This collection features the books and book contributions of the Fairfield University Nursing and Health Studies Faculty.
Sheila Grossman and Theresa M. Valiga
Rebecca Kearney Nunnery, Theresa M. Valiga, and Sheila Grossman
Sheila Grossman (with Theresa Valiga) is a contributing author, "Leadership".
Patricia Dykes, Kathleen Wheeler, and M. Boulton
Kathleen Wheeler is a contributing author, "Chapter 23, Psychiatric copathways" and "Chapter 21, Clinical pathways for psychiatric home care" with P. Dykes, and "Chapter 19, Clinical pathways for primary care" with M. Boulton.
Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Critical Pathways: A Guide for Health Care Survival Into the 21st Century
Patricia Dykes and Kathleen Wheeler
Kathleen Wheeler in addition to being a co-editor is a contributing author, "Critical pathways and home care: Developing a psychiatric home care program", pp. 90-108.
Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Meredith Wallace Kazer, and Terry T. Fulmer
Meredith Wallace [Kazer] (with T. Fulmer and C. Edelman) is a contributing author, "Older Adult".
Book description: "Health Promotion Throughout the Lifespan" is a comprehensive, readable text that emphasizes health using a lifespan approach. Organized by Functional Health Patterns, this book has been well received as a primary text for courses in growth and development because of its thorough coverage of growth and development throughout the lifespan. In addition to a new chapter on Exercise, this edition introduces exciting new pedagogy - Think About It scenarios with critical thinking questions, key terms, hot topics, multicultural awareness, research highlight, and client teaching boxes.
Rose Kearney Nunnery, Theresa M. Valiga, and Sheila Grossman
Sheila Grossman (with Theresa Valiga) is a contributing author, "Leadership", Chapter 8.
Key aspects of caring for the acutely ill: Technological aspects, patient education, & quality of life
Sandra G. Funk, Elizabeth M. Tornquist, Laurel A. Copp, E. Gleason, Sheila Grossman, and C. Campbell
Sheila Grossman (with E. Gleason and C. Campbell) is a contributing author, "Minimizing diagnostic blood loss in critically ill patients", pp. 220-225.
Book description: The "Key Aspects" books, each of which has won a Book-of-the-Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing, are designed to move the ideas and findings of nursing research into the practice setting. Each volume distills dozens of studies into a readable, jargon-free format with immediate relevance to nursing practice, and includes suggestions for implementation.
Measurement of nursing Outcomes: Measuring client self-care and coping skills and nursing outcomes, Vol. 4 (1990 ed.)
O. Strickland, C. Walltz, and Kathleen Wheeler
Kathleen Wheeler is a contributing author, "Perception of Empathy Inventory", pp. vol. 4, 181-198.
Janie Spelton Weinberg and Sheila Grossman
Sheila Grossman is a contributing author, ." Medical conditions" (Chapter 12) and "Surgical conditions "(Chapter 13) .
Gwen Marram, Kathleen Flynn, Wendy Abaravich, and Sheila Grossman