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Jeanne Quint Benoliel papers

MC 122

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing
Creator:
Benoliel, Jeanne Quint, 1956-2006
Title:
Jeanne Quint Benoliel papers
Date [inclusive]:
1919-2012
Call Number:
MC 122
Extent:
35 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Jeanne Quint Benoliel, Papers include personal and professional correspondence, speeches, presentations, and publications she wrote during her career, as well as documents following her active participation in professional organizations such as the International Working Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement. In addition, this collection contains several research grant projects and related field notes and materials, including her influential studies “Exploratory Investigation of Process of Adjustment Following Mastectomy” and “Hospital Personnel, Nursing Care and Dying Patients”, amongst others.
Cite as:
Jeanne Quint Benoliel papers, Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Jeanne Quint Benoliel (born in National City, CA, Dec 9, 1919- died January, 2012) was Professor Emeritus of Psychosocial and Community Health at the University of Washington, School of Nursing. She received a diploma in 1941 from St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nursing in San Francisco, and her B.S. in Nursing Education from Oregon State University, in Corvallis in 1948. In 1969 she acquired the D.N.SC. in Sociology and Nursing from the University of California in San Francisco.

Benoliel served in the United States Army Nurse Corps from 1934-1946, spending 21 months in various parts of New Guinea and the Philippines. Following her Army service she held several nursing positions in Oregon and California including staff nurse, surgical nursing instructor and educational director. During the 1960s, Benoliel was a faculty member at the University of California, first in Los Angeles than in San Francisco. In 1970 she joined the faculty of the University of Washington, School of Nursing as an Associate Professor. She went on to become Professor and Department Chair. She was a member of the Planning Committee for the Ph.D. program in Nursing Science and initiated a funded study of patterns of dying in hospitals (1973-1977).

She was active in many nursing professional organizations at the national and state levels. Benoliel was one of the first members of the Commission on Nursing of the American Nurses Association. This Commission helped create the infrastructure through which nurse investigators could meet, offer programs and exchange information. Benoliel was also an early member, and chair for two years, of the International Working Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement. The IWG DDB sought to promote and advance death education and research and evaluating the care of the ill, survivors, and the bereaved. Through this and other activities, Benoliel was an important force in organizing nursing’s growth as a profession.

Benoliel authored numerous articles and books on nursing care of cancer and terminally ill patients. Her many awards, honors and special recognitions include the Professional Achievement Award from the University of California Alumni Association, Los Angeles (1972); election into the American Academy of Nursing (1974); receipt of the Doctor of Science from the University of Pennsylvania for contributions in the field of Thanatology (1983), and the Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of San Diego, California (1987); and receipt of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award (1988).

Scope and Contents

The Jeanne Quint Benoliel Papers is a collection acquired by the University of Pennsylvania, Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing between 1999 and 2012. The materials, arranged in fourteen series, help sheds light on her prolific professional career in nursing scholarship as well as her personal life.

Series 1 contains Dr. Benoliel’s personal documents, including her yearbooks from high school and nurse training school, personal correspondence, as well as her passports. This section also gives a glimpse into her professional life through her curriculum vitaes and biographical sketches. Her journals, mostly focusing on her work trips, also have insights into her personal life. These journals can be found in series 5 and 9. Series 2, however, focus on her early career from nursing training, her years in Army during World War II, as well her positions after the war, before joining the University of California faculty. Documents include her military files, correspondence received during the war, course notes and graduation notes. Series 3 explores her early academic career and includes her course notes, yearbooks and reunion information from her class or the classes she taught while at St. Luke’s Hospital and Fresno County General Hospital, as well as correspondence and reports gathered during her tenure at the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) and at Los Angeles (UCLA).

The fourth series contains materials related to Jeanne Quint Benoliel’s grant projects during her time at UC. This includes the project on chronic disease in adolescence that led to her dissertation “Becoming Diabetic: A Study of Emerging Identity.” Documents include correspondence, grant applications, original field notes, personal observations, original interviews, patient data, summary reports and findings. Grant projects include “Exploratory Investigation of Process of Adjustment Following Mastectomy”, “Hospital Personnel, Nursing Care and Dying Patients”, and “Terminal Illness, Family Adaptation, and Medical and Nursing Care”.

The fifth series explores Dr. Benoliel’s tenure at the University of Washington until her retirement in 1980. Divided into two subseries, the first subgrouping includes her yearly activity reports, correspondence, and other professional activities. The second and larger subseries focus on the research projects conducted during her tenure, as primary, co-leader, or secondary role on the project. Documents within each grant project may include the original grants, grant renewals and reports, correspondence, interviews and data, as well as papers and publications based on the project. These grant projects include “Care-Cure Problem: Dying in Teaching Hospitals”, “Health Services Pre-Professional Training for Minorities”, and Oncology Transition Services’ “Pre-Master’s Program in Oncology Transition Services” and “Oncology Transition Services for Children and Adults”.

Series six documents her more serious involvement in professional organizations. Though Dr. Benoliel was associated with numerous organizations, materials within this section are from organizations she chaired, was on the board, or was an early and long lasting member of. This includes the American Nurses’ Association and its Council and Commission on Nursing Research, the International Working Group on Death, Dying, and Bereavement, and the Oncology Nursing Society. Documents in this subseries explore the mailings, newsletters, correspondence, meeting minutes, agendas, and conference materials produced while JBQ was an active member of the group.

Series 7 contains the papers Dr. Benoliel presented during her career as well as any lecture materials or courses she taught. These documents may include programs, agendas, correspondence, the paper and previous drafts, as well as flight information. Series 8 however, has contains any articles, book chapters, book and publisher correspondence, and other related documents regarding any publications by Dr. Benoliel.

The ninth series explores Dr. Benoliel’s work post-retirement from the University of Washington. This includes her time at Rutgers University and her continued work at the University of Washington. Documents include correspondence, academic activity files, her journals from work conferences and travels, as well as the research grant projects she was associated with. Her journals document her time in China as a citizen ambassador, visiting professor in Israel and Sweden, as well as international meetings in Japan, Netherlands, and other places. In addition, this series contains the grant projects she was a team member on. Projects includes “A Course on Prevention, Focusing on Cancer, For Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants”, “Cancer Patient Responses to Psychosocial Variables”, “Stresses, Health and Coping of Women Graduate Students in the First Year of Study,” “Psychology Oncology”, “Evaluation of Cancer Management” and its related study “A Prospective and Concurrent Study of Spouse Bereavement” in addition to “Breast Self-Examination Study”.

The last five series (10-14) contains the various awards and honors she achieved during her career, including honorary degrees and life-time recognition awards; various personal and professional photographs; audio cassette tapes and other audio/visual materials; lecture slides; and lastly some memorabilia.

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, Project Archivist

Access Restrictions

This collection is open to the public unless noted otherwise at the request of the Donor or to protect individual personal information. Note that Series 4 Research Studies Files is restricted to researchers as to protect personal identifiable information. For more information or to access these files, please contact the Center with your specific research request and/or inquiry.

Use Restrictions

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

Processing Information note

This collection was partially processed in 2000 and generated a finding aid with box and folder numbers. In 2013 the collection was fully processed and incorporated the 2000 folders into the final arrangement. The incorporated folders remain largely together within their respective series. However, the original finding aid box order is no longer relevant. Given researcher access to the previous processed section, changes and interfiling of specific folders was documented. Please ask the Center staff for questions regarding the old order.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Faculty papers
  • Personal papers
Occupation(s)
  • Nurse
  • Nursing schools--Faculty
Personal Name(s)
  • Benoliel, Jeanne Quint, 1956-2006
Subject(s)
  • Chronic Disease
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Palliative care

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Collection Inventory

Series 1.  Biographical and Personal Information, 1919-2012.

Scope and Contents note

This section provides a glimpse into Dr. Benoliel’s profession life through her curriculum vitaes and biographical sketches she created during her lifetime as well as insight into her personal relationships. Personal documents include early yearbooks, correspondence with family and friends as well as her passports. This series also contains the baby book her mother maintained during her early development as well as grade and high school achievements and photographs.

Additional personal insights can be found in Series 5 and Series 9 through her travel journals. These handwritten books largely explore trips and other professional events but also contain personal moments, including the illness of her husband, Robert, in 1994. Additionally, for insight into her army memories please consult Series 9, Correspondence with Beth Norman

Box Folder

Obituaries, Jan 2012.

1

Curriculum Vitae, 1934-1993.

1 1

Curriculum Vitae, 1969-1998.

1 2

Biographical Data, 1969-1970.

1 3

Biographical Data, 1969-1970.

1 4

Curriculum Vitae, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1982, 1989.

1 5

Curriculum Vitae, 1984, 1986, 1990.

1 6

Curriculum Vitae, 2004.

1 7

Curriculum Vitae Materials, 1990-1996.

1 8

Biographical Sketches, c. 1980-2000.

1 9

Personal History from “Building a Legacy”, c. 1994.

1 10

Publications Listing, Books, Monographs and Reports, 1956-1998.

1 11
Flatbox Folder

Baby Book Kept by Mother, 1919- c. 1937.

84 1
Box Folder

Passports, c. 1971-c. 1996.

1 12

Marriage Service to Wilson Sherrill (1st husband), Sept 24, 1949.

1 13

Family Papers.

2 1

Marriage to Robert Benoliel, Feb 14, 1970, Jan-June 1970.

2 2

License and Robert Benoliel’s Birth Certificate.

2 3

Hartman Death Journal, Jan-Oct 1965 .

2 4

Copy of Hartman Death Journal, Jan-Oct 1965.

2 5

Follow up on Hartman’s Death, 1965, 1965, 1999-2002 .

2 6

San Diego High School Alumni Directory Class of 1937.

2 7

Yearbook “The Gray Castle” San Diego High School, June 1937.

2 8

Lifetime Membership, 2000-2001.

2 9

Florence Wald, 1966-1998.

2 10

Personal Communications, 1974-1989.

2 11

Memorial Service Dorothy Martin (WICHEN) colleague who died in airplane), Jan 1975.

2 12

Correspondence with Phyllis Moore (friend in the Army met 1943), Dec 1987-Dec 1988, Dec 1983.

2 13

Correspondence, 1965-2003.

2 14

Correspondence, 1980-2007.

3 1

Correspondence with Diana Mason (Rutgers), Sept 1998.

3 2

Correspondence with Beth Norman (Colleague from Rutgers 1990-1992), June-Dec 2001.

3 3

Correspondence with Julie Bucher (Transition Service Student), Feb 2001-Feb 2002.

3 4

Correspondence with Dianna Quint (sister), Mar 1975-Jan 2001.

3 5

Correspondence, Dec 2002-Aug 2003, Jan 2005.

3 6

Memorial Day- Clipping on JQB’s Military Service, May 2007.

3 7

Articles of Interest.

3 8

News Articles of Interest to JQB- John F. Kennedy Assassination and Moon Landing, 1964.

3 9

Articles of Interest to JQB, 1959, 1967-1970.

3 10

Articles of Interest to JQB, 1967-1969.

3 11

Stories JQB Liked.

3 12

Cartoons, Humor.

3 13

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Series 2.  Nurse Training and Employment, late 1930s-early 1960s.

Scope and Contents note

This series focuses on Dr. Benoliel’s early career including her nursing training, her years in the Army during World War II as well her positions after the war before joining the University of California faculty and starting her academic career. Documents include yearbooks, her military files, correspondence received during the war, course notes and graduation notes and certificates.

Box Folder

Military Personnel File, 1943-1945.

3 14

Military Personnel File, legal size, 1943-1945.

82 1

Correspondence received during WWII, c. Jan 1949.

3 15

WWII Service File, 2nd Lt., 1943-1945.

3 16

WWII Service File, 2nd Lt., legal size, 1943-1945.

82 2

WWII Service File, 1st Lt., legal size, May-June 1948.

82 3

Veterans Affairs Certificate of Eligibility, May 7, 1964.

3 17

San Diego Junior High and High School Graduations, 1933, 1937.

4 1

UCLA Materials, c. 1960-1969.

4 2

ULCA Master’s Degree Diploma, June 1955.

4 3

St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nursing Diploma, Sept 1941.

4 4

Oregon State College Bachelor of Science Diploma, June 1948.

4 5

ULCA Commencement, June 1969.

4 6

California Board of Nurses Certification, Oct 1941.

4 7

Nursing Credits- St. Luke’s, April 1947.

4 8

Class Paper “Effects of Lung Distention on Arterial Blood Pressure”, Physiology 101.

4 9

Course Notes and Papers, Fall 1960-Spring 1961.

4 10

San Diego High School Class of 1937 Reunions, 1992-2003 .

4 11

ULCA Class of 1960 Memories, c. 2000.

4 12

UCSF First Doctoral Reunion, June 1999.

4 13

Fresno General Hospital Class of 1951 Stories, c. Nov 2005.

4 14

UCLA School of Nursing 50th Class Reunion April 2007, includes DVD of photos, May 2005, April 2007 .

4 15

Year book, St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nursing, San Francisco CA, 1941.

4 16

Year book “Cap and Pin” School of Nursing of the Fresno County General Hospital, including reunion correspondence, 1951, 1985.

4 17

Year book “Cap and Pin” School of Nursing of the Fresno County General Hospital, 1952.

5 1

Year book “Cap and Pin” School of Nursing of the Fresno County General Hospital, 1953.

5 2

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Series 3.  Early Academic Career, c. 1962-1970.

Scope and Contents note

Items found within this section documents Jeanne Quint Benoliel’s academic career. This does not include her many research projects (please see Series 4, 5, and 9) but rather her course notes, yearbooks and reunion information from her class or the classes she taught while at St. Luke’s Hospital and Fresno County General Hospital. Documents also include correspondence and reports gathered during her tenure at the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) and at Los Angeles (UCLA).

Box Folder

Appointments to UCLA, 1952-1967.

5 3

UCLA Class Notes, Sept 1959-Jan 1960.

5 4

Correspondence- Papers, Nov 1962-Aug 1967.

5 5

Nursing Practice Act, California, 1951.

5 6

UCSF History of U.C. Training School for Nurses, July 1963.

5 7

UCSF Proposal for Doctoral of Nursing Science, Dec 1963-Mar 1964.

5 8

Correspondence – UCSF, 1964-1965.

5 9

University of San Francisco Correspondence, 1968 – 1970.

5 10

UCLA Transcript, 1961.

5 11

Class- Soc. 249 at University of California, 1968.

5 12

UCLA Alumni Association, 1968-1970.

5 13

Report of the Fact Finding Panel for California Nurses’ Association and the Bay Area Hospitals Negotiating Committee, Nov 1966, Nov 1966-Oct 1967.

5 14

Publications and Newsletters: California’s Health and California Mental Health Progress, and general items, 1955, 1964-1969.

5 15

Student- Betty Jo Hadley, 1966.

6 1

Lulu Wolf Hassenplug- Biography (very important influence on JQB), c. 1999.

6 2

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Series 4.  Research Studies Files, 1961-1970. Restricted.

Conditions Governing Access note

Due to privacy concerns, these files are closed to public. To access these files please see the Center staff about your research needs.

Scope and Contents note

This section contains the various documents created during the research projects Dr. Benoliel was a part of during her time at the University of California. This includes the project on chronic disease in adolescence that led to her dissertation “Becoming Diabetic: A Study of Emerging Identity.” Documents within the subseries can include the original grant, correspondence, field notes, personal observations, original interviews, paper and publications, and other materials generated during the course of the project.

Series 4.1.  “Exploratory Investigation of Process of Adjustment Following Mastectomy” (hereafter Mastectomy Study) from National Institute of Mental Health, US Public Health Service #m-5495,, 1961-1963 .

Scope and Contents note

This section is the first of several research grants Dr. Benoliel was associated with. The Mastectomy study was conducted by Lulu Wolf and JQB at UCLA and used patients at UCLA Medical Center where Benoliel worked part-time as a nurse. This study explored the adjustment women faced after a radical mastectomy with the loss of a breast, the symbol of femininity, the invasion of cancer and the treatment for it, and the disfigurement of the body and psyche and its effect on everyday life. The team investigated the process of adjustment of patients during their hospital stay and through the first year of postop. Interviews were conducted by JQB or her research assistant (primarily Lucille Agee and Marilyn Howe, amongst others) in participants’ home to gather data, which was used alongside doctor, surgeon, and family interviews, and investigator observations. Interviews with patients explored how the tumor was discovered, fear of pain pre and post-surgery, appetite and mood changes, clothing choices, preferences and coping with the loss of a breast, thoughts on their personal appearance, commentary on hospital stay and nurse/doctor interactions, and what the patients have learned before surgery compared to the reality of it. The team also inquired about patients’ depression, social activities and personal relationships between family, friends, and husbands, the scar and their coping or acceptance (or lack thereof) it. Also included in this series are preliminary interviews done with patients who ultimately had only biopsies or declined being in the study.

Fieldnotes are also included in this series. Those documents focus on the team member's personal observations on the patient, the family, the interviews in general, and the on goings of the project.

Due to privacy concerns, these files are closed to public. To access these files please see the Center staff about your research needs.

Box Folder

Mastectomy, Original Proposal “An Exploratory Investigation of the Process of Adjustment Following Radical Mastectomy” DHEW, Public Health Service, National Institute of Health, includes correspondence, Feb 1961 .

6 3

Mastectomy Abstract, Dec 1989.

6 4

Mastectomy preliminary work, 1960.

6 5

Mastectomy preliminary work papers, 1960-1961.

6 6

References- mastectomy study, 1960.

6 7

Final Report-Mastectomy Study, August 1963.

6 8

Correspondence incoming and outgoing, 1962-1963.

