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Gayle M. Roux        



Gayle M. Roux
Ph.D, RN, CNS, NP-


Theory of Inner Strength in Women

Gayle M. Roux
Assistant Professor
Virginia Commonwealth University.
E-mail: gmroux@vcu.edu

  • Inner Strength in Women - The theory of inner strength has important implications for health care providers to improve health outcomes and symptom management for women living with chronic illness. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)

Sample publications:
Roux, G., Dingley, C., & Bush, H. (2002). Inner strength in women: Metasynthesis of qualitative findings in theory development. Journal of Theory Construction and Testing, 6(1), 4-15.

Dingley, C., Bush, H., & Roux, G. (2001). Inner strength in women recovering from coronary heart disease: A grounded theory. Journal of Theory Construction and Testing, 5(2), 45-52.

Sample Presentations:
Inner Strength in Women with Chronic Health Conditions November, 2003. - Gayle Marie Roux, PhD, RN, CNS, NP-C, School of Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA and Catherine E. Dingley, MSN, FNP, School of Nursing, University of Colorado Health Science Center, Denver, CO, USA.

"Inner Strength in Women: A Grounded Theory." Qualitative Health Research International Conference, Vancouver, Canada, February 20, 1998.

"Inner Strength in Women: A Grounded Theory." Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention, December 3, 1997, Indianapolis, IN.

Available Publications


Medical-Surgical Nursing
Thorough coverage of the concepts that provide the framework for med-surg nursing, including papthophysiology, nursing assessment and care and critical thinking for the management of common medical conditions and surgical procedures. The Nursing Core Series presents a clear alternative to today's unwieldy--and costly--nursing textbooks. Each title is carefully developed to cover course material to satisfy course requirements and help students prepare for success on the NCLEX exam. The content focuses on the core material for the course--developed in conjunction with the best ideas from faculty, students, and recent graduates. Produced in an attractive two-color format, the Series employs a highly readable, extensively illustrated approach that offers margin notes, annotated references, tables, charts, definitions, algorithms, and case studies to present the material clearly and reinforce comprehension.
Paperback: 600 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing; 1st edition (September 18, 1998)
ISBN: 0071054804

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