A New Approach to the Regulation of Nursing Practice - Carolyn J Yocom and Katherine A Thomas
Mutual Recognition
Continued Competence of the Nurse - Charlie Jones-Dickson
New Attention on an Old Problem
Professional Nursing - Beverly Kopala
Issues and Ethics
Ethics in International Nursing - Anne J Davis
Issues an Questions
Legal Perspectives in Nursing Education - Lois A Lane and Craig Paterson
Federal Health Policy - Janet Heinrich and Mary Wakefield
Issues for the Nursing Profession in the 21st Century
Professional Associations for the Millennium - Patricia E Thompson and Ramon Lavandero
Surviving or Thriving?
Future of Medicare - Peter I Buerhaus
Implications for Nursing Practice, Education, and Research
The Future Registered Nurse Workforce in Health Care Delivery - Cheryl B Jones
Economic Considerations
PART TWO: NURSING EDUCATION
From Revolution to Transformation - Barbara C Gaines
Curriculum Development in a New Millennium
Program Evaluation in Nursing Education - Shirley L Dooling and Barbara C Gaines
Distributive Learning Strategies - Rosalee C Yeaworth et al
Improving Educational Access in Nursing
Teaching and Learning in On-Line Communities of Professional Practice in Nursing - Diane M Billings
Strategies to Successfully Educate Nursing Students in the 21st Century - Amy H Nichols and Andrea Renwanz-Boyle
Preparing Tomorrow's Nursing Leaders - Mary L Fisher
Changing the Paradigm
Interdisciplinary Education for Nursing - Joyce J Fitzpatrick
Global Perspectives on Graduate Nursing Education - Shaka Ketefian and Richard W Redman
Opportunities and Challenges
Doctoral Nursing Education - Elizabeth R Lenz and Sally Brosz Hardin
Approaches to Achieving Quality When Resources are Limited
Transitions - Anastasia Fisher and Barbara Habermann
From Doctoral Preparation to Academic Career
Tenure - Juanita W Fleming
A Continuing Issue for Academic Nursing
PART THREE: NURSING THEORY
Directions for Theory Development in Nursing - for an Increased Coherence in the New Century - Hesook Suzie Kim
Toward a Theory of Nursing Art - Peggy L Chinn
Postmodern Nursing and Beyond - Jean M Watson
Utilization of Nursing Knowledge and the Future of the Discipline - Jaqueline Fawcett and Mary G Bourbonniere
The Neuman Systems Model - Betty M Neuman
A Futuristic Care Perspective
An Assessment of Nursing Theories as Guides to Scientific Inquiry - Eleanor Donnelly
PART FOUR: NURSING RESEARCH
Interdisciplinary Efforts, Progress and Promise - Alda M Lindsey
Cancer Nursing Research
Emerging Research Issues in Mobility - Christine E Kasper
Nursing Language and Knowledge Development - Dorothy A Jones
Harvesting Knowledge - Ida M Androwich and Sheila A Haas
Conducting and Integrated, Systematic Literature Review
Instrumentation Concerns for Multicultural Research - Robin Dawn Froman and Steven V Owen
Evidence for Theory Based Interventions - Carol Deets and Euioo Choi
Research Utilization and Evidence Based Practice - Marita G Titler
Research Preparation in the 21st Century - Kenneth P Miller
PART FIVE: NURSING PRACTICE
Cultural Competence in a Changing Health Care Environment - Larry Purnell
Informatics for Nursing Practice - Kathleen R Stevens and Elizabeth E Weiner
The Critical Importance of Faculty Practice - Michael A Carter
Partnerships for the New Millennium - Maureen P McCausland and Kathleen M McCauley
Developing Clinical Decision-making in a Practice Profession
Nursing Practice Reimbursement Issues in the 21st Century - Karen R Robinson et al
Advanced Practice Roles in Nursing - Mikel L Gray
Preparation and Scope of Practice
Healing Practices in Nursing - Mariah Snyder et al
Community Health Services - Judith W Alexander
Now and in the Future
