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Gladys L. Husted and James Husted

 

 

Gladys L. Husted and James H. Husted

Gladys L. Husted is a Professor of Nursing at Duquesne University.  She was awarded the title of Distinguished Professor in 1998.  She received a Master’s in Nursing Education from the University of Pittsburgh and a PhD in Curriculum and Supervision from the same University.  She teaches in the BSN, MSN, and PhD programs.  Her main area of expertise is in bioethics - where she writes, presents workshops, consults, and does research. Her other areas of expertise are in curriculum design, instructional strategies, and theory development.

James H. Husted is an independent scholar.  He has been active in the American Catholic Philosophic Association and has been a member of the high IQ societies, Mensa and Intertel.  He was the Philosophy expert for Dial-An-M for Mensa and was the philosophy editor of Integra - the journal of Intertel.   He guest lectures on bioethics at Duquesne University in the BSN, MSN, and PhD programs.  He writes and presents workshops in the area of bioethics.  (Biography from PennState, School of Nursing)

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Available Publications

 



 
Ethical Decision Making in Nursing and Healthcare: The Symphonological Approach
Duquesne Univ., Pittsburgh, PA. Brandon/Hill Nursing List selection (#94.) Focuses on the agreement between professional and patient within the framework of ethical standards and the contexts of situation and knowledge. Scenarios and case studies are included. Textbook and reference for students and nurses. Previous edition: c1995. DNLM: Ethics, Nursing--Nurses' Ins
Hardcover: 305 pages
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company; 3rd edition (August 1, 2001)
ISBN: 0826114326
 


 
Ethical Decision Making in Nursing
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia. Brandon/Hill Nursing List selection. Textbook/reference for nursing students and practitioners incorporating theory and clinical case studies referred to as dilemmas.
Paperback: 335 pages
Publisher: C.V. Mosby; 2nd edition (January 1, 1995)
ISBN: 0801677742
     

  

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