1990 – Differentiating Nursing Practice into the Twenty-First Century, Charleston, South Carolina

Information provided by Jacqueline Fawcett
August 30, 2018

Dates: October 14-15, 1990

Location:  Charleston, South Carolina

Organizers: American Academy of Nursing , American Nurses Association , American Organization of Nurse Executives

Purpose: To discuss the diverse perspectives of differentiated nursing practice.

Attendees: Members of the American Academy of Nursing and guests.

Description: Examination of differentiated nursing practice within the context of future projections for health care and nursing as the basis for designing cost-effective nursing systems.  Presentations:

Pamela H. Mitchell, Janelle C. Krueger, & Linda E. Moody: The Crisis of the Health Care Nonsystem.
Madeleine M. Leininger: Nursing Theories to Guide Differentiated Nursing Practices
Callista Roy: Structure of Knowledge: Paradigm, Model, and Research Specifications for Differentiated Practice
Keville Frederickson: Nursing Theories–A Basis for Differentiated Practice: Application of the Roy Adaptation Model for Nursing Practice.
Marjorie A. Isenberg: Insights from Orem’s Nursing Theory on Differentiating Nursing Practice.
Rosmarie Rizzo Parse: Parse’s Theory of Human Becoming
Gail J. Mitchell: Distinguishing Practice with Parse’s Theory.

Publication: Goertzen, I.E. (Ed.). (1990). Differentiating nursing practice into the twenty-first century: Selected papers from the 18th annual meeting and 1990 conference of the American Academy of Nursing. Washington, D.C.: American Academy of Nursing.