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Janet B. Younger     

           

 

Janet B. Younger
Phd, RN. PNP

A Theory: Mastery of Stress.

Faculty | Janet Younger
Professor and Associate Dean,
School of Nursing,
Virginia Commonwealth University.
E-mail: younger@hsc.vcu.edu

  • Mastery over stress - This theory explains the mechanisms through which suffering affects an individual's sense of community and connectedness with others. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)

Select Pubilcations:
The Alienation of the Sufferer. Theory and Knowledge Development. Advances in Nursing Science. 17(4), p53-72. Younger, J. (1995).

A theory of mastery. In P. Chinn (Ed). Developing substance: mid-range theory in nursing. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen.

The Mastery of Stress Instrument. Nursing Research. 42(2), March/April, 68-73. Younger, J. (1993)

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