6 9

Correspondence incoming and outgoing (University of California, Los Angeles, California), 1962-1964.

6 10

Correspondence incoming and outgoing, legal size, 1962-1967.

82 4

Correspondence, 1962-1967.

6 11
Primary Interviews.
Box Folder

Abdo, Feb-May 1962.

6 12

Abdo, Aug 1962-Mar 1963.

6 13

Burgwald, Nov 1961-Jan 1962.

7 1

Burgwald, Jan-June 1962.

7 2

Burgwald, Nov 1962-Mar 1963.

7 3

Catrone, Jan-May 1962.

7 4

Catrone, Aug-Dec 1962.

7 5

Chicovoski, Jan-Aug 1962.

7 6

Chicovoski, Nov-Dec 1976.

7 7

Ford, May 1962-Mar 1963.

7 8

McEwen, Mar 1962-June 1963.

8 1

Myers, Jan-Dec 1962.

8 2

Norton, Nov-Dec 1961.

8 3

Norton, Jan-Dec 1962.

8 4

Pritchard, May 1962-Mar 1963.

8 5

Ransom, Nov 1961-Dec 1962.

8 6

Romer, May-Dec 1962.

8 7

Romer, Sept 1962-Mar 1963.

8 8

Rundell, May 1962-Mar 1963.

9 1

Schmidt, Mar-June 1962.

9 2

Schmidt, Sept 1962-Mar 1963.

9 3

Sharkoff, Feb 1962-Jan 1963.

9 4

Sharkoff, Oct 1962.

9 5

Shelby, Nov 1961-Feb 1962.

9 6

Shelby, Mar-Oct 1962.

9 7

Shrock, Feb 1962-Mar 1963.

9 8

Silverstein, Feb 1962-Feb 1963.

9 9

Skroopka, Nov 1962-Feb 1963.

10 1

Sosa, April 1962-Feb 1963.

10 2

Sosa, April 1962-Feb 1963.

10 3

Williams, Feb 1962-Jan 1963.

10 4

Williams, June 1963 .

10 5

Winsell, Dec 1961-Feb 1962.

10 6

Winsell, Feb-Dec 1962.

10 7
Biopsies Interviews.
General note

These subjects had breast biopsies but not mastectomies.

Box Folder

Bearden, Oct 1961.

10 8

Brandkamp, May 1962.

10 9

Caledrone, Jan 1962.

10 10

Dobkins, April 1962.

10 11

Elder, April 1962.

10 12

Evans, Jan 1962.

10 13

Franklin, Oct 1961.

10 14

Gordon, April 1962.

11 1

Henkin, July 1961.

11 2

Jameison, Nov 1961.

11 3

Jergens, May 1962.

11 4

Kloer, Jan 1962.

11 5

Lockhart, Dec 1961.

11 6

Madison, Jan 1962.

11 7

McKinney, Feb 1962.

11 8

Middleton, Mar 1962.

11 9

Minkin, Mar 1962.

11 10

Moler, April 1962.

11 11

Polizzi, June 1962.

11 12

Rechteger, May 1962.

11 13

Rogers, Jan 1962.

11 14

Rosen, May 1962.

11 15

Rossine, Feb 1962.

11 16

Sheehan, April 1962.

11 17

Sherman, Mar 1962.

11 18

Silver, Mar 1962.

11 19

Stromsoe, Nov 1961.

11 20

Tucker, Feb 1962.

11 21
Box Folder

Primary Subjects Social Status and Other Information, Feb 1963 .

11 22
Secondary Subjects.
Box Folder

The Mazarins, Husband and Wife, Interviews, June 1963 .

11 23

The Willaims, Husband and Wife, Interviews, Aug 1963.

11 24

The Lucree, Husband and Wife, Interviews, Aug 1963.

11 25

Interviews with Rose Segal and Agee by JQB, 1963.

11 26

Montgomery Interview, Mar 1963 .

11 27

Barbara L. Interview, Dec 1962-Mar 1963 .

11 28

Dr. Lebit Interview, June 1963.

11 29
Box Folder

Interview Guide, Surgeons.

11 30

Medical Doctors Interviews.

11 31

Graduate Student Interviews RE: Mastectomy, April-June 1963.

11 32

Memos- Writing, Feb-June 1963.

11 33

Memos- Research Problem, Oct 1962.

11 34

Admissions to 4 West, 1961-1962.

11 34

Operating Room Schedule, 1961-1962.

11 36

Admission Information.

11 37

JQB and Mary Swartz Chat About Lucree and Williams Interviews, Aug 1963.

12 1

Mastectomy analysis notes, 1962.

12 2

Mastectomy observation notes, surgical residents (1-22 ), April 1962.

12 3

Mastectomy observation notes, surgical residents (23- 43), April 1962.

12 4

Mastectomy observation notes, surgical residents (44-57), May 1962.

12 5

Data 4- West Surgical Service, 1961-1962.

12 6

Data 4- West Surgical Service, legal size, 1961-1962.

82 5

Observation 4- West (1-20 ), April- May 1962.

12 7

Observation 4- West (21-42), April-May 1962.

12 8

Observation and interviews 4 West, November 1962.

12 9

Observation notes, Radiation Outpatient Department, 1962.

12 10

Observation notes, Surgical Outpatient Department, 1962.

12 11

Financial screening, 1961-1962.

12 12

Interview schedules including correspondence, 1962-1963.

12 13

Medical Doctors interviews, trial cases, 1962.

12 14

Analysis notes, 1963-1964.

12 15

Mastectomy notes including conference notes and memo, 1961-1962.

12 16

Comments about mastectomy, 1962.

13 1

Radical mastectomy analysis, cancer notes, 1961-1962.

13 2

Medical Center memorandums, 1963.

13 3

Memorandums and notes, 1963-1965.

13 4

Jeanne Quint Benoliel comments, review subjects records, 1962-1963.

13 5

Interpersonal relations 4- West, 1961.

13 6

Loss of body parts notes, 1963-1964.

13 7

Social status estimates subject, no date.

13 8

Interviews Jeanne Hallburg and Marilyn Howe, RE: Mastectomy, May-June 1963, Feb 1964.

13 9

Field Notes, Jan-April 1963.

13 10

Series 4.2.  “Hospital Personnel, Nursing Care and Dying Patients” (hereafter Dying Patient), from Public Health Services, University of California Medical Center-San Francisco, with Anselm Strauss and Barney Glaser, National Institutes of Health Grant NU-0047, GM-09077,, Sept 1961-Dec 1963 .

Scope and Contents note

This section of the collection contains the records related to the Dying Patient study conducted by Anselm Strauss, an American sociologist, internationally known as a medical sociologist (especially for his pioneering attention to chronic illness and dying), along with Barney Glaser, the co-developer of grounded theory, an innovative method of qualitative analysis widely used in sociology, nursing, education, social work, and organizational studies, and Benoliel as an associated investigator (then Jeanne C. Quint) in 1962 after finish her Mastectomy study. The research interviews and field observations were conducted between 1961 and 1963, with a grant renewal in 1964 for three years to focus on analyzing the data and writing reports and data for publications. The study explored the nature of dying in hospitals, focusing on nursing care, as terminal care in hospitals “border on being virtually non-existent.” A sub-study of student nurses’ encounters with dying patients was carried out largely through intensive interviews with students and faculty at 3 different types of nursing schools.

JQB’s notes are quite broad, ranging from her own experience as a nurse; observations of social world of nurses on the hospital floor; extreme conscious of the “hierarchy system” of relationships between doctors and nurses, and senior nurses and instructors vis a vis the student nurses, amongst other personal notes on being the outsider on the research team. Other documents include, original interviews, data, reports, conference papers and other publications.

Due to privacy concerns, these files are closed to public. To access these files please see the Center staff about your research needs.

Box Folder

Grant Summary Report and Articles, Jan 1964.

13 11

Grant Report of Study- Renewal, Jan 1964.

13 12

Field notes and Interviews of Different Wards, 1960-1965.

13 13

Interviews with Gene Warechter and Marilyn Howe, Oct 1963-Aug 1964.

13 14

Field notes Private Duty Nurses and Death, Spring 1963-Jan 1987.

14 1

General Memos, Strauss, 1962-1963.

14 2

Field notes Esther Blanc, Feb 1963.

14 3

Memos, Strauss, JQB, Glaser, 1962.

14 4

Memos: JQB Personal Reactions, Dec 1962-Mar 1962.

14 5

JQB Notes on Death, Sept 1962-May 1963.

14 6

Field notes Patient Suicide, Ruth Fleshman, Strauss, 1963.

14 7

Field notes Suicide, Nov 1962.

14 8

Schools- Medicine and Nursing, 1961-1964.

14 9

Professional Nursing Responsibility, 1962-1964.

14 10

Interviews with Students, Nov 1962.

14 11

Notes and Interviews with Students, Nov-Dec 1962.

14 12

Interviews Sue Vartan, Dec 1962-Oct 1963.

14 13

Reprints of Articles, 1964-1968.

14 14

Interviews with Students, Oct 1962.

14 15

Field notes, Dec 1962-April 1963.

14 16

Field notes with Teachers and Curriculum U.C., Nov 1962-Mar 1963, July 1964.

14 17

Interviews at St. Francis Hospital, Jan-May 1963.

15 1

Interviews at St. Joseph Hospital, Jan-April 1963.

15 2

Interviews at St. Luke’s Hospital, Jan-April 1963.

15 3

Interviews Highland Hospital, April 1963.

15 4

Pat Prescott, Marion Weeks Interviews (U.C. Students), Mar-Oct 1963.

15 5

Interviews Young Staff Nurses, Oct-Nov 1962, July 1964.

15 6

Memos: Student Incidents, Sept 1963-Jan 1964.

15 7

Memos and Interviews St. Luke’s, Jan-Feb 1963, May 1965.

15 8

Memos and Interviews St. Luke’s, Feb-May 1963, May 1965.

15 9

Post Graduate U.C. Students Interviews, July 1964.

15 10

Information on 5 Schools of Nursing, 1965.

15 11

Memos and Notes on Students, 1962-1965.

15 12

Teacher Interviews, 1964-1965.

16 1

References and Questions for Book.

16 2

Field notes on Being a Minority Member of the Project, 1963-1964.

16 3

Memos: Students and Death, 1963-1966.

16 4

Patients’ View on Death, May 1963-Feb 1967.

16 5

Notes on Book “Nurse and Dying Patient”, 1966.

16 6

Nurses, Death and Curriculum, 1965-1966.

16 7

Teacher and Death Interviews, April 1963-Aug 1964.

16 8

Analysis, Students and Death Talk, Oct 1963-Jan 1965.

16 9

Notes, Interviews, Memos: Graduate Students, Nov 1962-May 1963.

16 10

Interviews, Special Duty Nurses, May 1963.

16 11

Death Consultation with Head Nurses, Nov 1967-Jan 1968.

16 12

Notes, Clippings on Death in America, 1961-1965.

17 1

Notes on Personal Experiences with Death 1961, Mar 1963-Dec 1964, 1966.

17 2

Field Notes: Abortion, Dec 1962.

17 3

Field Notes, Memos, and Paper, May-June 1963.

17 4

Interviews, Oct 1964.

17 5

Interviews/Notes with June Slavkin, Oct-April 1963-1965.

17 6

Notes: Nurses and Death “Problems” and Student Responses, April 1967-Jan 1968.

17 7

Death Instructions, 1965-1966.

17 8

Script for Lost Film “The Nurse and Grieving Process”.

17 9

“Death” Clippings and Letters, 1966-1970.

17 10

Nurses and Death/Dying Articles, 1967, 1971.

17 11

Series 4.3.  “Terminal Illness, Family Adaptation, and Medical and Nursing Care” (hereafter Chronic Disease in Adolescence),, Nov 1964-1969 . see word doc for ok folders.

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains the materials related to the Chronic Disease in Adolescence. This grant project (also contains other grant proposals related to the overall investigation in children and disease) eventually became part of Benoliel’s dissertation on diabetes. The diabetes project questioned: “How do people actually go about living with chronic diseases, especially individuals with limited financial resources living in an urban area? How do these people fit in and make use of the city’s system of health facilities—both private and public?” This study concerned itself with several variables including: effect of living arrangements on management of disease; types of medical management required by the disease process; more diffuse medical management; effect of the disease on previous ways of living: treatments causing person to make drastic changes in social life, jobs, etc.

Chronic disease in adolescence projects explores the family dynamics when a child has a chronic condition. “When a young person is found to have an illness, the doctor usually prescribes regular treatments or special routines to be carried out at home. This project is aimed at understanding how the person and his family fit the doctor’s recommendations into their own daily routines of living. From this study it is hoped to obtain information which doctors and nurses can use in helping other young people in similar circumstances. You are being asked to participate in this project and to sign the attached consent form. …To obtain a family picture of the effects of illness at home, the investigator needs to talk informally and separately with each member of the household. Each interview is considered confidential, and the information obtained would not be shared with other members of the family.” This project was carried out through fieldwork and intensive interviewing. Anthropological style fieldwork which is a combination of intensive observation along with informal but directed interviewing. Fieldwork supplemented by formal, focused interviewing, by questionnaire. As a result, this section contains numerous field notes and formal interviews as well correspondence and papers, including her dissertation. The folders in this section largely remain in the original order created by Dr. Benoliel.

Due to privacy concerns, these files are closed to public. To access these files please see the Center staff about your research needs.

Box Folder

Original Proposal and Letters, Chronic Disease in Adolescence “Social Consequences of Chronic Disease in Adolescence” DHEW, Public Health Service, 1967-1968.

17 12

Chronic, Doctoral Study, Progress and Correspondence, 1968- 1969 .

17 13

Paper – Developing Diabetic Identity: Family Influence, based on dissertation, 1969.

17 14

Paper, “Making Contact: The Influence of Social and Spiritual Arrangements” in Sociology, Spring 1968.

17 15

Dissertation, “Becoming Diabetic: A Study of Emerging Identity” (Jeanne C. Quint) pg 1-139, 1969.

17 16

Dissertation, “Becoming Diabetic: A Study of Emerging Identity” (Jeanne C. Quint) pg 140-323, 1969.

17 17

Dissertation Principal Subject Interview Guide, June 1968.

17 18

Dissertation Parent Interview Guide, June 1968.

18 1

Dissertation Sibling Interview Guide, June 1968.

18 2

Dissertation Face Sheet Form.

18 3

Fellowship (1F4-NU-10, 227) Correspondence, Jan 1967-June 1969 .

18 4

Methodology Development of Adolescence Study, 1968-1969.

18 5

Chronic Disease in Adolescence Preliminary Notes, Nov 1964-June 1966.

18 6

Chronic Disease Memos, Oct-Dec 1966.

18 7

Memos: Chronic Disease, 1966-1967.

18 8

Instruments, Feb 1967.

18 9

Diabetes "Social Consequences of Chronic Illness in Adolescence" Research Outline and Notes, 1967.

18 10

Diabetes Organization Correspondence and Field Notes, Mar, Oct-Dec 1968.

18 11
Field Notes and Interviews.
Box Folder

Paulsen Family, Oct 1968-Jan 1969.

18 12

Labodie Family, Feb 1968-Jan 1969.

18 13

Driscoll Family, Oct 1968-Jan 1969.

18 14

Fomin Family, Oct 1968-Jan 1969.

18 15

Rifkin Family, May-July 1968.

18 16

McCarthy Family, Jan-July 1968.

19 1

Chamberlain Family, April 1968.

19 2

Jensen Family, June-July 1968.

19 3

Hogan Family, Nov 1968.

19 4

Morris Family, Jan-Oct 1968.

19 5

Adolescence Study- Complete Interviews, 1967-1968.

19 6

Allergies, Nov-Dec 1966.

19 7

Field Notes: Allergies, Nov 1966-Feb 1968.

19 8

Field Notes: Cystic Fibrosis, Aug 1966-Nov 1967.

19 9

Field Notes and “Death” Consultation, Oct 1967-Jan 1968.

19 10

Field Notes, Oct 1966-April 1967 .

19 11

Field Notes Asthma Hospital Denver, CARIH, 1967.

19 12

Field Notes Diabetes Mellitus, includes paper, Oct-Nov 1966.

20 1

Interviews, Notes- Adults with Diabetes, 1968-1969.

20 2

Diabetic Field Notes, Feb-April 1968.

20 3

Diabetic Field Notes, Oct-Nov 1968.

20 4

Diabetic Field Notes, Jan 1969.

20 5

Diabetes Youth Foundation Bearskin Meadows, 1966-1968.

20 6

Bearskin Meadows Field Notes, 1967.

20 7

Dissertation Field Notes, July 1967.

20 8

Memos- Diabetes Analysis, Jan-Nov 1968 .

20 9

Analytic Profiles- Principle Subjects, c. 1968.

20 10

Memos- Diabetes Analysis, 1969.

20 11

Analytic Profiles- Diabetic Families, c. 1968.

21 1

Series 4.4.  General Research Studies, 1961-1970.

Box Folder

Correspondence with Dorothy M. Smith, Dean at University of FL, Nov 1964-Feb 1966.

21 2

Cancer Study Sent by Kay Norris, “A Study on the Nurses Concept of Death”, Oct 1967.

21 3

UCSF Medical Center Physical Therapy Study, Dec 1966-Feb 1967.

21 4

“Nursing: A Space Age Needed” paper ‘Hidden Barriers in Effective Care” UCSF, 1965.

21 5

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Series 5.  University of Washington Faculty Files, 1970-1980.

