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Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group records

MC 161

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
Creator:
Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group, Inc.
Title:
Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group records
Date [inclusive]:
1986-2011
Call Number:
MC 161
Extent:
17 Cubic feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
This collection contains the body of materials created and collected by the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group, Inc. This includes organizational records of by-laws, minutes, correspondence and membership lists. Additional documents focus on the promotion of the Neuman Systems Model through publications and conferences. This collection also contains materials published and unpublished about the Neuman Systems Model written by professionals and students.
Cite as:
Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group records, Barbara Bates Center for The Study of The History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Founded in 1988 by Betty M. Neuman, the Neuman Systems Model Trustees Group, Inc. (NSMTG) is responsible for promoting and protecting the integrity of the Neuman Systems Model (NSM). Neuman began the development of the NSM in 1970 as a method to teach introductory nursing. The goal was to create a Holistic overview of the physiological, psychological, sociocultural, and developmental aspects of human beings. After a two year evaluation, her model was first published in Nursing Research and subsequently published in  Conceptual Models for Nursing Practice in 1974 and 1980. In 1982 Betty Neuman wrote  The Neuman Systems Model, which is currently in its fifth edition. The reception and demand for her model lead Neuman to establish the NSMTG in 1988 to help manage requests from indidviduals and organizations.

The NSMTG is a non-profit organization comprised of educators, administrators, researchers and practitioners from around the world. These trustees are dedicated to the improvement of nursing care through the development and use of the Neuman Systems Model. The trustees see the NSM as a method to guide practice, education, research, and health administrations to improve health care. The group provides consultations for individuals and organizations seeking to implement the model. The NSMTG is also sanctioned for making changes to the model as needed in an effort ot maintains its use in the future.

The mission of the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group also includes conducting international forums, creating multidisciplinary partnerships to advance the model as well as to support and extend the NSM through scholarly and other creative works. Beginning in 1988 NSMTG has held biennial symposiums that examine the use of the NSM in nursing education as well as to provide an opportunity to network and discuss the NSM and its future development. Under the NSMTG the Neuman Systems Model is an internationally recognized method and is in continued practice throughout the world.

Scope and Contents

The Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group records are a collection acquired by the University of Pennsylvania, Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing in 2010. This collection was previously in the custody of the Neumann College (now Neumann University) Library in Aston, PA, before its donation to the Bates Center. Neumann University transferred rights to the Betty Neuman papers and the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group (NSMTG) records to the Bates Center when Betty Neuman and the NSMTG donated their respective materials to the Bates Center in 2010.

Series 1, 2, and 3 focus on the by-laws, history, and members of the NSMGT. This section contains the legal documents recognizing the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group as a legal entity in 1987 as well as the by-laws and revisions that govern the NSMTG. In addition, the materials document the foundation of the NSMGT through early correspondence, teleconference minutes, trustee agreements, news releases, and photographs. In the third series, the members of the organization are in focus. This includes lists of trustees updated as needed, biographies, and curricula vitae of members.

In the fourth and fifth series, the NSMGT’s activities are explored. These papers include board minutes and correspondence by the group from its foundation to mid-2000s. Within these papers there are talks and speeches given by Betty Neuman to the trustees during their annual meetings.

The publications and activities done by the NSMGT are highlighted in series 6, 7, and 8. In series six, copies of the newsletter, the Neuman News, are in focus. The next section explores the biennial conference the NSMGT hosted in various cities throughout the United States and Canada. The first symposia was held at Neumann College in 1986, two years prior to the NSMTG formation. Materials within this series includes correspondence and lists of topics presented at the symposiums as well as the program and related material for each symposia. The purpose of the symposium is to examine the use of the NSM in nursing education as well as to provide an opportunity to network and discuss the NSM and its future development. Series 8 focuses on the correspondence regarding the NSM and individual’s questions, requests for information or for the trustee to review papers (students and other professionals) about, inspired by, or related to the NSM. There are also communications seeking advice, reviews and/or approval for adding or changing nursing program curriculum to incorporate the NSM.

The ninth series explores the history of NSM created by Betty Neuman in 1970 as well as what the model is. This includes various articles and papers written to describe the model as well as diagrams of it. The tenth series documents the archival collection while at Neumann College, prior to its transfer to the Bates Center. This includes the deed of gift, correspondence related to the donation of the collection to the Neumann, website development and archive minutes, and research requests.

The following series (11-20) were the original Part III while at Neumann University. This contains all the printed (published or unpublished) materials written or presented regarding the NSM. This included books, book chapters, articles, presentations, and theses and dissertations.

Series 11, 12, and 13 explore the published and unpublished works about NSM or organizations that use the NSM. Series 11 is the collection of periodicals, journals and brochures either about the NSM or the implantation of the NSM at an institution, such as a university or hospital. Series 12 explores the published materials about the NSM, including papers written by Betty Neuman. Broken into two subseries, Chapters in Books and Articles, these papers are primarily photocopies. Series 13 section consists of papers and articles related to the NSM but were unpublished. These papers, abstracts, and other formats were often sent to the NSMTG for editing or review. The fourteenth series focuses on the various media formats institutions and the NSMGT used to promote the NSM or their use of the NSM. This includes organizational newsletters, videos produced, and slide presentations.

The next series contains the documents related to conferences and workshops that Betty Neuman or other trustees attended to present the Neuman Systems Model. These conferences were held within in the United States as well as international locations including Sweden, the Netherlands, Wales, and Japan. The 16 and 17 series explore the various nursing programs throughout the United States and the world that implemented the NSM as well as the tools and case studies that the NSMGT and other organizations use to explain and promote the Model.

The last two series explore the academic use of the NSM in research methods and research papers. One of the largest series, series 19 focus on student papers from master’s theses to published dissertations. Some correspondence between students and the NSMGT and Betty Neuman are contained here.

Series 20 is the library of books collected by the NSMTG. This includes the books published by Betty Neuman, autographed books, books on nursing theory, and international books (often in a foreign language).

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 open to researchers unless otherwise noted to protect Personal Identifiable Information. Use of collection material is covered under the provisions of the U.S. Copyright Act.

Use Restrictions

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

Researchers and publishers requesting permission to use and/or publish the Neuman Systems Model must contact the President of the Neuman Systems Model Trustee. Contant information can be found here: http://www.neumansystemsmodel.org/NSMdocs/trustees.htm

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Betty M. Neuman and the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group, Inc., 2010.

Processing Information note

Dr. Neuman donated her papers to the Bates Center in 2010. The Center simultaneously acquired the records of the Neuman Systems Model Trustees Group, Inc. (NSMTG), an organization dedicated to the support, promotion, and integrity of the Neuman Systems Model: the NSMTG records were donated to the Center by the Neuman Systems Model Trustees Group.

Both collections—the Betty Neuman Papers and the Neuman Systems Model Trustees Group Records—had previously been in the custody of the Neumann College (now Neumann University) Library in Aston, PA before their donation to the Bates Center. Neumann University transferred rights to Betty Neuman papers and the NSMTG records to the Bates Center when Betty Neuman and the NSMTG donated their respective materials to the Bates Center in 2010.

The Bates Center has largely kept the materials in the same order in which they came to us, with one exception. The Bates Center has formally separated the Betty Neuman Papers and the NSM Trustees Group Records into two discrete collections (MC 160 and MC 161). Bates staff has also modified some of the series names to make them more descriptive of series contents. The Bates Center staff has largely retained the archival boxes and folders in which the material had been housed in the library at Neumann University. We have by and large left the detailed typed file folder labels on the folders as they came to us. But for the sake of conciseness, we have shortened the folder labeling in transcribing the information to the box list that appears below.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

See also: MC 160, Betty M. Neuman papers.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group, Inc.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Administrative records
Personal Name(s)
  • Neuman, Betty M.
Subject(s)
  • Neuman systems model
  • Nursing Theory

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Collection Inventory

Series 1.  Articles of Incorporation and By Laws, 1987-2007.

Scope and Contents note

This section contains the legal documents recognizing the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group as a legal entity in 1987. In addition, this series includes the By Laws and revisions that govern the NSMTG. They state that the mission of the organization is to advance nursing knowledge by promoting the Neuman Systems Model and maintaining the integrity of the NSM to the global nursing community. The mission also includes conducting international forums, creating multidisciplinary partnerships to advance the model as well as to support and extend the NSM through scholarly and other creative works. The Executive Committee of the Board consists of the Officers of the organization: the President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer and three directors and the immediate past president.

