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Hildegard Peplau

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Hildegard Peplau discusses her training as a student nurse and her education, and, in an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett, outlines her theory of psychodynamic nursing. Peplau also discusses her work in psychiatric and mental health nursing by drawing on personality, conflict, anxiety and interpersonal psychology theories, and showing how they impact clinical nursing.
VHS
1988
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Dorothy E. Johnson

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Dorothy Johnson discusses her early life growing up in Savannah, Georgia, her teaching at Vanderbilt and UCLA. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett in Key Largo, Florida, he comments on her behavioral systems model and her interest in nursing as a science and a profession.
VHS
1988
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Madeleine Leininger

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Madeleine Leininger talks about her early life growing up in Nebraska and her education as a school teacher nurse in the U.S. Public Health Cadet Corps, and as an anthropologist. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett at Wayne State University, she discusses her theory of culturally congruent health care and universality. An overview of this discussion is provided at the program's conclusion.
BookVHS
1990
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Margaret Newman

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Dr. Newman discusses her early life in Tennessee, her education at Baylor and at New York University and her teaching career at various institutions. In an interview at the University of Minnesota where she is currently a professor of nursing, she explains her theory of health as expanding consciousness in which health is based on consciousness, movement and space/time.
BookVHS
1990
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Jean Watson

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Jean Watson discusses her work in nursing.
BookVHS
1988
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Myra Levine

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Myra Levine, Professor Emeritus of Nursing, talks about her youth in Chicago and discusses with interviewer, Jacqueline Fawcett, her four conservation principles of nursing and her projects in retirement.
VHS
1987
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Dorothea Orem

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Dorothea Orem discusses her early life growing up in Baltimore and working at Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C. and in an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett in Savannah, Georgia elaborates on her self-care model of nursing, the impact she has had on many areas of nursing, and plans for a fourth edition of Nursing concepts of practice.
VHS
1988
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Reva Rubin

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Reva Rubin discusses her early life growing up in Massachusetts, her education at Yale and her experiences as a public health nurse. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett in Harrisville, Pa., she elaborates on her theory of clinical nursing and how it represents a model for both practical nursing and nursing research.
VHS
1988
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Imogene King

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Imogene King discusses her early years, her education, her career as a nursing educator and her present work. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett in Tampa, Florida, Dr. King outlines her theory of interacting systems and of goal attainment.
VHS
1988
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Betty Neuman

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Betty Neuman lists her experience as a clinical, industrial, school, and community health nurse. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett at the Samuel Merritt College's Health Education Center in Oakland, Calif., she discusses her systems' model, a conceptual model of nursing that allows the integration of knowledge from all the specialized areas of nursing, to encourage viewing the client as a whole, as a system, interacting with the environment.
VHS
1989
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Sr. Callista Roy

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Sister Roy discusses her early life growing up in Los Angeles, her decision to take religious vows as a Sister of St. Joseph and the impact of her religious vocation on nursing. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett, Sister Roy describes the development of a conceptual model for nursing which views a person as an adaptive system that is a biosocial being required to adapt to environmental stimuli.
BookVHS
1989
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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A Conversation With Virginia Henderson

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In an interview with Patricia Moccia, Virginia Henderson discusses her life, career, and nursing theory.
BookVHS
1989
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Ida Orlando

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Ida Orlando talks about her early life and education in New York, where she attended St. John's University and later Columbia University. In an interview with Jacqueline Fawcett, she discusses her theory of the nursing process,which stresses person-to-person contact and reaction to contact. Exploration of a person's verbal and non-verbal behavior is accomplished by nursing process discipline that results in effective communication with patients, other nurses and other professionals and non-professionals.
BookVHS
1989
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Rosemarie Rizzo Parse

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Dr. Parse discusses her early life in Castle Shannon, family influences affecting her personal and professional life, nursing studies at Duquesne University, and her professional work and research. In an interview with Dr. Jacqueline Fawcett, she talks about the development of her nursing theory of man-living-health. Major principles of this theory are summarized at the end of the program.
BookVHS
1990
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)