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Nursing Management

August 2009, Volume 40 Number 8 , p 29 - 36

Authors

  • Mary Lou Jenkins RN, MSN, EdD
  • Karen Wikoff RN, PhD
  • Linda Amankwaa RN, PhD
  • Barbara Trent RN, EdD

Abstract


Jenkins, Mary Lou RN, MSN, EdD; Wikoff, Karen RN, PhD; Amankwaa, Linda RN, PhD; Trent, Barbara RN, EdD

Issue: Volume 40(8), August 2009, p 29–36 Publication Type: [Feature] Publisher: © 2009 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): Mary Lou Jenkins is a clinical nurse educator at Lodi Memorial Hospital and a faith community nurse in Lodi, Calif. She's also adjunct nursing faculty at San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, Calif. Karen Wikoff is director of Quality Management, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, Chula Vista, Calif. Linda Amankwaa is associate faculty, doctoral mentor, at the University of Phoenix. Barbara Trent is associate faculty, University of Phoenix Online. Consider the health needs of individuals as integrated persons rather than as biological systems . The authors have disclosed that they have no financial relationships related to this article. Figure. No caption available.

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