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Book: 

The Encyclopedia of Elder Care, Fourth Edition: The Comprehensive Resource on Geriatric Health and Social Care 4th Edition

bElizabeth A. Capezuti PhD RN FAAN (Editor),‎ Michael L. Malone MD (Editor),‎ Ariba Khan MD (Editor),‎ Steven L. Baumann PhD RN (Editor)

 

a.     Authored refereed publications:

 

Antille, M., Bigler-Perrotin, L. & Baumann, S. L. (2020).  Like a Rolling Stone.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 34.

 

Foley, P. J. T., Gunson, J. T. S. & Baumann, S. L. (2019).  Two Stories About Diet and Diabetes.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 33, 85-90.

 

Pashaeypoor, S., Baumann, S. L. Hoseini, A. S., Cheraghi, M. A., & Chenari, H. A. (2019).  Identifying and overcoming barriers for implementing Watson’s human caring science. Nursing Science Quarterly, 32, 239-244.

 

Baumann, S., Bahadur, D., Begonia, K. (2019).  The art of dying: A global perspective.  Nursing Science Quarterly.32, 148-152.

 

Velasco-Whetsell, M, & Baumann, S. (2019).  Special Sorrow: The Terminally Ill Child’s Experience of Their Parent’s Distress. Nursing Science Quarterly. 32, 135-141.

  

Russo, S., Baumann, S., Velasco-Whetsell, M., & Roy C. (2019). A Comparison of Two Case Studies Using the Roy Adaptation Model: Parents of Opioid Dependent Adults and Bariatric Surgery.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 32, 61-67

 

Baumann, S.  (2019).  Lost in Translation: The promise and problems of the globalization of research. Nursing Science Quarterly. 32, 68-72.

  

Baumann, S., Sharoff, L., & Penalo, L. (2018).  Using Simulation to Enhance Global Nursing. Nursing Science Quarterly.  31, 374–378

        

Baumann, S. (2018).  From Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to Post-Traumatic Growth: A paradigm shift or paradox?  Nursing Science Quarterly. 31, 287-290.

       

Baumann, S. Jacobowitz, W., Tanzi, D., Lewis, T. A., Krepp, M. J., Levy, E.  (2018).  A study of the use of psychopharmacological agents by acutely medically ill older adults.   Issues Ment Health Nurs. 2018 Jan 25:1-6. doi: 10.1080/01612840.2017.1395498. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 29370545.

 

Baumann, S. & Goldberg, D. (2018).  Toward Becoming a Global Nurse. Nursing Science Quarterly.  31,  pp. 175–179

 

Im, S., Baumann, S. L.,  Ahn, M., Kim, H., Youn, B. Park, M. &  Lee, O. (2017), The Experience of Korean Nurses During the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Outbreak.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 31, 72-76.

 

 Baumann, S. (2017).  Postoperative Cognitive Decline: Issues for Nursing. MEDSURG Nursing. 26(6), 378-385.

 

 Baumann, S.  & Velasco-Whetsell, M.  (2017). Surviving the Loss of a Child: A Mexican-American’s Story. Nursing Science Quarterly.  30, 341-345.

 

 Baumann, S., Tanzi, D & Lewis, T. (2017). The Living Experience of Feeling Playful. Nursing Science Quarterly. 30, 235-242.

 

Baumann, S. & Todaro-Franceschi, V. (2017). Graduate Students Reflections on Elder and End-of-Life Care for Prisoners. Nursing Science Quarterly. 30, 253-259.

 

Donohue-Porter, P., White, J., Forebes, M. O., & Baumann, S. (accepted). Transforming Nursing Education and the Formation of Students: Using the Humanbecoming Paradigm.  Nursing Science Quarterly

 

Baumann, S., Tanzi, D & Lewis, T. (accepted). The Living Experience of Feeling Playful. Nursing Science Quarterly

 

Baumann, S. (2016). The Living Experience of Suffering: A Parse Method Study of Older Adults. Nursing Science Quarterly, 29. 308-315.

 

Baumann, S. & Braddick, M.  (2016). On Being a Father or Sibling in Light of the Humanbecoming Family Model. Nursing Science Quarterly, 29, 47-53.

 

Baumann, S. (2015). The Living Experience of Difficulty Telling the Truth: A Parse Method Study. Nursing Science Quarterly.  28, 49-56.

 

Baumann, S. (2013).  Feeling bored: A Parse Research Method Study.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 26,  42 - 52.

 

Baumann, S. (2012).  Making a meaningful contribution in nursing theory,Nursing Science Quarterly.25,  155-159.

 

Baumann, S (2012).  Motivational interviewing for emergency nurses, Journal of Emergency Nursing. 38, 254-257.

 

Baumann, S.  (2010). The Limitations of Evidenced-Based Practice, Nursing Science Quarterly. 23, 226-230.

 

Baumann, S.  (2009).  Feeling fear: A humanbecoming study with older adults,

Nursing Science Quarterly. 22, 346-354.

  

Baumann, S.  (2009). A nursing approach to pain in older adults. MEDSURG Nursing.  18, 77-83.