Box Folder

Articles of Incorporation, Nov 5, 1987.

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1

By-laws and Revisions, 1988, 1990-2007.

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2

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Series 2.  History, 1987-1989.

Scope and Contents note

This collection focuses on the history of the founding of the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group. This includes early correspondence, teleconference minutes, trustee agreements, news releases, and photographs.

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Correspondence Concerning Founding of NSMTG and Trustee Agreement, July 1987-Jan 1989.

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3

NSMTG (Initial) in Kansas City (photo), Oct 5, 1988.

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4

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Series 3.  Trustee and Member Information, 1988-2008.

Scope and Contents note

Materials within this series focus on the members of the NSMTG. This includes lists of trustees (updated as needed) biographies, and curriculum vitae of members. The criteria for membership as a trustee required a documented commitment to the NSM, attendance to the NSMTG’s Symposia, published works related to the NSM and recommendation from Betty Neuman or two other trustees.

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Trustee Lists, 1988-2008.

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5

Trustee and Association Member Directory (pamphlet), 1995.

1

6

Trustee Biographies, 1990-1991.

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7

Criteria for Membership as a Trustee, 1993-1995.

1

8

Trustee Curriculum Patricia A. Aylward.

1

9

Trustee Curriculum Charlene Beynon.

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10

Trustee Curriculum Barbara Scott Cammuso.

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11

Trustee Curriculum Cynthia Flynn Capers.

1

12

Trustee Curriculum Patricia L. Chadwick.

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13

Trustee Curriculum Jacqueline Fawcett.

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14

Trustee Curriculum Barbara T. Freese.

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15

Trustee Curriculum Margaret Louis.

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16

Trustee Curriculum Lois Lowry.

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17

Trustee Curriculum Rae Jeanne Memmott.

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18

Trustee Curriculum Rosalie Mirenda.

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19

Trustee Curriculum Betty Neuman.

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20

Trustee Curriculum Jan Russell.

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21

Trustee Curriculum Barbara Fulton Shambaugh.

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Trustee Curriculum Janet Sipple.

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23

Trustee Curriculum Mary Colette Smith.

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24

Trustee Curriculum Raphella Sohier.

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Trustee Curriculum Eleanor Stittich.

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26

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Series 4.  Minutes, 1988-2008.

Scope and Contents note

This collection contains the minutes of the NSMTG as well as the agendas, teleconferences minutes, treasurer’s reports, and talks given by Betty Neuman at the meetings.

Box Folder

Meetings and Teleconferences, Betty Neuman’s Talks at Meetings, 1988-1990.

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1

Betty Neuman’s Speeches at Meetings, Treasure’s Report, 1991-1993.

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2

Agendas and Treasure’s Reports, 1994-2000.

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3

Agendas and Minutes, 2002 – 2008.

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4

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Series 5.  Neuman System Trustees Correspondence, 1982-2005.

Scope and Contents note

This section focuses on the correspondence created by the NSMTG, including pre-trustee related communications.

Box Folder

Correspondence – Pre-Trustee – Rosalie Mirenda on Neuman Affairs or With Neuman, 1982-1987.

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Neuman System Trustees Correspondence, 1987-1990.

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2

Neuman System Trustees Correspondence, 1991-1993.

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3

Neuman System Trustees Correspondence, 1994-1997.

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Neuman System Trustees Correspondence – National, 1998-1999.

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Neuman System Trustees Correspondence; Autumn Update, 2000-2005.

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Neuman System Trustees Correspondence – International, 1990-1996, 1998, 1999.

3

5

Trustee Questionnaire Activities of Trustees.

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6

Program - Rosalie Mirenda’s Inauguration as President of Neumann College, Oct. 1996.

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7

Neuman System Trustee Correspondence and Minutes, etc., c. 1992-2010.

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8

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Series 6.  Newsletter, 1989-2003.

Scope and Contents note

This collection contains the newsletter, the Neuman News, published quarterly.

Box Folder

Neuman News vol.1, no. 1- wol. 4, no. 2, Oct. 1989-Winter 2001.

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Neuman News online edition, vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 2003.

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2

Neuman News typescripts of articles, 1989-1996.

3

3

Neuman Nieuws Neuman Newsletter from N.S.M. group in the Netherlands in Dutch language, 1997.

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Series 7.  Neuman Systems Model Biennial Symposia Files, 1986-2011.

Scope and Contents note

This section documents the NSM Biennial International Symposia. The first symposia was held at Neumann College in 1986, two years prior to the NSMTG formation. Materials within this series includes correspondence and lists of topics presented at the symposiums as well as the program and related material for each symposia. Later symposia’s were held in different sections of the United States and Canada. The purpose of the symposium is to examine the use of the NSM in nursing education as well as to provide an opportunity to network and discuss the NSM and its future development. This also includes several audio cassette tape recordings of some of the presentations during the Second Symposia in 1988.

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Neuman Systems Model Symposia Correspondence, 1986-1995.

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Topics Presented at Neuman Symposia – First, Third, Fourth and Fifth Complied by Eleanor Repp.

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Proposal for Funding Neuman Symposium at Neumann College – Rosalie Mirenda, 1986.

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2

First International Nursing Symposium – Neuman System Model at Neumann College (Pre-Trustee Symposium), 1986.

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3

The Second Biennial International Symposium on the Neuman System Model Kansas City, 1988.

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4

Third Biennial International Symposium on the Neuman System Model – Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 14-16, 1990.

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5

Fourth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model – Rochester, New York, 1993.

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6

Fifth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Orlando, Florida, 1995.

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Neuman Systems Model International Planning Guide, April 1996.

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8

Sixth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Boston, Massachusetts, 1997.

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9

Seventh Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Vancouver, B. C.,, April 7 –10, 1999.

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Seventh Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Vancouver, B. C., (Photo), April 7-10, 1999.

5

11

Eighth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Salt Lake City, Utah – Registration Materials; Programs, 2001.

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12

The Ninth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Neumann College, Aston, PA, April 24-25, 2003.

5

13

The Tenth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Akron, Ohio, April 21-22, 2005.

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14

The Eleventh Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Feb. 15-17, 2007.

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15

The 12th Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Orleans Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 31- June 2, 2009.

5

16

The Thirteenth Biennial International Symposium Neuman System Model Symposium at Lehigh Valley, June, 2011.

5

17

The 15th International Biennial Neuman Systems Model Symposium at Philadelphia, PA, June 18-20, 2015.

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2nd Biennal Symposium Proceedings, Audio Cassette Tapes, 1988.
Box Cassette Carton

Nursing Administration audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

#301 “The Development of the Neuman Systems Model” Current Status and the National and International Levels” Betty Neuman (Thursday) audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

#302 “The Neuman Model in Research” Margaret Louis (Thursday) audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

#303 “The Neuman Model Survey” Margaret Louis and Audrey Koertvelyessy (Friday) audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

#304 Concurrent Session #1Rosalie Mirenda audio cassette tape, 1988.

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#305 Concurrent Session #1 Maragaret Maynihan audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

#306 Concurrent Session #1 Shin-Sen Chou audio cassette tape, 1988.

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#307 Concurrent Session #2 Pat Davis audio cassette tape, 1988.

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#308 Concurrent Session #2 Edith Hamilton audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

#309 Concurrent Session #2 Audrey Koertvelyessy audio cassette tape, 1988.

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#310 Concurrent Session # 3 Marie-Josee Trepanier audio cassette tape, 1988.

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#311 Concurrent Session # 3 Nahn Joo Chang audio cassette tape, 1988.

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#312 Concurrent Session # 3 Willa Fields audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

Special Interest Group Session I #3, #5 audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

Special Interest Group Session II, 1 Adult, 2 Pediatric, 3 audio cassette tape, 1988.

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Pediatric Nursing audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

Perinatal audio cassette tape, 1988.

6

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Series 8.  Consultation Correspondence, National and International, 1987-2001.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains correspondence regarding the NSM and individual’s questions, requests for information or for the trustee to review papers (students and other professionals) about, inspired, or related to the NSM. There are also communications seeking advice, reviews and/or approval for adding or changing nursing program curriculum to incorporate the NSM or some aspects of it.

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Consultation Correspondence National Reading Papers, etc., 1987-1995.

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Consultation Correspondence International Review of Writings, Etc., 1987-1996.

