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Handbook of Clinical Nursing Research

  • Ada Sue Hinshaw - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement , University of Michigan, USA
  • Suzanne L. Feetham - University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA
  • Joan Shaver - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

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Nursing Research

July 2012 | 712 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This ambitious and long-awaited volume brings together foremost nursing scholars and educators to review and critique the state of nursing research across topics most relevant to current practice.

Comprehensive in scope, cogent and truly thought provoking, a book such as the Handbook for Clinical Nursing Research is a must-have shelf reference for every nurse carrying out research or aspiring to conduct research and for those who teach them.

 
PART ONE: PHILOSOPHICAL, THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES AND ISSUES
Ada Sue Hinshaw
Section Overview
Ada Jacox et al
Diversity in Philosophical Approaches
Ada Sue Hinshaw
Evolving Nursing Research Traditions
Influencing Factors  
Kristen M Swanson
What Is Known about Caring in Nursing Science
A Literary Meta-Analysis  
Carolyn L Murdaugh
Relationship of Research Perspectives to Methodology
 
PART TWO (A): CRITICAL HEALTH NEEDS OF COMMUNITIES AND VULNERABLE POPULATIONS: CLINICAL NURSING RESEARCH FOR VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
Toni Tripp-Reimer
Section Overview
Clarann Weinert and Mary E Burman
The Sampler Quilt
A Metaphor of Rural Communities  
Juliene G Lipson and Afaf I Meleis
Research with Immigrants and Refugees
Toni Tripp-Reimer
Cultural Interventions for Ethnic Groups of Color
Joan K Magilvy, Nancy J Brown and Patricia Moritz
Community-Focused Interventions and Outcomes Strategies
 
PART TWO (B): CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICE STRATEGIES AND NURSE SENSITIVE OUTCOMES
Joan L F Shaver
Section Overview
Pamela H Mitchell
Promoting Physiological Stability
Barbara S Medoff-Cooper and Diane Holditch-Davis
Therapeutic Actions and Outcomes for Preterm (Low Birth Weight) Infants
William L Holzemer and Suzanne Bakken Henry
Therapeutic Outcomes Sensitive to Nursing
 
PART TWO (C): FAMILIES IN HEALTH, ILLNESS AND LIFE TRANSITIONS
Suzanne L Feetham
Section Overview
Marilyn McCubbin
Normative Family Transitions and Health Outcomes
Catherine L Gilliss and Kathleen A Knafl
Nursing Care of Families in No-Normative Transitions
The State of Science and Practice  
Suzanne L Feetham and Susan B Meister
Nursing Research of Families
State of the Science and Correspondence with Policy  
 
PART TWO (D): HEALTH PROMOTION AND RISK REDUCTION
Nola J Pender
Section Overview
Carol J Loveland-Cherry
Interventions for Promoting Health in Adolescents
Martha N Hill
Prevention and Treatment of Hypertension in Black Americans
Joanne S Harrel and Barabara J Speck
Lowering Risk for Cardiovascular Disease in Children and Adolescents
Sally Lechlitner Lusk
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Intervention in Worksites
 
PART TWO (E): BIOBEHAVIORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HEALTH AND ILLNESS
Ada M Lindsey and Joan L F Shaver
Section Overview
Barbara Smith and Mary MacVicar
Management of Mobility and Altered Physical Activity
Virginia Carrieri-Kohlman and Susan Janson
Managing Dyspnea
Betty R Ferrell
Managing Pain
Molly C Dougherty and Linda L Jensen
Managing Urinary and Fecal Incontinence
Margaret Heitkemper
Managing Nausea and Vomiting
Joan L F Shaver
Managing Sleep and Waking Behaviors and the Symtom of Fatigue
 
PART TWO (F): WOMEN'S HEALTH
Nancy Fugate Woods
Section Overview
Marcia Gruis Killien
Women's Work, Women's Health
Nancy Fugate Woods, Ellen Sullivan Mitchell and Diana Taylor
From Menarche to Menopause
Contributions form Nursing Research and Recommendations for Practice  
Ellen Olshansky
Infertility
Catherine Ingram Fogel
Women and Sexuality
Contributions from Nursing Research and Practice Recommendations  
Jacquelyn Campbell and Barbara Parker
Clinical Nursing Research on Battered Women and Their Children
A Review  
 
PART TWO (G): OLDER ADULTS: HEALTH AND ILLNESS ISSUES
Patricia G Archbold
Section Overview
Beverly L Roberts
Activities of Daily Living
Factors Related to Independence  
Cornelia K Beck et al
Managing Cognitive Impairment and Depression in the Elderly
Linda R Phillips and Martha Ayres
Supportive and Non-Supportive Care Environments for the Elderly
 
PART TWO (H): ENVIRONMENTS FOR OPTIMIZING CLIENT OUTCOMES
Joyce A Verran
Section Overview
Gail L Ingersoll and Pamela H Mitchell
Acute Care Environments
Dorothy Brooten and Mary Duffin Naylor
Transitional Environments
Meridean L Maas and Janet P Specht
Quality Outcomes and Contextual Variables in Nursing Homes

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Ada Sue Hinshaw

Ada Sue Hinshaw, Ph.D., professor of nursing and former dean of the School of Nursing, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2008.Professor Hinshaw received her B.S. degree from the University of Kansas in 1961, her M.S.N. degree from Yale University in 1963, and her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Arizona in 1973 and 1975, respectively. She joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1994 as dean of the School of Nursing and professor of nursing. She stepped down as dean in 2006.Under Professor Hinshaw's leadership, the School of Nursing's stature improved to become one of the top five in the U.S. News and World... More About Author

Suzanne L. Feetham

Dr. Feetham has held clinical, research and leadership positions in academia, health systems (Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC), the Federal government (US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Nursing Research (Deputy Director and Chief of the Office of Science Policy, Planning and Analysis) and Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Her career has focused on health care to families and underserved populations and health policy. More About Author

Joan L. F. Shaver

Dr. Shaver is professor and dean of the College of Nursing at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), a top-10 college of nursing, according to U.S. News and World Report, and currently highly ranked in federal funding for nursing research and research training. She also is a nationally recognized researcher in women’s health, sleep science, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Dr. Shaver, who was a faculty member at the UA College of Nursing from 1976 to 1977, is expected to join the college as dean in July. She replaces Carolyn Murdaugh, RN, PhD, who has served as interim dean of the college since June 2008. More About Author

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