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Does nursing education promote ageism?
The literature is replete with diverse studies about gerontological nursing education on the attitudes of nursing students. This study examined the effect of a 3-year curriculum on ageism over all 3Expand
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Faculty work load formulas in nursing education: a critical theory perspective.
The purpose of this article is to increase faculty awareness and understanding of the constraints and contradictions that are embedded within faculty work load formulas. An overview of criticalExpand
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The homeless: social isolates.
Within the last 10 years, homelessness has emerged as one of the leading social problems in the United States. This article contains the findings of a descriptive study of the characteristics andExpand
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Adult Congregate Living Facilities: Factors Influencing Admission Findings indicate that the ability to function is a major factor in deciding ACLF admission.
between independent living and total dependency. However, the rapid growth of these housing programs has not allowed time for studies to determine what clients are best served by these units andExpand
Progress in professional service: nurse leaders queried.
Nursing service directors were asked to comment on the progress of key recommendations made by the National Commission for the Study of Nursing in the seven years since the Commission study wasExpand
Faculty Work Load Formulas in Nursing A Critical Theory Perspective
The purpose of this article is to increase faculty awareness and understanding of the constraints and contradictions that are embedded within faculty work load formulas. An overview of criticalExpand
Data collection tools in nursing baccalaureate programs.
Pursuant to AACN recommendations that baccalaureate students in nursing have beginning proficiency in administering developmental, functional, and psychosocial screening tools, the authors designed aExpand
Variables influencing administrative evaluation of nursing deans and directors in public and private institutions.
In an era of retrenchment in higher education, effective administrative leadership of academic offices takes on greater meaning. The primary purpose of this study was to describe current methods ofExpand
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