Scope and Contents note

Divided into two subseries, this section focuses on the work Dr. Benoliel performed while at the University of Washington before her retirement from the institution in 1980. Within the first subgrouping is her yearly activity reports, correspondence, and other professional activities. The larger subseries focuses on the research projects conducted during her tenure, as primary, co-leader, or secondary role on the project. Documents within each grant project may include the original grants, grant renewals and reports, correspondence, interviews and data, as well as papers and publications based on the project.

(For documents created post-retirement while still at the University of Washington please see Series 9. That includes other research projects she was affiliated with).

Series 5.1.  Academic Activity Files, 1971-1990.

Series 5.1-1.  Correspondence.
Box Folder

Correspondence, 1970-1971.

21 6

Correspondence, 1971-1972.

21 7

Personal and Professional Correspondence, Feb 1970- Dec 1972.

21 8

Correspondence (1 of 2), 1972-1973.

22 1

Correspondence (2 of 2), 1972-1973 .

22 2

Correspondence – Ana Earle, Oct 1973-Feb 1974.

22 3

Correspondence, 1973-1974.

22 4

Correspondence, 1974-1975.

22 5

Correspondence (1 of 2), 1974-1975 .

22 6

Correspondence (2 of 2), 1974-1975 .

22 7

Correspondence (1 of 2), 1975-1976 .

22 8

Correspondence (2 of 2), 1975-1976 .

23 1

Correspondence (1 of 3), 1976-1977 .

23 2

Correspondence (2 of 3), 1976-1977 .

23 3

Correspondence (3 of 3), 1976-1977 .

23 4

Correspondence (1 of 2), 1977-1978 .

23 5

Correspondence (2 of 2), 1977-1978 .

23 6

Correspondence Shelly Tayer, 1977-1978.

23 7

Correspondence with Margarita M. Suarez, June-Aug 1978.

23 8

Correspondence, 1978-1979.

24 1

Correspondence, 1979-1980.

24 2
Series 5.1-2.  Activities.
Box Folder

Off-Campus Professional Activities, Jan 1969-Oct 1970.

24 3

Off-Campus Professional Activities, Oct 1979-Oct 1970.

24 4

Consultant- University of Wisconsin Clinical Specialist Project, Nov 1970-Mar 1971.

24 5

Course Description, 1970-1982.

24 6

Faculty Reports, 1970-1988.

25 1

Professional Activities in the News, 1970-1977.

25 2

References and Promotions, 1972-1976.

25 3

Teaching at Tel-Aviv University, April-June, Aug 1972.

25 4

Teaching at Tel-Aviv University, legal size, April-June, Aug 1972.

82 6

Personal Journal, Israel Trip, 1972.

25 5

Legislation, Nursing Practice Act (Washington), Feb-April 1973.

25 6

Legislation, Nursing Practice Act (Washington), legal size, Feb-April 1973.

82 7

Personal Journal, Japan, 1975.

25 7

Personal Journal, Jerusalem, June 1975.

25 8

Japan Trip- Goodbye Card.

25 9

McGill University Consultant, Aug-Nov 1976.

25 10

Testimony “Natural Death Act” Washington, Mar 1977.

25 11

Testimony “Natural Death Act” Washington, legal size, Mar 1977.

82 8

SIDS/Nursing Guidelines Task Force, July 1976-Aug 1977.

25 12

Professional Activities Health Resources Administrations Nursing Research and Education Advisory Committee, 1977-1979 .

26 1

Consultant- Qualitative Methods, University of Illinois, May-July 1978.

26 2

Series 5.2.  Research Grant Files.

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains the materials generated during the research grant projects Dr. Benoliel was associated with. Each grant project is a subgroup, with documents ranging from grant applications to correspondence to fieldnotes to final reports.

Note, the grant projects included here are only for her tenure at the University of Washington (c. 1970-1980). Any project before 1970, see Series 4. Research Studies Files, and any project post retirement in 1980, see Series 9. Emeritus Files.

Series 5.2-1.  "Care-Cure Problem: Dying in Teaching Hospitals" (hereafter Care/Cure), supported by a grant from the Division of Nursing, DHEW Grant # M11463,, 1973-1977.
Scope and Contents note

The Care-Cure project, that Benoliel was the principal investigator on, was a retrospective analysis of patients’ records for the purpose of describing, classifying, and comparing patterns of dying in teaching hospitals for 3 periods of time: 1960-61; 1965-66; 1970-71. The data used were on descriptive variables of time, place, person, and cause of death to be transcribed from patients’ records on to special data collection forms and ultimately to IBM cards for computer processing and statistical analysis. It involved no direct patient contact but required consent forms granting access to patient records attached (signed by Executive Directors of hospitals participating in the study – Univ. of Washington, Harborview Medical Center (University Hospital); and Medical Director of Swedish Hospital Medical Center. The instruments utilized for collecting the prescribed sets of data from the records contain only the assigned study numbers to protect the privacy of the persons concerned.

The study explored the phenomenon that more people are dying in hospitals. Using the Glaser and Strauss model, the concept of dying trajectory – serves as a useful starting point for identifying the boundaries necessary to an examination of dying as an ordinary hospital event. Trajectory has 2 outstanding properties: duration (takes place over time); and shape – i.e., the picture created by the trajectory as it is plotted across the dimension of time.—i.e, rapid downward course; steady, regular movement downhill; vacillation; plateaus, etc. The definition of dying trajectory in each case begins with the patient’s actual death in the hospital, and the analysis if performed utilizing retrospective data from the patient’s chart and other hospital records.

Box Folder

Final Report (bound copy) 1977.

26 3

Human Subjects Approval for Study, 1974-1976.

26 4

Grant Proposal, 1972-1973 .

26 5

Renewal Application Year 2.

26 6

Renewal Application Year 3.

26 7

Renewal Application Year 4.

26 8

Grant Extension Request, 1977.

26 9

Proposal Development, 1972.

26 10

Classification of Death Records, 1973.

26 11

Pilot Study, Code Category Development Rough Drafts, 1973-1976.

26 12

Pilot Study, Code Development, 1973-1974.

26 13

Pilot Study, Code Lists and Instructions.

26 14

Pilot Study, Cause of Death and Complications, Feb-April 1974.

26 15

Pilot Study, Data Analysis, 1974-1975.

26 16

Pilot Study, Findings, Figures, Tables, Appendix, etc., c. 1975.

27 1

Main Population, Coding Form Development, 1974.

27 2

Main Population, Format, Codes, 1974.

27 3

Main Population, Record of Discrepancies, Nov 1974.

27 4

Main Population, Daily Data Codes/Keypunch instructions, Oct 1975-May 1976.

27 5

Main Population, Memos, Code Updates, Oct 1974-May 1976.

27 6

Main Population, Data Analysis.

27 7

Main Population, Code Lists and Instructions.

27 8

Main Population, Work Effort Codes.

27 9

Main Population, Daily Cost Estimates, April 1975-Feb 1976.

27 10

Main Population, Reliability Analysis, Dec 1977.

27 11

Analysis, 1% Sample Non-Dying Subjects.

27 12

Analysis, Trajectory Types.

27 13

Analysis, Use of CPR, July 1978.

27 14

Analysis, Comparison of Dying and Non-Dying.

27 15

Analysis, Comparison by Variable Sets, June 1978.

27 16

Analysis, Dying Days.

27 17

Analysis, Reliabilities, 1975-1977.

27 18

Correspondence, 1972-1977.

28 1

Memos, 1972-1978.

28 2

Personal Correspondences and Notes, 1972-1977.

28 3

Care-Cure Codebook/Guidelines (1 of 2).

28 4

Care-Cure Codebook/Guidelines (2 of 2).

28 5

Care-Cure, Correspondence, 1972 – 1976.

28 6

“A Care/Cure Problem: Dying in Teaching Hospitals Final Report” unbound, 1977.

28 7

Data, 1976-1977.

28 8

Research Colloquia, May 24, 1974.

28 9

Transparencies.

29 1

Papers, “A Pilot Study of Recorded Patterns of Dying” Presented at ANA Council of Nurse Researchers, Kansas City, Missouri, Aug 15, 1974.

29 2

Papers “Social Characteristics of Death As a Recorded Hospital Event” Presented at Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE)’s Communicating Nursing Research, Phoenix AZ, May 8, 1975.

29 3

Graphs “Identifying the ‘Shape’ of the Institutional Dying Trajectory” Research Colloquium University of Washington, July 1975.

29 4

Paper “Prolonged and Non-Prolongation of Life” Presented at International Congress of Gerontology, Israel 1975.

29 5

Correspondence Regarding Papers, 1973-1976.

29 6

Papers, Various, Presented at American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C., Nov 16, 1976.

29 7

Correspondence Regarding American Anthropological Association Meeting, Jan-Nov 1976.

29 8

Discussant Comments Presented at American Anthropological Association, Nov 19, 1976.

29 9

Papers, Catherine McIntyre “Communication Patterns in 3 Teaching Hospitals” at Society for Applied Anthropology, Boston MA, Mar 16, 1974; and Subsequent Papers Mar 1974-Mar 1976.

29 10

Paper, Victoria Foedisch, “Dying Patterns of Women", Mar 1975.

29 11
Series 5.2-1.1.  “Likelihood of Death Study” DHEW, Div of Research Resources, General Research Support Grant # RR 05758, DHEW, Division of Research, derived from Care-Cure Project.
Box Folder

Development of Index.

29 12

Development of MD Letters and Human Subjects Review, May-June 1975.

29 13

MD Correspondence and Questionnaires.

29 14

Human Subjects Review.

29 15

Correspondence with Catherine McIntyre, Aug 1975-Jan 1976.

29 16

Implementation of MD Samples, April-Aug 1975.

29 17

Analysis.

29 18

Final Report, June 1976.

30 1
Series 5.2-2.  “Health Services Pre-Professional Training for Minorities” (hereafter Pre-Professional Training for Minorities), DHEW, Public Health Services Grant 5D18 MB and 10020-03, [also contains “Comparative Nursing Care System” (hereafter CNCS) which are intermingled in the original files], 1975-1978 .
Scope and Contents note

The Comparative Nursing Care System and the Training for Minorities folders remain in the original order that Dr. Benoliel created. They are intermingled and remain so as the two groups’ documents and content are closely related. All folders are labeled as they originally were by JQB.

Dr. Benoliel was Professor and Chairman of the Comparative Nursing Care Systems at that time and was the Training for Minorities program co-director and faculty sponsor. The Training for Minorities was a “program to prepare select minority students for health science professions”. Due to some minority students’ desire to work in the health sciences but not prepared for university science courses, additional staff was requested to aid them in study skills, tutoring, and counseling. In addition, there was more effort to expose the program to “health profession faculty, programs and clinics to increase the poll of qualified” students. The program focused on assisting students to obtain the study skills, knowledge about the various health science professions and career goals, and helping them cope with personal and academic problems. The rationale was that some minority students who meet the admission criteria have difficulty in academic classes and expectations, making it difficult for them to enter into the health profession.

Box Folder

CNCS Steering Committee, Aug 1975-June 1976.

30 2

CNCS Advisory Committee, Dec 1976-Jan 1978.

30 3

Minorities, Proposal for General and Interdisciplinary Studies Courses, Jan 1975.

30 4

CNCS Correspondence, May 1975-June 1976.

30 5

CNCS Budget, 1975-1976 .

30 6

CNCS Budget, 1976-1977 .

30 7

Minorities, Report, Dec 1978.

30 8

Minorities, 4 Year Summary Report of the Pre-Professional for Minority Students in the Health Sciences, Oct 1978.

30 9

Minorities, Budget, 1974-1978.

30 10

Minorities, Future Status of Program, April 1978.

30 11

Minorities, Grant Renewal Request, 1977-1978.

30 12

Minorities, Quarterly Reports for Director, Dec 1974, July 1975, Mar 1976, Aug 1977.

30 13

CNCS 1st Year Evaluation Report, 1974-1975, May 1976.

30 14

CNCS Curriculum, 1975-1976.

30 15

Minorities, 3rd year Evaluation of Students Enrolled in Biology 110, 111, 112, Fall 1981-Spring 1984, Aug 1984.

30 16

CNCS Course Materials GIS 140-1-2, Dec 1975.

30 17

Minorities, Correspondence RE: Grant Renewal and Program Expansion, Dec 1974-Aug 1975.

30 18

CNCS 2nd Year Evaluation, 1975-1976 Oct 1976.

30 19

CNCS Correspondence, 1975-1976.

30 20

CNCS Advisory Committee, Dec 1974-Dec 1976.

30 21

Minorities, Early Program correspondence, 1974-1980.

30 22

Committee on Minority Students Program, Jan 1976-July 1977.

31 1
Series 5.2-3.  Oncological Nurse Training Project Files, 1977-1984.
Scope and Contents note

This subgroup focuses on the materials generated during two grant programs that developed further the Oncology Transition Services between 1977 and 1984. The first grant sponsored the “Pre-Master’s Program” and very partially sponsored the second grant for “Children and Adults”. Transitional Services are person-centered services to assist patients with advance cancer or diseases to cope constructively with the physical and social dependencies imposed by the disease and the treatments as well as the changing life goals associated with the progression towards death. This service provided by professional nurses is to ease the patient and his/her family throughout the progression of the disease and the health care settings through continual care while protecting the patient’s right to decide on the path treatment. Documents include grants, reports, curriculum development, correspondences and other material generated during the grant.

Box Folder

Ontological Nurse Training Grant “Oncology Transition Services” Division Research Grants, NIH, Feb 1976 .

31 2

Ontological Nurse Training Transition Services Videotape Series Workbook, 1976.

31 3

Transition Services Instrument Development, Dec 1976-Oct 1977.

31 4

Methods/Instruments, 1976 . SSN JQB.

31 5

Transition Services Personal Log, Jan-Mar 1973.

31 6

Transition Services Papers and Publications, Management By Professional Systems on Dying, 1964-1976.

31 7

Transition Services Abstracts and Student Thesis.

31 8

Presentation at the 17th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Education, Minneapolis MN, Nov 16-19, 1983.

31 9

Oncology Transition Services Student Alumnus, 1985-1990, 1998.

31 10
Series 5.2-3.1.  “Pre-Master’s Program in Oncology Transition Services (hereafter T.S. Pre-Masters), DHEW #1 D23 NU00086,, Sept 1977-Sept 1980 .
Scope and Contents note

The purpose of the “Pre-Master’s Program” was to expand the Master’s Degree Programs by developing, implementing, and evaluating a new pathway to the MA program. In doing so, the team created ten videotapes showing key elements of Oncology Transition Services for teaching and learning and later evaluate their success and the possibility of offering the program to a class larger than ten students. The team devised the course and through weekly meetings evaluated the progress of the course, teachers, and students as well as created a recruitment plan for the future. Materials within this subgroup include weekly activity reports, curriculum courses, videotape materials and official reports.

Box Folder

Original Grant Proposal.

31 11

Weekly Activity Reports Year 1, Oct 1977-Sept 1978.

31 12

Weekly Activity Reports Year 2, Oct 1978-Sept 1979.

32 1

Weekly Activity Reports Year 3, Oct 1979-Aug 1980.

32 2

Year 1, 1977 . EIN, JQB, McCorkle, Willington.

32 3

Year 2 Grant Award, 1978. EIN, Singer, Denton, etc..

32 4

Curriculum Courses and Program Plans, 1974-1978.

32 5

Comparative Nursing Care Services, Dec 1975-Jan 1976.

32 6

Grant Supplement Draft and C&A Final Report, 1977; c. 1984. EIN .

32 7

Final Report, c. 1980.

32 8

Transition Services Training Grant and Progress Report, 1980, Oct 1978; June 1979; June 1980.

33 1

Syllabi I, 1978 . SSN Moniz, JQB.

33 2

Syllabi II, 1978.

33 3

Video Tapes, Aug 1978-Sept 1979.

33 4

Video Tape Series Workbook, c. 1980.

33 5

Transition Services Videotape Series Correspondence, July-Oct 1989.

33 6
Series 5.2-3.2.  “Oncology Transition Services for Children and Adults” (hereafter T.S. C and A) 5 D23 NU00210,, c. 1980-1984 .
Scope and Contents note

“Oncology Transition Services for Children and Adults” was a project designed to expand the Master’s degree program to prepare professional nurses for leadership through a community-based service for children and adults with advanced, fatal diseases. This course pathway would replace a previous program in the second year of the grant. The new program was organized around 1) how to work with and care for advanced cancer patients and their families; 2) how to administer and manage community-based services for children and adults with advance cancer living at home; and 3) knowledge about death and dying as an influence on the human experience on the individual, family dynamics, communication, child-rearing, and the organization of terminal care services. This course was to teach nurses about clinical strategies for terminal care while learning the skills of care and facing the professional and personal effects of death and dying. Materials include original grants, enrollment, data and coding forms and analysis.

Box Folder

Original Grants, Advance Nursing Training, 1980-1983. EIN.

33 7

Final Report for Children and Adults N023 NU 00210, c. 1984.

33 8

Working Folder, 1981-1983.

33 9

Working Folder, legal size, 1981-1983.

82 9

List of Program Graduates, Feb 1982.

33 10

Original and Draft Proposal, 1980 . EIN, JQB, Rothenberg.

33 11

Consultants Special Presentation, 1982-1983.

34 1

Human Subjects Review Committee, Feb 1983.

34 2

Physician Assistant Enrollment, Feb 1982.

34 3

Attitude Analysis, Sept 1983-Feb 1984.

34 4

Cognitive Analysis, Aug 1983-Sept 1983.

34 5

Survey of Progress Cohort IV, c. 1982.

34 6

End of Program Interview Data and Coding Cohort IV, June 1982-Jan 1983.

34 7

End of Program Interview Data and Coding Chart V, Mar-Nov 1983.

