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Published Miscellaneous Articles

The published military nursing literature contains many other articles, covering models of nursing care, descriptions of nursing roles and functions, anecdotal reports of challenging aspects of nursing care, and recruitment and job satisfaction issues. The titles, abstracts, and articles themselves may stimulate identification of potentially fruitful areas for military nursing research.

CITATIONS FROM JOURNALS

Adams C. Nursing diagnosis in patient care planning. Mil Med 1984; 149(4):202–4.

Adams CE. Role expectations and role conflict of the Army head nurse. Nurs Manage 1988; 19(1):45.

Adams-Ender C. Army nurses are ready for war. Am Nurse 1991; 23(2):3.

Adams-Ender C, Hudock JJ. The Army nursing care team. Nurs Manage 1989; 20(3):63–4.

Adams-Ender C, Jennings B, Bartz C, Jensen R. Nursing practice models: the Army Nurse Corps experience [published erratum appears in Nurs Health Care 1991; 12(7):387]. Nurs Health Care 1991; 12(3):120–3.

Alderman C. When the troops return. Nurs Stand 1991; 5(25):19.



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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies 5 Published Miscellaneous Articles The published military nursing literature contains many other articles, covering models of nursing care, descriptions of nursing roles and functions, anecdotal reports of challenging aspects of nursing care, and recruitment and job satisfaction issues. The titles, abstracts, and articles themselves may stimulate identification of potentially fruitful areas for military nursing research. CITATIONS FROM JOURNALS Adams C. Nursing diagnosis in patient care planning. Mil Med 1984; 149(4):202–4. Adams CE. Role expectations and role conflict of the Army head nurse. Nurs Manage 1988; 19(1):45. Adams-Ender C. Army nurses are ready for war. Am Nurse 1991; 23(2):3. Adams-Ender C, Hudock JJ. The Army nursing care team. Nurs Manage 1989; 20(3):63–4. Adams-Ender C, Jennings B, Bartz C, Jensen R. Nursing practice models: the Army Nurse Corps experience [published erratum appears in Nurs Health Care 1991; 12(7):387]. Nurs Health Care 1991; 12(3):120–3. Alderman C. When the troops return. Nurs Stand 1991; 5(25):19.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Alena V. Flight nursing: 1967—improving the present—probing the future—meeting the challenge through applied research. Aerosp Med 1968; 39(3):292–5. al Raqem M. Gulf War. “What if a baby comes?”. [interview by Charlotte Alderman] Nurs Stand 1903; 5(49):20–2. ANA releases statement on mobilization of nurses. GA Nurse 1991; 51(1):10. Andrew J. Family planning in the Army: setting up a family planning clinic in the forces. Proc R Soc Med 1968; 61(3):247–8. Anna D. Assisting the military impaired health-care provider: an advocacy program developed by the Army Medical Department. Issues Ment Health Nurs 1988; 9(2):201–10. Anonymous. Dialogue: chief OR nurse … working in an Army hospital. Todays OR Nurse 1984; 6(2):34–6. Anonymous. Interview: there's a great opportunity for professional advancement, creativity, and innovation in the armed forces. Nursing Success Today 1985; 2(12):30–5. Anonymous.Shortage of nurses in armed forces prompts $1 million recruiting drive. Legislative Network for Nurses 1988; 5(18):3. The Army nurse. Am J Nurs 1966; 66(2):290–2. Arnold P. Challenges similar for military, civilian nurses. Am Nurse 1975; 7(13):7. Aydelotte M. The path toward professional autonomy. Mil Med 1982; 147(12):1048–50. Balacki M. A competency-based tool for evaluating Navy nurses in the psychiatric setting. Navy Med 1988; 79(3):19–21. Banonis B. The occupational health nurse and the Vietnam veteran: integrating theory and practice. AAOHN J 1987; 35(2):64–8. Barkley TJ, Kohler P. Is nursing's image a deterrent to recruiting men into the profession? Male high school students respond. Nurs Forum 1992; 27(2):9– 14.