By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Diana Taylor PhD RN NP FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods PhD RN FAAN
This booklet demonstrates that nurses have made an enormous contribution to the development and growth of women's health and wellbeing wisdom. identifying the well-being problems with such a lot significance to ladies, the editors have assembled prime nurse researchers to check, summarize, and critique nursing examine inside every one sector. A common review of the sector can be supplied. participants contain Angela McBride, Linda Andrist, Janice Humphreys, and Jacquelyn Campbell. additionally contributing are Kathleen MacPherson and Nancy King Reame, nurse participants of the unique Boston Women's well-being Collective, which authors bodies, OURSELVES.
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