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050 00 RT63|b.C87 2001 
060 00 2001 E-162 
060 10 WY 16|bC976 2001 
082 00 610.73|221 
092    610.73|bM 13 
245 00 Current issues in nursing /|c[edited by] Joanne McCloskey 
       Dochterman, Helen Kennedy Grace. 
250    Sixth edition. 
264  1 St. Louis :|bMosby,|c[2001] 
264  4 |c©2001 
300    xxiii, 693 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
650  0 Nursing.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85093362 
650  0 Nursing|xSocial aspects|zUnited States.|0http://id.loc.gov
       /authorities/subjects/sh2010104064 
650  0 Nursing|xPractice|zUnited States.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh2010104042 
650 12 Nursing.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D009729 
650 22 Ethics, Nursing.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D004993 
650 22 Nursing Theory.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D009742 
700 1  Dochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n81034790 
700 1  Grace, Helen K.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n50037050 
970 11 |tOverview: The Richness of Nursing|cJoanne McCloskey 
       Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p2 
970 11 |l1|tWhat Is Nursing?|cDonna Diers|fDiers, Donna.|p5 
970 11 |l2|tStaff Nurses Working in Hospitals: Who Are They, What
       Do They Do, and What Challenges Do They Face?|cVictoria T.
       Grando|fGrando, Victoria T.|p14 
970 11 |l3|tClinical Nurse Specialists and Nurse Practitioners: 
       Who Are They, What Do They Do, and What Challenges Do They
       Face?|cAnn Henrick|fHenrick, Ann|cJo Ann Appleyard
       |fAppleyard, Jo Ann|p19 
970 11 |l4|tNurse Executives: Who Are They, What Do They Do, and 
       What Challenges Do They Face?|cSueEllen Pinkerton
       |fPinkerton, SueEllen.|p26 
970 11 |l5|tNursing Faculty: Who Are They, What Do They Do, and 
       What Challenges Do They Face?|cCarole A. Anderson
       |fAnderson, Carole A.|p30 
970 11 |l6|tNurse Researchers: Who Are They, What Do They Do, and
       What Challenges Do They Face?|cNancy A. Stotts|fStotts, 
       Nancy A.|p36 
970 11 |tOverview: Data, Information, Knowledge|cJoanne McCloskey
       Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p42 
970 11 |l7|tNursing Theory, Nursing Research, and Nursing 
       Practice: Connected or Separate?|cMary A. Blegen|fBlegen, 
       Mary A.|cToni Tripp-Reimer|fTripp-Reimer, Toni, 1946-|p44 
970 11 |l8|tStandardized Terminologies and Integrated Information
       Systems: Building Blocks for Transforming Data into 
       Nursing Knowledge|cSuzanne Bakken|fBakken, Suzanne|cMori 
       Costantino|fCostantino, Mori|p52 
970 11 |l9|tEvidence-Based Practice: A Tool for Clinical and 
       Managerial Decision Making|cColleen J. Goode|fGoode, 
       Colleen J.|cMary Krugman|fKrugman, Mary|p60 
970 11 |l10|tBenchmarking: A Tool for Management Decision Making
       |cSalima Manji Lin|fLin, Salima Manji|cCayce P. Truohng
       |fTruohng, Cayce P.|cCarolyn Smeltzer|fSmeltzer, Carolyn
       |d[et al.]|p69 
970 11 |l11|tUse of Distance Technology for Education, Practice, 
       and Research|cJoan E. Predko|fPredko, Joan E.|p75 
970 11 |l12|tElectronic Information Exchange in the Year 2010
       |cJoann M. Eland|fEland, Joann M.|p82 
970 11 |tOverview: Nursing Education in Transition|cJoanne 
       McCloskey Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen
       Kennedy Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p88 
970 11 |l13|tThe Century Ahead: Old Traditions and New Challenges
       for Nursing Education|cDorothy D. Camilleri|fCamilleri, 
       Danielle.|p90 
970 11 |l14|tChanging Methods of Education|cKaren L. Miller
       |fMiller, Karen L.|p99 
970 11 |l15|tInternational Graduate Nursing Education: A Modest 
       Proposal|cJudith M. Lewis|fLewis, Judith M.|p103 
970 11 |l16|tBroadening Clinical Education in Basic Nursing 
       Programs|cM. Elaine Tagliareni|fTagliareni, M. Elaine.
       |cAndrea Mengel|fMengel, Andrea.|p112 
970 11 |l17|tBroadening Clinical Education in APN Graduate 
       Education Programs|cMarilyn L. Rothert|fRothert, Marilyn 
       L.|cGeraldine J. Talarczyk|fTalarczyk, Geraldine J.|p118 
970 11 |l18|tCritical Thinking: What Is It and How Do We Teach 
       It?|cM. Gaie Rubenfeld|fRubenfeld, M. Gaie.|cBarbara K. 
