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Brandon/Hill Selected List of Nursing Books and Journals.

Published on Jan 1, 1998in Nursing Outlook2.54
· DOI :10.1067/mno.2000.105501
Dorothy R. Hill1
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(ISMMS: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai),
Henry N. Stickell4
Estimated H-index: 4
(ISMMS: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
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N ursing Outlook readers who are interested in developing collections of nursing books and journals need no introduction to the list of 355 books and 84 journals that follows the Brandon/ Hill list. More than 18 years have elapsed since Alfred N. Brandon and I published the first "Selected List of Nursing Books and Journals" in Nursing Outlook in 1979.1 The positive response over the years by both nurses and librarians has been overwhe lming . We have been genu ine ly pleased that our work has been accepted by so many colleagues as a reliable source for developing print nursing collections. In fact, the 1998 update is being published in the January/February issue of Nursing Outlook rather than the March/April issue because many people have to spend their book money early in the calendar year, and they believe that having early access to the nursing list would make it more useful to them. The goal of this list has not changed since its first publication. Then and now, it is intended to be a selection guide for individuals, sometimes with little background knowledge, who are charged with the responsibility of choosing nursing publications for a library or a departmental collection. It is not presented as a "standard" or the "one-and-only" nursing collection. Hypothetically, if I were charged with the task of developing a current nursing book and journal collection, these are the books and journals I would have chosen at the time the manuscript was submitted for publication.
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Published on Dec 12, 2013
Lucille F. Whaley5
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Donna L. Wong9
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Nursing care of infants and children , Nursing care of infants and children , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز
Published on Dec 9, 2013
Donna L. Wong9
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Caryn Stoermer Hess1
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Unit 1: ASSESSMENT. Unit 2: HEALTH PROMOTION. Unit 3: PEDIATRIC VARIATIONS OF NURSING INTERVENTIONS. Unit 4: NURSING CARE PLANS. Unit 5: COMMUNITY AND HOME CARE INSTRUCTIONS. Unit 6: REFERENCE DATA.
Published on Dec 9, 2013
linda denise oakley1
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claudette potter1
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This valuable new resource provides basic mental health care information to assist advanced practice nurses in family and adult care with the assessment, treatment and referral of patients with mental disorders or psychosocial problems. Professionals practising in primary settings will be helped by the jargon-free, practical, and concise presentation of information. Foundational chapters review basic mental health concepts, skills, interventions, and severe mental illness. Mental health disorder...
Published on Oct 29, 2004
Mary Lou Sole17
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Deborah Goldenberg Klein1
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Marthe J. Moseley1
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Part I: Fundamental Concepts. Overview of Critical Care Nursing. Individual and Family Response to the Critical Care Experience. Ethical and Legal Issues in Critical Care. Part II: Tools for the Critical Care Nurse. Dysrhythmia Interpretation. Hemodynamic Monitoring. Ventilatory Assistance. Code Management. Part III: Nursing Care During Critical Illness. Shock. Cardiac Alterations. Nervous System Alterations. Acute Respiratory Failure. Acute Renal Failure. Hematologic and Immune Disorders. Gastr...
Published on Jan 1, 2012
Richard D. Muma5
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Barbara Ann Lyons1
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Table of Contents: An approach to patient education -- Selecting and evaluating sources of patient education materials -- Behavior modification -- Complementary and alternative medicine -- Managing medication nonadherence -- Incorporating patient education into clinical practice -- Eye, ear, nose, and throat -- Pulmonary disorders -- Cardiovascular disorders -- Rheumatologic disorders -- Endocrine disorders -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Renal disorders -- Neurologic disorders -- Neoplastic di...
Published on Dec 21, 2010
Elizabeth N. Arnold1
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Kathleen Underman Boggs1
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This text helps students and nurses to communicate effectively with their clients, peers and other healthcare members. This edition includes expanded sections on intercultural communication, family and group communication in a new two-column format.
Published on Dec 1, 2017
Jeri A. Milstead1
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Elizabeth Furlong2
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Marlene Wilken2
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Relied upon by faculty as a centerpiece for their health policy courses, the newly updated Fourth Edition of Health Policy and Politics: A Nurse's Guide continues to expand on the relationship between health policy and politics as they relate to the field of nursing. A timely and relevant revision, the Fourth Edition includes a completely updated chapter on economics and contains the most current information on the politics surrounding health policy. Practicing clinicians and administrators will...
Published on Dec 12, 2013
Sheila Sparks Ralph1
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Cynthia M. Taylor1
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Contributors Preface The Nursing Process Nursing Diagnoses and Critical Pathways Part 1: Adult Health Part 2: Adolescent Health Part 3: Child Health Part 4: Maternal-Neonatal Health Part 5: Geriatric Health Part 6: Community-based Health Part 7: Psychiatric and Mental Health Appendices: Selected Nursing Diagnoses by Medical Diagnosis Gordon's Functional Health Patterns NANDA International Index
Published on Oct 29, 2007
Linda D. Urden12
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Kathleen M. Stacy6
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Mary E. Lough9
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UNIT ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF CRITICAL CARE NURSING PRACTICE 1. Caring for the Critically Ill Patient 2. Ethical and Legal Issues 3. Patient and Family Education UNIT TWO: COMMON PROBLEMS IN CRITICAL CARE 4. Psychosocial Alterations 5. Sleep Alterations 6. Nutritional Alterations 7. Gerontological Alterations 8. Pain and Pain Management 9. Sedation, Delirium, and Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Assessment and Management 10. End-of-Life Care UNIT THREE: CARDIOVASCULAR ALTERATIONS 11. Cardiovascular Clini...