 

Baumann, S.  (2008). Wisdom, compassion & courage in the Wizard of Oz: A humanbecoming hermeneutic study.   Nursing Science Quarterly, 21, 322-329.

 

Baumann, S. (2007), Recovering from Childhood Abuse: A Comparison of Three Perspectives, Nursing Science Quarterly, 20, 342-348.

 

Baumann, S. (2006), Family Systems Genetic Illness Model - Breast Cancer,Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. 10, 377-382.

 

Baumann, S., Dyches, T. T., Braddick, M. (2005). Being a Sibling, Nursing Science Quarterly. 18, 51-58.

 

Baumann, S.  (2004). Integrating psychiatry in inner city primary care sites with psychiatric nurse practitioners.  Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners, 8, 103-108.

 

Baumann, S. (2004).  Similarities and Differences in Experiences of Hope.Nursing  Science Quarterly 17, 339-344.

 

Baumann, S, & Englert, R. (2003) A Comparison of Three Views of Spirituality in Oncology Nursing. Nursing Science Quarterly, 16, 52-59. 

 

Baumann, S. (2003). The Lived Experience of Feeling Very Tired: A Study of Adolescent Girls. Nursing Science Quarterly, 16, 326-333.

 

Baumann, S. Carroll, K. A., Damgaard, G. A., Millar, B., Welch, A. J. (2001).  An International Human Becoming Hermeneutic Study of Tom Hegg’s A Cup of Christmas Tea.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 14, 316-322.

 

Baumann, S. (2000). The lived experience of feeling loved: A study of mothers in a parolee program.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 13, 332-338. (PSC-CUNY Funded)

 

Baumann, S. & Braddick. M. K. (1999) Out of their element: Fathers of children who  are “not-the-same.”  Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 14. 369-378.

 

Baumann, S.  (1999). Defying gravity and fear: The prevention of falls in community dwelling older adults.  Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners. 3, 254-261.

 

Baumann, S. (1997). Contrasting two approaches in a community-based nursing practice with older adults: The medical model and Parse’s Nursing Theory. Nursing Science Quarterly, 10, 124-130.

 

Baumann, S. (1996). Feeling uncomfortable: Children in families with no place of their own. Nursing Science Quarterly, 9, 152-159. (PSC-CUNY Funded)

 

Baumann. S. (1995).  Two views of homeless children’s art: psychoanalysis and Parse’s human becoming theory.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 8, 65-70.

 

Baumann, S.  (1995). The 6th Merton Tapes.  The Merton Annual: Studies in culture,  spirituality, and social concerns, 7, 176-178.    

 

Baumann, S.  (1994). No place of their own: An exploratory study.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 7, 162-169. (PSC-CUNY Funded)

 

BaumannS. (1993).  The meaning of being homeless. Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice, 7, 59-70

 

Baumann, S.  (1993). Mental health assessment of persons with HIV, Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 4, 36-44.

 

Selected Non-referred publications:

  

Baumann, S., Marsiello, C., Krepp, M. J. & Moran, P. E. (accepted). Preserving the Cognitive Status of Older Surgical Patients: A Case Study.    In Nickitas, D., Middaugh, D., & Freeg, V. (Eds.). (3nd Edition) Policy and Politics: For nurses and other healthcare professionals.  Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett

 

Baumann, S. & Levy, E.  (accepted). Case Study: Workplace Violence.  In Nickitas, D., Middaugh, D., & Freeg, V. (Eds.). (3nd Edition) Policy and Politics: For nurses and other healthcare professionals.  Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett

   

Baumann, S.  & Greif, N.  (2017). The Use of PRNs Medications with Hospitalized Older Adults.  Geriatric Nursing.38, 596-598.

 

Baumann, S. (2017). Engaging and honoring older adults in research.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 30, 65-66.

 

Velzke, K. & Baumann, S. (2017).  Including the voice of older adults in research.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 30, 65-72.

 

Baumann, S, & Alexandre, M. (2016).  Graduate Nursing Education in Haiti: Lessons Taught and Learned. Nursing Science Quarterly, 29. 328-333.

 

Baumann, S. (2016). Light in the darkness. Nursing Science Quarterly, 29. 235-236.

  

Baumann, S.  (2016). A Human Science View of Behavioral Health.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 29.

 

Baumann, S. & Ganzer, C. (2016).  Being Dedicated in The American Nurse, Nursing Science Quarterly, 29, 71-77.

 

Baumann, S. (2015), Preserving the Non-Instrumentality of Summer Camp. Nursing Science Quarterly, 28, 319-321.

 

Baumann, S. (2015).   The financial case for patient-centered interdisciplinary teams in the United Kingdom.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 28, 234-235.

 

Baumann, S. (2015).   Beyond Competency: Setting a New Paradigm for Long-Term Care. Published Conference Proceedings, Lions Home Inaugural Nursing Conference 2015.  March 26-27, 2015, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore.

