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Lynne P. Lewallen

**Education: PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Nursing - 1995--MSN, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Parent-Infant-Child/Nursing Education - 1986--BSN, Duke University, Nursing - 1982--Diploma, Eastern Maine Medical Center School of Nursing, Nursing - 1980 **Areas of Expertise: * Breastfeeding * Prenatal Care * Maternal-newborn nursing * Nursing Education

There are 6 included publications by Lynne P. Lewallen :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Choosing a Publication Venue. 2010 84 The choice of a venue for publication of a manuscript is rarely a clear-cut decision. Several factors should be considered in this decision, such as the audience for whom you are writing, the topic of the manuscript, the purposes for which you are wr...
How to be successful in nursing school: what every student should know. 2012 113 What Does “Successful” Look Like? In a qualitative study examining clinical evaluation, researchers asked experienced nurse educators to identify characteristics of successful student nurses in the clinical setting (Lewallen & DeBrew, in press). ...
Inclusion of women in nursing research. 2004 373 Background: Although the inclusion of women in research has been examined in medical publications, little is known about how federal mandates have influenced the inclusion of women in research published in nursing journals. Objective: This study aim...
An innovative strategy to enhance new faculty success. 2003 470 Faculty stress is a factor in the current shortage of nursing faculty. New faculty members in schools of nursing are subject to stress from many sources. This article reports on an innovative strategy that decreases stress for new faculty while facil...
Outsiders in Nursing Education: Cultural Sensitivity in Clinical Education 2014 8 Cultural competence is a stated value of nursing and nursing education. However, some institutional and traditional practices in nursing education can unintentionally impede nurses from achieving cultural competence. Both the literature and interview...
Religious activities and health outcomes: College Bound Sisters Program. 2006 466 College Bound Sisters (CBS) is a program that helps younger sisters of teenage mothers change their life trajectory by accomplishing three objectives: avoidance of pregnancy, completion of high school, and enrollment in college. Data related to relig...