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E. Lenz and L. Pugh   

             

 

The Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms

 

 

 

E. Lenz

Ph.D,RN,FAAN

 

L. Pugh

PhD, RNC

Elizabeth R. Lenz, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN
Dean and Professor College of Nursing Ohio State University

E-mail: Lenz.23@osu.edu

 

PUGH LINDA C - Biosketch - Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
E-mail: lpugh@son.jhmi.edu

  • 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)

Sample references:

"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.

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