Reconnecting: A Grounded Theory Study of Formerly Homeless Mothers
Pamela Heneise Cone, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, CNS
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Langemeier, Jane Marlene (2012-01-04)(41st Biennial Convention) Exploring the influences of homelessness on the single parent family: A grounded theory approach Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the influences of homelessness on the process ...
Cone, Pamela H.; Giske, ToveFindings from a two-phased mixed-method 2014 study done in Norway on nurse and patient perspectives about spiritual care were compared for commonalities and differences. Nurses and patients have similar comfort levels with ...
A European, Collaborative Standard for Spiritual Care Competences for Undergraduate Nursing/Midwifery Education Giske, Tove; McSherry, Wilfred; Cone, Pamela H.Participants will learn about the process and products of European co-production of four spiritual care competences for nursing education, a matrix explaining key factors in spiritual care education to enhance spiritual ...
Samson-Mojares, Roselle AnnA constructionist grounded theory approach to incivility in nursing, which aimed to understand incivility as a social process. After interviewing 29 RNs, four categories emerged: alienating, neglecting, relinquishing, and ...
Global Connections: Integrating Theory and Practice in Professional Nursing: The Artinian Intersystem Model in Educational Settings Artinian, Barbara M.; Cone, Pamela H. (2012-01-04)(41st Biennial Convention) The Artinian Intersystem Model (AIM) is eminently suited to nursing education because of its focus on the two systems, teacher and student, and how they negotiate effective learning. This ...