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Bonnie Weaver Duldt-Battey

 

 

Bonnie W. Duldt-Battey

R.N., Ph.D

Bonnie W. Duldt-Battey's humanistic nursing communication theory emphasizes the interpersonal relationships between the nurse, patient, peers and colleagues. You can download documents on the theory, and ethics of humanizing nursing communication in Microsoft Word Format or WordPerfect Format from the site. In addition computer assisted instructional tools and research tools can be obtained from the author. This site is provided by

Bonnie W. Duldt-Battey, Adjunct Professor at the College of Nursing, Samuel Merritt College, Oakland, California.

 

Permission has been  given by Dr Bonnie Weaver Duldt-Battey for this site inclusion.

 


Available Publications

 


 
Situational Leadership in Nursing
Paperback: 380 pages
Publisher: Appleton & Lange (March 1, 1989)
ISBN: 0838585531
 


 
Interpersonal Communication in Nursing
Paperback: 285 pages
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company (January 1, 1984)
ISBN: 0803629362


 
Theoretical perspectives for nursing
Paperback: 277 pages
Publisher: Little, Brown (1985)
ISBN: 0316195286
     

 

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