Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 19, 2001: Women's Health Research

Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 19, 2001: Women's Health Research

by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick

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Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
Annual Review of Nursing Research Series, #19
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

    Part I: Introduction
  1. What We Know and How We Know It: Contributions from Nursing to Women's Health Research and Scholarship, Diana Taylor and Nancy Woods
  2. Conceptual Models for Women's Health Research: Reclaiming Menopause as an Exemplar of Nursing's Contributions to Feminist Scholarship, Linda C. Andrist and Kathleen MacPherson

  3. Part II: Research on Women's Social Roles and Health
  4. Women as Mothers and Grandmothers, Angela Barron McBride and Cheryl Prohaska Shore
  5. Women and Employment: A Decade Review, Marcia Gruis Killien
  6. Interventions for Women as Family Caregivers, Margaret J. Bull

  7. Part III: Research on Diversity and Women's Health
  8. Lesbian Health and Health Care, Linda A. Berhard
  9. Immigrant Women and Their Health, Karen Aroian

  10. Part IV: Research on Women's Health and Illness Issues
  11. Women & Stress, Cheryl Cahill
  12. Sleep and Fatigue, Kathryn A. Lee
  13. Intimate Partner Violence against Women, Janice Humphreys, Barbara Parker, and Jacquelyn Campbell
  14. Health Decisions and Decision Support for Women, Marilyn L. Rothert and Annette M. O'Connor
  15. Female Troubles: An Analysis of Menstrual Cycle Research in the NINR Portfolio as a Model for Science Development in Women's Health, Nancy King Reame

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