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Barron N. Development of aerospace nursing. Aviat Space Environ Med 1975; 46(4 Sec 1):445–6. Bateman S. Physiological aspects of jet travel. Occup Health (Lond) 1972; 24(1):3–10. Beale P, Gulley M. Discharge planning process: an interdisciplinary approach. Mil Med 1981; 146(10):713–6. Bennett P. Desert Storm: one Army nurse's experience in a forward surgical unit during the ground offensive . J Emerg Nurs 1991; 17(5):27A–34A. Bergman J. Nurses in the military … 24-hour alert: an eternity. Kans Nurse 1992; 67(7):7. Berman M. Private hospitals provide on-the-job training for military reservists . Hospitals 1967; 41(10):65–7. Billingsley M. The Saudi experience. Nursing Connections 1990; 3(4):15–9. Blacharski C, Hagstrom C, Stratton M. Quality improvement in nursing: implementation of a comprehensive program using cost-effective automation. Mil Med 1991; 156(12):666–70. Blackford N. Nursing in the Army: on duty to care. Nurs Mirror 1981;153 (2):20–2. Blake D. Colors of the spectrum. Air Force nursing—from ICU to tents and back. Nurs Spectr (Wash DC) 1995; 5(11):16. Bonnefil CW, Wheeler PL. Nursing audit: measure the care, not just the chart. Mil Med 1988; 153(3):155–7. Boulton T. Nurse anaesthesia in South Vietnam. Anaesthesia 1970; 25(4):469– 72. Boulton T. Anaesthesia and resuscitation in difficult environments. Int Anesthesiol Clin 1973; 11(1):143–238. Bowdoin C. Army field nurses: caring for American forces. Fla Nurse 1991; 38(8):8. Boyko S, Hamilton K. Know your limitations: the hypoxic flight nurse, J Emerg Nurs 1994; 20(6):556–8.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Branson G. Saudi soldier, Saudi teacher. Nursing 1993; 23(6):96. Brothers B. Military public health nurse program. Aerosp Med 1974; 45(9):1081–2. Bruzek-Kohler C. Development of a comprehensive patient education department: a success story. Mil Med 1983; 148(8):681–5. Burke J. The nursing explosion—technology, knowledge, and practice: its implications for leadership in aerospace nursing. Aviat Space Environ Med 1979; 50(4):405–8. Burke J. Synergistic management: the task of the flight nurse. Aviat Space Environ Med 1983; 54(3):261–2. Campbell P. Comparison of flight nurses' prehospital assessments and emergency physicians' ED assessments of trauma patients. J Emerg Nurs 1987; 13 (4):219–22. Cantrell G, McKinney I, Hartman B. Patients' views of patient care during aero-medical evacuation. SAM-TR-67-49. Tech Rep SAM-TR 1967; 1–26. Carlisle D. Gulf War. Nursing support. Nurs Times 1991; 87(8):18. Carrington G, Procter N. Identifying and responding to the needs of refugees: a global nursing concern. Holist Nurs Pract 1995; 9(2):9–17. Carter J, Smith B. Use of military antishock trousers: nursing implications. Heart Lung 1982; 11(5):422–5. Christ L, Reid R. Editorial: The orthopaedic operating room nurse clinician. Mil Med 1976; 141(7):478. Clark K. OR nursing in Germany during the Persian Gulf crisis. A reservist 's experience. AORN J 1992; 55(2):504–14. Clayton A. Containment aircraft transit isolator. Aviat Space Environ Med 1979; 50(10):1067–72. Cochran E, Edmonds R. We survived the deep freeze. Am J Nurs 1966; 66(1):94–5. Cohen LB. Power and change in health care: challenge for nursing. J Nurs Education 1992; 31(3):113–6.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Cooper M, Cosgrove S, Warnick M. The transport case: capitalizing on PCS data. Nurs Manage 1986; 17(2):19–22. Corbally M. Nursing in a sandstorm. Nurs Mirror Midwives J 1971; 133(6):42. Davidson L. Gulf War. On standby for action. Nurs Times 1905; 87(5):18. DiGirol M, Parry W. Consultation to the pediatric Automated Military Outpatient Systems Specialist (AMOSIST): a comparison of consultation by a pediatric clinical nurse specialist and by a pediatrician. Mil Med 1983; 148(4):364–7.. Duckett C. The OR experience during Operation Desert Storm. Todays OR Nurse 1992; 14(6):7–10. Dufy M. Reflections of a citizen soldier. ANNA J 1991; 18(4):387–9. Duggan K. OH nursing afloat. Occup Health (Lond) 1982; 34(12):549–56.. Duggan K. OH nursing afloat. 2. Occup Health (Lond) 1983; 35(1):38–42. Duggan K. OH nursing afloat. 