Orlando, I. (1961). The dynamic nurse-patient relationship. New York: G. P. Putnam s Sons.

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Ida Jean Orlando (Pelletier)

 

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Bibliografi 

 

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Orlando, I. (1961). The dynamic nurse-patient relationship. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons.

Orlando, I. (1972). The discipline and teaching of nursing process. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons.

Orlando, I. J. (1990). The dynamic nurse-patient relationship (Pub. No. 15–2341). New York: National League for Nursing.

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Orlando, I. (1962). Function, process and principle of professional nursing practice. In

Integration of mental health concepts in the human relations professions (pp. 87–106). New York: Bank Street College of Education.

Tidsskriftsartikler

 

Orlando, I. (1987). Nursing in the 21st century: Alternate path. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 12, 405–412.

Orlando, I. J., & Dugan, A. (1989, Feb.). Independent and dependent paths: The fundamental issue for the nursing profession. Nursing and Health Care, 2, 77–80.

Pelletier, I. O. (1967). The patient’s predicament and nursing function. Psychiatric Opinion, 4, 25–30.

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Ida Orlando the deliberative nursing process. (1997). In The nurse theorists portraits of excellence (CD-ROM). Athens, OH: Fuld Institute for Technology in Nursing Education.

Pelletier, I. O. (1988). The nurse theorist: Portraits of excellence. Ida Orlando Pelletier

(Videotape). Athens, OH: Fuld Institute for Technology in Nursing Education.

 

Sekundærlitteratur 

Bøger

 

Chinn, P. L., & Kramer, M. K. (1991). Theory and nursing: A systematic approach (3rd ed., pp. 177–178). St. Louis: Mosby.

Chinn, P. L., & Kramer, M. K. (1999). Theory and nursing—Integrated knowledge development

(5th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

Chinn, P. L., & Kramer, M. K. (2004). Integrated knowledge development in nursing (6th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

Fawcett, J. (2000). Analysis and evaluation of contemporary nursing knowledge: Nursing models and theories. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Kim, H. S., & Kollack, I. (1999). Nursing theories—Conceptual and philosophical foundations.

New York: Springer Publishing.

Meleis, A. (1985). Theoretical nursing: Development and progress. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott.

Meleis, A. (1998). Theoretical nursing: Development and progress (3rd ed.). New York: J. B. Lippincott.

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Nursing Theories Conference Group, & J. B. George (Chairperson). (1980). Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Schmieding, N. J. (1993). Ida Jean Orlando: A nursing process theory. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

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Andrews, C. M. (1989). Ida Orlando’s model of nursing practice. In J. J. Fitzpatrick & A. L. Whall (Eds.), Conceptual models of nursing—Analysis and application (2nd ed.). Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.

Boyd, M. A. (1998). Theoretical basis of psychiatric nursing. In M. A. Boyd & M. A. Nihart (Eds.), Psychiatric nursing—Contemporary practice. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

Burgess, A. W. (1997). Psychiatric nursing. In A. W. Burgess (Ed.), Psychiatric nursing: Promoting mental health. Stamford, CT: Appleton & Lange.

Crane, M. D. (1985). Ida Jean Orlando. In J. B. George (Ed.), Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice (3rd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Diers, D. (1997). What is nursing? In J. C. McCloskey & H. K. Grace (Eds.), Current issues in nursing (5th ed., pp. 5–12). St. Louis: Mosby.

Leonard, M. K., & George, J. B. (1995). Ida Jean Orlando. In J. B. George (Ed.), Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice (4th ed.). Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.

Meleis, A. I. (1991). Ida Orlando theory description. In A. I. Meleis (Ed.), Theoretical nursing: Development and progress (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott.

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Meleis, A. I. (1997). Ida Orlando theory description. In A. I. Meleis (Ed.), Theoretical nursing: Development and progress (3rd ed.). New York: J. B. Lippincott.

Mertz, H. (1962). Nurse actions that reduce stress in patients. In Emergency intervention by the nurse (Monograph 1). New York: American Nurses Association.

Mischo-Kelling, M., & Wittneben, K. (1995). In M. Mischo-Kelling (Ed.), Ida Jean Orlando Pelletier: Zur bedeutungproblematischer situationen. Pfledgebidung und pflegetheorien (pp. 184–187). Baltimore: Urban & Schwarzenberg.

Schmieding, N. J. (1983). An analysis of Orlando’s theory based on Kuhn’s theory of science. In P. L. Chinn (Ed.), Advances in nursing theory development. Rockville, MD: Aspen.

Schmieding, N. J. (1986). Orlando’s theory. In P. Winstead-Fry (Ed.), Case studies in nursing theory. New York: National League for Nursing.

