Bibliography: Scholarship of Practice with Families

This is a collection of known publications and media productions by Dr. Lorraine M. Wright, Dr. Janice M. Bell, and faculty colleagues, Dr. Nancy J. Moules and Dr. Wendy Watson as well as master’s and doctoral graduates associated with the Family Nursing Unit, University of Calgary (1982-2007). The legacy of this family-focused scholarship in Family Systems Nursing continues to grow.

Dr. Lorraine M. Wright (Director 1982-2002); Dr. Wendy L. Watson (1982-1992); Dr. Janice M. Bell (1986-2002; Director 2002-2007); Dr. Nancy J. Moules (2000-2007)

Many of the publications listed in this bibliography are available for free public access at the Family Nursing Unit Collection of PRISM: University of Calgary Digital Repository:  http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/44060

Updated: June 2017

MEDIA PRODUCTIONS

Wright, L. M. (Producer). (2016). Therapeutic conversations with families? What’s love got to do with it? [DVD]. (available from http://www.lorrainewright.com/lovedvd.htm)

Wright, L.M. & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2010). Common errors in family interviewing: How to avoid & correct [DVD]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M. & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2010).  Tips and microskills for interviewing: Families of the Elderly [DVD]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M. & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2010).  Interviewing an individual to gain a family perspective with chronic illness:  A clinical demonstration [DVD]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M. (Producer). (2007). Spirituality, suffering, and illness: Conversations for healing. [DVD/Videotape]. (available from: www.lorrainewright.com)

Wright, L.M. & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2006).  How to use questions in family interviewing. [DVD/Videotape]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2003). How to intervene with families with health concerns [DVD/Videotape]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2002). Family nursing interviewing skills:  how to engage, assess, intervene, and terminate [DVD/Videotape].  (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2001). Calgary Family Assessment Model: How to apply in clinical practice [DVD/Videotape]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (Producers).  (2000). How to do a 15 minute (or less) interview [DVD/Videotape]. (available from www.FamilyNursingResources.com)

Tapp, D., Wright, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (Producers).  (2000). Biology of cognition and biology of love [Videotapes].  Dr. Humberto Maturana Workshop, 1998.  (available from www.janicembell.com). Also cited as: Maturana, H. (1998).  Biology of cognition and biology of love (videotapes of workshop presented at the University of Calgary). Available from www.janicembell.com.

No longer in circulation:

Watson, W.L.  (Producer).  (1989a). Families and psychosocial problems [Videotape].

Watson, W.L. (Producer).  (1989b). Family systems interventions [Videotape].

Watson, W.L. (Producer).  (1988a).  A family with chronic illness:  A “tough” family copes well [Videotape].

Watson, W.L.  (Producer).  (1988b).  Aging families and Alzheimer’s disease [Videotape].

Watson, W.L. (Producer).  (1988c).  Fundamentals of family systems nursing [Videotape].

BOOKS

Wright, L. M. (2017). Suffering and spirituality: The path to illness healing. Calgary, Alberta, Canada: 4th Floor Press.

Wright, L.M. (2013). Don’t get married…Unless: Know when, to whom and if you should tie the knot–and hot to fortify your marriage once you do.  Calgary, Alberta, Canada: 4th Floor Press. (Kindle version available from Amazon.com)

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (2013).  Nurses and families: A guide to family assessment and intervention (6th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis. (previous editions: 1st ed. 1984; 2nd ed. 1994; 3rd ed. 2000; 4th ed., 2005; 5th ed., 2009)

Wright, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (2009).  Beliefs and illness: A model for healing.  Calgary, Alberta, Canada: 4th Floor Press. (Website: http://www.illnessbeliefsmodel.com) Free download of the Table of Contents and Chapter 1 is available from DSpace, University of Calgary Library: http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/bitstream/1880/48559/1/Beliefs_and%20Illness_2009.pdf  (Kindle version available from Amazon.com)

Wright, L.M.  (2005).  Spirituality, suffering, and illness:  Ideas for healing. Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis.

Wright, L.M., Watson, W.L., & Bell, J.M. (1996). Beliefs: The heart of healing in families and illness. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Feetham, S.L., Meister, S.B., Bell, J.M., & Gilliss, C.L. (Eds.).  (1993).  The nursing of families: Theory/research/education/practice.  Newbury Park, CA: SAGE. (selected papers from the 2nd International Family Nursing Conference.)

