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Index 161 Abbott, Andrew, 34 administrators, 12, 23 advanced practice nurses: demand for, 34; and nursing colleagues, 127; and public, 117; reimbursement , 119, 120, 125, 126, 127, 128 Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, 119, 120 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 119 American Academy of Nurse Practitioners , 60–61 American Academy of Nursing, 63, 129 American Association of Colleges of Nursing: newsletter, 129, 130, 131; respondents’ membership in, 60, 131; surveys, 34, 39; and Tri-Council for Nursing , 64 American Association of Retired Persons, 75 American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 106, 114 American Journal of Nursing, 128, 129, 130 American Medical Association: and Clinton health task force, 91; economic interests of, 68; membership , 67; PAC, 90; power of, 66, 67, 71, 72, 73, 74, 88 American Nurse, 128, 129, 130, 131 American Nurses Association. See ANA American nurses overseas associations , 54 American Organization of Nurse Executives, 64 ANA (American Nurses Association ), 49–58; alliances, 52, 111, 114; Board of Directors, 33, 56; and Clinton endorsement, 90–91; Commission on Economic and General Welfare, 104; Committee on Education, 21; Congress on Nursing Practice and Economics, 58; Congressional District Coordinators , 92; constituency, 54; councils, 56–58, 63; Department of Governmental Affairs, 85; Economic and General Welfare Program, 103, 105, 107; and Federal Nursing Chiefs, 55; financial resources, 55, 58, 106; future of, 66–67; Futures Task Force, 53; House of Delegates, 33, 42, 55, 58, 65, 89, 101, 105; issues of concern, 11, 21–22, 33, 42, 49, 52, 56, 57, 67, 108, 130; labor relations structure, 105; member participation, 54, 56; membership, 37, 49–53, 54–55, 59, 60, 61, 68, 106, 131; Membership Project Management Team, 52–53; and NOLF (National Organization Liaison Forum), 63; and nurse congressional candidates, 91; Nurses Strategic Action Team (N-STAT), 92; and nursing publications, 129, 130; PAC (political action committee), 35, 88, 89–92; and political education, 85; polls, 81, 105; power of, 52, 66–67, 71; research , 42; Senate Coordinators, 92; “Speak Up” panels, 68, 100, 120; and specialty organizations, 58, 64, 65–66; and strikes, 103, 108; structure, 54–56; Task Force on Professional Practice Advocacy , 105, 107; and Tri-Council for Nursing, 63; and United American Nurses, 105–7 Archer, Sarah Ellen, 66, 134 associate degree programs, nursing education, 20–22, 59 Association for Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, 60 autonomy: and nursing profession, 4, 10, 17, 35, 58; and professionalization , 23–25, 62; and professions , 14; and trade unionism, 102 baccalaureate degree programs, nursing education: enrollments, 34; and entry into practice, 33; goals of, 30; nature of, 21–22; respondents ’ affiliation with, 45; values, 4 baccalaureate and higher degree programs, nursing education: and entry into practice, 33; nature of, 21–22; and nurses, 21; nursing faculty, 39, 50; and policy development , 30; and practice, 58; and research-based education, 43; respondents ’ affiliation with, 45; values and skills transmitted, 3–4 Baer, Ellen, D., 43 Barry, C., 134 Beletz, Elaine E., 102 Brush, Barbara L., 20 Bullough, Bonnie, 38, 42 Bullough, V.L., 42 Bureau of Health Professions, 3, 39 business, 76 California State Nurses Association, 103, 107, 108 Capital Update, 128, 130, 131 Cappella, Joseph N., 124 CHAMPUS, 126 Chronicle of Higher Education, 129, 130 Citizen Action, 93 citizen groups, 69–70, 112 clinical nurse specialists, 125, 126 Clinton, Bill: election of, 80; and health care reform, 75, 90, 91, 93, 120, 123, 124; presidency, 84, 120 162 Index Clinton, Hillary, 91 closure, 4, 7, 15–19, 23–24, 25 CMAs (constituency member associations ). See constituency member associations coalitions, 11, 63–65, 111–12, 113, 114 collective bargaining, 50, 101–6, 108 communal activities, 99, 109–10, 112, 113, 114 community health nurses, 116 Community Nursing Organizations, 125–26 community rating, 122 Congress on Nursing Practice and Economics, ANA, 58 congressional committees: changes in, 95; and health policy, 94; and iron triangles, 73; and issue networks , 74; and PACs (political action committees), 93, 97; and policy entrepreneurs, 96; and policy process, 71 Congressional Monitor, 129, 130, 131 Congressional Record, 129, 130, 131 constituency member associations (CMAs), 55, 60, 92 cost-conscious choice, 122 Crimea, 14 Crusades, 14 culture, 26, 27–28 “curriculum revolution,” 134 Davies, Celia, 9 Democratic convention, 114 Democratic party, 47, 90, 124 dentists, 17 Diagnostic Related Groups (DRGs), 125 diploma programs, nursing education , 19–20, 21, 22 direct action, 100–101, 108, 109 district nurses associations, 54 Dock, Lavinia, 34, 48, 50 Drucker, Peter I., 1 Duverger...

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9780791485170
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9780791460733
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62386551
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170
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2012-01-01
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English
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