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1991
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1991
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1985
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Do Trained Nurses ...Work for Love, or for Money?: Nursing and Altruism in the 21st Century

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Jeanette Lancaster, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N. (Dean of the School of Nursing and Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor of Nursing, University of Virginia) introduced Dr. Baer. Ellen D. Baer, R.N., Ph.D., F.A.A.N. (Professor Emerita, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, and Visiting Professor, Florida Atlantic University, ) presented the history of nursing and its development from a largely charitable private home practice to a paid, public and formally educated profession. Dr. Baer highlighted nurses such as Isablel Hampton and Florence Nightingale and the specific topics of nursing pay, nursing education, the role of religion and morals in nursing economics, conflicting social mores, and a need for a basic consensus on the role of nursing.
DVDOnline
2007
Health Sciences (Service Desk)
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Trust and Betrayal: Building Trustworthy Relationships Among the Interdisciplinary Team

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Dorrie Fontaine, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN ( Professor of Nursing and Dean at the University of Virginia School of Nursing) opened with a background on the Bice Memorial Lectureship and introduced Cynda Hylton Rushton, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN (Associate Professor, Schools of Nursing and Medicine and Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland). Dr. Rushton described the characteristics and qualities of trust (including communication, competence, and contractual forms of trust), trustworthiness, and betrayal. She proposed: ways to create and increase a capacity for trust, actions to promote healing from experiences of betrayal and attitudes and actions to take when working in environments that are compromised by trust. She frequently referenced the work of Denni [...]
DVDOnline
2010
Health Sciences (Service Desk)
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Making the Case for Prevention: Shifting the Focus From Screening to Lifestyle Change

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Jeanette Lancaster, PhD, RN, FAAN (Dean, School of Nursing, Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor of Nursing, University of Virginia) presented a brief history of Zula Mae Baber Bice and an introduction for Janet D. Allan. Janet D. Allan, PhD, RN, CS, FAAN (Dean and Professor, University of Maryland, School of Nursing) presented a case for the need of evidence-based practice in prevention with a goal of changing health behaviors in the United States and implementing the initiatives of Healthy People 2010. Dr. Allan outlined the case for prevention, the perils of prevention, the benefits and limitations of evidence-based interventions, and implementing prevention guidelines.
DVDOnline
2005
Health Sciences (Service Desk)
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Improving Pain Management: An Ongoing Journey

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Christine Miaskowski, R.N., Ph. D., F.A.A.N. (Professor and Chair, Department of Physiological Nursing, University of California, San Francisco) shares her personal educational and research journey. The foci of her research has been the side effects of under treated pain (particularly among vulnerable populations such as children, the elderly, substance abusers, and women), sleep patterns of cancer pain patients and their caregivers, and her quest for the "ideal" analgesic which will provide "more effective pain relief, no side effects, and be inexpensive."
DVD
2000
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Families and Cancer: Their Lived Realities, Needed Services, and Future Directions for Research

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Frances Marcus Lewis, R.N., Ph. D., F.A.A.N. (Elizabeth Sterling Soule Professor of Nursing and Health Promotion, University of Washington, School of Nursing) discussed the psychosocial factors affecting families with cancer. Dr. Lewis covered the experience of the woman with breast cancer, her husband, the children, and the family unit. Dr. Lewis' research has led her to develop approximately 28 standardized intervention protocols which deal with: (1) managing the impact of symptoms, (2) balancing family life with illness work, (3) addressing the woman's depressed mood, (4) reconnecting the couple, (5) comforting the children, and (6) getting and managing medical treatment options. David Cattell-Gordon, M.Div., L.C.S.W. (Director, Community Relations, Cancer Center, University of [...]
DVD
1999
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)