Contemporary Issues in Nursing V2

In separate interviews, three distinguished male nurse leaders offer their views on a wide range of contemporary nursing topics from the preferred future for global healthcare, to the nature of nursing leadership, to nursing education needs in the 21st century.

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In separate interviews, three distinguished male nurse leaders offer their views on a wide range of contemporary nursing topics from the preferred future for global healthcare, to the nature of nursing leadership, to nursing education needs in the 21st century.

Tim Porter OGrady, RN, EdD, CNAA, CS, FAAN

Porter-O'Grady has been involved in health care for 35 years. He has served in many positions from clinical provider to both hospital and health service executive in a variety of health services. Porter-O'Grady is senior partner of Tim Porter-O'Grady Associates. He serves as an associate professor of nursing at Emory University. Porter-O'Grady holds degrees in nursing, clinical administration, learning behavior and health systems. He has done post-doctoral work in aging and is a certified clinical specialist in gerontology.

Dan Pesut, APRN, BC, PhD, FAAN

Professor and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies at Indiana University School of Nursing, Pesut has written extensively, including several textbooks. He received his bachelors degree from Northern Illinois University, his masters from the University of Texas and his PhD from the University of Michigan.

Peter I. Buerhaus, PhD, RN, FAAN

Peter Buerhaus is the Valere Potter Professor of Nursing and Senior Associate Dean for Research at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. Dr. Buerhaus research program involves studies on employment and earnings of nursing personnel, implications of an aging RN workforce, nurse staffing and quality of patient care, and health professionals and public opinion on issues affecting the delivery of health care.

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