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International DVDs, 3a Sweden, 3b The Netherlands; S. Beckman and S. Harges, Spring 2001.

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3

Presentation Material, 2004-2005.

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4

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Series 9.  Neuman Systems Model History and Description, 1970-1997.

Scope and Contents note

Materials within this section focus on the history of the NSM as well as what the Model is. This includes articles and papers written to describe the model as well as diagrams of it.

Box Folder

History of the Neuman Systems Model, 1990-1 – n.d.

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Descriptive Articles on the Model by Betty Neuman, Typescripts, 1980-1991, n.d.

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2

Descriptive Articles on the Model, most by Betty Neuman, c. 1970-1991, n.d.

8

3

NSM Framework “Earliest Diagram [of model] drawn by Betty Neuman, 1970”.

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Neuman Systems Model Diagrams – Some With Explanations, 1970-1984, n.d.

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Neuman Systems Model Diagrams, Definition of Terms, 1970-1985;1990 and n.d.

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Bibliographies – Neman Systems Model, 1990-1992, n.d.

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7

New Bibliography, Neuman Systems Model, Complied by Jacqueline Fawcett, PhD, FAAN, 1997.

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8

Lists of Studies and Research Works Under Way, Lists of Foreign Contacts; List of Professional Schools Using Model, 1980s, 1990-1995.

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9

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Series 10.  Betty Neuman/Neuman Systems Model Archive at Neumann College, 1993-2001.

Scope and Contents note

This section documents the archival collection while at Neumann College, prior to its transfer to the University of Pennsylvania Barbara Bates Center. This includes the deed of gift, correspondence related to the donation of the collection to the Neumann, website development and archive minutes, and research requests.

Box Folder

Deed of Gift (Signed by Betty Neuman 1994 Minutes-Meeting to Plan Archives – 1993 Communications re: Archives - 1995.

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Correspondence and Related Material re: Setting up of Neuman Archives at Neumann College; Betty Neuman; Rosalie Mirenda, Donna Kutnick, 1993-1996.

9

2

Correspondence and Related Material; re: Setting Up of Neuman Archives at Neumann College, 1993-1997.

9

3

Archives Advisory Council Minutes including Web Site Development, 1996-1998.

9

4

Correspondence: Dr. Eleanor Rapp re: Service to Betty Neuman Archives; Sr. Jeanette Clare re: Sabbatical, 1995-1999.

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5

Printout of Initial Betty Neuman Website Peter Murray – England; Correspondence from Peter Murray, 1997-1998.

9

6

Neuman Web Site – Materials from Meetings with Neumann College, 1996-1998.

9

7

Website Update and Other Material, 2003-2005.

9

8

Correspondence re: Putting Neuman Archives Online, 2008.

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9

Some Biographical Material on Trustees, 2006.

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10

Mailing Lists – Trustees Associates - Newsletter Recipients – Schools Using Model – Doctoral Programs – Participants in Boston Symp.

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Distribution of Mailing List and Trustees; Contact Mailing List – Alphabetical by State and Country, n.d.

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12

Correspondence from Dutch visitors to the Archives, 1997.

9

13

Archival Correspondence with Betty Neuman, 1995-1998.

9

14

Philadelphia Inquirer article listing Neuman’s Special Collection on Betty Neuman, Aug. 11, 1998.

9

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Requests for Information, Articles, etc. re: Betty Neuman Model, 1998.

9

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Request [to N.C.} for Permission to Reproduce NSM Related Material, 2001.

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Series 11.  Periodicals and Brochures, 1970-2002.

Scope and Contents note

This is a collection of periodicals, journals and brochures either about the NSM or the implantation of the NSM at an institution, such as a university or hospital.

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Carton
NSMT.0005

Rehabilitation Nursing , Sept-Oct 1991.

Reflections. Sigma Theta Tau.

Assignment. University of Wales, Swansea. Advertises Neuman Conference., Feb-April 1995.

Power in Nursing. "Nursing Dimensions", 1979.

NHSA Journal, Summer 1996.

Image-Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Winter 1990 and Spring 1995.

Nursing Health Care, Sept 1994.

JNE- Journal of Nursing. (Article co-written with Betty Neuman), Jan 1974.

Senior Nurse. English Periodical. Article by Betty Neuman, Sept-Oct 1970.

Journal of Psychiatric Nursing. (Article co-written with Betty Neuman), Jan-Feb 1970.

Nursing Research. Contains original article on the NSM by Betty Neuman and Rae Jeanne Young, May-June 1972.

Accent. Neumann College.

DE RIAGG. Dutch Publication.

Delta Epsilon Sigma Journal.

Standards of Nursing Practice for Community Health Nurses in Ontario.

Los Angeles County Medical Center School of Nursing.

Whitby Psychiatric Hospital.

Lifelong Learning – UC Riverside, 1977.

Friends Hospital – Account of Events Surrounding the Origin and Early Years.

Collington – A Caring Community.

The Australian Nurses Journal, May 1991.

Lander Magazine, Fall 1990.

Kuwait Nursing News , 1988-1989.

About Friends Hospital. A Guide for Referral Sources and Patient Families.

Brochures-Nursing Perspectives Ohio University, 1978-1979.

University of California – Continuing Education for Nurses Brochures.

Verpleegkunde Nieuws – Dutch Periodical contains interview with Betty Neuman, 1995.

The Proposed Revised Standards and Levels of Nursing Practice. College of Nurses of Ontario. (Based on Neuman and facilitated by Trustee Dorothy Craig.).

The Challenges for Nursing and Midwifery in the 21st Century. Great Britain, 1993.

Nursing Leadership in the 21st Century: A Report of Arista 11. Indianapolis, Ind., April 1996.

UCLA Nursing. Volume 16, Summer 1999.

Nursing Science Quarterly. Vol. 13, No. 1. Article on Model, Jan. 2002.

Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Vol. 33, No. 2. Article on Model, Second Quarter 2001.

Community-Based Mental Health Nursing Programme for Rehabilitation of Long-Term Psychiatric Patients – Research Institute of Nursing Science, Ewha Woman’s University, Korea., Jan 1999.

Emergis: Mental Health Care for all People in Zeeland Appropriate and Close to Home. Based on Neuman Model. Netherlands, 2000.

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Series 12.  Printed Materials, 1972-2006.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains published materials about the NSM. Broken into two subseries, Chapters in Books and Articles, these papers are primarily photocopies and largely in alphabetical order. Papers written by Betty Neuman are contained here.

Series 12.1.  Chapters in Books, 1980-2004.

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Written by Betty Neuman, 1980-1994.

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Neuman, Betty. “The Neuman Systems Model: Nursing and the Systems Perspective.” Manuscript for a German book., 1995.

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Written by Baumann and Buckingham; Beitler; Tkachuck, and Aamodi; Campbell and Keller; Chinn, Robert; Craddock and Stanhope; Cross, Berkey., 1980-1990.

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Written by Donsback; Drew, Craig, and Beynon; Fawcett, Botter, et al; Harris, Hermiz, et al; Herrick, C.; Gioodykoontz and Herrick, R., 1987-1991.

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3

Written by Hinton-Walker and Rabon, 1989.

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Written by Lancaster; Louis; Lowry and Jopp; Lowry; Hinton-Walker and Mirenda; Lowry; Lebold, 1980-1994.

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Written by Masteller and Coleman; McFarlane and Anderson; Meleis; Moynihan; Mrkonich, Hessian, and Miller, 1985-1994.

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Written by Mischke-Berkey, Warner and Hanson 1980, 1994.

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Written by Salvage and Turner; Thibodeau; Venable; Whall; Stevens, Stittich, Flores & Nuttal, 1980-1994.

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Written by Strickland and Seng; Victoria, Mirena and Lowry; “Implementation of the Neuman Systems Model in Nursing Education.” Chapter in unknown work.

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General Theory Chapters Neuman included with others, 1980-1986.

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Betty Neuman et al. Trustee “The Neuman Systems Model: A Futuristic Care Perspective" in The Nursing Profession: Tomorrow’s Vision ed. Norma L. Chaska. To be published 2000. Neuman, Betty and Patricia Hinton-Walker. Preface and Chapter 1 “Blueprint for Selection and Implementation of Nursing Models.” In B  lueprints for Use of Nursing Models. 1996.

