Priscilla LeMone, RN, DSN, FAANAssociate Professor Emeritus. Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri
Adjunct Associate Professor of Nursing, College of Nursing, The University of Ohio
Priscilla LeMone spent most of her career as a nurse educator, teaching medical-surgical nursing and pathophysiology at all levels from diploma to doctoral students. She has a diploma in nursing from Deaconess College of Nursing (St. Louis, Missouri), baccalaureate and master’s degrees from Southeast Missouri State University, and a doctorate in nursing from the University of Alabama—Birmingham. She is retired as an Associate Professor Emeritus, Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri—Columbia, but continues to keep up to date in nursing both as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Ohio State University, College of Nursing and as an author of nursing textbooks.
Dr. LeMone had numerous awards for scholarship and teaching during her more than 30 years as a nurse educator. She is most honored for receiving the Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence from the University of Missouri—Columbia, the Unique Contribution Award from the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, and for being selected as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing
Dr. LeMone currently lives in Ohio. She enjoys traveling, gardening, knitting and reading fiction.
She believes that her education gave her solid and everlasting roots in nursing. Her work with students has given her the wings that have allowed her love of nursing and teaching to continue through the years
Karen M. Burke, RN, MS
Karen Burke has been a nurse educator for much of her career, teaching basic and advanced medical-surgical nursing and pathophysiology. She retired as director of the nursing and health occupations programs at Clatsop Community College in Astoria, Oregon, subsequently serving as nursing education consultant and program manager for the Oregon State Board of Nursing. She currently provides consulting services for nursing and higher education.
Ms. Burke earner her diploma in nursing from Emanuel Hospital School of Nursing in Portland, Oregon, later completing baccalaureate studies at Oregon Health & Science University, and a master’s degree in nursing at the University of Portland. She has been actively involved in nursing education and clinical nursing education reform, as well as in initiatives to address the nursing faculty shortage. Ms. Burke is coauthor of another text, Medical-Surgical Nursing Care (3rd edition) with Elaine Mohn-Brown and Linda Eby.
Ms Burke strongly values the nursing profession and the importance of providing a strong education in the art and science of nursing for students preparing to enter the profession, no matter which educational path is being pursued.
Gerene Bauldoff, RN, PhD, FAAN
Gerene Bauldoff is an Associate Professor of Clinical Nursing at the Ohio State University College of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio. She has been a nurse educator for ten years, teaching medical-surgical nursing, clinical specialist role and translational science courses at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels. Prior to her nursing educator role, her clinical background includes home health nurse, lung transplant coordinator and pulmonary rehabilitation coordinator. Dr. Bauldoff has a diploma from the Western Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA, and a BSN from LaRoche College, in Pittsburgh. Her graduate education is from the University of Pittsburgh, with a MSN in Medical-surgical nursing (Cardiopulmonary clinical nurse specialist) and PhD in Nursing in 2001, training under Leslie Hoffman, PhD, RN, FAAN.
- 6th Ed.
- © Pearson Education, Inc.
- Gerene Bauldoff RN, PhD, FAAN; Karen Burke RN, MS; Paula Gubrud RN, MS, EdD., FAAN; Priscilla LeMone RN, DSN, FAAN
- ISBN-10: 0-13-313943-3 / ISBN-13: 978-0-13-313943-3
- Nursing, Surgery
Medical-Surgical Nursing: Clinical Reasoning in Patient Care, Sixth Edition is appropriate for courses in medical-surgical nursing. It also serves as a helpful reference for practicing nurses.
Improving clinical reasoning; focusing on what a new nurse needs to know
Medical-Surgical Nursing provides readers with all of the practical knowledge and skills they need to care for adult patients—without overwhelming readers with unnecessarily dense writing that is beyond the beginning nurse’s scope of practice. Carefully selected content focuses on the things that new nurses will need to know when they first enter practice: how to promote health, facilitate recovery from illness and injury, and provide support when coping with disability or loss. Throughout the text, the authors focus on individualized holistic nursing care as the essential element in learning and practicing nursing, regardless of the gender, age, race, culture, or socioeconomic background of the patient or practitioner. Readers are given the tools they need to develop their clinical reasoning abilities so that they can make safe and effective decisions on the job. With its understandable language, visual approach, and consistent teaching and learning format, it’s no surprise that readers overwhelmingly report that they truly like reading this text.
Teaching and Learning Experience
To provide a better teaching and learning experience, for both instructors and students, this program will help:
- • Develop Clinical Reasoning Skills for Today and Tomorrow: Students are encouraged to think creatively and critically about patient care.
- • Visualize Pathophysiology: A highly-visual presentation of the underlying pathophysiology of disease helps bring the content to life, enhancing students’ understanding and aiding in clinical application.
- • Focus on Nursing Care: The authors emphasize holistic, individualized care for all patients.