Schmieding, N. J. (2000). Orlando’s nursing process theory. In M. R. Alligood & A. M. Tomey (Eds.), Nursing theory: Utilization & application (2nd ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

Schumacher, L. P., Fisher, S., Marriner Tomey, A., Mills, D. I., & Sauter, M. K. (1998). Ida Jean Orlando (Pelletier)—Nursing process theory. In A. M. Tomey & M. R. Alligood (Eds.),

Nursing theorists and their work (4th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

Wesley, R. L. (1995). Orlando’s theory of the deliberative nursing process. In R. L. Wesley (Ed.), Nursing theories and models (2nd ed.). Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Afhandlinger

 

Olson, J. K. (1993). Relationships between nurse expressed empathy, patient perceived empathy and patient distress. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Wayne State University, Detroit.

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Ponte-Reid, P.A. (1988). The relationships among empathy and the use of Orlando’s deliberative process by the primary nurse and the distress of the adult cancer patient. Unpublished

doctoral dissertation. Boston University, Boston.

Schmieding, N. (1983). A description and analysis of the directive process used by directors of nursing, supervisors, and head nurses in problematic situations based on Orlando’s theory of nursing experience. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Boston University, Boston.

Sellers, S. C. (1991). A philosophical analysis of conceptual models of nursing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Tidsskriftsartikler

 

Dumas, R. (1963). Psychological preparation for surgery. American Journal of Nursing, 63, 52– 55.

Dye, M. (1963). Clarifying patients’ communications. American Journal of Nursing, 63, 56–59.

Eisler, J., Wolfer, J., & Diers, D. (1972). Relationship between need for social approval and postoperative recovery and welfare. Nursing Research, 21, 520–525.

Elder, R. (1963). What is the patient saying? Nursing Forum, 11, 25–37.

Elms, R., & Leonard, R. (1966). Effects of nursing approaches during admission. Nursing Research, 15, 39–48.

Haggerty, L. (1987). An analysis of senior nursing students’ immediate response to distressed patients. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 12, 451–461.

Harrison, C. (1966). Deliberative nursing process versus automatic nurse action—The care of a chronically ill man. Nursing Clinics of North America, 1(3), 387–397.

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Henderson, V. (1978). The concept of nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 3, 113–130.

Larson, P., Sr. (1977). Nursing perceptions of patient characteristics. Nursing Research, 26, 416– 421.

Lipson, J. G., & Meleis, A. I. (1983). Issues in health care of Middle Eastern patients. The Western Journal of Medicine, 139, 854–861.

Meleis, A. I. (1998). Revisions in knowledge development: A passion for substance. Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 12(1), 65–77.

Nagle, L. M. (1999). A matter of extinction or distinction. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32, 71–82.

Ponte-Reid, P. A. (1992). Distress in cancer patients and primary nurses’ empathy skills. Cancer Nursing, 15(4), 283–292.

Princeton, J. (1986). Incorporating a deliberative nursing approach with breast-feeding mothers.

Health Care for Women International, 7, 277–293.

Schmieding, N. (1987). Analyzing managerial responses in face-to-face contacts. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 12, 357–365.

Schmieding, N. (1987). Problematic situations in nursing: Analysis of Orlando’s theory based on Dewey’s theory of inquiry. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 12, 431–440.

Schmieding, N. (1988). Action process of nurse administrators to problematic situations based on Orlando’s theory. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 13, 99–107.

Schmieding, N. (1990). A model for assessing nurse administrator’s actions. Western Journal of Nursing, 12(3), 293–306.

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Schmieding, N. (1990). An integrative nursing theoretical framework. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 15, 463–467.

Schmieding, N. (1990). Do head nurses include staff in problem solving? Nursing Management, 21(3), 58–60.

Schmieding, N. (1991). Relationship between head nurse responses to staff nurses and staff nurse responses to patients. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 13(6), 746–760.

Schmieding, N. J. (1970). Relationship of nursing to the process of chronicity. Nursing Outlook, 18(2), 58–62.

Schmieding, N. J. (1984). Putting Orlando’s theory into practice. American Journal of Nursing, 83, 759–761.

Schmieding, N. J. (1993). Nurse empowerment through context, structure and process. Journal of Professional Nursing, 9(4), 239–245.

Schmieding, N. J. (1993). Successful superior-subordinate relationships require mutual management. Health Care Supervisor, 11(4), 52–63.

Schmieding, N. J. (1999). Reflective inquiry framework for nurse administrators. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 30(3), 631–639.

Sheafor, M. (1991). Productive work groups in complex hospital units. Journal of Nursing Administration, 21(5), 25–30.

Tryon, P. A., & Leonard, R. C. (1964). The effect of patients’ participation on the outcome of a nursing procedure. Nursing Forum, 3(2), 79–89.

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