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Alvarez Amaya, Maria. Draft of Chapter. “Environmental Women’s Health” for inclusion in AWHONN’s Core Curriculum in Women’s Health Nursing 1999. Aggleton, Peter and Helene Chalmers. Chapter 11 in  Nursing Models and Nursing Practice. 2000 “Neuman’s Systems Model in Nursing.” Craig, Dorothy and Carol Timmings “Evaluation of the ‘Living Well’ Health Promotion Program for Older Adults” Chapter 6 in  Health Promotion for Older Canadians: Knowledge Gaps and Research Needs. Eds. Gloria M. Gutman and Andrew V. Wister. 1994.

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Heslin, Kathleen. “Application of the Betty Neuman Model to Clients Experiencing Cancer Pain” -Drafts 1987. Lancaster, Jeanette, Lois Lowry, Karen S. Martin “Organizing Frameworks Applied to Community Health Nursing” Chapter 10 in Conceptual Frameworks Applied to Community Health Nursing n.d. Lowry, Lois, Sarah J. Beckman and Cheryl Bruick-Sorge. “Theoretically Based Educational Preparation: Its Effects on Associate Degree Nursing. Graduates” Draft n.d. Nuttall, Patricia, Eleanor M. Stittich and Filomena C. Flores. Chapter 11-“Use of the Neuman Systems Model in Advanced Practice Nursing” Draft.

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de Munck, Rudd and Andre Merks.”Using the Neuman Systems Model to Guide Administration of Nursing Service: The Case of Emergis, Institute for Mental Health Care, in Zeeland, Holland” Manuscript for Neuman 4th edition book. 2001.

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Reed, Karen and Michael Tarko. Books not identified. Chapter 10 “Using the Nursing Process with Families” Chapter 11 not titled. 2002.

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Van Betten, Patricia and Melis-Moriarty. “Betty Reynolds Neuman 1924 – Sept. 11. In Nursing Illuminations: A Book of Days. 2004.

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12.2.  Articles in Print, 1972-2006.

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Published Articles A-B, 1982-2000.

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Published Articles C – D, 1983-1996.

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Published Articles F – G, 1979-1999.

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Published Articles H – I, 1989-2002.

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Published Articles J –K, 1983-1992.

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Published Articles L – M – N, 1972-2007.

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Published Articles P – Z, 1974-2006.

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International Published Articles Danish, Sweden, England, Portugal, South Africa, 1983-1995.

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Articles Related to the Neuman Systems Model Unpublished, c.1990.

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Published Articles not Dealing with the Neuman Systems Model, 1983-1989.

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Published, Misc. (F), received 2013.

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Series 13.  Unpublished Manuscripts, Papers, Abstracts, etc., 1971-2006.

Scope and Contents note

This section consists of papers and articles related to the NSM but were unpublished. These papers, abstracts, and other formats were often sent to the NSMTG for editing or review. They are primarily in alphabetical order.

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Unpublished A-B, 1984-2006.

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Unpublished C-D-F, 1985-2000.

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Unpublished G, 1989-2006.

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Unpublished H, 1987-1997.

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Unpublished J-K-L, 1982-2002.

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Unpublished M, 1985-1997.

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Unpublished By Betty Neuman, 1971-1990.

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Unpublished Letters to the editor, book reviews, etc. Betty Neuman articles – Diana Newman, 1986-1997.

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Unpublished O-P-R, 1987-1997.

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Unpublished S, 1971-1996.

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Unpublished T-W, 1971-c.1997.

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Unpublished Misc., received 2013.

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Unpublished, Canada, 1986-1996.

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Unpublished, International. World Health Organization, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Kuwait, Portugal, c. 1991.

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Unpublished, International. England, Netherlands, Tasmania, n.d.

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Series 1.  Newsletters, Video and Media, 1984-1997.

Scope and Contents note

Within this section are newsletters published from other organizations, including international institutions, that adhere to the Neuman Systems Model and sent to the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group. In addition, there are materials related to a video produced about the NSM as well as slide presentations.

Box Folder

Newsletters – Neuman Notes. Publication of the Middlesex-London Health Unit Ontario, Canada, 1986 – 1995.

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Newsletters UAB Report June 1991. Fuld Institute Vol.1 No.1. The Abington Nurse 1989, Champions in Caring. Delta Sigma Theta Tau Holy Family and Neumann. Update Children’s Hospital of Michigan 1995. UCLA Alumnae Newsletter 1972. Northwestern Nursing News 1980. Neuman Nieuws – Holland 1997.

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Video materials, 1987-1997.

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Slide presentations, 1984.

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Series 15.  Conferences and Workshops, 1980-2005.

Scope and Contents note

This collection of documents relates to conferences and workshops that Betty Neuman or other trustees attended to present the Neuman Systems Model. These conferences were held within in the United States as well as international locations including Sweden, the Netherlands, Wales and Japan. Materials include conference brochures, agenda, and the paper presented at the conference.

Series 15.1.  U.S.A.

Box Folder

List of Conferences and Workshops Including or Focused upon the Neuman Systems Model, 1986-1994.

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Conferences, 1980 - 1983.

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Conferences, 1983 - 1986.

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Proceedings and Material First International Nursing Symposium-The Neuman Model at Neumann College, 1986.

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Conferences, 1987 - 1988.

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Conferences, 1989.

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Photographs taken with Betty Neuman at Conferences.

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Conference, 1990.

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Conference, Second South Florida Nursing Theorist Conference Miami, 1990.

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“Betty Neuman’s Theory for Nursing: A System for Practice” Minneapolis, 1990.

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Conference – The Neuman Systems Theory Conference at Paxton, Mass., 1990.

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National Nursing Theory Conference UCLA, 1990.

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Conferences, 1991.

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Conferences, 1993.

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Conferences, 1994, 1997.

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National Conferences, 1998, 2000.

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Sigma Theta Tau International, Inc. U of Phoenix, Sacramento, CA, 2001.

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Forum on Neuman Adelphi University, 2005.

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Series 15.2.  International.

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Canada, 1984, 1988.

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Canada, 1985.

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Canada, 1986.

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Canada, 1988.

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Canada, 1992.

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Mexico, 1980.

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England, 1985.

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Wales, 1995,1996.

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Norway, 1995.

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Sweden, 1991, 1993, 1998.

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Netherlands, 1995.

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Holland, 1995.

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Australia and New Zealand, 1991.

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Japan, 1995.

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Korea, 1995.

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Thailand and Taiwan, 1995.

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Taiwan Brochures and Material, Programs in Taiwan, August 1995.

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Jordan, 2000.

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Photographs from Conferences, International, 1992-1997.

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Series 16.  Nursing Programs, 1977-2006.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains materials of various nursing programs (diplomas, associate degrees, bachelor’s degree and master’s degree) across the United States and from around the world that used the Neuman Systems Model in their academic education. Documents include school reports, curriculum development, surveys and other materials nursing programs created while implementing the Neuman Systems Model. Some folders contain correspondence between the NMSTG and the institution. These recorders are organized by degree and are in alphabetical order.

Series 16.1.  Diploma and Associate Degree.

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Lists of Schools Using the Model and NLN Book Listing State Approved Schools of Nursing, 1997.

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Dynamics of Curriculum Development – Papers – No author or date listed.

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Diploma Program Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, 1983.

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Los Angeles Co. Medical Center School of Nursing Philosophy and Workshop Material – Change from Diploma to AD Program, c. 1990.

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Los Angeles Co. Medical Center School of Nursing Curricula Philosophy – Rating Scales – Philosophy, etc.

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Papers and Articles Dealing with AD Curricula, Nanette Kanoff, Lois Lowry, Gerry Green.

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Curriculum Workshop Agenda Heritage Campus, Hull, Quebec and Program Misc. Course Descriptions Levels unknown.

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Associate Degree Curricula Valley Community Col., Mt. San Antonio College Central Florida Community College, Los Angeles Valley College, c. 1988.

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Diagrams.

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Santa Fe Community College – Clinical Evaluations – Nursing Process Papers, etc., 1986.

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Santa Fe Community College NLN Self Study, 1986.

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Santa Fe Community College Nursing Process 1 Pack ; Nursing Process 11 Pack, Fall 1987, Fall 1988.

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AD Program Indiana Univ.-Purdue Unv. Fort Wayne/Parkview Hos. Nsg. Program – Issues in Nursing N. 280 Course Manual by Opal Freiburger.

