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Ann L. Whall
Ann L. Whall
PhD, RN, FAAN
Middle Range Nursing Theory: Disruptive Behavior.
Ann L. Whall, PhD, RN, FAAN
School of Nursing,
University of Michigan.
Ann Whall, PhD, RN, FAAN, is Principal Investigator on a
five-year (1999-2004) research grant which models factors
related to display of aggressive behaviors in dementia. Dr.
Whall is also Associate Director of the Geriatrics Center, a
Faculty Associate at the Institute of Gerontology, and a
Co-director of a project on Partners in Quality Care of the
University of Michigan Medical School.
Conceptual Models of Nursing: Analysis and Application.
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and Application. Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Ann L. Whall. (Barnes &
Noble.) April 1996
Whall, Ann; Black, Margaret; Groh, Carla; et al. The Effect of
Natural Environments Upon Agitation and Aggression in Late
Stage Dementia Patients. American Journal of Alzheimer’s
Disease. (September/October 1997), v. 12(5), pp. 216-20
Kolanowski, A. & Whall, A. (2000). Toward holistic
theory-based intervention for dementia behavior. Holistic
Nursing Practice, 14(2), 67-76.
Aggressive Physical Behavior: Background and Proximal Factors
Principal Investigator: Dr. Ann Whall.
Ann M. Kolanowski, PhD, RN | Research
The purpose of this study, one of a trio, that comprises an
Interactive Research Project Grant, is to determine which
background and proximal factors as explicated in the
need-driven Dementia-compromised Behavior Model predicts
aggressive physical behavior in persons with dementia.
|Conceptual Models of
Nursing : Analysis and Application (4th Edition)
This book teaches how to interrelate nursing diagnoses with a variety of conceptual models. The
new edition remains focused on major nursing theories, while also adding new chapters on the
"Relationship Between Nursing Conceptual Models and Nursing Diagnosis" and the use of "Nursing
Diagnosis as a Conceptual Framework." Nursing students.
Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 4 edition (June 22, 2004)
Development in Nursing: State of the Science and Art
Hardcover: 397 pages
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company (April 1, 1991)
|Family Therapy Theory
for Nursing: Four Approaches
Paperback: 174 pages
Publisher: Appleton & Lange (December 1, 1986)
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