Cheryl L Brandi

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Findings from a study about the perspectives of women nurse executives in a heavily managed care environment revealed that physicians were perceived as extremely powerful and that the nurse executive-physician relationship was not as collaborative as would be expected. Findings suggest that gender socialization processes, played out in nurse-physician(More)
Electronic mail (e-mail) exchange programs among students of different cultures are an efficient and economical way to enhance understanding of cultural diversity and global awareness. However, a program that meets the objectives of all participating institutions depends upon careful planning, communication, and collaboration among faculty throughout all(More)
BACKGROUND Nursing administration research is scarce in Japan during a time when health care is rapidly reforming and baccalaureate and graduate nursing programmes are rapidly developing. Additionally, nursing administration content relies heavily on Western and non-nursing theories, some of which have been criticized for male bias. PURPOSE The purpose of(More)
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