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Enrichment Proposal for Community College Students, 2006.

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Series 16.2.  Bachelor's Degree.

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Articles, Research, Published and Unpublished, Dealing with Implementation of Baccalaureate Nursing, 1971, 1985-1990.

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Articles on Curriculum Development, Published, 1980-1984.

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Adelphi University Baccalaureate Program Material, 1984-1986.

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California State University at Fresno, 1986-1988.

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Concordia College Division of Nursing Course Description, c. 1980s.

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Concordia College Division of Nursing Case Study, 1980.

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Lander College, 1984-1985.

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Lander College N 305 and N 314, 1985.

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Lander College Course Overviews.

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Lander College Faculty Vitae Nursing Dept.

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Lander College Curriculum Criterions.

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Lander College BS in Nursing New Program Proposal, 1983.

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Lander College Student Nursing Handbook, 1990 – 1991.

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Isolated Curriculum Plans Gwynedd-Mercy College and Clark College, 1983, 1995.

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BSN Curriculum for Theory Course Indiana Wesleyan University, 2007.

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Minnesota Intercollegiate Nursing Consortium – Article on Development, 1985.

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Neumann College Baccalaureate Objects, History, etc., 1984-1986- c. 1995.

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Rutgers University, Philosophy and Course Descriptions, 1984-1985.

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Saint Anselm College Philosophy, Committee Minutes, 1985-1986.

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University of Nevada.

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BSN Program University of Tennessee at Martin, 1994.

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University of Wyoming, Philosophy, Goals, Course Outlines, 1989.

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Loma Linda University Course Descriptions and Goals, 1994-1996.

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Series 16.3.  Master's Degree.

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Adelphi University Master’s Program, 1984.

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Michigan State University Clinical Nurse Specialist, 1984.

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Rutgers Undergraduate and Graduate Philosophy and Framework, 1984.

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Texas Woman’s University Master’s Program Course Descriptions, 1977-1978.

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Texas Woman’s University Master’s Program, 1977 - 1978.

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McNeese State University Master’s Admissions, University of Miami and University of Oklahoma Master’s, 1977, 1982, 1993-1994.

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California State University Fresno, Baccalaureate and Master’s Programs, 1996.

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Article on Graduate Nurse Practitioners Programs Author not noted.

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Case Western University N 504, U of Alabama at Birmingham Doctoral Program.

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Series 16.4.  International Programs.

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New Zealand Diploma Program Curriculum Book, Overview of Nursing Education in New Zealand, 1991.

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Australia Baccalaureate Program 1991.

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Canada – Article on Curricular Design – University of Ottawa Faculty; “A Core Curriculum for Addictions Nursing” by Margaret E. Myers.

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Iceland – University of Akureyri Baccalaureate Curriculum.

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Kuwait University Teaching Materials – Level not clear, c. 1990s.

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Taiwan – Yang-Ming University Baccalaureate and Diploma (?) Abstract.

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Jordan – University of Jordan – Neuman Based Curriculum Design - Submitted to Masters Program, 1994.

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Series 17.  Nursing Service Case Studies, Selection Progress and Assessment Tools, 1981-2005.

Scope and Contents note

This section focuses on the case studies, assessment tools and reports that Betty Neuman used to explain the Neuman Systems Model and to highlight how it works. It also contains the tools developed by other organizations, primarily hospitals, to help them effectively use the NSM.

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Case Study The Barry Family, 1982 . Sealed copyright envelope.

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Studies using the Barry Family Case Study, 1986.

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Case Study Mrs. Hamilton Toronto, Ontario, 1988.

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Mrs. Hamilton Case Study Questions to be Asked.

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Isolated Case Studies and Analyses n.d.

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Hospitals Using the Neuman Model, Friends, Philadelphia; Jefferson Davis Memorial, Natchez, Miss.; Michigan State University Nursing Centers; Mount Sinai, Hartford, Conn., 1985-1992, 2002.

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Mount Sinai Assessment Forms.

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Assessment Tools Developed by Nurses Using the Neuman Systems Model, 1984-1995.

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Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital Darby, PA.

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Physicians Memorial Hospital.

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Papers on Nursing Practice, c. 1995.

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Implementation of Neuman Systems Model.

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Merrill Gardens Proposal, Dec 2005.

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Neuman Systems Model Slide Outline Jacqueline Fawcett.

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Final Report Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital Darby, PA by Cynthia Flynn Capers, 1987.

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Appendix to Final Report Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital Darby, PA, 1987.

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Pulmonary, Erie, PA Rehab Program.

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Middlesex – London, England, 1985 - 1989.

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Nursing Service – International Assessments, Tools, Abstracts, Paper Presentations Canada and Wales.

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Chatham Health Unit Ontario, Canada, 1988.

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Series 18.  Research Studies.

Scope and Contents note

The documents in this section are abstracts, papers, proposal, and grant applications of various individuals and organizations who sought to study the NSM in different situations. These papers are organized alphabetically.

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Research A – Gi, 1988-1996.

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Research Gr – H, 1987-1992.

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Research L, 1986-1993.

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Research M, 1986-1998.

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Research N – S, 1986-1998.

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Research S – W, 1987-1992.

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Research Grants Hanson, Shirley and Poole, Victoria.

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International Research, Canada, Sweden, 1988-1994.

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International Research, Canada, Denmark, 1983-1988.

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International Research, Sweden, 1998.

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Non. Material Abstract “Stressor Effects on Patients at Mealtime”.

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Multiple Abstracts, Single Pages and Survey Forms.

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Survey Forms to Identify Neuman Research Studies, 1987.

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Abstracts Research by Graduates of U. of Kansas, 1970-1985.

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Bennett, Karson J., Linda A. Williams and Lori L. Daisley “Evaluation of a Nursing Assessment Tool Based on the Neuman Systems Model in a Community College Setting”, 1987.

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Conger, Rosetta M. “Admissions Anxiety and Explanation of Orders.”, 1983.

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Fullerton, Roberta Rosenthal “Administration of the Nursing Assessment Tool for Adolescents”, 1985.

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Klimek, Sandra Study on Breast Self-Examination 1992. Knebel, Ann “Biofeedback and Tension Headaches” 1983.

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McCutchan, Judi “Preoperative Instruction and Anxiety Levels in Day Surgery Patients, 1986.

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Shackleford, Christine “Application of Neuman Systems Model to Emergency Nurses and Job Related Stress”. Outline only 1992. Soyk, Lynn. “The Effects of Music on Anxiety in Preoperative Patients” 1985.

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Thomas, Linda J. “The Effect of Ultrasound on Maternal and Paternal Perception of the Fetus.”, 1985.

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Wirtz, Carol Jean. “Relationship Between 12-hour Scheduling and Fatigue”, 1985.

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U. of Tennessee at Chattanooga Annual Research Day.

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Lists of Theses, Dissertations and Other Research.

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Notes and Data on Conference on Research. Betty Neuman.

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Guidelines for Constructing Neuman Systems Model Based Studies.

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Purpose of Research Institute Using Neman Systems Model to Guide Research, 2006.

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Research Project: Chaponniere, Paulette. Correspondence. How Stress and coping Effect Preterm Labor, 2006.

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Series 19.  Theses and Dissertations, 1981-2005.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains student papers and research into the Neuman Systems Model. Broken into three subseries, Master’s Theses, Dissertation Proposals, and Published Dissertations, these papers were often sent by students who used the NSM as the subject of their final degree paper for the NSMTG to have in their collection. In some instances there are correspondence between students and Betty Neuman or another trustee who helped them in understanding and creating their paper as well as edited notes and papers. Some papers are formally or informally bound while others are loose pages. The published dissertations were either sent by the student or the NSMTG obtained a copy of the final paper.

Series 19.1.  Master's Theses and Abstracts.

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Averill, Jennifer B. “The Impact of Primary Prevention as an Intervention Strategy” U. of New Mexico, Unpublished, 1988.

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Tovar, Kathy. “The Identification of Defining Characteristics That Describe the Need for Caring Touch.” U of Kansas, Unpublished, 1987.

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Abstracts and Conceptual Frameworks. Cardenas, Virginia P. “The Relationship Between Professional Stress and Jon Satisfaction in a Hospital Based Nursing Staff” Florida State University – 1997. Abstract No title. Hanson, Johanna B. 1997. Bradford, Darleen. “Barriers to Mammography Screening for Older Rural Women” Fort Hayes State University, Hays, Kansas 1998.Ramsey, Beth A. “Can a Multidisciplinary Team Decrease Hospital Length of Stay for Elderly Trauma Patients?” Grand Valley State University. 1999.

