Publications by Bonnie Weaver Battey, Ph.D., RN
(formerly, Bonnie Weaver Duldt)


E-mail: bwbattey@comcast.net

Publications Referred

Books:

  1. Interpersonal Communication In Nursing (with Kim Giffin and Bobby Patton). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co., 1983. Out of Print. Available from Duldt & Associates, Inc.
  2. Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing (with Kim Giffin), Boston: Little Brown & Company, 1985.
  3. Situational Leadership in Nursing (with Paul Hersey), East Norwalk, Conn.: Appleton-Lange, 1989.
  4. Instructor's Manual for Situational Leadership In Nursing, (with Paul Hersey). East Norwalk, Conn.: Appleton-Lange, 1989.

Chapters in Books

The effects of case management on education: A faculty perspective. (1996). In: Suzanne Smith Blancett and Dominick L. Flarey, Case studies in nursing case management: Health care delivery in a world of managed care, (pp. 369-384). Gaithersbury, Maryland: Aspen Publication.

Using the Holistic Paradigm in Teaching. In: Oerman, M. H., editor, Annual Review of Nursing Education, Vol. 2. (In Press ) New York: Springer Publishing.

Book Review

Meleis, A.I. (1997). Theoretical nursing: Development and progress. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott. (Review submitted April 12, 2000.)

Video

Anger Expressed as Alienating and Humanizing Emotion (for RNs in clinical context). (1982) Front Royal, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc.

Articles, Professional Journals

  1. Anger: An occupational hazard for nurses. (1981). Nursing Outlook, September, 510-518.
  2. Anger: An alienating communication hazard for nurses. (1981) Nursing Outlook, 11, 640-644.
  3. Commentary: about anger. (1982). Nursing Outlook, 3, 168-174.
  4. Helping nurses to cope with the anger-dismay syndrome. (1982). Nursing Outlook, 3, 168-174.
  5. Sexual harassment in nursing: another alienating communication hazard. (1982). Nursing Outlook, 6, 336-342.
  6. Collaboration: A computer supported accreditation site visit. (1988). Computers in Nursing, 1, 9-12. (Co-authored with P. Horns, M. Groer, & J. Speer.)
  7. Trusting the hospice nurse. (1988) American Journal of Hospice Care, 6(6), 29-32. (Co-authored with G. Eberhardt, a former graduate student.)
  8. "I-Thou": Research supporting humanistic nursing communication theory. (1991). Perspectives of Psychiatric Care, 27(3), 5-12.
  9. Health assessment in schools of nursing. (1993). Nurse Educator, 18(6), 6. (Co-authored with J. Bowman.)
  10. Research testing nursing theory: A selected review of research reports testing Orem's theory. (1993) Journal of Nursing Science, 18; 1626-1631. (Co-authored with S. A. Spearman, a former graduate student.)
  11. Clinical competence: Three views on faculty practice. (1994) Nurse Educator, 19(3), 1-5. (Co-authored with P. Green & N. Barns, former graduate students.)
  12. Critical thinking. Research Pulsations, 1(6) & 2(1) A School of Nursing Research Newsletter, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.
  13. Critical thinking. (1994). Nurse Educator, 19(6), 9-10. Nov.-Dec. (Reprinted from Research Pulsations.
  14. Innovations in education: Advancing nursing in the academic community--Adopt an administrator program. (1994). Nurse Educator, 19(1), 7-9. (With M.K. Engekle, T. Lawler, & S. Walsh).
  15. Can nursing have its own theory of ethics? Guest Editorial. (1994), Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 30(3), 3.
  16. News, Notes and Tips: Scholarly inquiry and research. (1995) Nurse Educator, 20(1), 13-14. Jan.-Feb.
  17. Interacting nursing theory and nursing ethics. (1995) Perspectives of Psychiatric Nursing. 31(2) (April-June), 4-10.
  18. The science of nursing in the curriculum. (1995) Nurse Educator, 20(1). 24-29.
  19. Teaching Communication about Human Sexuality to Nurses and other Health Care Providers. (1999) (Co-authored with Marie Pokorny, Ph.D, R.N., East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina) Nurse Educator, 24(5),27-32.
  20. The Impaired Nurse: An Ethical Dilemma. (1999). Virginia Nurses Today, 7(4), 15. (Co-authored with Marianne Bassi).
  21. Humane and Ethical Dealing with Errors in Health Care. (2000). Virginia Nurses Today, 8(2), 17. (Co-authored with Maureen E. Burke).
  22. Spiritual-Communication-Satisfaction-Importance (SCSI) Questionnaire Manual. (2009).(A tool for surveying nursing staff.)  Available for research team from author., IBSN 978-0-9831245-1-1.
  23. Beginnings: American Holistic Nurses Association, 8-9. (2010, Summer).
  24. Journal of Nursing Management, Projected Release Fall 2016.
  25. Articles, General Community Health Support Commuinications

