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Perspectives on nursing theory

Author: Leslie H Nicoll
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown and Company ©1986.
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Genre/Form: Collected Works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie H Nicoll
ISBN: 0316606618 9780316606615
OCLC Number: 12549463
Description: xix, 602 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Notes on a theoretical framework for nursing research, Laurie M. Gunter --
Research in the development of nursing theory: the importance of a theoretical framework in nursing research, Myrtle Irene Brown --
Towards development of nursing practice theory, Florence S. Wald, Robert C. Leonard --
Toward a clearer understanding of the concept of nursing theory, Lorraine Olszewski Walker --
Reaction to Walker's article, Rosemary Ellis --
Meta-theories of nursing: a commentary on Dr. Walker's article, Powhatan J. Woolridge --
Obfuscation or clarification: a reaction to Walker's concept of nursing theory, Jeannette R. Folta --
Clarity to what end?, Janes Dickoff, Patricia James --
Rejoinder to commentary: toward a clearer understanding of the concept of nursing theory, Lorraine Olszewski Walker --
Theory, practice, and research in perspective, Lorraine Olszewski Walker --
Nursing's theroetical evolution, Margaret A. Newman --
Perspectives on nursing theory, Margaret E. Hardy --
Theory development in nursing, Lucille E. Nutter --
Prologue, Jeanne S. Berthold --
Theory of theories: a position paper, James Dickoff, Patricia James --
Researching research's role in theory development, James Dickoff, Patricia James --
Theory in nursing: borrowed and unique, Dorothy E. Johnson --
Theory of clinical nursing, Reva Rubin --
Social Theory in geriatric nursing research, Myrtle Irene Brown --
Characteristics of significant theories, Rosemary Ellis --
Theoretical framework: an essential characteristic of research, Lucille E. Nutter Nature of science and nursing, Lucille E. Nutter --
Introductory comments, Madeleine M. Leininger --
Science and the helping professions, Clarence Schrag --
Perspectives of pure science, Dorothy M. Crowley --
Perspectives of an applied scientist, Helen M. Simon --
Conference on the nature of science in nursing, Madeleine M. Leininger --
Nature of nursing science, Faye G. Abdellah --
Theories, models, and systems for nursing, Rose McKay --
Evolution of a conception of nursing, Betty Jo Hadley --
Toward understanding nursing situations: a transaction paradigm, Shirley A. Smoyak --
Nature of a science of nursing, Dorothy E. Johnson --
Values and vicissitudes of the scientist nurse, Rosemary Ellis --
Discipline of nursing, Sue K. Donaldson, Dorothy M. Crowley --
Fundamental patterns of knowing in nursing, Sarah S. Fuller --
Nursing science in transition, Susan R. Gortner --
Science of nursing -to be or not to be, Harriet R. Feldman --
Nursing's scientific quest, Jean Watson --
History and philosophy of nursing science and research, Susan R. Gortner --
Analysis of changing trends in philosphies of science on sursing theory development and testing, Mary Cipriano Silva, Daniel Rothbart --
Development of theory: a requisite for nursing as a primary health profession, Dorothy E. Johnson --
Theory construction in nursing: an overview, Ada K. Jacox --
Competing theories of science, Ada K. Jacox, Glenn Webster --
Theories: components, development, evaluation, Margaret E. Hardy --
Nursing systems and nursing models, John R. Phillips --
Model for theory development in nursing, Peggy L. Chinn, Maeona K. Jacobs --
Evolving issues in theory development, Gretchen Crawford, S. Karin Dufault, Ellen Rudy --
Models for nursing, Helen A. Bush --
Areas of agreement in nursing theory development, Jacquelyn Haak Flaskerud, Edward J. Halloran --
Framework for analysis and evaluation of conceptual models of nursing, Jacqueline Fawcett --
Models and model building in nursing, Wade Lancaster, Jeanette Lancaster --
Conceptual issues in nursing, Rosemary Ellis Closing the practice-theory gap, Ludy H. Conant --
Theory in a practice discipline part I: practice oriented theory, James Dickorr, Patricia James, Ernestine Weidenbach --
Theory: the professional dimension, Hildegard E. Peplau --
Practitioner as theorist, Rosemary Ellis --
Nursing science: the theroy-practice linkage, Maeona K. Jacobs, Sue E. Huether --
Notion of a practice theory and the relationship of scientific and ethical knowledge to practice, Jan Beckstrand --
Need for a practice theory as indicated by the knowledge used in the conduct of practice, Jan Beckstrand --
Beckstrand's concept of practice theory: a critique, Rosemare Marrocco Collins, John H. Fielder --
Reply to Collins and Fielder: the concept of theory, Jan Beckstrand --
Theory in a practice discipline Part II: practice oriented research, James Dickoff, Patricia James, Ernestine Wiedenbach --
Significance of empirical research for nursing, Rozella M. Schlotfeldt --
Conceptualizing the research process, Marjorie V. Batey --
Research for a practice profession, Susan R. Gortner --
Interaction between theory and research, Jeanne Quint Benoliel --
Philosophy, science, theory: interrellationships and implications for nursing research, Mary Cipriano Silva --
Relationship between theory and research: a double helix, Jacqueline Fawcett --
Nursing philosophy and nursing research: in apposition or opposition, Patricia L. Munhall --
Toward a new view of science: implications for nursing research, Mindy B. Tinkle, Janet L. Beaton
Responsibility: edited by Leslie H. Nicoll.

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