       Scheffer|fScheffer, Barbara K.|p125 
970 11 |l19|tCollaborative Institutional Approaches to Nursing 
       Education|cV. Jene Muhl|fMuhl, V. Jene|p133 
970 11 |tOverview: A Nurse Is Not a Nurse Is Not a Nurse|cJonne 
       McCloskey Dochterman|fDochterman, Jonne McCloskey|cHelen 
       Kennedy Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p138 
970 11 |l20|tMoving the Care: From Hospital to Home, from Nurses 
       to Whom?|cLucille A. Joel|fJoel, Lucille A.|p142 
970 11 |l21|tAmbulatory Care Nursing: Challenges for the 21st 
       Century|cIda M. Androwich|fAndrowich, Ida.|cShelia A. Haas
       |fHaas, Shelia A.|p150 
970 11 |l22|tCurrent Issues in Emergency Nursing 2000|cMarilyn L.
       Rice|fRice, Marilyn L.|cCynthia J. Abel|fAbel, Cynthia J.
       |cDeborah Smith|fSmith, Deborah|p159 
970 11 |l23|tRecent Changes and Current Issues in Gerontological 
       Nursing|cMary Zwygart-Stauffacher|fZwygart-Stauffacher, 
       Mary, 1955-|cMarilyn J. Rantz|fRantz, Marilyn J.|p168 
970 11 |l24|tHospice Care: Underutilized and Misunderstood|cMolly
       A. Poleto|fPoleto, Molly A.|p175 
970 11 |l25|tRecent Changes and Current Issues in Adult Health/
       Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice|cMarilyn S. Fetter
       |fFetter, Marilyn S.|cCecelia Gatson Grindel|fGrindel, 
       Cecelia Gatson.|p182 
970 11 |l26|tRecent Changes and Current Issues in Parish Nursing
       |cAnn Solari-Twadell|fSolari-Twadell, Ann|p189 
970 11 |l27|tRecent Changes and Current Issues in Perinatal 
       Nursing|cKathleen Rice Simpson|fSimpson, Kathleen Rice.
       |p194 
970 11 |l28|tRecent Changes and Current Issues in Perioperative 
       Nursing|cSuzanne Cushman Beyea|fBeyea, Suzanne C.|p201 
970 11 |l29|tRecent Changes and Current Issues in Psychiatric 
       Nursing|cGail W. Stuart|fStuart, Gail Wiscarz, 1949-|p207 
970 11 |l30|tAlternative and Complementary Therapies: An Overview
       and Issues|cCharlotte Eliopoulos|fEliopoulos, Charlotte.
       |p216 
970 11 |tOverview: Preserving Quality in an Era of Cost Control
       |cJoanne McCloskey Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne 
       McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p222 
970 11 |l31|tCan Quality of Care Be Maintained in a Managed Care 
       System?|cDulcelina Albano Stahl|fStahl, Dulcelina Albano.
       |p225 
970 11 |l32|tStandards and Guidelines: Have They Made Any 
       Difference?|cSusan L. Dean-Baar|fDean-Baar, Susan.|p234 
970 11 |l33|tThe Use of Clinical Pathways: Do They Improve 
       Quality?|cSusan Park Kyzer|fKyzer, Susan Park|p241 
970 11 |l34|tOutcomes Management for Quality Improvement|cMarita 
       G. Titler|fTitler, Marita G.|p246 
970 11 |l35|tThe Problems with Health Care Customer Satisfaction 
       Surveys|cPolly Gerber Zimmermann|fZimmermann, Polly Gerber
       |p255 
970 11 |l36|tLicensure in Nursing: Old vs. New Approaches|cDonna 
       M. Dorsey|fDorsey, Donna M.|p261 
970 11 |l37|tPerformance Evaluation: Measuring Clinical 
       Competencies|cRobert H. Welton|fWelton, Robert H.|cFe 
       Nieves-Khouw|fNieves-Khouw, Fe|p267 
970 11 |tOverview: Challenges to Nursing Leadership in a Changing
       Nursing Practice World|cJoanne McCloskey Dochterman
       |fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy Grace
       |fGrace, Helen K.|p278 
970 11 |l38|tThe Increasing Use of Unlicensed Assistive Personnel
       (UAP): The Erosion and Devotion of Nursing|cPolly Gerber 
       Zimmermann|fZimmermann, Polly Gerber|p281 
970 11 |l39|tLeadership in Transition|cKarlene M. Kerfoot
       |fKerfoot, Karlene M.|p289 
970 11 |l40|tNurses in Nonnursing Leadership Positions|cBeverly 
       L. Malone|fMalone, Beverly L.|p293 
970 11 |l41|tCommunity-Based Academic Health Centers|cPatricia 
       Maguire Meservey|fMeservey, Patricia Maguire|p299 
970 11 |l42|tNursing Centers: New Opportunities and Continuing 
       Challenges|cSally Peck Lundeen|fLundeen, Sally Peck|p304 
970 11 |l43|tBetter Together: Developing Education-Community 
       Linkages to Enhance Professional Practice for the 21st 
       Century|cAnne S. Belcher|fBelcher, Anne S.|p313 
970 11 |l44|tShared Governance Models in Nursing: What Is Shared,
       Who Governs, and Who Benefits?|cMeridean L. Maas|fMaas, 
       Meridean.|cJanet K. Pringle Specht|fSpecht, Janet K. 