34 8

End of Progress Questionnaire Cohort V Data and Coding, 1984.

34 9

Transition Services Course Objectives Data and Coding.

34 10

End of Program Data and Coding Cohort VI, May 1984.

34 11

Program Objectives Data and Coding.

34 12
Series 5.2-4.  Other Grants.
Box Folder

Proposal for “Loss, Bereavement and Coping Styles of Elderly Individuals”, 1979.

34 13

Draft Proposal for “Loss, Bereavement and Coping Styles of Elderly Individuals”, 1979.

34 14

Paper, “Psychological Effects of Cancer and Heart Disease”.

34 15

Article, “Factors Associated With Survival of Lung Cancer Patients” in American Journal of Public Health from grant CA 30456, NU00720-02.

34 16

General, Cancer Program Grant Information, Nov 1974-Jan 1976.

34 17

Unknown folder of evaluations, either Transition or Nursing Stress Projects.

34 18

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Series 6.  Professional Organizations.

Scope and Contents note

Though Dr. Benoliel was associated with numerous organizations, materials within this section are from organizations she chaired, was on the board, or an early and long lasting member of. This includes the American Nurses’ Association and its Council (later Commission) on Nursing Research, the International Working Group on Death, Dying, and Bereavement, and the Oncology Nursing Society, amongst others. Documents located here include the correspondence, meeting minutes, agendas, mailings, membership lists and requirements as well as conference materials produced while JBQ was an active member.

Dr. Benoliel’s travel journals have some written entries on IWG conferences, trips, or meetings. Please see series 9 (Emeritus) for those items.

Series 6.1.  American Academy of Nursing, 1975-1977, 1998-2003.

Box Folder

Governing Council of the Academy, 1975-1976.

35 1

Governing Council of the Academy, 1976-1977.

35 2

Reorganization and Mailings, Sept 1998-Aug 2003.

35 3

Series 6.2.  American Nurses' Association, 1970-2001.

Scope and Contents note

The ANA Council of Nurse Researcher and the Commission on Nursing Research, which Dr. Benoliel was a member of, was established to advance research activities and published issues in research, particularly focusing on promoting nursing practice and better patient care. In doing so, the ANA committed itself to support two sets of human rights: the rights of qualified nurses and the rights of all persons receiving health care services or involved in research studies that might impact the patient care by nurses. Documents in this subseries explore the correspondence, meeting minutes, agendas, and conference materials produced while JBQ was an active member of the group.

Box Folder

Correspondence (general information incoming and outgoing), 1972.

35 4

Correspondence, 1973-1975.

35 5
Series 6.2-1.  ANA, Council on Nurse Researchers, 1971-1978.
Box Folder

Correspondence, incoming and outgoing, 1971-1976.

35 6

Newsletter, 1974-1978.

35 7
Series 6.2-2.  ANA Commission on Nursing Research.
Box Folder

Correspondence, 1970.

35 8

Correspondence, Jan-May 1971.

35 9

Correspondence, June-Dec 1971.

35 10

Correspondence, 1972.

35 11

Correspondence, 1973.

36 1

Correspondence, 1974.

36 2

Correspondence, 1975.

36 3

Correspondence, 1976.

36 4

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., June 16-18, 1971.

36 5

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Oct 20-22, 1971.

36 6

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Oct 19-21, 1972.

36 7

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Aug 22-24, 1973.

36 8

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Dec 17-19, 1973.

36 9

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Mar 18-20, 1974.

36 10

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Sept 16-18, 1974.

36 11

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., April 9-11, 1975.

37 1

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., June 26-27, 1975.

37 2

Meeting Minutes, Agendas, etc., Nov 9-12, 1975.

37 3

Eighth Research Conference, Albuquerque NM, Mar 15-17, 1972.

37 4

Ninth Research Conference, San Antonio TX, March 21-23, 1973.

37 5

Commission Nursing Research and Advisory Committee for Nursing Research Conference, National Invitational Conference, Atlanta, GA,, March 7-9, 1971.

37 6

Conference, “Issues and Evaluation Research”, National Invitation Conference, Tucson, AZ., 1975.

37 7

Conference, “Issues and Evaluation Research”, National Invitation Conference, Tucson, AZ. Papers presented, 1975.

37 8

Conference, “Issues and Evaluation Research”, National Invitation Conference, Tucson, AZ. Papers presented, 1975.

37 9

Publication, Human Rights Guidelines for Nurses in Clinical and Other Research, American Nurses Association, 1975.

37 10

Convention Correspondence, San Francisco, California, June 10-14,1974.

37 11

Convention American Nurses Association Journal, San Francisco, California, legal size, June 10-14, 1974.

82 10

Convention News, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 7-9, 1976.

37 12

Convention Correspondence, brochures, and etc., Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1976.

38 1

ANA Human Rights Guidelines, 1974, 2001.

38 2

Series 6.3.  American Nurses' Foundation, 1970-1971.

Box Folder

Research Advisory Committee, 1970-1971.

38 3

Series 6.4.  American Cancer Society, 1966-1970.

Box Folder

Correspondence and Program Brochure, 1966-1969, 1973.

37 4

Nursing Educational Subcommittee, 1969-1970.

37 5

Series 6.5.  California Nurses’ Association, 1966.

Box Folder

California Nurses’ Association, 1966.

38 6

Series 6.6.  The Foundation of Thanatology, c. 1969/1970, Feb 1969-1975.

Box Folder

Including paper “Personalizing Institutional Care of the Dying”, c. 1969, Feb 1969-1975.

38 7

Series 6.7.  International Work Group on Death, Dying, and Bereavement, 1976-1989.

Scope and Contents note

This professional organization’s purpose was to aid in developing the field of death, dying and bereavement, with particular emphasis on working with people involved in death education as well as those involved with the health and care of the terminally ill, survivors and the bereaved. In addition, the IWG DDB sought to promote research and evaluation of those areas and other areas related to death, dying, and bereavement. This involved holding meetings, being an active catalyst in the development of the field, promoting and encouraging knowledge, and having an international perspective. Membership into the IWG was only extended to those who were leaders in their field through scholarship, practice or professional responsibility. Dr. Benoliel chaired the organization from 1982-1985. The subseries contain the minutes, correspondence, membership guidelines, and other activities by the organization. Also included are conference materials, correspondence, and other documents related to organizing the conference or travel arrangements.

Dr. Benoliel’s travel journals have some written entries on IWG conferences, trips, or meetings. Please see series 9 (Emeritus) for those items.

Box Folder

Binder of Papers as Chair ½, membership list, Correspondence In/Out, July 1982-June 1983.

38 8

Binder of Papers as Chair 2/2, Meeting and Board Meetings, Newsletter, Membership Info, July 1982-June 1983.

38 9

2nd Convocation Yale University, June 8-12, 1976.

38 10

Asilomar Conference, Jan 1981, Sept 1980-Feb 1981.

38 11

Correspondence RE: Conference, June 1982-Jan 1984.

39 1

Correspondence and Finances, April-June 1984.

39 2

History, Constitution and By-Laws, July 1979, June 1982, Jan 1986.

39 3

Membership Applications, 1983 .

39 4

International Hospice Conference, IWG, Stockholm Sweden, June 1982, Aug 1981-Oct 1982.

39 5

Correspondence China/Japan Conference Trip, Mar 1984-Nov 1985.

39 6

Correspondence China/Japan Conference Trip, Mar 1984-Nov 1985.

39 7

Correspondence and Newsletters, Feb 1984-Aug 1984.

39 8

Plans for Banff meeting, Feb 1984, April 1983-May 1984.

39 9

Policies RE: Use of IWG Work Products, June 1990.

39 10

Meeting in Oslo Norway, Jan 1989-Feb 1990.

39 11

Activities, 1991.

39 12

Conference Oslo Norway, June 14-17, 1990 April-Nov 1990.

39 13

“Assumptions and Principles of Care for Those Affected by Human Immunodeficiency Virus Disease” IWG, 1989-1991.

40 1

Maurice Marois, 1990.

40 2

Activity, 1989.

40 3

Conference Asilomar, 1988-Jan 1989.

40 4

Conference London, England (10th Conference), 1986.

40 5

Conference London, Ontario, 1986.

40 6

Newsletter, 1986-1987.

40 7

Membership, 1986.

40 8

Fiscal/Accounting Records China Trip, 1982-1985.

40 9

Mailings, 1997.

40 10

Vanderlyn Pine Correspondence, Mar-May 1997.

40 11

IWG DDB Committee on Violence, June-Oct 1995.

40 12

Mailings and updates (By-Laws), 1996.

40 13

Correspondence, 1995.

40 14

Correspondence, 1994.

40 15

Mailings, 1993.

41 1

IWG Correspondence, Sept 2002-April 2003.

41 2

25 Years, c. 1999.

41 3

Program-Sydney Australia, July 19-24, 1998.

41 4

“Breaking Cycles of Violence”, Mar 2004-April 2005.

41 5

Correspondence, Nov 2003-May 2004.

41 6

Correspondence, Mar-Sept 2002.

41 7

25 Years Conference, Boulder CO, Sept 1999.

41 8

Series 6.8.  Oncology Nursing Society, 1979-1980.

Box Folder

Distinguished Researcher Award, Jan-July 1983.

41 9

“Building a Legacy” Contribution of Personal History, Dec 1993-1995 .

41 10

Mailings, Oct 1978-Nov 1982, 1985.

41 11

Ethics Task Force, Dec 1982-June 1983.

41 12

Judy Johnson General Participant in Cancer Nursing History Project, Oct 1998-Nov 2000.

41 13

History Project, Oct-Nov 1986, Mar-April 1988.

41 14

Pugnet Sound Chapter “Ethics in Cancer Nursing”, Ethics Newsletter, May-Sept 1987.

41 15

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Series 7.  Conferences, Papers, and Courses Taught, 1960-2000.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the papers Dr. Benoliel presented during her career as well as any lecture materials or courses she taught. These documents may include programs, agendas, correspondence, the paper and previous drafts, as well as flight information. These folders are organized by date presented.

Box Folder

Conference, 6th Western Training Laboratory in Group Development, University of California, Lake Arrowhead CA, Aug 1957.

42 1

Correspondence General incoming and outing re: meetings, etc, 1960-1970.

42 2

Book reviews and letters to the editor, etc, 1962-1970.

42 3

Paper by Anselm L. Strauss, “Medical Organization, Medical Care and lower Income Groups”, c. 1963.

42 4

“Defensible Criteria and Tools for Assessing the Quality of Nursing Care: a Technical Discussion for Researchers”, American Nurses Association Convention, Detroit, Michigan, May 15, 1962.

42 5

“Surgery and the Effect on Body Image”, American College of Surgeons Sectional Meeting, Los Angeles, California, 1962.

42 6

Meetings and Conferences, etc. National and State Nursing Association, 1963-1965.

42 7

Consulting and teaching activities, University of San Francisco, California, correspondence, 1963-1969.

42 8

Presentation, “Death as a Psycho-Social Event in Hospitals” Nursing Care of the Dying Patient, at Veterans’ Administration Hospital, Shreveport, LA, May, 1964.

42 9

Conferences and consultation activities including correspondence and brochures, 1964- 1969 .

42 10

“Joint Planning of Physicians and Nurses in the Hospital and Home”, American Medical Association Convention, Symposium on Nursing, San Francisco, Correspondence, Dec 1963-May 1964.

42 11

Conference, Correspondence with presenter Rachel Ayers at City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, CA, June 1964.

42 12

Conference, Correspondence with presenter Rachel Ayers at City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, CA, Jan 1964-Jan 1965.

42 13

Paper, “The First Year After Mastectomy: The Patients and the Nurse Researchers”, ANA Convention, Atlantic City, NH, July-Oct 1964.

43 1

Course, N119 Death Lectures and Notes, 1964-1965.

43 2

Paper, “Awareness of Death and the Nurse’s Composure”, presented at the ANA Nursing Research Conference at Yale, April 1965.

43 3

Course, Physical Therapy, UCSF, Spring 1965- April, 1967.

43 4

ANA Correspondence, Feb-Sept 1965.

43 5

Course, Continuing Education, “The Nurse and the Dying Patient”, UCSF, Sept 1966, Jan-June 1967.

43 6

Paper, “The Social Context of Dying” presented at Gerontology Branch “Terminal Illness and Impending Death Among the Aged”, Washington, D.C., Mar, May 10-11, 1966.

43 7

Paper, “The Case for Theories Generated From Empirical Data”, presented at Western Reserve Univ. “Research-How Will Nursing Define It?”, Cleveland, OH, Mar 1966-Spring 1967.

43 8

Conference, ANA Committee on Research and Studies, Sept 1966- Jan 1968.

43 9

Conference, “Conference on Terminal Illness and Impending Death Among the Aged”, sponsored by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington D.C., May 10, 1966.

43 10

Conference, “Conference on Terminal Illness and Impending Death Among the Aged”, sponsored by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington D.C., May 11, 1966.

43 11

Presentation, “The Nurse as a Facilitator of Communication”, for School of Nursing Alumnae Day, University of Minnesota, May 17, 1967.

43 12

Presentation, “The Nurse Encounters the Dying Patient” for Death, Grief, and Bereavement at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN, May 18-19, 1967.

43 13

Paper, “The Nurse as an Effector of Change” at “The Nurse as an Effector of Change in Continuity-of-Care of Cancer and Other Long-Term Patients” American Cancer Society, Sacramento CA, Oct 26-27, 1967.

43 14

“Dx- Cancer”, Alameda, Contra Costa, California, October, 1967.

43 15

Social Science in Nursing 459, University of Colorado, School of Nursing, course outline and written notes, 1967.

43 16

Course, Continuing Education, “Death and the Family”, Dec 1967-Mar 1968.

44 1

Cancer Nursing Project, University of Texas, Medical Center, Houston, Texas, 1967-1968.

44 2

Workshop, Presented “Social Change and Nursing Practice” at “Can Nursing Adapt?”, San Jose CA, Feb 29, 1968.

44 3

“Can Nursing Adapt?”, San Jose City Health Department, California, February 29, 1968; and “To The Living End”, California Nurses‘ Association, San Jose, California, March 1968.

44 4

Paper, “The Right to Die: A Philosophical View”, April 1968.

44 5

Presentation, “Professional Practice and ‘Emotional involvement’—Compatible or Incompatible?”, April 6, 1968.

44 6

Course, “The Nurse and the Dying Patient”, at UCSF, April-June 1968.

44 7

Course, Continuing Education, “Neurology and Neurosurgical Nursing” at UCSF, Includes lecture, “The Right to Die: A Perspective for Nurses”, July, 1968.

44 8

Thank you letters, request for articles, etc, 1968-1969.

44 9

Conference, First and Second Nursing Theory Conference, at the University of Kansas; Also includes “Some Thoughts on A Theory of Chronicity” presented at the First Conference, Sept 1968-Oct 1969.

44 10

Conference, “Proceedings”, First Nursing Theory Conference at the University of Kansas; Presented “Some Thoughts on A Theory of Chronicity”, Mar 20-21, 1969.

44 11

Paper, “The Threat of Death: Some Consequences for Patients and Nurses” presented at the Clinical Session for Professional Nurses, Savannah, GA, Sept 15,1969.

44 12

“Participant Observation by Nurses” at Work Conference for the Project, Kansas City, Kansas Oct 8, 1969; Published in “Occasional Papers in Nursing Research” UCSF, 1970.

44 13

Conference, “Proceedings”, Second Nursing Theory Conference at the University of Kansas, Oct 9-10, 1969.

44 14

Program, Presented “A Follow-Up Study of Mastectomized Women” and “Juvenile Diabetes: An Example of Patient-Doctor-Family Interactions”, at Continuing Education, “How the Patient Affects the Doctor”, at the UCSF, Oct 25-26, 1969.

44 15

Presentation, “Expectations and Responses to Grief in Nursing”, at Concept of Grief- Nursing Implications, University of Wisconsin, Oct 30, 1969.

44 16

Paper, “The Paradoxical Position of the Nurse” presented at “The Challenge of the Dying Patient” at Ellis Fischel State Cancer Hospital” Columbia, MI, Nov 15, 1969.

44 17

Course, Nursing 248 “The Threat of Death in Clinical Practice”, UCSF, Dec 1969-Mar 1970.

45 1

Course, Nursing 248 “The Threat of Death in Clinical Practice”, UCSF, legal size, Dec 1969-Mar 1970.

82 11

Conference, Third Nursing Theory Conference, at the University of Kansas, Dec 1969-May 1970.

45 2

Conference, “Proceedings” Third Nursing Theory Conference at the University of Kansas, Jan 29-30, 1970.

45 3

Course, Continuing Education, “The Dying Person”, UCSF, Jan-June 1970.

45 4

Conference, Nurse Scientist Program, Denver CO, April 3-4, 1970.

45 5

Paper, “The Developing Diabetic Identity: A Study of Family Influence” Presented at WICHEN Conference, Salt Lake City Utah, April 29, 1970.

45 6

Paper, “Time For … Grief” Grief Workshop, San Diego CA, Nov 19, 1970.

45 7

Position Paper “The Risks of Innovation”, June 6, 1971.

45 8

Death and Dying Seminar, Winter 1971-Spring 1972.

45 9

Course “Death and Dying in Clinical Practice” at Tel-Aviv University, Israel, May-June 1972, April 1971 -Oct 1972.

45 10

Journal Nursing in Israel, 1972.

45 11

Paper, “As the Patient Views the ICU-CCU” presented at “Critical Cardiopulmonary Care” for the American College of Chest Physicians, Denver CO, Oct 23, 1972.