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Carroll, Charnnett G. “Coping Strategies; Caring for a person with AIDS (PWA): The Family’s Perspective. Florida State University, 1995.

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Cotton, Nancy Carol. “An Interdisciplinary High Risk Assessment Tool for Rehabilitation Inpatient Falls” University of Northern Colorado Bound Copy, 1992.

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Castner, Linda J. “A Nursing Care Plan for Chemonucleolysis” Bound Copy.

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Baker, Linda L. “Importance and Fulfillment of Family Needs in the ICU” Bound Copy, 1997.

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Felix, Marguerite. “Nursing Care Delivery Method Policy Analysis” Bound Copy, 1994.

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Good, Barbara Arlene Vonthron. “Efficacy of Nursing Intervention as Secondary Prevention of Chronic Nonorganic Constipation in Older Adult Nursing Home Residents: A Replication Study” Bound Copy, 1993.

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Grightmire, Leslie J. “Stressors as Perceived by Preoperative Head and Neck Cancer Patients and Their Spouses” Bound Copy, 1987.

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Grimm, Ardith “Stress, A Comparison of Factors Between Nurses Who Work on Medical/Surgical Units and Those in Intensive/Neonatal Intensive Care Units.” Bound Copy, 1987.

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Grimm, Ardith “Stress, A Comparison of Factors Between Nurses Who Work on Medical/Surgical Units and Those in Intensive/Neonatal Intensive Care Units.” Bound Copy, 1987.

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Kennett, Jeanene “Nursing Utilizing the Internet in the Advancement Towards Professionalization: An Application of the Neuman Systems Theory.” Bound Copy, 1999.

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Ladd, Kristin J. “The Effect of Social Support on the Psychological Adaptation of an Individual Receiving an Alternate Form of Nutrition Therapy.” Bound Copy, 1999.

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Laninga, Kristi Jo.”Are Pain and Depression Related in Patients with Cancer?” Bound Copy, 1999.

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Mannina, Janet. “The Use of Puretone Audiometry and Tympanometry to Identify Hearing Loss and Middle Ear Disease in School Age Children” Bound Copy, 1995.

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Melton, Linda E.”A Community Needs Assessment for a 'Sane' Program Using the Neuman Model” Bound Copy, 1999.

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Norman, Ann E. “The Effect of a Primary Prevention Intervention of the Nutrition Knowledge and Behavior of Fifth Grade Children” Bound Copy, 1993.

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Ramsey, Beth A. “Can a Multidisciplinary Team Decrease Hospital Length of Stay for Elderly Trauma Patients” Bound Copy, 1999.

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Robin, Nancy Schneider. “Clinical Evaluation of the Ectopic Pregnancy Risk Assessment Screening Tool: A Retrospective Study” Bound Copy, 1991.

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Tarr, Betty. “Host-Resistant Factors Contributing to Nonsocial Clean Surgical Wound Infections” Bound Copy, 1986.

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Therrien, Sheryl. “Weight Gain in Females with a Diagnosis of Breast Cancer” Bound Copy, 1993.

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VanBebber, Maria L. “Eye Safety Interventions: A Survey” Bound Copy, 1998.

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Winter, Beverly Pettibone. “reliability and Validity of the Reichert Hemoglobinometer” Bound Copy, 1987.

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Vujakovich, Mary Ann. “Relationship Between Family Stress and Coping Behaviors in Families of Head Injured Individuals” D’Youville College, 1991.

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Partial Theses – All submitted to U. of Nevada, Las Vegas. Case, Suzanne C. “The Immediate Perceived Needs of Family Members of Trauma Patients and How They Differ From the Nurses’ Perceptions of Needs.” 1992. Fillmore, Judy Ann. “The Effects of Preoperative Teaching on Anxiety Levels of Hysterectomy Patients” 1992. Mendez, Diana. “College Students’ Image o Nursing as a Career Choice.” 1990. Puetz, Rosemary. “Nurse and Patient Perception of Stressors Associated With Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery.” 1990. Wilkey, Susanne Fife. “The Effects of an Eight-Hour Continuing Education Course on the Death Anxiety Levels of Registered Nurses” 1990. Woodruff, Darlene G. “Nevada Nurses’ Attitudes Toward Mandatory Continuing Education” 1990.

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Barnason, Susan A. “Influence of Rehabilitation on Social Dependency, Quality of Life and Life Change Among Coronary Artery Bypass Clients.” U. of Nebraska, 1985.

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Burnett, Helen Marie. “An Exploratory Study on the Perceived Health Status Changes in Criminally Victimized Older Adults.” Eastern Michigan University, 1999.

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Fullerton, Roberta. “An Adolescent Assessment Tool Based on the Betty Neuman Health Care Systems Model.” Northwestern State University of Louisiana, 1981.

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Hyde, Norlyn Branham. “Nurses’ and Family Members’ Assessment of Family Needs During Critical Illness: A Comparative Study.” Northwestern State University of Louisiana., 1987.

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King, Renee Daniels. “Nursing Assessment of Excessive Water Drinking in Psychiatric Patients.” The U. of Alabama at Birmingham., 1986.

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Leedy, Margaret Juanita. “Stress and Job Satisfaction: A Comparison Study of Intensive and Nonintensive Care Nurses.” Wright State University., 1984.

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Lesmond, Joan. “Clients’ Perceptions of the Effects of Social Support in Their Adjustment to Breast Cancer in a Visiting Nurse Environment in Central Ontario, Canada.” D’Youville College., 1992.

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Mahaffey, Tamera L. “Influence of Rehabilitation on Social Dependency, Quality of Life, and Life Change Among Myocardial Infarction Clients.” U. of Nebraska., 1985.

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Pardee, Connie J. “Evaluating Family Caregivers’ Ability of Select Appropriate Care Techniques Following Discharge Instructions on Post Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms.” Grand Valley State University, 1992.

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Tarr, Betty. “Host-Resistant Factors Contributing to Nonsocial Clean Surgical Wound Infections” Unbound second copy, annotated, 1986.

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Biddick, Louann L. “Purpose and Function of International Travelers Health Clinics in Wisconsin: The Role of the Adult Nurses Practitioner.” Marian College of Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin., 2004.

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Elmore, Diane M. “Delirium in the Rural Hospitalized Elderly: Indicators Found in Medical Records.” U. of Nevada, Las Vegas., 2001.

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Bartz, Bonnie. “Efficacy of Zinc Supplementation in Reducing the Incidence of Recurrent Vaginitis”, 2000.

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Traver, Barbara A. “Nurses’ Perception of their Levels of Knowledge and Skills to Promote the Health of Clients Experiencing Stressors Related to Pathological Gambling.”, 2001.

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Wojcaiechowski, Cynthia E. “The Live Experience of Nurses who were Participants in Malpractice Litigation.”, 2005.

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Zavala-Onyett, Nancy. “The Impact of School-Based Health Clinic on School Absence.”, 2001.

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Series 19.2.  Dissertations, Proposals, and Abstracts.

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Cagle, Rebecca H., Kenneth Wayne Edmisson, Jr., Jeanne Carper Flannery, Annie Heintzelman, Kathleen Jennings, Rosalie Mirenda, Nancy Burch Moody, Janet D. Pierce, Mertin L. Potter, Sharron P. Schlosser, Janet E. A. Sipple, Joan W. Williamson.

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Gigliotti, Eileen. “The Relations Among Maternal and Student Role Involvement, Perceived Social Support and Perceived Multiple Role Stress in Mothers Attending College: A Study Based on Betty Neuman Systems Model”.

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Michael, Susan Rush. “Conceptualizing Chronic Illness Acceptance Utilizing the Betty Neuman Systems Model.”, 1990.

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Cox, Diane D. “The Impact of Stress, Coping, Constructive Thinking and Hardiness on Health and Academic Performance of Female Registered Nurse Students Pursuing a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing.”, 1995.

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Casalenuove, Gregory Allen “”Fatigue in Diabetes Mellitus: Testing a Middle Range Theory of Well-Being Derived from Neuman’s Theory of Optimal Client System Stability and the Neuman Systems Model.” Autographed to Betty Neuman, 2002.

