Illuminating problems, defining processes, and improving outcomes: the essence of oncology nursing research.

@article{Nail2002IlluminatingPD,
  title={Illuminating problems, defining processes, and improving outcomes: the essence of oncology nursing research.},
  author={Lillian M. Nail},
  journal={Oncology nursing forum},
  year={2002},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={941-7}
}
Growing up in a small farming village in the rural Hudson Valley of New York state, Lillian was recognized as bright and curious. This opened doors for her, including participation in a school enrichment program that unlocked the world of culture and ideas. Monthly field trips to New York City introduced her to opera, art, and the exchange of ideas on contemporary issues by prominent thinkers and scientists. One memorable evening was spent having dinner with Margaret Mead. These experiences… CONTINUE READING