       Pringle|p318 
970 11 |tOverview: System Reform: Opportunity or Threat?|cJoanne 
       McCloskey Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen
       Kennedy Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p330 
970 11 |l45|tFrom a Medical Care System for a Few to a 
       Comprehensive Health Care System for All|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p332 
970 11 |l46|tBusiness Coalitions in an Electronic Age: Surviving 
       in Local and Global Markets|cPatricia Hinton Walker
       |fWalker, Patricia Hinton|cAmy J. Barton|fBarton, Amy J.
       |cJill Scott|fScott, Jill|p338 
970 11 |l47|tNursing in a Political Era|cMarla E. Salmon|fSalmon,
       Marla E.|p346 
970 11 |l48|tThe Corporatization of Health Care: Mergers and 
       Acquisitions|cMarjorie Beyers|fBeyers, Marjorie.|p352 
970 11 |l49|tNurse Practitioners: Issues Within a Managed Care 
       Environment|cBarbara A. Given|fGiven, Barbara A.|p358 
970 11 |l50|tContracting for Nursing Services|cGerri S. Lamb
       |fLamb, Gerri.|cDonna Zazworsky|fZazworsky, Donna.|p367 
970 11 |tOverview: A Concern for Costs|cJoanne McCloskey 
       Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p374 
970 11 |l51|tControlling Health Care Costs: Regulation vs. 
       Competition|cF. Michael Seefeldt|fSeefeldt, F. Michael
       |cMohan Garg|fGarg, Mohan|cHelen Kennedy Grace|fGrace, 
       Helen K.|p377 
970 11 |l52|tManaged Care, Prospective Payment, and Reimbursement
       Trends: Impact and Implications for Nursing|cPeggy Jo 
       Maddox|fMaddox, Peggy.|p387 
970 11 |l53|tCost of Home Care for Persons with Disability
       |cHarriet Udin Aronow|fAronow, Harriet Udin|p401 
970 11 |l54|tParadigm Shift: Taking Care of Patients and Taking 
       Care of Business|cJeanette C. Klemczak|fKlemczak, Jeanette
       C.|cKatherine Dontje|fDontje, Katherine|p405 
970 11 |l55|tReimbursement for Alternative Providers|cJudy Lee
       |fLee, Judy|p411 
970 11 |l56|tFinancial Management for Patient Care Managers
       |cDonna Young Schmidt|fSchmidt, Donna Young|p420 
970 11 |tOverview: Colleagues and Conflict|cJoanne McCloskey 
       Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p430 
970 11 |l57|tCollaboration Between Nurses and Physicians in the 
       21st Century: What Is It? Does It Exist? Why Does It 
       Matter?|cJudith Gedney Baggs|fBaggs, Judith Gedney|p432 
970 11 |l58|tFeminism and Nursing: Reclaiming Nightingale's 
       Vision|cPeggy L. Chinn|fChinn, Peggy L.|p441 
970 11 |l59|tEntering Collegial Relationships: The Demise of 
       Nurse as Victim|cAdele W. Pike|fPike, Adele W.|p448 
970 11 |l60|tCollaboration Between Medical and Nursing Education 
       in Community-Based Settings|cJoellen B. Edwards|fEdwards, 
       Joellen B.|p453 
970 11 |l61|tNurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants: 
       Separated at Birth|cRita M. Williams|fWilliams, Rita M.
       |p461 
970 11 |l62|tConflict and Collaboration: Relationships and 
       Challenges|cGail M. Keenan|fKeenan, Gail M.|cMary Jo Kocan
       |fKocan, Mary Jo|cFrancene Lundy|fLundy, Francene|d[et 
       al.]|p466 
970 11 |l63|tSome Reflections on Conflict Resolution in Nursing: 
       The Implications of Negotiating at an Uneven Table
       |cPhyllis Beck Kritek|fKritek, Phyllis Beck, 1943-|p473 
970 11 |tOverview: Diversity in Nursing: A Formidable Challenge
       |cJoanne McCloskey Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne 
       McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p480 
970 11 |l64|tWhy Isn't Nursing More Diversified?|cMaria R. Warda
       |fWarda, Maria R.|p483 
970 11 |l65|tMinority Representation in Nursing Education 
       Programs: Increasing Cultural Competence|cPatricia T. 
