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Kathryn Hegedus

 

 

'Practice Expert on Benner’s Model'

 

Kathryn Hegedus

RN, DNSc

Kathryn Hegedus, RN, DNSc
Associate Professor
University of Connecticut
School of Nursing
Kathryn.Hegedus@uconn.edu


Utilization of Benner's Model to:
- Devise a scale to measure caring behaviors
Describe nursing caring practices in Hungary.

Future directions in research:
Utilize Benners' Model to describe nursing caring practices in other countries - Poland, former Czech Republic.

Master's Program Lectures:
Nursing Theory

Biosketch:
Kathryn Stewart Hegedus, DNSc, RN (PDF Format)

Interests:
Cultural Diversity; Genetics; International Nursing; Articulating Professional Nursing Practice in Hungary; Phenomenon of Caring: Neonatal/Perinatal Nursing; Parent- Child Nursing; Developmentally Challenged Persons.

Last Modified: Thursday May 20, 2010

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