45 12

Paper, “Assessment of Consequences of Dehumanization: Critique and Discussion” at Symposium on Humanizing Health Care, sponsored by Center for Health Services Research at UCSF Dec 1-2, 1972; and subsequent publishing Nov 1972-Mar 1975.

45 13

“Death and Dying” Paper presented Seminar at Harborview Medical Center Seattle WA Jan 1973 and the Planning Committee on Death and Dying minutes Oct 1972- Mar 1973.

46 1

Paper, “The American Way of Dying” presented at lecture at Clemson University, Clemson SC, Mar 14, 1973.

46 2

Conference, “Collaboration and Competition in Nursing Research” presented for the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education, Phoenix AZ, April 25-27, 1973.

46 3

Paper, “A Caring Environment for the Terminally Ill Aged: A Nurse's Perspective” presented at “Caring Environments and the Aged Patient” for VA Hospital, Palo Alto CA,, June 6-7, 1973.

46 4

Paper, “Care and Cure: Problems and Priorities” presented “Quality of Survival and the Cancer 7 Patient” at Univ. of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, June 13, 1973.

46 5

Paper, “Question Identification in Substantive Areas in Thanatology” presented at Issues in Research sponsored by ANA, Denver CO, Aug 22-24, 1973.

45 6

Paper, “The Patient in Pain: New Concepts” presented at the American Cancer Society’s National Conference, Chicago IL, Sept 10-11, 1973.

46 7

Lectures- Death and Dying, 1973-1978 .

46 8

Death and Dying Discussion Group, University of Washington, Mar 1974-Jan 1975.

46 9

Paper “Care, Cure, and the Challenge of Choice” Presented at Foundation of Thanatology’s Nursing Symposium, Nov 1, 1974 Oct 1973-Nov 1974.

46 10

Course, “Living With the Threat of Death” for “Death and the Dying” at Univ. of WA, Seattle WA, May 1-3, 1974.

46 11

Paper, “The Patient in Pain” presented at “Cancer Nursing” for Univ. of Tennessee and the American Cancer Society, Nashville, TN, Mar 6-7, 1975.

46 12

Paper, “Impact of Death and Dying on Health Care Practitioners” presented at “Aging, Dying and Death” for University of Rhode Island, Mar 10, 1975.

46 13

Paper “Problems Related to Clinical Research” and “A Study of Student Nurses’ Reactions to Work with Dying Patients” Presented at Japanese Nursing Association, Japan, Mar 16-27, 1975 Dec 1974-May 1975.

46 14

Paper “A Study of Student Nurses’ Reactions to Work with Dying Patients” at 2nd Assembly on Education Administration for the Japanese Nursing Association, Tokyo Japan, Mar 19, 1975.

46 15

Consultant – Sadurburg Project, DeKalb Illinois, April 1975-April 1976.

46 16

Paper “Will I See You Tomorrow Darling? Let’s Talk About Death” Presented at Oregon Dental Association, Limited Attendance Clinic, April 1-2, 1975 Jan-April 1975.

46 17

Cancer Nursing Workshop: Living With Cancer, University of Washington, May 1975, Organizer, Jan-May 1975.

46 18

Paper “Critical Decisions Affecting Death and Dying” International Congress of Gerontology, Jerusalem, June 22-27, 1975, Mar 1974-July 1975.

46 19

Paper “Self As Critical Variable in Sensitive Research in Women’s Health” in Women and Their Health: Research Implications for a New Era at University of California, San Francisco, Aug 1-2 1975.

47 1

Paper, “Self As Critical Variable in Sensitive Research in Women’s Health” Presented at Women and their Health Conference, San Francisco CA, Aug 1-2, 1975.

47 2

Paper, “The Importance of Talking About Death” presented at Multnomah County Medical Society, Portland, OR, Oct 23, 1975.

47 3

Paper “Operationalizing A Concept: The Case of the Dying Trajectory” Presented at Ohio State University’s A Symposium on the Interaction between Theory and Research, April 2, 1976.

47 4

Paper, “The Interaction Between Theory and Research” presented at A Symposium on the Interaction Between Theory and Research at The Ohio State University,, April 2, 1976.

47 5

Paper, “Research About Death: Implications for Practice” presented at research symposium at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb IL, April 8, 1976.

47 6

Paper, “Dying as Transition: The Influence of Significant Others”, presented at a Gerontology Institute, “The Meaning of Death”, Springfield, IL, April 9-10, 1976.

47 7

Paper “Dying is a Family Affair” Presented at Alexander Ming Fischer Lecture, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York City, April 21, 1976.

47 8

Paper, “Care, Communication, and Human Dignity” presented at 1st National Training Conference for Physicians on Psychosocial Care of the Dying Patient:, San Francisco CA, April 30, 1976.

47 9

Paper (Publication) “Psychosocial Aspects of Terminal Patient Care” Presented at University of California, April 1976.

47 10

Conference WICHE Communicating Nursing Research, Seattle, Washington, May 5-7, 1976.

47 11

Paper “Breast Cancer and the Changing Role of Women” Presented at Disturbance in Self-Concept, June 3 1976.

47 12

Paper “Social Values, Technology and Health Care in the United States”, 1976.

47 13

Workshop “Nursing Research in Cancer” National Institutes of Health, Feb 1977.

47 14

Paper “A Holistic Approach to Terminal Illness” Presented at National Nursing Pediatric Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 13, 1977.

47 15

Paper “A Comparison of Selected Dying Characteristics in One Hospital During 1966 and 1971” Presented at WICHE Denver, Colorado May 4-6, 1977,, Nov 1976-July 1977.

47 16

Paper, “Ethical Considerations in Treatment” presented at 2nd National Conference on Cancer Nursing, American Cancer Society, St. Louis MI, May 9-10, 1977.

47 17

University of Washington, Public Discussion, American Civic Issues, “Social Values, Technology and Health Care in the United States”, Sept 1977-Mar 1978.

47 18

Paper, “Humanizing Heath Care”, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, Jan 1978.

47 19

Presentation, “Humanizing Health Care” at Seminar on Nursing Ethics sponsored by the Student Advisory Council, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, Jan 27, 1978.

47 20

Paper, “Some Contributions from Research to Clinical Nursing Practice” Presented at Rho Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mar 16, 1978.

47 21

Practical Nurse Educator’s Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota April 27, 1978, Sept 1977-April 1978.

48 1

Presentation, “Ethics of Doing Research with Dying Patients”, at Ethical Dilemmas and Nursing Research, WICHE, Portland OR, May 3, 1978.

48 2

Notes “Loss, Grief, and Cancer”, May 11, 1978.

48 3

Workshop, “Death and Dying” Institute on Aging, University of Washington, June 19-29, 1978.

48 4

Paper, “Conceptual and Empirical Derivations of a Social Dependency Scale” Presented at Research Day, University Of Oregon Health Sciences Center, Portland OR, Oct 7, 1978.

48 5

“Development of A Social Dependency Scale” Aug 1979; “Measurement of Social Dependency in Patients with Cancer” at the International Cancer Congress, Buenos Aires Oct 1978; “Conceptual and Empirical Derivations of a Social Dependency Scale” at Research Day Oregon Oct 1978.

48 6

Paper “Cancer and the Quality of Life” Presented at American Cancer Society’s Cancer Update, Birmingham, Alabama, 1978.

48 7

Paper “Nursing Practice and the Quality of Life” Presented at 1st Cancer Nursing Symposium, Seattle, Washington, Jan 19, 1979.

48 8

Paper “Rates of Dying Days and Death Days in Three Hospitals in 1966 and 1971” Conference of the Western Society for Research in Nursing’s Women in Health in Illness, May 1979.

48 9

Paper, “The Gift of Life: Social Obstacles and Personal Opportunities” from Conference on Organ and Body Donations, Houston TX, Sept 24-25, 1979.

48 10

Lecture, “Treatment and Quality of Life Decisions”, course Hospital and Clergy- the Healing Team at Northwest Hospital, Seattle WA, Oct 24, 1979.

48 11

Paper, “An Ethical Perspective on Terminal Cancer Care” presented at 13th Annual Cancer Symposium of the Virginia Mason medical Center, Nov 9, 1979.

48 12

Notes for Presentations, 1979-1980.

48 13

Paper “Loss and Human Development” Presented at Education Day, Kauai Hawaii, Nov 6, 1980.

48 14

Paper, “Dying Is a Family Affair”, Workshop on Quality of Life, Toronto, April 27-29, 1980.

48 15

Paper “The Cancer Patient’s Right to Know and Decide: An Ethical Perspective”, Fourth Annual Cancer Nursing Symposium, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA, Jan 15-16, 1982.

48 16

Paper, “Values, Ethics, and Academic Nursing”, for Nursing Outlook, and expanded from a paper at Contributions of Humanities to Nursing as a Profession, University of Washington, Feb 18, 1982;, Feb-Dec 1982.

48 17

Course “The Preservation of Human Dignity”, University of Southern California, Feb 1982, Dec 1981-Feb 1982.

48 18

Paper, “The Development of Cancer Nursing Research in the United States”, originally presented at 13th International Cancer Congress, Seattle WA, Sept 11, 1982.

48 19

Paper, “The Development of Cancer Nursing Research in the United States”, 13th International Cancer Congress, Seattle WA, Sept 8-15 1982, May 1981-Sept 1982.

49 1

Paper, “Ethical Issues in Patient Care” 16th Annual Cancer Conference, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Oct 7, 1982 Aug-Oct 1982.

49 2

Paper, “Conceptual, Clinical and Research Perspectives on Symptom Control”, 1982.

49 3

Paper, “Cultural and Social Thanatology: An Emerging Field in Nursing Science”, Helen Nahm Research Lecture, University of California, June 10 1983, May-Aug 1983.

49 4

Paper, “Dialectic Between Clinical Practice and Nursing Research”, University of Oregon and Sigma Theta Tau, Oct 20 1983 Mar-Oct 1983.

49 5

Paper, “Development of Nursing as a Human Science: Grounded Theory and Qualitative Methods”, Seminar Development of Nursing as a Human Science, University of Colorado Health Sciences, Denver CO, Feb 17, 1984.

49 6

Paper, “Loss and Adaptation: Circumstances, Contingencies, and Consequences”, modified from Elizabeth L. Kemble Lecture, University of North Caroline, Mar 30, 1984, Mar-July 1984.

49 7

Paper, “Loss and Adaptation: Circumstances, Contingencies, and Consequences” Presented at the 9th Elizabeth L. Kemble Lecture, Univ. of NC, Mar 30, 1984.

49 8

Paper, “Advancing Nursing Science” Qualitative Approaches”, Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Council on Higher Education for Nursing, May 2-4, 1984, Jan-May 1984.

49 9

Paper, “The Concept of Loss”, Caring for the Family with Loss Conference, Swedish Hospital Medical Center, Seattle WA, May 1984.

49 10

Paper, “Methodological Issues in Nursing Research with Focus on Participant Observation and Qualitative Data” Copenhagen, Denmark, Sept 1984, Oct 1983-Oct 1984.

49 11

Conference, Fifth International Seminar on Terminal Care, Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada, Oct 1-3, 1984.

49 12

Paper, “Stresses, Health, and Coping of Women Graduate Students in the First Year of Study”, 1st International Congress on Women’s Health Issues, Nova Scotia, Canada, Oct 3-5, 1984, May-Oct 1984.

49 13

Presentation, “Contracts, Partnerships, and Negotiations: The Dynamics of Family-Centered Nursing Care” The Montreal General Hospital Lecture, Quebec, Canada, Oct 1984, April-Oct 1984.

49 14

Western Council on Higher Education for Nursing Skit, 1984.

49 15

Presentation, “Ethical Dilemmas and the Future of Nursing”, Creating the Future Conference, Swedish Hospital Medical Center, Seattle WA, Mar 1985, Dec 1984- Mar 1985.

50 1

Presentation, “Care of Person with Cancer”, BCPNIG Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 11-12, 1985, Nov 1984-April 1985.

50 2

Presentations, Seminar on “Cancer Nursing and the Preservation of Human Dignity, Bethesda Navy Hospital, April 1985.

50 3

WSTN Skit, May 2, 1985.

50 4

Paper, “Communication: Approaches in Cancer Care” Cancer Nursing Series, American Cancer Society, Bellingham WA, May 22, 1985.

50 5

Paper, “Comparisons of Stress and Health in Women Graduate Students”, Presented at Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education, Seattle, WA, May 1985.

50 6

Paper, “The Terminally Ill Child”, Jerusalem, Friday, June 21, 1985.

50 7

Presentation, “The Human Experience of Living with Cancer”, 8th International Workshop on Care for Dying, The Life Planning Center, Tokyo, Japan, Aug 30-31, 1985, Aug-Sept 1985.

50 8

“Present and Future of Nursing Education and Research” St. Luke’s College, Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1985, April-Sept 1985.

50 9

Paper, “Systematic Knowledge Development in Nursing”, Presented at 3rd Nursing Science Colloquium, Boston University, April 3-4, 1986.

50 10

Abstract, “Cross Cultural Considerations in Cancer Nursing Research: Implications for Nursing Interventions”, 4th International Conference on Cancer Nursing, New York, Sept 7-12, 1986.

50 11

Poster Session, “Oncology Transition Services: Its Influence on Community Nursing Care”, 4th International Conference on Cancer Nursing, New York, Sept 1986.

50 12

Second International Congress on Women’s Health Issues, withdrawn from conference, 1986.

50 13

Cancer information and statistics, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research, 1986.

50 14

Presentation, “The Hard Decisions: Who Makes Them? Ethical Issues Facing Patients and Providers”, symposium Home Care: Who Needs It?, Swedish Hospital Medical Center, Seattle WA, Jan 30, 1987.

50 15

Paper “Transitions and Turning Points: Individual and Collective” McCorkle Lecture at the 9th Annual Symposium of the Puget Sound Chapter, Oncology Nursing Society, Seattle WA, Feb 28, 1987.

50 16

Paper, “Nursing Science and Nursing Practice-A Reciprocal Relationship”, Marion Woodward Lecture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, Mar 5, 1987.

50 17

Panelist, AIDS: Practical Applications for Nurses and Social Workers, Seattle WA, Aug 1987.

50 18

Presentation “Powerlessness as A Theoretical Framework”, Powerlessness in the Cancer Experience: Enhancing Self-Care: sponsored by Jefferson University, Philadelphia PA, Oct 1987.

50 19

Course, Qualitative Methods, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY Summer 1988, April 1987-Aug 1988.

50 20

Paper, “Palliative Care, Review Lecture”, 5th International Conference on Cancer Nursing, London, England Sept 4-9, 1988, July 1987-Jan 1989.

51 1

Palliative Papers from 5th International Conference on Cancer Nursing, London, England, Sept 4-9, 1988.

51 2

Paper, “Healing Environments and Women in Transition: An Issue for Nursing”, 1st Annual Rosemary Ellis Scholars Retreat, Sept 23-25, 1988.

51 3

Presentation “Ethics, Health Care Practice, and AIDS” Presented at AIDS/HIV Education for Health Care Workers, Dec 10, 1988.

51 4

Rosemary Ellis Scholar’s Retreat, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland OH, 1988-1989.

51 5

Conference, “Philosophy in the Nurse’s World”, Banff, Alberta, Canada April 9-12, 1989, Nov 1987, Oct 1988-Aug 1989.

51 6

Conference, “From Research to Scholarship: Challenges, Choices, and Transitions” presented at 22nd Annual Communication Nursing Research Conference, Western Society for Research in Nursing, San Diego CA, May 3-5, 1989.

51 7

Paper, “Influence of Loss on Creatively in Women” presented at New England Institute of Applied Arts, Boston MA, June 23-24, 1989.

51 8

Lecture, at the Institute of Nursing, Oslo, Norway, Oct 1989-June 1990.

51 9

Paper “From Research to Scholarship: Personal and Collective Transitions”, for American Cancer Society First National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research, Atlanta GA, Dec 2, 1989.

51 10

Paper “From Research to Scholarship: Personal and Collective Transitions” at the American Cancer Society 1st National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research in Atlanta GA, Dec 1989.

51 11

Paper, “The Effects of Home Care on Patients’ Symptoms, Number of Hospitalizations, and Medical Complications” conference in North Carolina, 1989.

51 12

Keynote Address, “Enhancement of Nursing Practice Through Research”, at Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Gamma and Zeta Mu Chapters Annual Conference, San Diego CA Mar 19, 1990; paper not included, Oct 1989-May 1990.

52 1

Presentation, “Myths and Metaphors: Images of Nurses and Nursing” at Fresno General Hospital School of Nursing May 10, 1990, May 1989, Mar-May 1990.

52 2

Presentation, “Person-Centered Care in Terminal Illness: The Need for Healing Environments” at Jackson-Newman Foundation’s Conference, College Park, MD, Sept 20-22, 1990.

52 3

Paper, “Undervalued Caregiving” at 1st National Congress of Thanatology NYC, NY, Sept 1990.

52 4

Conference, Fourth International Congress on Women’s Health Issues, Massey University, New Zealand Nov 14-17, 1990, April 1989-Nov 1990.

52 5

Presentations, “The Lived Experience of Cancer: Coping with New Meanings and Realities”, Death and Dying Conference, American Cancer Society, Tacoma WA, Nov 1990.

52 6

Association for Death Education and Counseling, New Orleans LA, 1990.

52 7

Paper, “Personal Care in an Impersonal World” at King’s College 9th International Conference on Death and Bereavement, London Ontario, May 26-28, 1991.

52 8

Conference, Ethics Forum, Oncology Nursing Society Congress, Orlando FL, May 1993.

52 9

Paper, “Politics of Nursing Research” at 22nd Annual Research Development Conference, Rutgers Univ., Newark NJ, June 1991.