3. Further aspects of the nurse's role at sea. Occup Health (Lond) 1983; 35(2):83–6. Dye B. Occupational health nursing in a military setting. Occup Health Nurs 1975; 23(2):12–3. Early E, Drost E, Lomax S, Kutzner J. Army nursing in Somalia. J Emerg Nurs 1994; 20(4):27A–8A. Eastes L. Quality assurance for aeromedical transport. J Emerg Nurs 1987; 13(4):223–8. Falk A. Transcultural nursing: a community based perspective. AARN News Lett 1989; 45(8):5–8. Farhood L, Day R. Nursing interventions in wartime. J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv 1986; 24(7):25–30. Farrell B, Allen M. Physiologic/psychologic changes reported by USAF female flight nurses during flying duties. Nurs Res 1973; 22(1):31–6. Fieldler D. Medical care in Vietnam.Occup Health Nurs 1969; 17(3):20–2.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Fisher-Hoch S, Price M, Craven R, Price F, Forthall D, Sasso D, et al. Safe intensive-care management of a severe case of Lassa fever with simple barrier nursing techniques. Lancet 1985; 2(8466):1227–9. Frazier Z. Flexibility in the Navy Reserve Nurse Corps. Mil Med 1989; 154(10):523–6. Freeman C. Operation Haven. J R Nav Med Serv 1992; 78(2):107–8. Galvin M. Lessons learned: MasCal in the field, Saudi Arabia. J Emerg Nurs 1991; 17(5):44A–6A. Gardiner H. Utilization of corpsmen in the occupational health setting. J Occup Med 1971; 13(11):503–6. Gardner S. Emergency nurses in the field: Fleet Hospital number 5, eastern Saudi Arabia. J Emerg Nurs 1991; 17(5):34A–9A. Garnett C. Remembering Desert Storm. Nursing 1991; 21(8):127. Gaydos J, Mino T, Ashmore L, Bertsch M, McNeil T, Eisen B. A preventive medicine team in a refugee relief operation—Fort Chaffee Indochina Refugee Camp (April–July 1975). Mil Med 1978; 143(5):318–21. Gibson L. Recollections of an American nurse in Riyadh during the Persian Gulf War. J Emerg Nurs 1992; 18(1):58A–61A. Glendon M. Saudi sands, SCUDS, and survival. J Am Acad Nurse Pract 1993; 5(6):245–8. Goodwin B. Air Force nurses in desert know how to make it work. Am Nurse 1991; 23(2):3. Gray J. Iraqi hostages. Nurses on the mercy mission. Nurs Stand 1990; 5(8):22. Gulf War casualties. Clinical guidance for nurses. Nurs Stand 1991; 5(18):16–9. Hadbavny E. All in the life of a flight nurse. Aviat Space Environ Med 1995; 66(3):284. Hall J, Stevens P. A nursing view of the United States–Iraq war: psychosocial health consequences. Nurs Outlook 1992; 40(3):113–20. Hamilton C. The role of the nurse in the transport of critically ill people. Intensive Care Nurs 1990; 6(2):96–9.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Hammerly A. The Army's public health nurses. Am J Nurs 1966; 66(4):765–7. Hansen P. A look at quality assurance through the audit process. Aviat Space Environ Med 1980; 51(9 Pt 1):937–8. Hansen P. A new approach for quality assurance. Aviat Space Environ Med 1981; 52(10):627–8. Hemphill F, Frazer A. Operation MEDIHC-Texas pilot project. An experience in meshing military allied health workers with civilian health care needs. Public Health Rep 1975; 90(3):235–40. Hensleigh C. Flight nursing: opportunities, risks, and rewards. J Emerg Nurs 1987; 13(4):197. Hepps S, Bradley D, Marcantonio A, Gazzaniga A, Hohman W, Simmons J. A combat casualty course for increasing the operational readiness of reserve component health care professionals. Mil Med 1985; 150(2):97–101. Higgins CA, Conrath DW, Dunn EV. Provider acceptance of telemedicine systems in remote areas of Ontario . J Fam Pract 1984; 18(2):285–9. Huff S. Military and civilians. Working together. AORN J 1984; 39(6):1072–6. Hutcherson A. The dual mission of the National Guard in “Caring for America.” Fla Nurse 1991; 38(8):9. Hutchins J. Orientation of the aerospace nurse to occupational health. Am Assoc Ind Nurses J 1968; 16(7):7–12. Jennings B, McClure M. Military nursing and diagnosis-related groups: using the past to benefit our future. Mil Med 1991; 156(8):408–12. Johns L. Combat nursing: acute renal failure. ANA Clin Sess 1970; 185–90. Jones I. Under siege. Nurs Times 1903; 86(13):16–7. Julian P, Lang R. Flight nursing: a unique experience. Aviat Space Environ Med 1995; 66(2):180–1. Juran D. Achieving sustained quantifiable results in an interdepartmental quality improvement project. Jt Comm J Qual Improv 1994; 20(3):105–19.

