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E. Lenz and L. Pugh
The Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms
Elizabeth R. Lenz, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN
Dean and Professor College of Nursing Ohio State University
PUGH LINDA C - Biosketch
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
Unpleasant symptoms - In the theory of
unpleasant symptoms, three categories of variables are
identified as effecting the occurrence, intensity, timing,
distress level, and quality of symptoms: they are
physiological factors, psychological factors, and situational
factors. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)
"Collaborative Development of Middle-Range Nursing Theories:
Toward a Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms." (with Elizabeth Lenz,
Audrey Gift, Linda Pugh, and Renee Milligan). Advances in
Nursing Science 17/3(March 1995): 1-13.
"Middle-Range Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms; An Update" with
E. Lenz, A. Gift., L. Pugh, and R. Milligan), Advances in
Nursing Science 19/3(March 1997): 14-27.
Thursday May 20, 2010