Bell, J.M., Watson, W.L., & Wright, L.M. (Eds.). (1990).  The cutting edge of family nursing.  Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Family Nursing Unit Publications. (selected papers from the 1st International Family Nursing Conference.) Free download available from DSpace, University of Calgary Library: http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/bitstream/1880/45100/3/FNU_CuttingEdge.pdf

Leahey, M., & Wright, L.M. (Eds.). (1987).  Families & life-threatening illness.  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Leahey, M., & Wright, L.M. (Eds.). (1987).  Families & psychosocial problems.  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (Eds.). (1987).  Families & chronic illness.  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

PROCEEDINGS

Bell, J.M., Wright, L.M., Leahey, M., Watson, W.L., & Chenger, P.L. (Eds.). (1988).  Proceedings of the [First] International Family Nursing Conference.  Calgary, Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary. Free download is available from DSpace, University of Calgary Library: http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/bitstream/1880/45216/1/FNU_ConfProc_1988.pdf

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

2010-Present

Bell, J. M. (2015). Growing the science of Family Systems Nursing: Family health intervention research focused on illness suffering and family healing [L’avancement de la recherché sur l’intervention infirmiere systémique en santé familiale: bilan]. In F. Duhamel (Ed.), La santé et la famille: Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care] (3rd ed., 102-125.) Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin editeur, Chenelière Éducation. [In French]  English language translation available from U of C Institutional Repository, PRISM: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51114.

Bell, J.M., & Wright, L.M. (2011).  The Illness Beliefs Model: Creating practice knowledge for families experiencing illness suffering.  In E.K. Svarvarsdottir & H. Jonsdottir (Eds.), Family nursing in action (pp. 15-51).  Reykjavik, Iceland: University of Iceland Press.

Moules, N.J., Laing, C., Morck, A., & Toner, N. (2011). Stepping into the middle: Family research in pediatric oncology–Connecting research and practice. In E. K. Svavarsdottir & H.Jonsdottir (Eds.) Family nursing in action (pp. 271-284). Reykjavik, Iceland: University of Iceland Press.

2000-2009

Moules, N.J. (2009). Grief and families: Applying the Illness Beliefs Model to bereavement.  In L.M. Wright & J.M. Bell.  Beliefs and illness:  A model for healing (pp. 305-317).  Calgary, Alberta, Canada:  4th Floor Press.

Wright, L.M. (2009). Spirituality, suffering, and beliefs: The soul of healing with families. In F. Walsh (Ed.), Spiritual resources in family therapy (2nd ed., pp. 65-80).  New York, NY:Guilford.  (Previous edition: 1999).

Bell, J.M., & Wright, L.M. (2007). La recherche sur la pratique des soins infirmiers à la famille [Research on family interventions]. In F. Duhamel (Ed.), La santé et la famille: Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care] (2nd ed., pp. 87-105).  Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin editeur, Chenelière Éducation. [In French] (An English version of this book chapter available for public access at DSpace,  University of Calgary Library: https://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/44060 )

Moules, N.J. (2006). A whispered story. In C. Sorrell Dinkins & J. Merkle Sorrell (Eds.), Listening to the whispers: Re-thinking ethics in healthcare (pp. 7-9). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Wright, L.M., Leahey, M., & Perry, A.G. (2005).  Family nursingIn J.C. Ross-Kerr & M.J. Wood (Eds.), Canadian fundamentals of nursing (pp. 295-314).  Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Elsevier Mosby.

Raffin Bouchal, S., & Moules, N. (2003).  Loss, grieving and death. In S. Raffin Bouchal & S. Hirst (Eds.), Fundamentals of Canadian nursing: Concepts, process and practice (pp. 1340-1364). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Pearson Education.

Levac, A.M.C., Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (2002). Children and families: Models for assessment and intervention. In J.A. Fox (Ed.), Primary health care of infants, children, and adolescents (2nd ed., pp. 10-19). St Louis, MO: Mosby.

Wright, L.M. (2000).  What’s love got to do with it?  Conversations that heal.  In W.L. Watson (Ed.), The arms of His love (pp. 148-157).  Salt Lake City, UT: Brookcraft.

1990-1999

Wright, L.M. (1997). Multiple sclerosis, beliefs and families: Professional and personal stories of suffering and strength. In S. McDaniel, J. Hepworth, & W.J. Doherty (Eds.), The shared experience of illness: Stories of patients, families, and their therapists (pp. 263-273).  New York, NY: Basic Books.

Bell, J.M., & Wright, L.M. (1995).  L’avenir de la recherche en soins infirmiers de la famille: Les interventions.  In F. Duhamel (Dir.), La Santé et la famille: Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers (pp. 87-99). Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin Éditeur.

