Rural Nursing, Fifth Edition: Concepts, Theory, and Practice
Editors: Charlene A. Winters and Helen J. Lee
Contributing co-authors: Marilyn A. Swan and Barbara B. Hobbs
Marilyn A. Swan and Barbara B. Hobbs co-authored chapter 6, "Lack of Anonymity: Changes for the 21st Century."
"The newly revised fifth edition of this authoritative classic continues to be the only text to focus specifically on rural nursing concepts, theory, research, practice, education, public health, and healthcare delivery from a national and international perspective. Updated with 22 new chapters, these additions expand upon the rural nursing theory base and research. Content delves into the life of rural nurses, addressing their unique day-to-day challenges of living without anonymity, often acting as the sole healthcare provider, and establishing self-reliance as a nurse generalist. New chapters provide information on unique populations, such as veterans and Native Americans, as well as specific types of care, such as palliative nursing, bereavement support, substance abuse treatment, and much more."
Springer Publishing Company
Winters, Charlene A.; Lee, Helen J.; Swan, Marilyn A.; and Hobbs, Barbara B., "Rural Nursing, Fifth Edition: Concepts, Theory, and Practice" (2018). College of Nursing Faculty Books. 2.