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Jacqueline Fawcett, papers

MC 135

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing
Title:
Jacqueline Fawcett, papers
Date:
1979-2002
Call Number:
MC 135
Extent:
3 URC Box(es)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Jacqueline Fawcett is an internationally recognized authority on conceptual models of nursing and nursing theory development. This collection of papers include correspondence, copies of her journal articles, book chapters, and presentations between 1979 and 2002.
Cite as:
Jacqueline Fawcett, papers, Barbara Bates Center for The Study of The History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Jacqueline Fawcett (b. Mar 18, 1941) holds a BS in Nursing from Boston University, an AM in Parent-Child Nursing from New York University as well as a PhD in Nursing from New York University. For more than 30 years, Fawcett has taught undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students. She served as Chairman of the Department of Nursing and Member of the Board of Visitors at the University of Massachusetts. Fawcett is an internationally recognized authority on conceptual models of nursing and nursing theory development. Her ongoing programs of Roy Adaptation Model-based research focus on functional status in normal life transitions and serious illness, and women’s responses to cesarean birth.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Jessica Clark

Access Restrictions

This collection is unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Center with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Jacqueline Fawcett.

Processing Information note

This collection is unprocessed. This preliminary inventory record was created to inform researchers of these holdings. Please contact the Center for more information.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Personal papers
Occupation(s)
  • Nurse
Personal Name(s)
  • Fawcett, Jacqueline
  • Fawcett, Jacqueline
Subject(s)
  • Nursing Theory
  • Speeches (documents)

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Collection Inventory

Box 1, 1979-1985.

Scope and Contents note

This box is mainly talks, speeches, consultations between 1979 and 1985, includes but not limited to the following papers.

Conceptual Models, Theories and Research, University of Rochester, April 1985.

Conceptual Models of Nursing, Delta Sigma chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, Nov 1984.

Bridging the Gap between Theory Development and Theory Based Nursing Practice, Oct 1984.

Nursing research: excellence in diversity, Mar 1984.

A typology of nursing research activities.

Nursing Theory Development, University of Kansas, Dec 1983.

Analysis of theory conference, Dec 1983.

The generation, dissemination, acquisition and utilization of nursing research findings, July 1983.

Nursing issues of the future in research, June 1983.

A program of theory development and research Vanderbilt University, Jan 1983.

Folders on Research.

Abstract of teaching effective study.

Pregnancy and body image.

Pregnancy and color preference and mood.

Study of pregnancy and perceived body space.

Crisis theory.

Research projects- Boston University and New York University.

Consultations at University of Kentucky, Bellevue, NYC Health and Hospital Corporation, Saginaw Valley State College, Arthritis Foundation and others.

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Box 2.

Fawcett Farewell University of Pennsylvania, Oct 28, 1999.

Papers and Speaking Engagements, 1997-2002.

VHS Tapes.

Class on types of nursing, Sept 16, 1996.

Lecture to Doctoral Students, University of Tennessee Fort Knox College of Nursing, 1998.

A Metatheonists’ view of nursing theory of the 21st Century, University of Tennessee Fort Knox College of Nursing, 1998.

School of nursing research seminar, Mar 3, 1997.

Knoxville lectures, April 1998.

SSN colloquium, Mar 25, 1995.

Mexico, Oct 1997.

Case Western Reserve University, includes cassette tape, May 1997.

Mentorship/leadership papers, Spring 2000.

Oakland University, Oct 1999.

AMPEI presentation, Oct 1998.

Summer Institute Penn Conceptual Models Presentation, May 1998.

Hampton Workshop, April 1998.

Hampton Workshop, Dec 2000.

NYU Distinguished Scholarship Award, Nov 2000.

Program conference, June 2000.

Sweden, May 2000.

Conceptual Models of Nursing and Health Policy, 2001-2002.

RAA conference, May 2002.

Hampton Paper, Jan 2001.

Boston College colloquium, Sept 2001.

Maine State Nurses Association and related presentations, 1998-2001.

Fort Kent visit, May 2001.

Germany, April 2001.

Arcausin Annual conference, April 1998.

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Box 3.

Sigma Theta Tau workshop on nursing theory, 1989.

Speaking Engagements, 1988-1996.

Color preference study: college students data.

Paper, Perceived body space and perceived duration of time during pregnancy.

Mexico paper.

Arizona conference.

Serious illness center/ENRS conference, April 1997.

7 VHS tapes from Contemporary Nursing Knowledge Conference, May 21-24, 1990.

Cassette tapes.

Altering patient’s response to threatening events.

Improving quality of care through clinical research Part 1 and 2 NLN conference, May 1979.

Publishing the Research Results, Office of educational services Medical University of S.C. 65 minutes, April 26, 1990 .

Nursing knowledge for nursing practice (2 tapes).

Conceptual models and nephrology nursing practice: report of a pilot project; concreting an environment for professional development.

Program, research and practice: a two way street.

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