52 10

Response paper to “The Common Sense Model” by Sandra E. Ward, for Psychosocial Nursing Conference, June 1991.

52 11

Presentation, “Ethical Decision Making in Context” Visiting Nurse Services-Everett WA, June 10, 1992.

52 12

Paper, “Multiple Meanings of Pain: Caregiving Issues in a Technological World”, at 1st International Nursing Research Symposium on Cancer Pain Seattle WA, July 1992.

52 13

Presentation “Coping with Loss, Coping with Change” given at “Successful Retirement Group” at University of Washington, Mar 1993.

52 14

Presentation, “Issues in Death and Dying: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going” at Issues in Care of the Dying, Univ. of Rhode Island, April 15, 1993.

53 1

Paper, “Challenges for Nursing in a Changing Health Care System” at Univ. of Pennsylvania 237th Commencement, May 16, 1993.

53 2

Paper, “The Cancer Experience: Different Perspectives Different Understandings” at Coping with Illness: Process & Outcome, Rochester NY, Oct 9 1993.

53 3

Presentation, “Knowledge, Network, and Power”, at Oncology Nursing Society, Fall Institute, Seattle WA, Oct 1993.

53 4

Presentation, “Program Management in Palliative Care” at Palliative Care Seminar, Mar 1995.

53 5

Research Notes, “Palliative Care- An International Perspective” at Palliative Care Seminar, Mar 1995.

53 6

Paper, “Grounded Theory and Nursing Knowledge” at Knowledge Development Symposium, Univ. Rhode Island Oct 1994, April- Nov 1994.

53 7

Paper “Twentieth Century Change and the Death Movement”, presented at MERIMNA, Society for the Care of Children Facing Illness and Death, Athens, Greece, Sept 1996, Dec 1995- Feb 1997.

53 8

Presentation, “Chronic Disabling Conditions: Personal, Professional, Political Implications” at the 24th Nursing Research Conference: Research for Clinical Practice, Tucson AZ Jan 21-24, 1998, July 1997-Jan 1998.

53 9

Conference, 5th National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research, Feb 10, 1999.

54 1

Paper, “End of Life Care: Current and Future Challenges” Beyond the Boundaries, IWG, Denver, CO, Sept 22-24, 1999.

54 2

Workshop, “Weaving End-of-Life Care Into Nursing Education” University of Washington, Seattle WA, Aug 2, 2001.

54 3

Honorary Chairperson at Weaving End-of-Life Care into Nursing Education Workshops, Seattle WA, Aug 2, Oct 24, 2001.

54 4

Conference, Western Region National Association of Medical Minority Educators, University of Washington Mar 2-4, 2006, Jan-Mar 2006.

54 5

Helen Nahm Research Lecture Program, Inaugural, Ninth, and Tenth, 1981, May 19, 1989, June 1, 1990.

54 6

Conference Program, 1989-1996.

54 7

Paper, “Transition Services for Advanced Cancer Patients” supported by grant 1 D23 NU00086.

54 8

RMF-CNA Conference, other papers.

54 9

Miscellaneous Notes.

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Series 8.  Publications, c. 1960-2004.

Scope and Contents note

The materials in this section contains any articles, book chapters, book and publisher correspondence, and other related documents regarding any publications by Dr. Benoliel. These folders are organized, as much as possible, by date of publication.

Series 8.1.  Unpublished Manuscripts.

Box Folder

Unpublished Paper, “Intuitional Dying: A Convergence of Cultural Values”, May 1986.

54 11

Article, modified from “Death Counseling and Human Development: Issues and Intricacies”.

54 12

“Death Counseling and Human Development: Issues and Intricacies”.

54 13

“Impact of Life-Threatening Disease on Family Interactions”.

54 14

“Current Changes and Future Directions in Health Care Delivery- A Nurse’s Viewpoint”.

54 15

“The Changing Social Context for Life and Death Decisions”… in Essences Vol 2, No 2, 1978.

54 16

"Mastectomy: A Signpost for the Future”.

54 17

“Coping with Failure: The Case of Death in Childhood”.

54 18

“Current Issues in Critical Care: Contemporary Opinions”.

54 19

"The Aging Process and the Meaning of Death”.

54 20

“Conceptual Precision and Research about Human Dying”.

54 21

“Anticipatory Grief in Physicians and Nurses”.

54 22

“Scholarship- A Woman’s Perspective”, c. 1973.

54 23

“Causes and Consequences of Dehumanization: A Commentary”.

54 24

Series 8.2.  Published Manuscripts.

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Margaret West and Christy Hawkins, Nursing Schools at the Mid-Century: A Report Prepared By the Subcommittee on School Data Analysis for the National Committee for the Improvement of Nursing Services, New York, 1950.

54 25

Mastectomy: Signpost in Time, The Journal of Nursing Education, Vol.2 No.3 September 1963.

54 26

"The Impact of Mastectomy", The American Journal of Nursing, Vol. 63, No.11, November 1963.

54 27

"Mastectomy Symbol of Care of Warning Sign ?" GP, Vol. 29, No. 3, March 1964.

55 1

How to Study Nursing Activities in a Patient Unit: A Manual to Aid Hospitals in Making Best Use of Personnel US Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Services, 1954.

55 2

"Institutionalized Practices of Information Control, Psychiatry" Journal for Study of Interpersonal Processes, Vol. 28 No. 2, May 1965.

55 3

Articles, “Hidden Hazards for Nurse Teachers” in Nursing Outlook v. 15, n 4, April 1967; “The Hidden Hazards in Patient Assignments” in  Nursing Outlook v. 13, n, 11, Nov 1965; “Nursing the Patient with Endarterectomy” in  American Journal of Nursing v. 58, July 1958.

55 4

Correspondence, Springer Publishing Co., May 1962- Nov 1963, Jan 1967.

55 5

Reprints of Articles, 1962-1963, 1967 .

55 6

Article, “Delineation of Qualitative Aspects of Nursing Care” in Nursing Research v 11, n. 4, Fall 1962.

55 7

Article, “The Nurse Social Scientist” in Journal of Nursing Education v. 3 n. 4, Includes “The Nurse and Field Work: Dilemmas and Decisions”, Oct 1963- Nov 1964.

55 8

Correspondence, Parker Publishing Co. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Nov 1963- April 1964.

55 9

Mastectomy Articles: “Nursing Students, Assignments, and Dying Patients” in Nursing Outlook v. 12, n. 1, Jan 1964; “Mastectomy-Symbol of Cure or Warning Sign?” in  GP 1964; “The Impact of Mastectomy” in  The American Journal of Nursing v. 63, n. 11, Nov 1963.

55 10

Publications 1963-1978 “Editorial” University of Washington 1978; “Psychosocial Aspects of Terminal Care” 1970; “The Threat of Death : Some Consequences for Patients and Nurses” in Nursing Forum n. 69, 1963.

55 11

Proceedings, First National Conference for Professional Nurses and Physicians, American Nurses’ Association and American Medical Association, Williamsburg VA, Feb 13-15, 1964.

55 12

Article, “Nursing Services and the Care of Dying Patients, Some Speculations” in Nursing Science v. 2 n. 6, July, Dec 1964.

55 13

Correspondence, Psychiatry , Oct 1964-July 1969.

55 14

Proceedings, First Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, New York, NY, April 5-6, 1965.

55 15

Article, “Institutionalized Practices of Information Control” in Psychiatry v. 28, n. 2,, May 1965.

55 16

Articles, “Awareness of Death and the Nurse’s Composure”, Nursing Research v. 15, n.1, Winter 1966 also presented at the ANA Nursing Research Conference at Yale, April 1965; “Obstacles to Helping the Dying” in  American Journal of Nursing, v. 66, n. 7, July 1966 ; “Communication Problems Affecting Patient Care in Hospitals” in  Journal of the American Medical Association, v. 195, Jan 1966; “Search or Research?” in  Nursing Outlook v. 13, n. 8, Aug 1965.

55 17

Articles: “Pharmacy Can Help Nursing Control Medication Errors” in Hospital Topics 1966; “Becoming Diabetic: A Study of Emerging Identity” in  Dissertation Abstracts International v 31, n 1, 1970; “Health Care Providers and Dying Patients: Critical Issues in Terminal Care” in  OMEGA v 18, n. 4, 1987; “Twentieth Century Change and the Death Movement”, based on presentation at MERIMNA, for Cultures in Crisis ed. James Downs, Feb 1997.

55 18

Proceedings, Second Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, Phoenix, AZ, Feb 28-Mar 2, 1966.

55 19

Article, “Role Models and Professional Nurse Identity” in Journal of Nursing Education v. 6 n. 2, Aug 1966- April 1967.

56 1

Article, “Medication Errors: The Viewpoint of the Nurse” in Hospital Topics based on presentation at Association of Western Hospitals, April 1966 Los Angeles, CA, Feb-June 1966.

56 2

Correspondence, Prentice-Hall, INC, Oct 1966- June 1967.

56 3

Article, “The Dying Patient: A Difficult Nursing Problem” in Nursing Clinics of North America , Nov 1966-Dec 1967.

56 4

Proceedings, Third Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, Seattle, WA, Feb 27-Mar 1, 1967.

56 5

Article, ”Preparing Nurses to Care for the Fatally Ill” in International Journal of Nursing Studies , Mar 1967- Jan 1968.

56 6

Publications, “When Patients Die: Some Nursing Problems”, The Canadian Nurse, May-Nov 1967.

56 7

Article, “Problems of Persons Who Have Diseases with Fatal Connotations”, c. 1967.

56 8

Proceedings, Fourth Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, New York, NY, Mar 4-5, 1968.

56 9

Article, “The Right to Die: A Perspective for Nurses”, American Journal of Nursing, May- July 1968.

57 10

Proceedings, Fifth Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, New Orleans LA, Mar 3-5, 1969.

57 11

Book, Nurse and the Dying Patient, Macmillan CO. Correspondence, July 1969- June 1972.

56 12

Book, Nurse and the Dying Patient, Macmillan CO. Correspondence, legal size, June 1969-June 1972.

82 12

“The Case for Theories Generated from Empirical Data: in Readings from Nursing Research, American Journal of Nursing , 1969.

56 13

Article, “Preparing Nurses to Care for the Fatally Ill" International Journal Nurses Study v. 5, 1969.

56 14

Proceedings, Sixth Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, San Diego CA, April 8-10, 1970.

57 1

“Research Related to Death and the Dying Patient”, in Research in Nursing, Little, Brown and Co., Correspondence, Mar 1970-May 1975.

57 2

Patient Care “Paradox of Death” v. 4, n. 10 May 1970; “When Care is All That’s Left” v. 11, n. 12, June 1977.

57 3

Confrontation with Dying, Papers delivered by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and JQB, Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center, 1971.

57 4

Proceedings, Seventh Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, Atlanta GA, Mar 10-12, 1971.

57 5

Publications, UCLA School of Nursing Newsletters, 1971-1991.

57 6

Proceedings, Eighth Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, Albuquerque, NM, Mar 15-17, 1972.

57 7

The Nurse and the Dying Patient, MacMillan Company, Correspondence, April 1972-Feb 1973.

57 8

Article, “The Concept of Care for the Child with Leukemia” in Nursing Forum v. 11, n 2, 1972.

58 1

Proceedings, Ninth Nursing Research Conference, American Nurses’ Association, San Antonio TX, Mar 21-23, 1973.

58 2

Chapter, “The Terminally Ill Child” in The Child in the Family: Comprehensive Nursing Care, McGraw-Hill, 1973-1974.

58 3

Publications, Accepted, 1973-1975.

58 4

Journals: Dealing with Death, “The Practitioners Dilemma: Problems and Priorities” USC 1973; Proceedings of the 2nd National Conference on Cancer Research, “Ethical Gradations in Treatment” American Cancer Society June 1977; “Nursing Practice and Quality of Life”, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, June 1979 “Lead or be Led” WSNA Summer 1994; Imprint “Aging Process and the Meaning of Death” Feb 1973.

58 5

Nursing Forum, “Improving Nursing Care of the Dying Patients” 1967; “The Threat of Death: Some Consequences for Patients and Nurses” 1969; “Talking to Patients About Death” 1970.

58 6

Chapter, ”Grief and Grieving- An Overview” in Childbearing and the Nurse, ed. Ann Clark and Dyanne Affonso, F.A. Davis Co., 1974, 1973-1974.

58 7

Women in Science: Health Sciences Open House, University of Washington, April 1975.

58 8

Chapter, “Nurses and the Human Experience of Dying” in New Meanings of Death, ed. Herman Feifel, McGraw-Hill, 1976, 1974-1976.

59 1

Correspondence with Leah Curtis about Book (Ethics and Nursing), Jan 1977-April 1981.

59 2

“Role of the Family in Managing Young Diabetics” In The Diabetes Educator Journal of the American Association of Diabetes Educators v 3, n 2, Summer 1977.

59 3

“Patient Care Roundtable on Dying and Death” the Journal of Practical Family Medicine v. 11, n. 12, June 1977.

59 4

Contains several articles and papers by JQB, 1977-2001.

59 5

Editorial in University of Washington Medicine, v. 5, n.4, Winter 1978.

59 6

Chapter, “Dying in an Institution” in Dying: Facing the Facts ed. Hannelore Wass, McGraw-Hill, 1979, 1977-1979.

59 7

Chapter “The Nurse-Family Relationship” in Nursing Ethics: Theories and Pragmatics, ed. Leah Curtin, 1979, 1979-1981.

59 8

Chapter, “Women and Loss: The Many Faces of Grief”, c. 1979.

59 9

Chapters in Books 1979 and undated.

59 10

Publications on Grounded Theory by other authors, c. 1980-1993.

59 11

Chapter, “An Ethical Basis for Cancer Nursing Practice” in Cancer Nursing ed. Lisa Begg Marino. C.V. Mosby Company, 1979.

59 12

Chapter, “An Ethical Basis for Cancer Nursing Practice” in Cancer Nursing, ed. Lisa Begg Marino, C.V. Mosby Co, 1981, 1978-1980.

59 13

Chapter, “Death and Dying in Childhood”, in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 3rd edition, McGraw-Hill, 1981, 1981-1982.

59 14

Chapter, “Loss”, revised, in Childbearing: A Nursing Perspective, 3rd edition, ed. Ann Clark, 1981.

59 15

Editor Benoliel, and correspondence, Article, ”Death Influence in Clinical Practice: A Course for Graduate Students” in Death Education for the Health Professional, Hemisphere, Winter 1982;, 1979-1981.

60 1

Article, Christina Mumma and Benoliel, “Care, Cure and Hospital Dying Trajectories” in Omega, 1982 Manuscript, Agreement, and Correspondence, 1982.

60 2

Article, “Ways Used by Members of the Health Professions to Interact with Dying Persons and Their Families”, c.1982.

60 3

Correspondence, Series in Death Education with Hemisphere Publishing, 1982-1983.

60 4

Reviews for Women and Health, Feb 1983-Jan 1985.

60 5

Article, “Oncology Transition Services: Partnership of Nurses and Families” in Cancer Nursing, based off Transition Services Grant NU00086, 1983;, Sept 1982-Nov 1983.

60 6

Article, “Death Education and Counseling” in International Encyclopedia of Education: Research and Studies, eds. Torsten Husén and T. Neville Postlethwaite, 1983, 1981-1983.

60 7

Chapter, “Nursing Research in Death, Dying and Terminal Illness: Development, Present State, and Prospects” in Annual Review of Nursing Research, 1983, 1981-1983.

60 8

Chapter, “The Historical Development of Cancer Nursing Research in the United States” in Cancer Nursing, 1983, 1982-1983.

60 9

Chapter, “Grounded Theory and Qualitative Data: The Socializing Influences of Life Threating Disease on Identity Development” in Behavioral Science and Nursing Theory, Mosby, 1983, 1978-1983.

60 10

Article, “Symptom Distress, Current Concerns and Mood Disturbance After Diagnosis of Life-Threatening Disease” in Social Science Medicine v. 17, n. 7, 1983.

60 11

Article, “Health Care Providers for the Terminally Ill Patient and Family” in Omega, 1983; Review Articles for Omega, 1984-1985.

60 12

Article, “Oncology Transition Services: Partnerships of Nurses and Families” in Cancer Nursing , April 1984.

61 1

Editor, Health Care for Women International, Sept 1984 .

61 2

Article, “A Testimonial” in Journal of Palliative Care, Mar-May 1985, Feb 1990.

61 3

Article with Nancy Packard, “Nurses and Health Policy”, in Nurses Administration Quarterly, based on paper from 5th Distinguished Nursing Lecture, VA Mason Medical Center, May 1985 .

61 4

Chapter, “Loss and Adaptation: Circumstances, Contingencies, and Consequences” in Death Studies, Hemisphere, 1985; from paper given at Univ. of North Carolina, Mar 1984.

61 5

Article, “Loss and Adaptation: Circumstances, Contingencies, and Consequences" in Death Studies, v. 9, 1985; Article, “Assessments of Loss and Grief" in  Journal of Thanatology.

61 6

Chapter, “Loss and Terminal Illness”, in Nursing Clinics of North America, ed. Sara Zarbock, W.B. Saunders, 1985, 1983-1985.

61 7

Proceedings of the 3rd Nursing Science Colloquium, Boston University, April 3-4, 1986.

61 8

Chapter, “Dying in an Institution”, in Dying- Facing the Facts, 2nd edition, ed. Hannelore Wass, 1986, 1985-1986.

61 9

Article, “Death-Related Crises and Transitions in the Workplace” in AAOHN Update Series, 1986, 1985-1986.

