1. The undeaning transition: Toward becoming a former dean.

    Nursing Outlook 64(2):186 (2016) PMID 26833252

    Stepping up from leadership is a protracted transition that involves a complex set of interactions with many constituents. It begins with making the personal decision to step up to integrating the role of the dean in existing repertoire of roles that the person enacts. Deliberate planning, aware...
  2. My wish for a global research agenda in nursing.

    Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 23(4):569 (2015) PMID 26444156 PMCID PMC4623717

  3. Special section on cultural competency.

    Journal of Professional Nursing 24(3):131 (2008) PMID 18504024

  4. Safe womanhood is not safe motherhood: policy implications.

    Health Care for Women International 26(6):464 (2005) PMID 16020014

    The world continues to be unsafe for girls and women. Although natural disasters and man-made disasters make the world unsafe for all people, the gender divide further compromises safety of women. In addition to being at higher risk for violence, rape, trafficking, and abuse, women's injury and ...
  5. Multiple role stress and patterns of coping of Egyptian women in clerical jobs.

    Journal of Transcultural Nursing 14(2):125 (2003) PMID 12772621

    Egyptian women are increasingly becoming a significant work force; however, many of these women continue to occupy low-income jobs. In the study reported here, 190 women in Egypt employed in clerical jobs were asked about the satisfaction and stress they experience in their work and maternal rol...
  6. Grandmothers and women's health: from fragmentation to coherence.

    Health Care for Women International 23(2):207 (2002) PMID 11868967

    There is a paucity of models that drive integrated research agendas, and coherent approaches to development and progress of knowledge about women's health. In this article, we review four major models of women's health, present conditions supporting more integrative and coherent models of women'...
  7. Man works from sun to sun, but woman's work is never done: insights on research and policy.

    Health Care for Women International 23(6-7):742 (2002) PMID 12418993

    Gender equity and equality in health and human development are key national and international goals. To achieve these goals, the androcentric definition of work needs to be addressed. The current definition is driven by the globalized capitalistic model, which equates "work" with generating inco...
  8. Expanding the visibility of women's work: Policy implications

    Nursing Outlook 45(6):258 (1997)

  9. Facilitating transitions: Redefinition of the nursing mission

    Nursing Outlook 42(6):255 (1994)

  10. Maternal role of clerical workers: A feminist analysis

    Social Science & Medicine 32(12):1425 (1991)

    This paper presents the qualitative findings about women's maternal role from an interview study of role integration and health in a U.S. sample of 87 women clerical workers. The data draws from clerical women's perceptions of the satisfactions and stresses they experience in their roles as...
  11. Doctoral education in nursing: Its present and its future

    Journal of Professional Nursing 4(6):436 (1988)

  12. Effect of modernization on Kuwaiti women

    Social Science & Medicine 16(9):965 (1982)

    This research explores the effects of rapid modernization on women who, on one hand, have new educational and occupational opportunities and, on the other hand, still confront conservative societal restrictions based on Middle Eastern norms and values. The setting is the Sheikdom of Kuwait,...
  13. Innovative educational changes: A paradigm

    International Journal of Nursing Studies 18(1):33 (1981)

  14. The health care system of Kuwait: The social paradoxes

    Social Science & Medicine. Part A: Medical Psyc... 13:743 (1979)

    The purpose of this paper is to describe and discuss the major paradoxes of the health care system of the rich and developing Sheikhdom of Kuwait. With the recent economic affluence that is experienced in the new rich countries of the world, the question is raised “How does such economic af...
  15. The graduate dilemma: the Kuwaiti experience

    International Journal of Nursing Studies 16(4):337 (1979)