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Casalenuove, Gregory Allen “”Fatigue in Diabetes Mellitus: Testing a Middle Range Theory of Well-Being Derived from Neuman’s Theory of Optimal Client System Stability and the Neuman Systems Model.”, 2002.

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Potter, Mertie L. “Spirituality, Learned Resourcefulness, and Health Perception in the Older Adult with Rheumatoid Arthritis.”, 1997.

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Smith, Ethel Delores. “PTSD Symptoms of Substance Abusers who have been Sexually Abused and Substance Abusers who have not been Sexually Abused: A Retrospective, Descriptive and Comparative Study.”, 2003.

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Whatley, Joy Harris. “Effects of Health Locus of Control and Social Network on Risk-Taking ion Adolescents.” U. of Alabama at Birmingham. Unbound dissertation, 1988.

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Henry, Frances L. “Coping Strategies of Rural African American Widows.” Partial dissertation., 1933.

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Series 19.3.  Published Dissertations.

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Bittinger, Judy Pearman. “Case Management and Satisfaction with Nursing Care of Patients Hospitalized with Congestive Heart Failure.”, 1995.

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Al-Nagshabandi, Elham Abd. “An Exploration of the Physical and Psychological Responses if Surgically Induces Menopausal Saudi Women using the Neuman System Model.”, 1993.

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Barnes-McDowell, Betsy Mickey. “Home Apnea Monitoring; Family Functioning, Concerns, and Coping.”, 1997.

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Bemker, Mary. “Adolescent Female Substance Abuse: Risk and Resiliency Factors.”, 1996.

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Burritt, Joan Elizabeth. “The Effects of Perceived Social Support on the Relationship between Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Job Performance among Registered Nurses EM.”, 1988.

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Butts, Mary Jane. “Outcomes of Comfort Touch in Institutionalized Elderly Female Residents (nursing Homes, Women.)”, 1998.

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Cagle, Rebecca. “The Relationship between Health Care Provider Advice and the Initiation of Breast-Feeding.”, 1996.

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Cammuso, Barbara Scott. “Caring and Accountability in Nursing Practice in Ireland and the United States: Helping Irish Nurses Bridge the Gap when they Choose to Practice in the United States.”, 1994.

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Capers, Cynthia Flynn. “Perceptions of Problematic Behavior as Held by Lay Black Adults and Registered Nurses.”, 1986.

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Chilton, Lynn Louise Ambroz. “The Influence of Behavioral Cues on Immunization Practices of Elders.”, 1996.

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Collins, Angela Smith. “Effects of Positional Changes of Selected Physiological and Psychological Measurements in Clients with Atrial Fibrillation.”, 1991.

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Dunbar, Sandra Byars. “The Effect of Formal Patient Education on Selected Psychological and Physiological Variables of Adaptation after Acute Myocardial Infarction.”, 1983.

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Downing, Belinda Hornsby. “Evaluation of a Computer Assisted Intervention on Musculoskeletal Discomfort, Strength, and Flexibility and Job Satisfaction of Video Display Operators.”, 1994.

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Flannery, Jeanne Carper. “Validity and Reliability of Levels of Cognitive Functioning Assessment Scale for Adults with Closed Head Injuries.”, 1987.

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Fulton, Barbara Jean. “Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Neuman Systems Model as a Theoretical Framework for Baccalaureate Nursing Programs.”, 1992.

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Gibson, Deborah Evon. “A Q-Analysis of Interpersonal Trust in the Nurse-Client Relationship.”, 1988.

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Gibson, Mary Hope. “The Quality of Life of Adult Hemodialysis Patients.”, 1995.

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Gigliotti, Eileen. “The Relations among Maternal and Student Role Involvement, Perceived Social Support and Perceived Multiple Role Stress in Mothers Attending College: A Study Based on Betty Neuman’s Systems Model.”, 1997.  Retained published copy.

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Glazer, Greer Lita. “The Relationship between Pregnant Women’s Anxiety Levels and Stressors and their Partners’ Anxiety Levels and Stressors.”, 1984.

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Goble, Donna Sue. “A Curriculum Framework for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse”.

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Hanson, Mary-Jane Shirar. “Beliefs, Attitudes, Subjective Norma, Perceived Behavioral Control, and Cigarette Smoking in Whites, African-American, and Puerto Rican-American Teenage Women.”, 1995.

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Hanson, Patricia A. “An Application of Bowen Family Systems Theory: Triangulation, Differentiation of Self and Nurse Manager Job Stress Responses.”, 1997.

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Harbin, Phillis Diann O’Mary. “A Q-Analysis of the Stressors of Adult Female Nursing Students Enrolled in Baccalaureate Schools of Nursing.”, 1989.

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Hayes, Kathryn Van Dyke. “Diagnostic Content Validation and Operational Definitions of Risk Factors for the Nursing Diagnosis High Risk for Disuse Syndrome.”, 1994.

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Heaman, Doris Jean. “Perceived Stressors and Coping Strategies of Parents with Developmentally Disabled Children.”, 1991.

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Henze, Reet L. “The Relationship Among Selected Stress Variables and White Blood Count in Severely Injured Patients.”, 1993.

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Herald, Patricia Ann. “Relationship between Hydration Status and Renal Function in Patients Receiving Amonoglycoside Antibiotics.”, 1993.

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Hood, Lucy. “The Effects of Nurse Faculty Hardiness and Sense if Coherence on Perceived Stress, Scholarly Productivity, and Job Satisfaction.”, 1997.

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Jennings, Kathleen Monique. “Predicting Intention to Obtain a Pap Smear Among African-American and Latina Women.”, 1997.

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Lancaster, Diane Renee Novotny. “Coping with Appraised Threat of Breast Cancer: Primary Prevention Coping Behaviors Utilized by Women at Increased Risk.”, 1991.

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Lee, Patricia Lynne. “Caregiver Stress as Experienced by Wives if Institution zed and In-Home Dementia Husbands.”, 1995.  Retained published copy.

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Marsh, Verdell. “Job Stress and Burnout among Nurses: The Meditational Effect of Spiritual Well-Being and Hardiness.” 1997.

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McDaniel, Gretchen Montaree Schaefer. “The Effects of Two Methods of Dangling on Heart Rate and Blood Pressure in Postoperative Abdominal Hysterectomy Patients.”, 1989.

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Mirenda, Rosalie. “A Conceptual-Theoretical Strategy for Curriculum Development in Baccalaureate Nursing Programs”, 1995.  Retained published copy.

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Monahan, Genevieve Louise. “A Profile of Pregnant Drug-Using Female Arrestees in California: The Relationships Among Sociodemographic Characteristics, Reproductive and Drug Addiction Histories, HIV/STD Risk Behaviors, and Utilization of Prenatal Care Services and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs.”, 1996.

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Moody, Nancy Burch. “Selected Demographic Variables, Organizational Characteristics, Role Orientation, and Job Satisfaction among Nurse Faculty.”, 1991.

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Norman, Suzanne E. “The Relationship Between Hardiness and Sleep Disturbances in HIV-Infected Men.”, 1990.

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Norris, Elizabeth Wright. “Physiologic Response to Exercise in Clients with a mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome.”, 1989.

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Parodi, Vivienne Andrea. “Neuman-Based Analysis of Women’s Health Needs Aboard a Deployed Navy Ship: Can Nursing Make a Difference?”, 1997.

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Payne, Peggy Langley. “A Study of the Teaching of Primary Prevention Competencies as Recommended by the Report of the Pew Health Professions Commission in Bachelor of Science nursing programs and associate in nursing programs.", 1993.

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Peoples, Lynn Thompson. “The Relationship between Selected Client, Provider, and Agency Variables and the Utilization of Home Care Services, 1990.

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Peterson, Grace Anne. “Nursing Perceptions of the Spiritual Dimension of Patient Care: The Neuman Systems Model in Curricular Formations.”, 1997.

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Poole, Victoria Lee. “Pregnancy, Wantedness, Attitude Toward Pregnancy, and Use if Alcohol, Tobacco, and Street Drugs During Pregnancy.”, 1991.  Retained published copy.

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Pothiban, Linchong. “Risk Factor Prevalence, Risk Status, and Perceived Risk for Coronary Heart Disease among Thai Elderly.”, 1993.

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Quinn, Angela T. “A Hospice Death Education Course: Evaluating Effectiveness in Meeting Goals.”, 1991.

