Rural Nursing: Concepts, Theory, and Practice, Sixth Edition
Editors: Charlene A. Winters and Helen J. Lee
Contributing co-authors: Marilyn A. Swan and Barbara B. Hobbs
K.M. Reeder, Victoria Britson, Mary Kay Nissen
Marilyn A. Swan and Barbara B. Hobbs co-authored chapter 6, "Lack of Anonymity: Changes for the 21st Century."
K.M. Reeder, Victoria Britson, and Mary Kay Nissen co-authored chapter 11 "Telehealth in Rural Nursing Practice."
"Now in its sixth edition, this authoritative classic remains the only text to provide a wide range of essential information for nurses who work in sparsely populated and vulnerable geographical areas. Focusing on rural nursing concepts, theory, research, education, public health, and healthcare delivery from a national and international perspective, the sixth edition is distinguished by its emphasis on practical applications. With ten completely new chapters and substantial revisions, it disseminates the skills and knowledge required for effective nursing practice, education, and research regarding the evolving rural and frontier setting."
Springer Publishing Company
Winters, Charlene A.; Lee, Helen J.; Swan, Marilyn A.; Hobbs, Barbara B.; Reeder, K. M.; Britson, Victoria; and Nissen, Mary Kay, "Rural Nursing: Concepts, Theory, and Practice, Sixth Edition" (2018). College of Nursing Faculty Books. 2.