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Eileen Mieras Kohlenberg

**Education-----* Pre-Nursing Study, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1972-1973. * Bachelor of Science in Nursing, with double majors in Nursing and Psychology, Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa, May 1977 (Magna Cum Laude) * Master of Science in Nursing (Medical-Surgical Nursing), The University of Texas at Austin, August 1982. * Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (Educational Administration), The University of Texas at Austin, August 1989.

There are 10 included publications by Eileen Mieras Kohlenberg :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Contribution of Nursing Education Programs to the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in North Carolina. 2011 186 Registered nurses play an important role in ensuring the delivery of quality health care, and their education is one key to achieving the goals of the Affordable Care Act. This article explores the contributions that nursing education programs in Nor...
Emancipated Minors: Health Policy and Implications for Nursing. 2011 1175 Emancipation is a process that offers adolescents a solution to serve in the role of an adult in circumstances that warrant the need for more autonomy. The process and definitions of emancipation are often ambiguous for adolescents, nurses, and other...
Expansion of nurse anesthesia educational programs: where are the barriers? 2002 379 CRNAs have been a major contributor to direct patient anesthesia care for more than 100 years. All indicators suggest a greater need for nurse anesthetist services in the future. Our ability to meet this increased demand will depend on wise decisions...
Faculty Research Productivity and Organizational Structure in Schools of Nursing 1992 1170 The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between faculty research productivity and orga-nizational structure in schools of nursing. The need for nursing research has been widely recognized by members of the nursing profession, yet c...
The future of baccalaureate degrees for nurses. 2010 629 PROBLEM. Unlike other professional healthcare disciplines, the profession of nursing has multiple levels of entry. Recently, several states have proposed legislation to mandate completion of baccalaureate education after 10 years of nursing licensur...
Infusing gerontological nursing content into advanced practice education. 2007 1001 The inclusion of gerontology content in the nursing curriculum is paramount as our population of older adults grows. As one of 10 recipients of the John A. Hartford Foundation/AACN awards for Enhancing Gerontological and Geriatric Nursing Education f...
Integrating gerontology competencies into graduate nursing programs. 2006 857 Current demographic and health care utilization trends strongly indicate a rapidly increasing demand for nurses who are well qualified to care for older adults. Advanced practice nurses are positioned to assume leadership roles in geriatric nursing c...
Recognize the many facets of gerontological nursing 2007 1427 Fact: Older adults influence hospital environments. This patient population is now the predominant recipient of services in all healthcare settings—50% of hospital patients, 70% of home care patients, and 90% of ambulatory patients.1 Patients over ag...
Searching for a Dean: Getting the Qualities You Want 1993 328 The dean holds a key position in a school of nursing. When this position is vacated, a search for new leadership becomes paramount for the organization. The report of Nichols, Bower, Collier, and Gray (1989) addressed searching for a dean and it was ...
Use of writing portfolios for interdisciplinary assessment of critical thinking outcomes of nursing students. 1997 2102 This article discusses an interdisciplinary research project in which faculty from nursing and english collaborated in the assessment of students' critical thinking skills as reflected in writing portfolios. Faculty reviewed students' writing portfol...