61 10

Chapter, “Human Considerations in Research” in Nursing Research Methods, ed. Nancy Fugate Woods, 1986, 1985-1986.

61 11

Article, “Response to ‘Towards Holistic Inquiry in Nursing: A Proposal for Synthesis of Patterns and Methods’” in Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice v.1, n 2, 1987.

61 12

Article, multiple authors, “An Focus on Cancer: Development of a Course on Prevention and Early Detections” in Journal of Continuing Education 1987, 1983-1987.

61 13

Article, “Heath Care Provides and Dying Patients: Critical Issues in Terminal Care”, in Omega, 1987, 1986-1987.

62 1

Chapter, “Becoming a Professional: The Strange Intertwining’s of Chance and Choice” in Making Choices, Taking Changes: Nurse Leaders Tell Their Stories, 1988.

62 2

Article “Commentary: Special Issue on Qualitative Research” in WJNR, 1988.

62 3

Article “Are We Ready to Teach Palliative Care in Medical and Nursing Schools?” in Journal of Palliative Care, v.4, 1988.

62 4

Article, “Some Reflections on Learning and Teaching” in Journal of Nursing Education v 27, n 8, Oct 1988.

62 5

Proceedings of the First and Second Rosemary Ellis Scholars’ Retreat, at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, Sept 23-25, 1988 and Oct 6-7, 1989.

62 6

Article, “Ethical Perspective: In Favor of Autonomy” in Rehabilitation Nursing, v. 14, n. 5, Sept-Oct 1989.

62 7

Chapter, “Death and Aging” in Perspectives in Gerontological Nursing ed. Elizabeth Baines, (Sage Publications, c. 1990), July 1989-Jan 1990.

62 8

Chapter, “Preface” in Cancer Nursing: A Comprehensive Textbook, ed. Susan Baird, Ruth McCorkle, Marcia Grant. (W.B. Saunders Co), July 1990-Feb 1992.

62 9

Article, “Rehabilitation of a Paraplegic Prison: Conflicts for Patient and Nurses” in Rehabilitation Nursing, Aug 1990.

62 10

Article, “Measurement of Stress in Clinical Nursing”, Cancer Nursing v. 13 n.4, 1990, Sept 1988-Oct 1990 .

62 11

Article, “Nurses’ Interpretation of the Suffering of Their Patients” co-authored, Western Journal of Nursing Research, Dec, 1990.

62 12

“Measurement of Stress in Clinical Nursing” in Cancer Nursing v. 13, n. 4, includes Nurses Stress Checklist, 1990.

62 13

Article, “The Development of an Instrument to Measure Nurse Stress” Updated into “Measurement of Stress in Clinical Nursing”, Cancer Nursing v. 13 n.4, 1990.

62 14

Chapter, “Multiple Meanings of Death for Older Adults” ed. Elizabeth Baines Perspectives on Gerontological Nursing, 1991.

62 15

Article, “Undervalued Caregiving: A Major Issue for the Thanatology Community” book and in Loss , Grief and Care v. 6, n.1-2 1991; based on paper at 1st National Congress of Thanatology, Sept 1990.

63 1

Chapter, “Personal Care in an Impersonal World” ed. Jack Morgan, Baywood Publishers, 1992; based on paper at 9th International Conference on Death and Dying, London Ontario May 1991.

63 2

Chapter, “Death and Dying as a Field of Inquiry” A Challenge for Living: Dying, Death and Bereavement ed. Inge B. Corless et al, (Johnes and Bartlett Publishers, INC., c. 1993, Feb 1989-Aug 1996.

63 3

Article “The Mortal Context of Oncology Nursing” in Oncology Nursing Forum, Nov/Dec 1993.

63 4

Article, “Nurses’ Views of the Coping of Patients” in Social Science Medicine, 1994, April 1991-1994.

63 5

Chapter, “Dying in an Institution” Dying: Facing the Facts 3rd edition, eds. Hannelore Wass and Robert Neimeyer, (Taylor and Francis, 1994), Jan 1993-April 1994.

63 6

Article, “Multiple Meanings of Pain and Complexities of Pain Management” in Nursing Clinics of North America v. 30 n. 4, Dec 1995 Jan 1992-1994, Jan 1996.

63 7

Chapter, “Death, Technology, and Gender in Postmodern American Society” in Death and the Quest for Meaning, (Jason Aronson, INC, c 1996), May 1995, June-July 1996.

63 8

Chapter, “Death, Technology, and Gender in Postmodern American Society” in Death and the Quest for Meaning, (Jason Aronson, INC, c 1996), Mar 1994-July1996.

63 9

Article, “Grounded Theory and Nursing Knowledge” in Qualitative Health Research v. 6 n. 3, Aug 1996.

63 10

Article, “Grounded Theory and Nursing Knowledge” in Qualitative Health Research v. 6, n. 3 Aug 1996,, Mar-Aug 1996.

63 11

Article, “Personal Reflections on Life and Death” in The Forum , July/Aug 1996.

63 12

Article “Grounded Theory and Nursing Knowledge: in Qualitative Health Research, 1996; based on paper at Building a Cumulative Knowledge Base for Nursing, Univ. of Rhode Island Oct, 1994.

64 1

Chapter, "Reflections on Being a Student Nurse" in Women and Anger, ed. Sandra Thomas, Feb-April 1997.

64 2

Article, “Loss and Bereavement: Perspectives, Theories, Challenges” in Canadian Journal of Nursing Research v. 29, n. 4, Winter 1997, July 1997- Jan 1998.

64 3

Encyclopedia of Death and Dying, Nov 1998-Mar 1999.

64 4

Brochure “Guidelines for Curriculum Development On End-Of-Life and Palliative Care in Nursing Education”, National Hospice Organization, 1998.

64 5

Article, "Letter to the Editor", WJNR, v. 20, n. 2, April 1998.

64 6

Health Care for Women International v. 22 #1-2, Jan-Feb 2001.

64 7

Article, “Thanatology and Human Rights” in Illness, Crisis and Loss, v. 9, n. 1, Jan 2001 April-Oct 2000 (presented at Second Annual Conference of the Forum for Death Education, Orland FL Dec 5-7, 1979).

64 8

Article, “Expanding Knowledge about Women Through Grounded Theory: Introduction to the Collection”, in Health Care for Women International v. 22, 2001, Mar-Nov 2000, 2001.

64 9

Article, “Commentary: Thanatologists View Death” in OMEGA Journal of Death and Dying, v. 43, n. 2, 2001, May-July 2000.

64 10

Article, “Domains of Concern of Intimate Partners of Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivors After ICD Implantation”, Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing v. 19, n. 1, 2004.

64 11

Articles collaborated with Rick Steeves AAN: “Nurses’ Views of the Coping of Patients”; “Nurses’ Interpretation of the Suffering of Their Patients”; “Idioms and Metaphors of Coping in Nursing Practice”.

64 12
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Unknown Article of Book Chapter, Outline and References, post 1994.

84 2

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Series 9.  Emeritus Files, 1980-2002.

Scope and Contents note

This series documents Dr. Benoliel’s work post-retirement from the University of Washington. This includes her time at Rutgers University and her continued work at the University of Washington. Documents include correspondence, academic activity files, her journals from work conferences and travels, as well as the research grant projects she was associated with. Her journals document her time in China as a citizen ambassador, visiting professor in Israel and Sweden, as well as international meetings in Japan, Netherlands, and other places. While these journals are primarily work related, there are personal sections, including her husband Robert’s health issues in 1994.

Box Folder

Correspondence Letter from Eve 1966 Letter from Ellen Olshensky 1995 Letter to Patricia Buller 1993 Letter to Lance Grenett 1992 Letter to Herman Feifel 1991 Letter to Patti Fusan 1991 Letter from Sally Thouse 1991 Letter to Dawn Crudet 1991 Letter to Zola 1991 Beulagh OHeut 1963 Donna Diers, 1965 Replan 1964, 1964-2001.

64 13

Correspondence, 1980-1981 .

65 1

Correspondence, 1981-1982 .

65 2

Correspondence, 1982-1989.

65 3

Correspondence, 1982-1983.

65 4

Correspondence, 1983-1984.

65 5

Correspondence, Jan 1983-May 1983.

65 6

Correspondence, June 1983-Dec 1984.

65 7

Correspondence, 1984-1985 .

65 8

Correspondence with Hildegard Peplau, Oct 1984-April 1986.

66 1

Correspondence, 1985-1986.

66 2

Correspondence, 1986-1987 .

66 3

Correspondence, 1987-1988.

66 4

Correspondence, 1988-1989.

66 5

Correspondence with University of Kentucky Students, June-Dec 1988.

66 6

Correspondence with Dr. Miriam Hirschfeld, WHO, Nov-Dec 1989.

66 7

Correspondence Ruth McCorkle, June 1988-Oct 1999.

66 8

Correspondence, 1989-1990.

66 9

Correspondence with Sally Hutchinson, July 1985-April 1990.

67 1

Correspondence, 1989-2005.

67 2

Correspondence with Beth Norman, Oct 1990-Oct 1995 .

67 3

Faculty Records, 1980-1988.

67 4

Faculty Records, legal size, 1980-1988.

82 13

Rutgers Faculty Report, c. 1990-1992.

67 5

Activities, 1998.

67 6

Commencement, June 9, 1988.

67 7

University of Umea, Sweden, Course Lecturer, Sept 1986-Aug 1987.

67 8

Soule Distinguished Professorship, Cards and Letters, Mar 1987-Feb 1990.

67 9

Activities, 1989, 1998-1999.

67 10

VA National Ethics Center, Jan 1989-Feb 1991.

67 11

Amount of Grant Funds, c. 1990.

67 12

Sue Donaldson “Breakthroughs in Scientific Research”, July-Aug 2000.

67 13

New Jersey State Board of Nursing, May 1990-Jan 2004.

67 14

Women’s Military Memorial Foundation, c. 2005.

67 15

Papers of David Kahn- Protégé of JQB died, 2008, 1994, c. 2003.

68 1
Series 9.1.  Journals, c. 1983.
Box Folder

People to People, China Trip, Aug-Sept 1983.

68 2

ICN Meeting, Israel, June 1985.

68 3

IWG Meeting in China, Aug 1985.

68 4

Notes on Umea Sweden, University of Washington, and personal notes, Aug 1987-June 1988.

68 5

Notes on Kentucky, International Society for Nurses in Cancer Care, FAAN, IWG, Jan 1988-Feb 1989.

68 6

Journal, Feb 4, 1989-Mar 13, 1990.

68 7

Trip to Netherlands, April 21, 1991-Sept 10, 1991.

68 8

Journal, Includes Bob’s Illness, 1986-1987, 1994.

68 9

Journal, Includes IWG Meetings, Reunion at Fresno Hospital, Rutgers, Mar 15, 1990-April 20, 1991.

69 1

Journal, Includes AAN Meeting, Sept 12, 1991-Feb 19, 1992.

69 2

Journal, Feb 26, 1992-Sept 13, 1992.

69 3

Journal, Includes AAN Meeting, Sept 1992-April 17, 1993.

69 4

Oncology Nursing Society, Distinguished Research Award, Jean Johnson Conference, April 18, 1993-Jan 1, 1994.

69 5

Journal, Jan 1, 1994- Oct 30 1994.

69 6

Journal, Includes Reunion Fresno Hospital, IWG Meeting, AAN Meeting, Nov 1, 1994-May 14, 1996.

69 7

Journal, Includes IWG Meeting, 1996-1998.

69 8

Series 9.2.  Research Studies.

Series 9.2-1.  “A Course on Prevention, Focusing on Cancer, For Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants” (hereafter Cancer Prevention Course) National Cancer Institute, # N01-CN-95483,, 1979-1984 .
Scope and Contents note

The project goal was “to develop a course on cancer prevention for NPs [nurse practitioners] and PAs [physician assistants].” The focus of the courses was to teach professionals on how to use preventative health approaches to clinical practice, to apply those approaches to cancer prevention, and to critically evaluate new research findings. This project sought to bridge the gap between education and knowledge about preventative measures against cancer and unhealthy habits (cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption, etc.) and effectively changing human behavior to lessen the risks imposed by those habits. In addition, screening programs for cancer (mammograms, pap smear, etc.) were not often in practice as health professionals (NPs and PAs) have little if any knowledge, training, or experience with new techniques. This project aimed to train and educate NPs and PAs in preventative measures against cancer.

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Formative Evaluation Report- Pilot Course undated.

69 9

Technical Proposal, Feb 9, 1979.

69 10

Contract and Addendums, 1979-1982.

70 1

Grant Renewal, Oct 1972.

70 2

Evaluation Plan.

70 3

Budget, 1980-1983 .

70 4

Minutes and Meetings, Sept 1979-Dec 1980.

70 5

Correspondence, June 1979-Dec 1980, Sept 1981.

70 6

Correspondence, Feb 1981-Oct 1982.

70 7

Correspondence and Minutes, 1980-1983.

70 8

Correspondence and Minutes, 1980-1983.

71 1

Committee Minutes, Sept 1979-Mar 1981.

71 2

Site Visit by the National Cancer Institute, Jan 1981-Mar 1982.

71 3

“An External Audit Report Concerning the Course”, June 24, 1981.

71 4

Quarterly Reports, Jan 1980-Feb 1984 .

71 5

Self Study Module Syllabus.

71 6

Questionnaire, Sept-Oct 1981.

71 7

Course Evaluation Tables.

71 8

Objects III Report, c. 1983.

71 9

Self Study Module Report.

72 1

Workshop Module Syllabus.

72 2

Self Study module Syllabus.

72 3

Evaluation.

72 4

“A Randomized Clinical Trail of the Nursing Care for Lung Cancer Patients” in Cancer v. 64, Sept 1989.

72 5

“Home Nursing Interventions for Dying Patients and Their Spouses: Health Transitions for Those Left Behind”, Mar 1989.

72 6

Manuscripts, c. 1982.

72 7
Series 9.2-2.  “Cancer Patient Responses to Psychosocial Variables” (hereafter Cancer Patient Responses) HEW NU00730 and NU0C730-02,, July 1979-June 1981 .
Scope and Contents note

This study was based on interviews of lung cancer patients and heart disease patients and their reactions to having health problems. The overall objective of the study was “to develop a valid and reliable methodology to determine how successful patients cope with one or two chronic diseases and its consequences. It compared the characteristics of patients who coped well with advanced disease to those who were not coping well with confronting the disease and its impact on the individual, personal relationships and social dynamics.

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Grant, 1979-1981 . Restricted.

72 8

“Patients’ Responses to Cancer: A Psychosocial Analysis” HEW, Grant Application, 1980-1981.

72 9

Paper, “Patient Responses Psychosocial Variables: An Overview of the Study” presented at WICHE Denver CO May 1982, grant NU00730.

72 10

“A Manual of Data Collection Instruments”.

73 1

Staffing Questionnaire July 1978.

73 2

Cancer Patient Responses to Psychosocial Variables, Final Report, Sept 1983.

73 3

Coping Analysis Abstract for ANA, Sept 1983, 1981-Nov 1982.

73 4

First Interview Instruments and Coding, c. 1980.

73 5

Correspondence, July-Dec 1979.

73 6
Series 9.2-3.  “Stresses, Health and Coping of Women Graduate Students in the First Year of Study,” (hereafter Graduate Student Stress) Division of Nursing, Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, MD #NU00210,, 1982-1984 .
Scope and Contents note

This grant project explored the stresses and stress factors reported by graduate student nurses in general as to whether or not they were similar to stresses and stress factors reported during a previous research on stress and Oncology Transition Services students. OTS students reported stress linked to personal, educational, and clinical sources. This project focused on correlating student responses on demographic variables, background characteristics and type of graduate program with the stress check list instrument as well as responses to other stress list and survey instruments over the course of their graduate program.

Box Folder

Human Subjects Materials.

73 7

Consent Forms.

73 8

Graduate Student Stress Instruments and Protocols, May-July 1983.

73 9

Graduate Student Stress, Coding Guide, Winter 1982-June 1984.

73 10

Paper, “Stresses, Health and Coping of Women Graduate Students in the First Year of Study” at the 1st International Congress on Women’s Health Issues, Halifax Nova Scotia CA, Oct 3-5, 1984.

73 11

Paper, “Comparison of Stress and Health in Women Graduate Students”, 18th Communicating Nursing Research Conference, WICHE Seattle WA, May 1985.

73 12
Series 9.2-5.  “Evaluation of Cancer Management” (hereafter Cancer Management) University of Washington, Grant and Contract Services, #5 R01-NU01001-06,, April 1983-June 1986.
Scope and Contents note

On this grant project, Ruth McCorkle was the primary investigator and Dr. Benoliel was the co-investigator. The study investigated the effects of three different cancer management programs on psychosocial responses and coping effectiveness. To study those effects, the team randomly assigned lung cancer patients to either office care regimen, a standard home care regimen, or an oncology home care regimen. Data was collected every six weeks over a period of six months on participants’ level of symptom distress, social dependency, current concerns, mood changes, satisfaction with care, etc. After data collection, the investigators identified the common and specific effects of the three different regimens on the psychosocial responses and coping effectiveness of participants. Patients who died before the study was over, the spouse was given a closing interview and an optional offer to be a part of another grant study, “A Prospective and Concurrent Study of Spouse Bereavement.” (See Series 9 for that project).

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Grant Applications, April 1983-Mar 1986 .

73 13

Drafts.

73 14

Report of Study to Office on Smoking and Health, DHHS, June 1982.

73 15

Staff Support Interview Guide, June 1986 .

74 1

Instruments and Protocols.

74 2

Spouse and Patient Interviews, 1984-1985.

