(2 ref) Publication Type: journal article - editorial Virginia Henderson, a longtime Madison school psychologist, philanthropist and advocate for the African American community, died Saturday. 2011 Mar;21(1):72-7. doi: 10.7182/prtr.21.1.c7617103jug3466m. Virginia Henderson Need Theory ABSTRACT We describe a nurse peer-review process to improve late deceleration recognition and intervention on one labor and delivery unit. Virginia Henderson's principles and practice of nursing applied to organ donation after brain death Prog Transplant. This article will provide at least one example of content that could be provided in childbirth classes for each of Henderson’s 14 basic human needs. Monthly chart audits (n= 721) met the goal of 75% reviewer agreement after the 4th month of implementation and have been maintained to date. Bruce Nicely, Ginger DeLario, Virginia Henderson's principles and practice of nursing applied to organ donation after brain death, Progress in Transplantation, 10.7182/prtr.21.1.c7617103jug3466m, 21, 1, (72-77), (2011). Virginia Henderson’s need theory is considered close to realism and is applicable in Pakistani context. Some Observations on Health Care by Health Services or Health Industries... first published in 1986 Author: Henderson Virginia Source: Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2006 Apr; 54 (1): 1-2. Any inaccurate information, if found, may be communicated to the editor. needed. She was 87. Methodology: This document illustrates a case study integrating Virginia Henderson’s need theory and nursing theory process. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services | A Virginia Henderson Reader: Excellence In Nursing Edward J. Halloran (Ed.). Articles published on this site are handouts/class notes prepared by the editors based on the references cited. In 1921, Henderson graduated from the Army School of Nursing at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. Named for the State her mother longed for, she returned there at age four and began her schooling at Bellevue, a preparatory school owned by "Grandfather", William Richardson Abbot. In 1979, the Connecticut Nurses Association established the Virginia Henderson Award for outstanding contributions to nursing research. CINAHL article citations Click here for articles related to Virginia Henderson's theory. Henderson spent two decades in the Madison School District as a psychologist and later served as the district’s diversity consultant. Keywords: Childbirth education, nursing theory, Magnet Recognition, Virginia Henderson’s Definition of Nursing The American Nurses Credentialing Center has created Virginia Henderson was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Daniel Brosius Henderson and Lucy Minor Abbot. Conclusion: This paper is an example of theory based nursing care that can enhance the human health. 30th Anniversary editorial. Virginia Henderson was born on November 30, 1897 in Kansas City, Missouri, and was the fifth of eight children in her family. Authors Bruce Nicely 1 , Ginger T DeLario. Henderson was subsequently named research associate emeritus at Yale University, and at age 75, began a new phase of her career focusing on international teaching and speaking engagements. Contents provided in these articles are meant for general information only, and are not suggested as replacement to standard references. Virginia Henderson Nurse, teacher, author, researcher, and consumer health advocate.
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