       Castiglia|fCastiglia, Patricia Thorson, 1935-|p493 
970 11 |l66|tFinally We Have Arrived: Men in Nursing|cVern L. 
       Bullough|fBullough, Vern L.|p504 
970 11 |l67|tBridging Cultures: African Americans and Nursing
       |cBetty Pierce Dennis|fDennis, Betty Pierce|p512 
970 11 |l68|tBridging Cultures: Asians and Pacific Islanders and 
       Nursing|cJillian Inouye|fInouye, Jillian|p520 
970 11 |l69|tBridging Cultures: Hispanics/Latinos and Nursing
       |cSara Torres|fTorres, Sara.|cHelen M. Castillo|fCastillo,
       Helen M.|p529 
970 11 |l70|tBridging Cultures: American Indians and Nursing
       |cBette Keltner|fKeltner, Bette|cDebra Smith|fSmith, Debra
       |cMechem Slim|fSlim, Mechem|p536 
970 11 |tOverview: Ethical, Legal, and Social Concerns in a 
       Changing Health Care World|cJoanne McCloskey Dochterman
       |fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy Grace
       |fGrace, Helen K.|p552 
970 11 |l71|tThe Ethics of Health Care Reform: Should Rationing 
       Strategies Target the Elderly?|cMary C. Corley|fCorley, 
       Mary C.|p555 
970 11 |l72|tLegal Implications for Professional Practice|cKay 
       Weiler|fWeiler, Kay|cPatricia Clinton|fClinton, Patricia
       |p562 
970 11 |l73|tEthical Issues and Resources for Nurses Across the 
       Continuum|cMargo R. Zink|fZink, Margo R.|cLinda M. Titus
       |fTitus, Linda M.|p568 
970 11 |l74|tSexual Harassment|cTonia Dandry Aiken|fAiken, Tonia 
       D.|p576 
970 11 |l75|tPediatric Nursing and TV Viewing: An Opportunity to 
       Affect Children's Health|cLinda K. Chase|fChase, Linda K.
       |cJody L. Kurtt|fKurtt, Jody L.|p583 
970 11 |l76|tChild Neglect Preventive Interventions: Nursing's 
       Role|cPerle Slavik Cowen|fCowen, Perle Slavik.|p590 
970 11 |l77|tAlzheimer's Disease: Legal, Ethical, and Moral 
       Considerations|cNancy Edwards|fEdwards, Nancy|p606 
970 11 |l78|tAdvance Directives: Challenges for Nurses and 
       Patients|cDiane K. Kjervik|fKjervik, Diane K., 1945-|p612 
970 11 |l79|tJust Managing: Ethical Obligations and the 
       Management Health Care Marketplace|cLaurie Zoloth|fZoloth,
       Laurie.|p619 
970 11 |tOverview: Nursing Around the World|cJoanne McCloskey 
       Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p628 
970 11 |l80|tAn Overview of Health Care and Nursing Education and
       Practice in Southern Africa|cSheila Dinotshe Tlou|fTlou, 
       Sheila Dinotshe|p631 
970 11 |l81|tAn Overview of Health Care and Nursing Education and
       Practice in Canada|cJanet C. Ross-Kerr|fRoss-Kerr, Janet 
       C.|p638 
970 11 |l82|tAn Overview of Health Care and Nursing Education and
       Practice in Britain|cJune Clark|fClark, June|p645 
970 11 |l83|tAn Overview of Health Care and Nursing Education and
       Practice in Japan|cTeruko Takahashi|fTakahashi, Teruko
       |cCheryl L. Brandi|fBrandi, Cheryl L.|p654 
970 11 |l84|tAn Overview of Health Care and Nursing Education and
       Practice in Latin America|cMaria Mercedes D. de Villalobos
       |fde Villalobos, Maria Mercedes D.|p661 
970 11 |l85|tAn Overview of Health Care and Nursing Education and
       Practice in Russia|cLinda S. Smith|fSmith, Linda S.|p667 
970 11 |tConcluding Notes and Future Directions|cJoanne McCloskey
       Dochterman|fDochterman, Joanne McCloskey.|cHelen Kennedy 
       Grace|fGrace, Helen K.|p679 
970 01 |tIndex|p681 
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