74 3

Social Dependency Interview Guide, c. 1984.

74 4

Social Dependency Coding, c. Mar 1984.

74 5

Social Dependency Scale Development, Aug-Dec 1980, 1983.

74 6

Interview Goal Statements (1126-1148), Nov 1984-April 1985 .

74 7

Interview Goal Statements (1106-1125), July-Dec 1984.

74 8

Interview Goal Statements (1066-1085), April-Nov 1984.

74 9

Interview Goal Statements (1001-1029), Oct 1983-Mar 1984.

74 10

Interview Goal Statements (1030-1065) Original Label “46 subjects died early”, Dec 1983-Oct 1984.

74 11

Interview Goal Statements (1083-1105), May 1984-Jan 1985.

74 12

Interview Goal Statements (1149-1177), Jan-Oct 1985.

75 1

Interview Goal Statements (1976-1172), Feb 1984-July 1985.

75 2

Interview Goal Statements (1002-1075), Nov 1983-Feb 1984.

75 3

Budget and Staff, 1983-1985.

75 4

Cancer Management, Manual on Chart Audits, 1984/85.

75 5

Survivor Follow Up Memo, July 1986.

75 6

Correspondence, Helen Palisin, Dec 1985-Mar 1986.

75 7

“Evaluation of Cancer Management” Final Report, c. 1986 .

75 8

“Distress, Dependency and Threat in Newly Disguised Cancer and Heart Disease Patients” in Multivariate Behavioral Research v. 21, 1986.

75 9

“A User Manual for the Symptom Distress Scale", Nov. 1998.

75 10

Chapter, “The Effects of Home Care on Patients’ Symptoms, Hospitalizations, and Complications” in Key Aspects of Comfort, ed. Sandra Funk etla. (Springer: New York), 1989.

75 11

Symptoms and Distress Papers in Social Science and Medicine v. 17, n. 7; in  Nursing and Health v.3 1980; in  Cancer Nursing , 1978.

75 12
Series 9.2-4.  "Psychology Oncology", University of Washington, Nursing Research Training Grant, NCI, T35 CA09472, 1983-1990.
Scope and Contents note

This grant funding was used to create a program at the University of Washington to support training nurses in psychology oncology at the predoctoral and postdoctoral level. Dr. Benoliel assumed the responsibilities of Program Director in January 1986. For the program’s purpose, psychology oncology referred to “cancer research that was concerned with the study of emotional health and illness as these are influenced by cultural, psychological, sociological, interpersonal, intrapsychic, physiological, and/or environmental circumstances”. The program would train nurses on applying theoretical and research method to psychology oncology using statistical procedures as well as computerized or other methods of data compilation and analysis.

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Meeting minutes, 1983-1986.

76 1

Grant Award, first year, 1985.

76 2

Fellowship announcement including correspondence, 1984-1986.

76 3

Fellowship form, 1984-1986.

76 4

Grant Award, Correspondence and information, etc. second year, 1985-1986.

76 5

Grant Award, second year, 1986-1987.

76 6

Grant Award, third year, 1987-1988.

76 7

Grant Award, third year, 1987.

76 8

Grant Award, third year, 1988.

76 9

Final Report, September 1, 1984-June 30, 1988.

76 10

Budget information, 1985-1986.

76 11

Correspondence Ruth McCorkle, incoming and outgoing, 1983-1986.

77 1

Correspondence Elaine Sirkis, incoming and outgoing, 1985-1988.

77 2

Correspondence General, incoming and outgoing, 1983-1986.

77 3

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Judith Saunders, 1984-1986.

77 4

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Mel Haberman, 1985-1988.

77 5

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Margaret Frances, 1985-1987.

77 6

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Letha Lierman, 1985-1990.

77 7

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Kathleen Stetz, 1984-1988.

77 8

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Linda Kay Birenbaum, 1986.

77 9

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Richard H. Steeves, 1988-1989.

77 10

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Jane B. Cornman, 1986-1988.

77 11
Series 9.2-6.  “A Prospective and Concurrent Study of Spouse Bereavement” (hereafter Spouse Bereavement) NIH 5R01 NR1626-02,, 1986-1988.
Scope and Contents note

The purpose of this study was “to compare data obtained from spouses before a patient’s death, with data obtained after the death. The aim is to document the impact of illness and death on the survivor’s health, their relationship with others, and the subsequent changes in their roles and activities.” Using standardized instruments and semi-structured interviews, the team gathered information from the spouse about symptoms, health perceptions, relationships, and bereavement. The data provides insight into the changes surviving spouses go through before and after death of a loved one from a serious illness. The interviews were conducted every six weeks for up 25 months. This study used the spouses of patients who were enrolled in another study, “Evaluation of Cancer Management”, but died before the six months of the other project was over. (See Series 9 for that project).

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Human Subjects, “Bereavement Follow Up of Lung Cancer Patients’ Spouses” Application, 1986-1989.

77 12

Spouse Bereavement Correspondence, July 1986-Mar 1989.

78 1

Spouse Bereavement Data and Reports, 1988-1989.

78 2

Spouse Bereavement Final Report, c. 1988 .

78 3
Series 9.2-7.  “Breast Self-Examination Study” Study I, University of Washington School of Nursing, Biomedical Research Support Grant 2S07RR05758; Study II NIH 1R01 01618-01,, c. 1987-1990 .
Scope and Contents note

This study investigated the frequency, method, and other variables of breast examinations performed by women on themselves. The study also considered the factor of using a partner in self breast examinations. The study attempted to inform women on the proper method of breast examinations to aid in screening for breast cancer and track their progress with maintain a routine.

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Minutes and Assessment Tools, July 1987-Feb 1990.

78 4

Paper, “The Theory of Reasoned Action in Prediction of Breast Self-Examination: A Comparison of Two Studies” in Health Care for Women International, April 1990.

78 5

Paper, “Predicting Breast Self-Examination Using the Theory of Reasoned Action” Presented at the 21st Annual Communicating Nursing Research, sponsored by WICHE, May 1988.

78 6
Series 9.2-8.  Unknown Study, Most Likely Graduate Student Stress or Child and Adult Transition Services.
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Patient Signed Consent forms A-B, c. 1983-1984 . restricted.

78 7

Spouse Interview Packet Codes, (1983-84).

78 8

Patient Interview Packet Codes.

78 9

Patient Interview Packets 2-6.

78 10

Spouse Interview Packets 2.

78 11

Interview Forms.

78 12

Interview Forms.

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Series 10.  Awards and Honors.

Scope and Contents note

This section contains the various awards and honors Dr. Benoliel achieved and received during her prolific career. Awards include honorary degrees from Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania (amongst others) as well as the Linda Richards Award of the National League of Nurses and the Arnold and Marie Schwartz Award from the American Nurses Association.

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ANA, Arnold and Marie Schwartz Award, June 1976; University of Washington, Distinguished Teaching Award, June 1988; University of California, Doctor of Nursing Science, June 1969.

79 1

Includes UCLA Commencement, WSRN Distinguished Research Award, St. Luke’s A Prayer for Nurses, June 1953, May 1989, c. 1939.

79 2

UCLA Award, 1972.

79 3

Awards, 1976-1989 .

79 4

Awards, 1976-1989.

79 5

Linda Richards Award, NLN, 1981.

79 6

Awards and Honors, 1985-c.1990s.

79 7

Awards, 1972-1989 .

79 8

Sigma Theta Tau- Distinguished Lecturer 1988-1989, Jan-July 1987, Jan 1989.

79 9

Honors, University of Washington, JQB Celebration Day May 15, 1989, 1988-1989.

79 10

Honorary Degree University of San Diego Graduate Commencement May 1989, Feb 1988-June 1989.

79 11
Flatbox Folder

Doctor of Stratgey Award, University of CA, parchment type handwritten, Mar 15, 1957 State of Washington, Board of Health Membership or Chairmanship, 1973, 1974, 1975 Doctor of Human Letters from University of San Diego, May 21, 1989 Distinguished Service Award of the American Cancer Society (deframed due to poor conditions), Nov 1984.

84 3
Box Folder

University of San Diego Commencement, Honorary Doctor, May 1989.

79 12

University of Pennsylvania, Honorary Degree- Doctor of Science, Dec 1992-May 1993.

79 13

Yale University Honorary Degree May 2002, Jan-July 2002.

79 14
Flatbox Folder

Yale University Honorary Degree, oversized, May 2002.

84 4
Box Folder

University of Washington- Benefactor Status, Feb 21, 2003.

80 1

Hall of Fame, Washington State Nurses Association, Mar 2004, Dec 2003-Mar 2004.

80 2

Herman Feifel Award, IWG, Tucson AZ, Mar 2004, Mar-April 2004.

80 3

Living Legend, American Academy of Nurses Nov 2004, Aug-Dec 2004.

80 4

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Research Award, Nov 2010.

80 5
Flatbox Folder

National Association of Medical Minority Educators, certificate, framed and matted, Mar 3, 2006.

84 7

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Series 11.  Photographs.

Scope and Contents note

The photographs of this collection include personal and professional images of Jeanne Quint Benoliel. The images document various trips taken for professional conferences and events that honored her or was honored at, including the AAN Living Legend Award as well as her honorary degree from Yale University and from University Pennsylvania. In addition, there are photographs of Dr. Benoliel dressed in her army uniform, her passport photos, her wedding reception in 1970, and other personal images.

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JQB in WWII Uniform (1), Portraits (2), unknown WWII removed from WWII correspondence (3), 1944, c. 1950s/70s.

80 6

Passport Photographs and Drivers’ License (1 of Husband, Robert Benoliel), c. 1943-c.1986.

80 7

Israel, Photographs (8) JQB and Students, 1972.

80 8

Japan, Photographs (9), JQB and Students, 1975.

80 9

ANA Commission on Nursing Research and Executive Committee of Council of Nursing Research, Washington D.C., May 10, 1976.

80 10

From the Helen Nahm Research Lecture, University of California, and other conferences, 1983.

80 11

Western Council on Higher Education for Nursing, Skit, 1984.

80 12

IWG Award, Tucson AZ 2004, Photographs from Inge Corless, Mar 2004.

80 13

IWG Award, Tucson AZ 2004, Photographs from Sarah Miles and Herman Meigburg (3), Mar 2004.

80 14

IWG Award, Tucson AZ 2004, Group Photograph from Bob and Marcy Wrenn (1), Mar 2004.

80 15

IWG Award, Tucson AZ, (16), Mar 2004.

80 16

Large size, Group Photos with JQB (7).

80 17

Open Flip Album (48).

80 18

Black and White and Assorted Color Photographs, University of Washington, 1986, 1988, 1993.

81 1
Flatbox Folder

Photograph Album, containing colored photos of “A Celebration for Jeanne Quint-Benoliel”, University of Washington, May 15, 1989.

84 5
Box Folder

Large Photographs 2000-2007.

81 2

IWG Meeting Athens/Delphi (17), 1996.

81 3

IWG Meeting Oxford (13).

81 4

Various (31), 1990-2009.

81 5

Photographs: (2) Professional headshots c. 1951, 1954-1955; (1) JQB with husband Robert; (2) (left to right) May Spears, JQB, Unknown at Miline Bay, New Guinea 1944.

81 6

Photographs (3) Breast Self Examination from Poster- JQB and L(inda) Lierman c. 1989.

81 7

Large Photographs:, Various Awards and Honors UCLA School of Nursing 10th Anniversary 1958 (paper copy); ANA Arnold and Marie Schwartz Award, Atlantic City NJ June 9 1976 (3); JQB in Eilat, Israel 1972; Roger Johnson and JQB 1972; NLN Linda Richards Award, June 1981 (3); ACS Distinguished Service Award New York City Nov 1984 (3); JQB and her cat Morris, University of Pennsylvania, Honorary Doctor 2004 (1) and group photo including Hilary Clinton 2004.

81 8
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A black and white group photo removed from frame and matt because of broken glass. Photo appears to be in good condition. 6th Western Training Laboratory, University of California, Lake Arrowhead, Some images autographed, oversized, Aug 1957.

84 6

University of Pennsylvania, Honorary Degree, group photo of 5 men and 3 in front of flags, includes Hilary Clinton, Color photo in red frame, matted, oversized.

84 8
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(2) MERIMNA, Society for the Care of Children Facing Illness and Death, Athens, Greece, Sept 1996.

81 9

(6) Family Portraits, including JQB at 5 weeks old with her Great-Grandmother, 1919-c. 1930s.

81 10

Wedding of Jeanne Quint and Robert Benoliel, (8) colored photos, (11) negative strips, Feb 14, 1970.

81 11

(3) AAN Living Legend Award, UCSF Reception, 2002.

81 12

(20) Yale Honorary Degree, May 2002.

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Series 12.  Audio and Visual Materials.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the audio and visual materials of the collection. This includes audio cassette tapes of papers presented at conferences, her own public speeches, and other audio materials of interest to Dr. Benoliel. In addition, there are 2 video cassette tapes, one of an interview of JQB and the other the Oncology Nursing Society’s “Those Were Hard Days”.

Videotapes.
Box
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HS TDK Interview Jean Quint Benoliel, Feb 17, 2006 .

KCA-15 187 Oncology Nursing Society “Those were Hard Days” Produced by Health & Science Communications. 12:00., July 1, 1987.

Audiotapes.
Box
83

Memorex 60, Patti Mulhern with JQB, July 22, 1987 .

National Nursing Network. Keynote Address Monday Nov. 8 Dr. Balfour Mount 2-43-82.

“Healing Meditations” Exceptional Cancer Patients. Bernie Siegel, M.D., 1988 .

ATP GPC 60. “Perspectives” Prof. Jeanne Q. Benoliel “Death and Dying in America.” Produced by KVI Radio & UW New Services, March 2, 1980.

Empowering the Nurse: Applying New Findings to Clinical Practice. Side A “Applying Research Findings- What’s It All About?” Marilynn Bookbinder and Side B “Sherlock Holms Revisited: Building A Case for Patient Decision Making” Kaareen Neufeld. Cincinnati OH, May 4, 1994.

Rezound Copy Cassette C-63. Side 1 Healing Journey * Emmett E. Hiller, M.D. & Raphael. Side 2 Healing Journey – Breathing Music.

National Public Radio broadcast, 15 min. Loyal Garner Jr. Case., Aug 10, 1988.

H.L. Dreyfus Side A and Side B.

Oncology Nursing Society, 2nd Annual Conference, A Distinguished Tradition of Research “Self Care: Ready Or Not!” M. Dodd.

Memorex ATC 60. The Problem Oriented Medical Record L.L. Weed in Atlanta. 2 sides.

Power, Politics & Woman’s Work.

BASF 60. Mary Vachon. Bereavement Prediction Part III., Apr 13, 1983.

RTP GPC 60. RWG. Side 3., May 16, 1988.

Magnetic Recording Tape Allegro. 225 Feet Polyester. #1 Unanswered Question Charles Ives. #Palestrina – Mission Veni Sponsa Christi.

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Series 13.  Lecture Slides.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the lecture slides Dr. Benoliel used for presentations. There are 5 cases of slides, mostly labeled by JQB, and each case contains up to 300 slides. Slides are filed 2 per slot in many instances. The lecture the slides belong to have been identified as much as possible, including one presentation she gave about her personal career path.

Case 1 300 slides.
Box
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Unknown Lecture on Coping and Grief (42 slides).

Edvard Munch, Images of his Painting (9 slides).

Kathe Kollwitz, Images of her Paintings (26 slides).

John Millais, Image of his Painting (1 slide).

Discipline of Nursing Lecture (approximately 138 slides).

Levels of Moral Philosophy Lecture (84 slides).

Case 2 73 Slides.
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Unknown Lecture (7 slides).

JQB (2 slides).

20th Century Death Movement Lecture (22 slides).

Unknown Lecture (24 slides).

Women Graduate Student Stress Study (18 slides).

Case 3 297 slides.
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Masculine Dominance Health Care (26 slides).

Principles of Palliative Care (61 slides).

A Theoretical Framework: Life-threatening Experience as Human Transition (approximately 70).

Personal Slides- Images of JQB, Judy Johnson and others c. 1981-1986 (6 slides).

Cultural and Social Oncology (65 slides).

Review Lecture: Palliative Care at 5th International Conference on Cancer Nursing (69 slides).

Case 4 263 slides.
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Various Slides based on Research Projects (Care-Cure, Responses to Psychosocial Variables, Women’s Stress, etc.) (75).

Artistry (4).

Various Slides (mainly Women’s Stress) (33).

Women Graduate Student Stress Presentation Stresses, Health, and Coping” (151).

Case 5 300 slides.
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Areas of Reading Lecture (ideas for writing; includes comic strips) (89).

Research Influence on Ideas: A Personal Experience (includes slides of JQB and coworkers) (48 slides).

Politics of Nursing Research Lecture (17 slides).

A Comparison of Frequent and Infrequent BSE Performers (40 slides).

Professional Loss Lecture (9 slides).

The Lived Experience of Cancer (23 slides).

Multiple Meanings of Pain (48 slides).

The Cancer Experience (26 slides).

Slides, unknown Presentation.
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Series 14.  Artifacts.

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Distinguished Merit Award, International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (metal, in a box).

81

Pins from WWII Army Uniform 2 bar pins 2 "U.S." pins 2 Nurse pins, c. 1944.

81

Buttons from WWII Army Uniform 4 small 4 large, c. 1944.

81

2 patches from WWII Army Uniform, c. 1944.

81

Jeanne C. Quint Dogtags from WWII, c. 1945.

81

Medallion: “The Third Helen Nahm Research Lecture” UCSF, June 10, 1983.

81

UCLA For Distinguished Service medallion on a ribbon.

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