1985 – Setting the Agenda for the Year 2000: Knowledge Development in Nursing

Information provided by Jacqueline Fawcett
August 30, 2018

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Date – December 2-4, 1985

Location: San Diego, CA

Organizers:  American Academy of Nursing

Purpose of the Conference: To identify an agenda to advance knowledge development in nursing

Attendees: Members of the American Academy of Nursing and Guests

Description: The conference featured paper presentations and discussions

Dr. Joanne S. Stevenson and Dr. Nancy F. Woods: Nursing Science and Contemporary Science: Emerging Paradigms
Dr. Callista Roy: The Future of Nursing Science: Response of the Academy
Dr. Marilyn T. Oberst: Nursing i the Year 2000: Setting the Agenda for Knowledge Generation and Utilization
Dr. Joanne S. Stevenson and Dr. Nancy F. Woods: Strategies for the Year 200: Synthesis and Projections

Publication based on conference proceedings:

Sorensen, G. E. (Ed.). (1985). Setting the Agenda for the Year 2000: Knowledge Development in Nursing. Washington, D.C.: American Academy of Nursing

Download the conference proceedings here.  Shared with the permission of the American Academy ofNursing. Not for reprint or duplication.