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Breckenridge, D. M. (in press). Evidence-based practice and the Neuman systems model. In J. Fawcett & B. Neuman (Eds.), The Neuman systems model (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Breckenridge, D. M. (in press). A time to give back: Personal philanthropy and fundraising. In J. J. Fitzpatrick, C. M. Shultz, & T. D. Aiken (Eds.), Giving through teaching: How nurse educators are changing the world. New York, NY: NLN Press/Springer Publishing.
Breckenridge, D. M. (2002). Using the Neuman systems model to guide nursing research in the United States. In J. Fawcett & B. Neuman (Eds.), The Neuman systems model (4th ed.) (pp. 176-182). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Neuman, B., Aylward, P. D., Beynon, C., Breckenridge, D. M., Fawcett, J., Fields, A., Lowry, L., Memmott, R. J., Toot, J. (2000). The Neuman systems model: A futuristic care perspective. In N. L. Chaska (Ed.), The nursing profession: Tomorrow and beyond (pp. 321-330). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Breckenridge, D. M. (1999). Analysis and evaluation of descriptive theory-generating study: The interpretive method of naturalistic inquiry. Patients’ perceptions of why, how, and by whom dialysis treatment modality was chosen. In J. Fawcett (Ed.), The relationship of theory and research (3rd ed.) (pp. 261-282). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.
Vallerand, A. H., Breckenridge, D. M., & Hodgson, N. (1998). Theories and conceptual models to guide quality of life research. In C. R. King & P. S. Hinds (Eds.), Quality of life: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 37-53). Boston: Jones & Bartlett.
Breckenridge, D. M. (1995). Nephrology practice and directions for nursing research. In B. Neuman (Ed.), The Neuman systems model: Application to nursing education and practice, (3rd ed.) (pp. 267-275). East Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange.
Breckenridge, D.M. (2009). Keywords for Evidence-Based Teaching Practice. In preparation to submit to Nursing Education Perspectives. Requested by the NLN Education and Research Council members. Acknowledgement to: Web Repository Work Group: Bower, T., Kinser, A., & Mikol,
Breckenridge, D. M. (2009). Revised and resubmitted to Nursing Education Perspectives, NLN, entitled Nursing Students at Risk: A Model for Success.
Kristiniak, S. B., Breckenridge, D. M., & Soniak, S. (2000). Submitted to Journal of Holistic Nursing. Effect of lavender aromatherapy on the agitation of dementia patients, an acute psychiatric setting: A pilot study.
Wolf, Z. R., & Breckenridge, D. M. (2008). Critiquing nursing research articles: Safety research. Quality and Safety Education for Nurses. http://www.qsen.org/search_strategies.php?id=28
Breckenridge, D. M. (2006). Hospital diversity initiative for new access students: NETS, a career ladder program. Pennsylvania Nurse, 61(4), 22-23.
Keen, M., Breckenridge, D., Frauman, A. C., Hartigan, M. F., Smith, L., Butera, E., Taylor Hooper, S., Mapes, D., Neff, M., & Fawcett, J. (1998). Nursing assessment and intervention for adult hemodialysis patients: Application of Roy’s adaptation model. American Nephrology Nurses Association Journal, 25(3), 311-319.
Breckenridge, D. M. (1997). Patients’ perceptions of why, how, and by whom dialysis treatment modality was chosen. American Nephrology Nurses Association Journal, 24(3), 313-321.
Taylor, S., Breckenridge, D., Butera, E., Hartigan, M.F., Frauman, A. C., Keen, M., Mapes, D., Neff, M., & Fawcett, J. (1992). Images of nephrology nursing practice: Report of a survey. American Nephrology Nurses Association Journal, 19 (4), 361-366.
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