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Rowe, Marian Lemmons. “The Relationship of Commitment and Social Support to the Life Satisfaction of Caregivers to Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease”, 1989.

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Rowles, Connie J. “The Relationship of Selected Personal and Organizational Variables and the Tenure of Directors of Nursing in Nursing Homes.”, 1992.

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Schlosser, Sharron P. “The Effect of Anticipatory Guidance on Mood State in Primaparas Experiencing Unplanned Cesarean Delivery.”, 1985.  Retained published copy.

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Schmidt, Carolyn Shinsky. “A Comparison of the Effectiveness if Two Nursing Models in Decreasing Depression and Increasing Life Satisfaction of Retired Individuals”, 1982.

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Sipple, Janet Elspeth Askew. “A Model for Curriculum Change Based on Retrospective Analysis.”, 1989.

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South, Lisa Darlynne. “The Relationship of Self-Concept and Social Support in School-Age Children with Leukemia.”, 1995.

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Tarmina, Mary Suzanne. “Self-Selected Diet of Adult Women with Families.”, 1992.

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Tennyson, Margaret Gutherie. “Becoming Pregnant: Perceptions of Black Adolescents.”, 1991.

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Terhaar, Mary Frances.”The Influence of Physiologic Stability, Behavioral Stability and Family Stability of the Preterm Infant’s Length of Stay in the Hospital.”, 1989.

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Thornhill, Bonnie Elizabeth. “A Q-Analysis of Stressors in the Primapara during the Immediate Postpartal Period.”, 1985.  Retained published copy.

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Underwood, Patricia White. “Psychosocial Variables: Their Prediction of Birth Complications and Relation to Perception of Childbirth.”, 1986.

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Vincent, Janice Lane Morris. “A Q Analysis of the Stressors of Fathers with an Infant in an Intensive Care Unit.”, 1988.

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Watson, Lavaughn Alleen. “Comparison of the Effects of Usual, Support, and Informational Nursing Interventions on the Extent to which Families of Critically Ill Patients Perceive Their Needs Were met.”, 1991.

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Webb, Cheryl Ann. “A Cross-Sectional Study of Hope, Physical Status, Cognitions and Meaning and Purpose of Pre- and Post-Retirement Adults.”, 1988.

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Whatley, Joy Harris. “Effects of Health Locus of Control and Social Network on Risk-Taking in Adolescents.”, 1988.

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Williamson, Joan Wolfe. “The Influence of Self-Selected Monotonous Sounds on the Night Sleep Pattern of Postoperative Open Heart Surgery Patients.”, 1989.

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Yoder, Ronda Elaine. “Primary Prevention Emphasis and Self-Reported Health Behaviors of Nursing Student.”, 1994.

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Ziemer, Mary Murta. “Providing Patients with Information Prior to Surgery and th4e Reported Frequency of Coping Behaviors and Development of Symptoms Following Surgery.”, 1982.

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Series 20.  Books.

Scope and Contents note

This section lists the books published by Betty Neuman or the NSMTG about the NSM, some are autographed. Also included are books on nursing theory and international books (often in a foreign language) as well as books from Betty Neuman’s Collection (MC 160).

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Neuman, Betty. The Neuman Systems Model: Application to Nursing Education and Practice. Appleton-Century Crofts., 1982.

Neuman, Betty. The Neuman Systems Model Second edition. Appleton & Lange., 1989.

Neuman, Betty. The Neuman Systems Model Third edition. Appleton & Lange., 1995.

Neuman, Betty and Fawcett, Jacqueline. The Neuman Systems Model Fourth edition. Appleton & Lange., 2002.

Neuman, Betty and Fawcett, Jacqueline. The Neuman Systems Model Fifth edition. Pearson.

Riehl, Joan and Sr. Callista Roy. Conceptual Models for Nursing Practice. 2nd edition. Chapters 9-14. Appleton-Century Crofts., 1980.

Fawcett, Jacqueline. Analysis and Evaluation of Conceptual Models of Nursing. 2nd edition. Chapter 6. F.A. Davis & Co., 1989.

Fawcett, Jacqueline, and Downs, Florence S. The Relationship of Theory and Research. Appleton-Century Crofts., 1989.

Marriner, Ann. Nursing Theorists and Their Work. Chapter 26. Mosby., 1986.

Marriner-Tomey. Nursing Theorists and Their Work. 2nd edition. Chapter 28. Mosby., 1986.

Marriner-Tomey. Nursing Theorists and Their Work. 3rd edition. Chapter 19. Mosby., 1994.

Pearson, Alan and Barbara Vaughn. Nursing Models for Practice. Chapter 8. Heinemann Nursing., 1986.

Misschke-Berkey, Karen and Shirley M. Hanson. Pocket Guide to Family Assessment and Intervention. Mosby., 1991.

Parker, Marilyn. Nursing Theories in Practice. NLN. Part 8., 1990.

George, Julia. Nursing Theories: The Base for Professional Nursing Practice. 3rd edition. Chapter 16. Appleton & Lange, 1990.

Kim, Hesook Suzie. The Nature of Theoretical Thinking in Nursing. Appleton-Century Crofts, 1983.

ZORG in Nederland , 1994.

Lindell, Marianne, and Henry Olson. Modeller for Omvardnad. Sweden, 1993.

Omvardnadstrorier 111. Sweden, 1995.

Nursing Care. Summary of a European Study.

Verberk, Frans, and Marlou Dekuiper. Verpleegkunde Volgens Het Neuman Systems Model. Netherlands., 1995.

Omvardnad. Sweden., 1986.

Harder, Ingeherd, and Hanne Seyer-Hansen. Plejeplaner I praksis. Denmark., 1986.

Verberk, Frans, and Marlou Dekuiper. Verpleegkunde Volgens Het Neuman Systems Model. 2nd edition. Netherlands., 1998.

Verberk, Frans, and Marlou Dekuiper. Verpleegkunde Volgens Het Neuman Systems Model. 3rd edition Netherlands. 2002.

Autographed. Lowry, Lois, Editor. The Neuman Systems Model ad Nursing Education: Teaching Strategies and Outcomes., 1998.

Autographed. Aggleton, Peter and Helen Chambers. Nursing Models and Nursing Practice. 2nd edition., 2000.

Autographed. Neuman, Betty. The Neuman Systems Model. 3rd edition. First Japanese edition., 1999.

Autographed. Walker, Patricia Hinton and Betty Neuman, Editors. Blueprint for Use of Nursing Models: Education, Research, Practice & Administration., 1996.

Autographed. Fawcett, Jacqueline. Analysis and Evaluation of Conceptual Models of Nursing. 2nd edition. Chapter 6. F.A. Davis & Co., 1989.

Autographed. Fawcett, Jacqueline. Analysis and Evaluation of Conceptual Models of Nursing. 3rd edition. Chapter 6. F.A. Davis & Co., 1989.

Autographed. Neuman, Betty. The Neuman Systems Model Second edition. Appleton & Lange.

Fox, David J., and Ilse Leeser. Readings on the Research Process in Nursing. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1981.

Gordon, Marjory. Nursing Diagnosis: Process and Application. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1982.

History Committee of the UCLA School of Nursing Alumni Association. History of the UCLA School of Nursing. The Regents of the University of California, 1999.

Kapborg, Inez. “Evaluation of Swedish Nursing Education and Professional Practice.” Issue of Studies in Educational Sciences 4 (1995). Stockholm: HLS Forlag, 1995.

Kim, Hesook Suzie. The Nature of Theoretical Thinking in Nursing. Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1983.

Nicoll, Leslie H., ed. Perspectives on Nursing Theory. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman & Co., 1986.

Scales, Freda S. Nursing Curriculum: Development, Structure, Function. Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1985.

Seaman, Catherine C. H., and Phyllis J. Verhonick. Research Methods for Undergraduate Students in Nursing. 2nd ed. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1982.

Turner, Joan G., and Katherine H. Chavigny. Community Health Nursing: An Epidemiologic Perspective Through the Nursing Process.

Walker, Lorraine O., and Kay C. Avant. Strategies for Theory Construction in Nursing. Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1983.

Deloughery, Grace L, Kristine M. Gebbie, and Betty M. Neuman. Consultation and Community Organization in Community Mental Health Nursing. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co, 1971.

Reed, Karen S. Betty Neuman: The Neuman Systems Model. Newbury Park, Calif: Sage Publications, 1993.

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