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Karen Goshorn Brown

 

 

Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory.

 

Karen Goshorn Brown
RN, PhD

Karen Goshorn Brown, RN, PhD
Assistant Professor,
Kent State University.
Ohio.

Faculty profile: KSU School of Nursing -- Karen Goshorn Brown

email:kgbrown@kent.edu


Research and areas of interest:
Grief in Family caregivers of Persons with Neurotrauma.
Orem' s Self-Care Deficit Theory of Nursing.

Example Honors and Presentations:
Recipient of Pre-doctoral Fellowship in Self-Care Nursing at Wayne State University for 1992-93 and !993-94.

Paper Presenter at 3rd International Self-care Deficit Theory Conference in St. Louis, Mo, October '93 on "Conceptualizing Grief as a Basic Conditioning Factor within Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory.

Poster presentations on "Grief as a Basic Conditioning Factor Affecting the Self-Care Agency and Self-Care of Family Caregivers of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury" at the ARN Educational Conference in Orlando, FL, Sept '94.

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