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Title Nursing issues in the 1990s / editors, Ora L. Strickland, Dorothy J. Fishman.
Imprint Albany, N.Y. : Delmar Publishers, [1994]

Subject Nursing -- United States.
Nursing -- United States -- Forecasting.
Alt Name Strickland, Ora.
Fishman, Dorothy J.
Description xv, 574 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0827354673
OCLC # 28293691
Table of Contents
Ch. 1The Future of Nursing / Vernice D. Ferguson3
Ch. 2The Evolution of Organized Nursing / M. Elizabeth Carnegie13
Ch. 3Will the ANA Survive in an Era of Increasing Specialty Organizations? / Judith Hriceniak22
Ch. 4Collective Bargaining in Nursing: Benefits, Issues, and Problems / Freida Fuller-Jonap33
Ch. 5Uniforms and Caps: Do We Need Them? / Sandra Mangum46
Ch. 6Career Development for Nurses: Necessary Empowerment or Needless Frill? / Joan Garity67
Ch. 7Nursing's Agenda for Health Care Reform: The Profession's Ability to Create a Health Care System Congruent With Its Philosophy / Barbara K. Redman81
Ch. 8Approaches to National Health Insurance: Implications for Nursing / Nancy Milio96
Ch. 9Issues in Nurse Practitioner Reimbursement: Additive Versus Substitutive Care / Colleen Conway-Welch, Amy Harshman-Green126
Ch. 10Advanced Practice: Merging the Roles of the Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Specialist / Dorothy A. Jones133
Ch. 11Health Policy Issues That Affect the Practice of Nurse Practitioners and Certified Nurse-Midwives / Colleen Conway-Welch166
Ch. 12Expert Nurse Witnesses: What Are Their Qualifications and Role Responsibilities? / Muriel W. Lessner194
Ch. 13Nursing Diagnosis: Is It Essential for the Nursing Profession? / Mi Ja Kim, Dorothy Camilleri211
Ch. 14Development of Interdisciplinary Guidelines for the Management of Acute Pain / Ada Jacox, Donna Mahrenholz, Janice Ulmer232
Ch. 15Point of Care Technology: Does It Improve the Quality of Patient Care? / Barbara Happ254
Ch. 16Advance Directives: Understanding Their Impact on Care / Elizabeth M. Norman, Deanna B. Pinkham267
Ch. 17Total Quality Improvement: Bridging the Gap Between Education and Service / Mary K. Alexander, Anne Bourgeois, Lillian R. Goodman280
Ch. 18Nursing Practice in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention / Vivien DeBack293
Ch. 19AIDS: Issues in the Delivery of Nursing Care / Colleen Dilorio, Brigitte Manteuffel, Austin Peter Link306
Ch. 20The Nurse's Role in Addressing School-Age Pregnancy: Practice, Research, or Reform? / Mary Grace Umlauf327
Ch. 21Elder Mistreatment / Anne G. Peirce, Maura Ryan, Terry Fulmer341
Ch. 22Women's Health in the Decade of the Woman / Ora L. Strickland, Joyce N. Giger362
Ch. 23Nurses in Need of Care: Substance Abuse and Impairment Among Nurses / Nancy M. Valentine400
Ch. 24Developing Scholarship in Nursing / Freida Fuller-Jonap, Ruby S. Morrison, Ora L. Strickland423
Ch. 25Doctoral Education in Nursing: Issues and Trends / Elizabeth R. Lenz440
Ch. 26Problems and Issues of Research Utilization / Cheryl B. Stetler459
Ch. 27Nursing Informatics: The Electronic Information Revolution in Education and Practice / Dorothy J. Fishman471
Ch. 28Transcultural Nursing: Have We Gone Too Far or Not Far Enough? / Joyce N. Giger, Ruth E. Davidhizar, Susan K. Wieczorek491
Ch. 29Feminism and Nursing / D. Patricia Gray505
Ch. 30Recruitment and Retention of Minorities in Nursing / Dee Baldwin528
Ch. 31Transcending National Boundaries: Empowerment Through International Collaboration / Afaf Ibrahim Meleis544

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