Susan K Rogers

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The care of children in the U.S. with life-limiting illnesses is inadequate. Misallocated resources, flawed assumptions and models of care, and a lack of appropriate professional education foster a costly, inefficient system that falls short of its true potential. This article details the evolution of a regional, shared approach to address these issues, the(More)
  • Susan K Rogers
  • Journal of psychosocial nursing and mental health…
  • 1998
1. Although employers in the public mental health arena may be expected to hire consumers of mental health services, it has been much more difficult for people with mental disabilities to find work in the private sector, or to return to such jobs after an acute episode of mental illness. 2. Many consumer-and survivor-run services around the country offer(More)
BACKGROUND To ascertain disease and functional capacity in community-resident disabled older women in the Women's Health and Aging Study (WHAS), a prospective investigation of the causes and course of disability, a home-based standardized physical examination and performance test battery were developed. Thirty-nine tests were administered, 9 by a lay(More)
To encourage case managers and CM employers to support compliance with multistate nursing licensure, the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) board of directors has revised an earlier position statement on multistate nursing licensure in case management. According to CMSA President Susan Rogers, RN, BSN, CCM, "CMSA's fundamental position on this topic(More)