Sue Hagedorn

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During spring 2003, national, state, and local economic factors converged in a manner that propelled us to better identify the costs of the educational programs offered within the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Nursing (SON). Two factors prompted analysis of direct costs of the nursing education programs: a shrinking state(More)
The role of activism in primary care practice, inquiry, and theory development is illustrated through the description of a feminist cooperative inquiry group's deconstruction of menarche education. The development of the emancipatory inquiry method of activist nursing inquiry and its relationship with feminist process is described. The value of feminist(More)
In Massachusetts, the school committee of a Boston suburb's school board agreed to start a condom availability program at the community's 2 high schools. A nurse researcher conducted 11 focus groups with 112 students to determine students' attitudes and feelings, so they can be incorporated in designing the program. Most students were White,(More)
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