Affiliation: University of British Columbia
- Recognizing and understanding the symptoms of type 2 diabetesAlison Phinney
University of British Columbia School of Nursing, T201 2211 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 2B5 Canada
Can J Nurs Res 35:108-24. 2003..The findings suggest that innovative strategies are needed to help people become more attuned to their body so they might better recognize and understand their symptoms...
- Family strategies for supporting involvement in meaningful activity by persons with dementiaAlison Phinney
School of Nursing, Centre for Research on Personhood in Dementia, University of British Columbia, T201 2211 Westbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 2B5
J Fam Nurs 12:80-101. 2006..These strategies allowed families to sustain meaning for both the person with dementia and the family itself. Significance for practice and ideas for future research are discussed...
- Doing as much as I can do: the meaning of activity for people with dementiaAlison Phinney
School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T 2B5, Canada
Aging Ment Health 11:384-93. 2007..This provides a sense of continuity for people with dementia, with implications for their quality of life and personhood. Further implications of these findings for dementia care and future research are discussed...
- Nursing students' knowledge and beliefs about care of older adults in a shifting context of nursing educationJennifer Baumbusch
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
J Adv Nurs 68:2550-8. 2012..Thus, stand-alone courses in gerontological nursing are being eliminated and integrated with general adult content. The effect of this approach remains poorly understood...
- Caring for hospitalized older adults at risk for delirium: the silent, unspoken piece of nursing practiceSherry Dahlke
School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
J Gerontol Nurs 34:41-7. 2008..To improve care, the older population must be acknowledged, and nurses must possess the knowledge and resources needed to meet this population's unique needs...
- Nursing instructors' and male nursing students' perceptions of undergraduate, classroom nursing educationJeff M Dyck
School of Nursing, British Columbia Institute of Technology, 3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Nurse Educ Today 29:649-53. 2009..These findings suggest that nursing instructors need to consider gender in their teaching practice, avoid parody or stereotypes of masculinities, and reject assumptions that male students are homogeneous...
- Shifting patterns of everyday activity in early dementia: experiences of men and their familiesAlison Phinney
1University of British Columbia School of Nursing, Vancouver, BC, Canada
J Fam Nurs 19:348-74. 2013....