Building and Sustaining Community Partnerships - Linda Hollinger-Smith
Models for Nursing Practice
Palliative Care - Inge B Corless
It's Not Just for the Terminally Ill
Impact of Home Health Care on Clinical Practice and Education - Mary Ann Schroeder and Carol O Long
Health Care Consumer Choice - Elizabeth F Sefcik and Rebecca A Patronis Jones
A Primary Care Perspective
Parish Nursing - Mary Ann McDermott
When the Population Served is a Congregation
Issues in Rural Health Care - Carol H Pullen
Mobile Nursing Centers for Vulnerable Populations - Catherine M Todero
Nursing Centers - Sara E Barger
A Fit for the Future
Nursing Entrepreneurship - Virginia Duffy
Potential, Plausibility, and Prospects
Genetics - Jean F Jenkins
New Directions for Nursing and Health Care
PART SIX: NURSING ADMINISTRATION - SERVICE
Into the Millennium - Timothy P Porter-O'Grady
New Structures for Nursing Systems
Organizing Nursing in an Integrated Delivery System (IDS) - SueEllen Pinkerton
Case Management - Rose M Gerber
Tomorrow's Vision
Managed Care Health Organizations - Margaret M Conger
Implications for Nursing
Incorporating Interventions for Social and Environmental Risk Factors Into Nursing Services - Jacqueline A Dienemann et al
Climbing Out of the Crab Bucket - Sandra P Thomas
Strategies for Resolving Conflict Among Nurses
Creating Healthy Work Environments for Nursing Practice - Joanne M Disch
Nurse Executive Practice for the New Millennium - Margaret L McClure
PART SEVEN: NURSING ADMINISTRATION - ACADEMIC
The Changing Role of Faculty and Dean - Carol A Lindeman
The Impact of a Market-Driven Higher Education System
Academic Health Science Centers- Dinosaurs of Models for the Millennium - Sharon E Hoffman
Schools of Nursing in Private and Public Sectors - Sarah B Keating and Shannon E Perry
Challenges and Opportunities
The Associate Dean - Marilyn Flood
The Protean Role
Academic Roles and Faculty Development - Diana L Biordi and Elizabeth A McFarlane
Avoiding the Fatal "By-Pass Operation" in Facilitating Accountability - Norma L Chaska
Dynamics of Discernment in Administrative Team Development - Andrea R Lindell
PART EIGHT: THE FUTURE OF NURSING
Healing Into the Future - Daniel J Pesut
Re-Creating the Profession of Nursing Through Inner Work
The Future of Nursing Education - Donna L Boland
Helping to Determine if Nursing is to Be or Not to Be
From Fragmentation to Integration - Afaf I Melesis and Eun-Ok Im
Situation Specific Theories
Nursing Research into the 21st Century - Patricia A Grady
Challenges and Opportunities
Toward a Philosophy of Healing Practices - Phyllis Beck Kritek
Nursing in the New World of Health Care - Karleen M Kerfoot
A Vision or Illusion
Looking to the Future of Academic Administrative Leadership - Joa L F Shaver
View From Another Planet - Grayce M Sills and Carole A Anderson
Paths to Make a Difference - Norma L Chaska

". . .makes an excellent graduate level text. . .also highly recommended for all nurses." 


Dr. Norma L. Chaska, Ph.D., RN, FAAN is a leader in nursing education and nursing administration. She is widely sought as a consultant for academic administration in universities and for nursing education programs. Prior to her graduate education, Dr. Chaska held numerous clinical and administrative positions in every specialized area of nursing for a total of 15 years of experience in nursing practice. She has had 22 years of experience in nursing education and academic administration. Throughout her academic career, Dr. Chaska has drawn extensively from her clinical background and experience in services and research settings. A major concern in all of her work is the evolution of nursing as a profession