Published on Apr 1, 1996
Linda Lane Lilley2
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Scott Harrington2
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Julie S. Snyder2
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Part One: Pharmacology Basics Study Skills Tips: Introduction to Study Skills Concepts * The Nursing Process and Drug Therapy * Pharmacologic Principles * Life Span Considerations * Cultural, Legal, and Ethical Considerations * Gene Therapy and Pharmacogenetics * Medication Errors: Preventing and Responding * Patient Education and Drug Therapy * Over-the-Counter Drugs and Herbal and Dietary Supplements * Substance Abuse * Photo Atlas of Drug Administration Part Two: Drugs Affecting the Central N...
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本論文は日本と韓国の看護英語課程教育とその推進に関して概観及び内省的分析を行い,その結果と考察について検討したものである。本研究はカナダの2つの課程(韓国人の学士看護学生が所属)と日本の6つの課程(日本人の学士看護学生が所属)を含めている。また,保健医療における英語の更なる必要性に関する文献について述べている。さらにニーズ分析に関して,8つの看護英語課程,看護課程関係者を含む状況,コースデザインとその改善及び評価について検討している。その後全体的な結果,考察,その分析から明らかになった傾向について述べ,最後に将来の看護課程に向けた提言を行うとともに,本研究の限界と全体的結論を述べている。
Published on Dec 1, 2010in Research in Nursing & Health1.68
E. Alison Holman20
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(UCI: University of California, Irvine),
Jennifer Perisho1
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(UCLA: University of California, Los Angeles)
+ 1 AuthorsNatalie Mlakar1
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(UCI: University of California, Irvine)
Nurses often help patients cope with loss. Recent research has cast doubt on the validity of early theories about loss and grief commonly taught to nurses. We systematically examined the accuracy of information on coping with loss presented in 23 commonly used undergraduate psychiatric nursing books. All 23 books contained at least one unsupported assumption (myth) about loss and grief. In 78% of these books, authors described four or more myths and only one evidence-based finding about coping w...
Published on Jan 1, 2007in Journal of The Medical Library Association2.42
Kristine M. Alpi8
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Mary G. Adams1
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to identify the journals most cited in public health and community nursing and to determine which databases provide the most thorough indexing access to these journals. This study is part of the Medical Library Association Nursing and Allied Health Resource Section's project to map the nursing literature. Methods: Two source journals of public health nursing, Public Health Nursing and Journal of Community Health Nursing, were subjected to citation analys...
Published on Apr 1, 2006in Journal of The Medical Library Association2.42
Mark Spasser3
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Arlene Weismantel1
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Objective: This paper describes a citation analysis of the literature of rehabilitation nursing, conducted as part of the Medical Library Association's Nursing and Allied Health Section's the “Mapping the Literature of Nursing Project.” Methods: One core journal, Rehabilitation Nursing, was selected, being both the official journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses and the only journal devoted exclusively to rehabilitation nursing. Citations were analyzed according to format and date a...
Published on Apr 1, 2006in Journal of The Medical Library Association2.42
Margaret (Peg) Allen4
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Melody M. Allison5
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Sheryl Stevens1
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(UT: University of Toledo)
Objectives: As part of a project to map the literature of nursing, sponsored by the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section of the Medical Library Association, this study identifies core journals cited in nursing education journals and the indexing services that cover the cited journals. Methods: Three nursing education source journals were subjected to a citation analysis of articles from 1997 to 1999, followed by an analysis of database access to the most frequently cited journal titles. R...
Published on Apr 1, 2006in Journal of The Medical Library Association2.42
Melody M. Allison5
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Objectives: A bibliometric investigation was done to identify characteristics of the literature that nephrology nurses utilize. It is one component of a broader study, “Mapping the Literature of Nursing,” by the Medical Library Association's Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section Task Force to Map the Literature of Nursing. Methods: Following a standard protocol, this project utilized Bradford's Law of Scattering to analyze the literature of nephrology nursing. Citation analysis was done on...
Published on Apr 1, 2006in Journal of The Medical Library Association2.42
Susan Kaplan Jacobs6
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Objectives: As part of a project to map the literature of nursing, sponsored by the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section of the Medical Library Association, this study identifies core journals cited in maternal-child/gynecologic nursing and the indexing services that access the cited journals. Methods: Three source journals were selected and subjected to a citation analysis of articles from 1996 to 1998. Results: Journals were the most frequently cited format (74.1%), followed by books (1...
Published on Apr 1, 2006in Journal of The Medical Library Association2.42
Margaret (Peg) Allen4
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Susan Kaplan Jacobs6
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June R. Levy3
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Introduction: This project is a collaborative effort of the Task Force on Mapping the Nursing Literature of the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section of the Medical Library Association. This overview summarizes eighteen studies covering general nursing and sixteen specialties. Method: Following a common protocol, citations from source journals were analyzed for a three-year period within the years 1996 to 2000. Analysis included cited formats, age, and ranking of the frequency of cited jou...