 

Baumann, S., Murphy, D., & Ganzer, C.  (2015). A Study of Graduate Nursing Students Reflections on the Art of Tibetan Medicine" Nursing Science Quarterly, 28, 156-161,

 

Baumann, S. (2015). Nursing in Switzerland: Struggling to Maintain Quality and Ideals. Nursing Science Quarterly.  28, 74-79.

 

Baumann, S., Wright, S., Settecase-Wu, C., (2014). A Science of Unitary Human Beings Perspective of Global Health Nursing. Nursing Science Quarterly. 27,

 

Baumann, S. (accepted).  "Stories from Haiti: A Comparison of three Approaches. Nursing Science Quarterly.

 

Baumann, S.  (accepted).   A Young Man Living with Testicular Cancer.  In Farren, A. (Ed.), Oncology nursing:  Case studies and analysis from prevention through survivorship.  Somerset, NJ: Wiley Blackwell.    

 

Baumann, S.  (2014).   Nursing in Portugal: A Global Perspective.   Nursing Science Quarterly, 27, 62-67.

 

Baumann, S., Lee, O. J., & Im, S-B. (2013).  Stories of suffering with leprosy and cancer in Korea.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 26,274-279.

 

Baumann, S.  & Smith, D.  (2012).   Coming home revisited: Family life and military deployment.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 25,267-271.

 

Baumann, S.  (2012).   Dilemmas of International Collaborative Nursing Partnerships. Nursing Science Quarterly. 25, 182-183.

 

Baumann, S.  (2012).   A humanbecoming program of research.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 25, 17-19.

 

Baumann, S.  (2012).   Educating international students.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 25, 97-98.

 

Kim, H. K, Lee, O. J., & Baumann, S.  (2011). Nursing Practice with Families without a Country.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 24, 273-278.

 

Baumann, S.  & Belleflour, C.  (2011). Aging in Haiti: Toward an international nursing response.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 24,   163-167.

 

Baumann, S. & Levy, E.  (2010). Case Study: Workplace Violence.  In Nickitis, D., Middaugh, D., & Aries, N. (Eds.).  Policy and Politic: For nurses and other healthcare professionals.  (pp. 348-351.) Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett

 

Baumann, S. L. (2010).  Balancing life as a nurse in Iran.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 23, 164-165.

 

Florczak, K. L., Falkenstern, S. K. & Baumann, S. L.  (2010). A glimmer into the understanding of family.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 23, 105-112.

 

Baumann, S.  (2009). Book Review: Five Minds for the Future, by Howard Gardner, Nursing Economics$.  27, 262-263.

 

Baumann, S.  (2009). Women who experienced a significant childhood loss.  In M. Lunny, (Ed.), Critical thinking to achieve positive health outcomes: Nursing case studies and analyses (2nd Ed.). pp. 176-180, Ames, IA:  Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Ehrenfeld, M., Itzhaki, M., & Baumann, S. (2007).  Nursing in Israel, Nursing Science Quarterly, 20, 372-375.

 

Sung-Hee, K., Lee, M., Baumann, S. (2007) Reducing the burden of dementia in Korea, Nursing Science Quarterly, 20, 178182.

 

Baumann, S., Dyches, T., Braddick, M. Being a Sibling, In Gilbert, K. (2007). The 33rd Edition of Annual Editions: The Family 07/08. McGraw-Hill

 

Öztürk, H., Bahcecik, N., Baumann, S. (2006), Nursing Satisfaction and Job Enhancement in Turkey, Nursing Science Quarterly, 19, 360-365.

 

Baumann, S. (2006). The researcher-person-family process, Nursing Science Quarterly, 19, 14-18.

 

Baumann, S. (2005). Exploring being: An international dialogue, Nursing Science Quarterly, 18, 171-175.

 

Lee, M., Lee, M. & Baumann, S.  (2005). Challenges in Coming of Age in Korea,Nursing Science Quarterly, 18, 71-75.

 

Baumann, S. & Söderhamn, O.  (2005). Considering and enjoying tomorrow: A look at global aging through a human becoming lens.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 18,353-358.

 

Baumann, S. (2001). Towards a global perspective of the human sciences, Nursing Science Quarterly, 14, 81-84.

 

Baumann, S. & Carroll, K. A.  (2001).   Human becoming practice with children.Nursing Science Quarterly, 14, 120-125.

 

Baumann, S.  (2000). Family nursing: theory-anemic, nursing theory-deprived. Nursing Science Quarterly, 13, 285-290.

 

Baumann, S.  (1999). Art as a path of inquiry.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 12.106-110.

 

Baumann, S. (1999).  The lived experience of hope: Children in families struggling to make a home. In Parse, R. R. (Ed.), Hope: A human becoming perspective. 191-210. Boston: Bartlett (PSC-CUNY Funded)

 

Baumann, S.  (1996). Parse’s research methodology and the nurse researcher-child process. Nursing Science Quarterly, 9.  27-31.

 

Baumann, S. (1991). "A Study of Homelessness: Women with Children," In-Touch,

Newsletter of the Council on Maternal-Child Nursing, of ANA. 9, 1-8.

 

Baumann, S. (1990). The experience of being homeless: A phenomenological study of homeless mothers. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY.

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