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Dorothy G. Herron

**Education: PhD - The University of Maryland, Nursing**MS - The University of South Carolina, Nursing**MS - South Carolina State College, Nutritional Sciences--BS - Simmons College, Nursing **Areas of Expertise: Adult Health--Gerontology--Nursing Education--Nutritional Sciences

There are 5 included publications by Dorothy G. Herron :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Commentary on “Herb and Supplement Use Among the Retail Population of an Independent, Urban Herb Store” 2008 158 The use of herbs and supplements has risen 100% in the last 10 years in the United States (Mayo Clinic, 2007). Sales of all supplements reached $18.8 billion in 2003 (Mayo Clinic, 2007), with herbs alone estimated at $4.2 billion in 2001 (Kelly et a...
Entrepreneurial Nursing as a Conceptual Basis for In-Hospital Nursing Practice Models 1991 2714 Entrepreneurship allows nurses to design models of in-hospital nursing practice which would benefit patients, nurses, physicians, and the hospital.
Predictors of hospital readmission: A meta—analysis 1991 1200 Summarizing the results of research related to identifying potential predictors of hospital readmissions has been difficult because of conflicting results across studies. Using the techniques of meta-analysis, the results from 44 studies were examine...
Secondary Data Analysis: Research Method for the Clinical Nurse Specialist 1989 4022 This article presents a description of secondary data analysis and suggests that thin type of research methodology may be helpful in facilitating research by the clinical nurse specialist (CNS). The article discusses the advantages and disadvantages ...
The Ups and Downs of Motion Sickness 2010 199 Overview: Nearly everyone will experience motion sickness at some point. It's thought to be caused by confusion among the vestibular, visual, and proprioceptive systems; the associated nausea is thought to involve neurons in the hypothalamus and a po...