    A series of articles written for congregational newsletter, Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church, Front Royal, Virginia (November, 1995-May, 1997):

      November 1995       “November is National Diabetes Month”

      January 1996           “Diabetes Mellitus II: Nutrition, Exercise & Medications.”

      February          “Diabetes Mellitus III: Complications.”

      March              “Arthritis.”

      April                “Diabetes Mellitus IV: Self Care in Colds & Flu.”

      May                 “Diabetes Mellitus V: Self Care and Neuropathy.”

      June                 “Cardiovascular Diseases Part I: Hypertension.”

      July/August     “Cardiovascular Diseases Part II: Stroke.”

      September       “Cardiovascular Diseases Part III: Heart Attack.”

      October           “Elder Care: Part I The Aging Process.”

      November       “Elder Care: Part II What shall we do about Mom and Dad?”

      December        “Elder Care: Part III How are we going to tell Mom?”

      January 1997      “Elder Care: Part IV Making a Wise Decision.”

      February    “Elder Care: Part V Choosing the ‘right’ place for Mom.”

      January            “Elder Care: Part VI: Paying for Long Term Care.”  (By Tom Nida, ed. by B. Duldt)

      February          “Addiction: Part I  A Deviation from Holistic Health.”

      March              “Addiction: Part II Alcoholism as a Deviation from Holistic Health.”

      April                “Addiction: Part III Obesity as a Deviation from Holistic Health.”

      May                 “Addiction: Part IV Tobacco and Deviation from Holistic Health.”  

    Computer Assisted Instruction

    SmartPrim: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program about Critical Thinking, Term Papers, and Speeches. (1998). Front Royal, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc. (Note: This consists of eight interactive lessons on two computer disks or one CD.) See askdatasystems.com for more information.

    SmartPrim: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program about Critical Thinking, Term Papers, and Speeches; Student Computer Tutor Handbook. (1998). Front Royal, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc.

    SmartPrim: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program about Critical Thinking, Term Papers, and Speeches; Instructors Manual. (1998). Front Royal, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc.

    Anatomy of a Theory: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program about Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing and Health Care Professionals. (2000). Springfield, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc. (Note: This consists of twelve interactive lessons on two computer disks or one CD.) See askdatasystems.com for more information.

    Anatomy of a Theory: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program about Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing and Health Care Professionals; Student Computer Tutor Handbook.. (2000) Springfield, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc.
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    Anatomy of a Theory: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program about Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing and Health Care Professionals; Instructors Manual. (2000). Springfield, Virginia: Duldt & Associates, Inc.

    Parish Nursing: A Computer Assisted Instructional Program. The perspective focuses on philosophical, theoretical and conceptual perspectives of holistic health within ecumenical and multicultural religious communities and organizations. This CAI embodies a broad approach to thinking about health, illness, and healing. In press. (Note: This will consist of twelve interactive lessons on two computer disks.)


    Other

    Duldt, B.W., M. Cofer, & E. Condon (2004). Survey of Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice: A Survey of Virginia Nurses. Committee on Ethics and Human Rights, Virginia Nurses Association.

    Maintaining a webpage on Parish Nursing at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Antioch, Ca. with archived articles and selected links: http://www.stjohnsantioch.org/parish_nursing.htm

    Note: Spirituality related citations are located in the Research Project Menu Item on the Home Page