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Cornelia Maria Ruland   

             

 

Cornelia Maria Ruland

RN,Ph.D

 

Middle Range Nursing Theory: End of Life Care 

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Informatics,
Columbia University, New York
cornelia.ruland@dmi.columbia.edu

Director, Center for Shared Decision Making and Nursing Research,
Rikshospitalet National Hospital Oslo, Norway
Phone: +47 23075460
Fax:     +47 23075450 cornelia.ruland@rikshospitalet.no

Other Affiliations:
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Community and Family Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH
Adjunct Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, University of Iowa, Iowa City
 

Curriculum Vitae: Cornelia Maria Ruland (PDF)

 

Example Papers:  

Theory construction based on standards of care: a proposed theory of the peaceful end of life. Nurs Outlook. 1998;46:169-175

Ruland, C. M., Kresevic, D., & Lorensen, M. (1997). Including patient preferences in nurses' assessment of elderly patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 6, 495-504.

Ruland CM, Moore SM. Theory construction based on standards of care: a proposed theory of the peaceful end of life. Nurs Outlook. 1998;46:169-175.

 

Selected Publications. Ruland.

Cornelia M. Ruland, RN, PhD

  • End of Life Care - Nurses alter the environment so that a significant other would have the privacy to share the bed with the loved one or so that various religious or cultural customs could be enacted. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)

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