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Military Nursing Research: Bibliographies Macken D, Nelson W, Bedynek J, Kamin E, Hall R. Observations on intensive coronary care at Walter Reed General Hospital. Mil Med 1970; 135(8):657– 61. Mahan S, Simoneau J, McCall P. Field flight assessments. Emergency care update! Crit Care Update 1980; 7(8):33–5. Maiocco G. The four C's of flying. Aviat Space Environ Med 1994; 65(12):1156–7. Marquis B. Attrition: the effectiveness of retention activities. J Nursing Administration 1988; 18(3):25–9. Mayer W. Nursing shortage hits guard, reserves. [interview] Am Nurse 1988; 20(3):18. McCarthy R. Heart rate, perceived exertion, and energy expenditure during range of motion exercise of the extremities: a nursing assessment. Mil Med 1975; 140(1):9–16. McGinnis P. The future of occupational health nursing in space. AAOHN J 1991; 39(5):225–30. McKenna M, Alexander L. Army community health nurses use nursing process as a model for developing a management information system. Mil Med 1984; 149(3):148–50. McKenna M, Hales P. Application of the nursing process to improve the quality of nursing service provided to a military community in Germany. Mil Med 1982; 147(7):558, 560–1. McKinlay R, Borden M, Seelig M. Selected reserve–civilian hospital collaborative training: Naval Reserve Naval Hospital Portsmouth 1305 and Grant Medical Center. Mil Med 1987; 152(3):130–2. McMarlin SA. Nursing process: report of a plan to increase involvement of nurse managers. Mil Med 1984; 149(7):355–60. McNamara D. Health-oriented telecommunication: a community resource. Nurs Manage 1994; 25(12):40–1. McVicker S. Invisible veterans. The women who served in Vietnam. J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv 1985; 23(10):12–9.

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