Wright, L.M., & Levac, A.M. (1993).  The non-existence of non-compliant families: The influence of Humberto Maturana.  In S.L. Feetham, S.B. Meister, J.M. Bell, & C.L. Gilliss (Eds.), The nursing of families: Theory/research/education/practice (pp.111-117). Newbury Park, CA: SAGE (reprinted with permission).

Wright, L.M., & Nagy, J. (1993).  Death: The most troublesome family secret of all.  In E. Imber Black (Ed.), Secrets in families and family therapy (pp. 121-137).  New York, NY: W.W. Norton.

Watson, W.L. (1992).  Family therapy.  In G.M. Bulechek & J.C. McCloskey (Eds.), Nursing interventions: Essential nursing treatments (2nd ed., pp. 379-391).  Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders.

Wright, L.M., Watson, W.L., & Bell, J.M. (1990).  The Family Nursing Unit: A unique integration of research, education and clinical practice.  In J.M. Bell, W.L. Watson, & L.M. Wright (Eds.), The cutting edge of family nursing (pp. 95-112).  Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Family Nursing Unit Publications. Free download of the entire books is available from the Family Nursing Unit Collection, DSpace, University of Calgary Library:  https://dspace.ucalgary.ca/bitstream/1880/45100/3/FNU_CuttingEdge.pdf

1980-1989

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1988).  Nursing and family therapy training.  In H.A. Liddle, D.C. Breunlin, & R.C. Schwartz (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy training and supervision (pp. 78-289).  New York, NY: Guilford Family Therapy Series, Guilford.

Wright, L.M., & Watson, W.L. (1988).  Systemic family therapy and family development.  In C.J. Falicov (Ed.), Family transitions: Continuity and change over the life cycle (pp. 407-430).   New York, NY: Guilford.

Bell, J.M. (1987).  Assessing marital responses to the threat of breast cancer.  In M. Leahey & L.M. Wright (Eds.), Families & life-threaten­ing illness (pp. 129-142).  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Leahey, M., & Wright, L.M.  (1987).  Families and chronic illness:  Assumptions, assessment and intervention.  In L.M. Wright & M. Leahey (Eds.), Families & chronic illness (pp. 55-76).  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Watson, W.L.  (1987).  Intervening with aging families and Alzheimer’s disease.  In L.M. Wright & M. Leahey (Eds.), Families & chronic illness (pp. 381-404).  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M.  (1987). Families and life-threatening ill­ness:  Assumptions, assessment and intervention.  In  M.Leahey & L.Wright (Eds.), Families & life-threatening illness (pp. 45-58).  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M.  (1987). Families and psychosocial problems:  Assumptions, assessment and intervention.  In M. Leahey &  L.Wright  (Eds.), Families & psychosocial problems (pp. 17-34).  Springhouse, PA: Springhouse.

Watson, W.L., & Wright, L.M. (1984).  The elderly and their families: An interactional view.  In  J.C.  Hansen & E. Imber Coppersmith (Eds.), Families with a handicapped member (pp. 75-78).  Rockville, MD:  Family Therapy Collections, Aspen Systems.

Wright, L.M., & Watson, W.L. (1982).  What’s in a name:  Redefining family therapy.  In A. Gurman (Ed.), Questions and answers in the practice of family therapy (Vol. 2, pp. 27-30).  New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

Tomm,  K.M., & Wright, L.M. (1982).  Multilevel training and supervision in an outpatient service program.  In R. Whiffen & J. Byng-Hall (Eds.), Family therapy supervision: Descriptions of teaching practices (pp. 211-227).  London, England:  Academic Press.

Wright, L.M., & Bell, J. (1981).  Nurses, families and illness:  A new combination.  In D. Freeman & B. Trute (Eds.), Treating families with special needs (pp. 199-205).  Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: The Canadian Association of Social Workers.

ARTICLES

2012-2017

Bell, J. M. (2017). Social media and family nursing scholars: Catching up with 2007 [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 23(1), 3-12. doi: 10.1177/1074840717694524

Bell, J. M. (2016). The central importance of therapeutic conversations in family nursing: Can talking be healing? [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 22, 439-449. doi: 10.1177/1074840716680837

Leahey, M., & Wright, L. M. (2016). Application of the Calgary Family Assessment and Intervention Models: Reflections on the reciprocity between the personal and the professional. Journal of Family Nursing. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/1074840716667972

Wright, L. M. (2015). Eckhart Tolle’s spiritual words of wisdom: Application to family nursing practice [Guest Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 21(4), 503-507. doi:10.1177/1074840715606244

Bell, J. M. (2015). Making a difference in family nursing: History of the Journal of Family Nursing Awards (2005-2011) [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 21(3), 355-361. doi:10.1177/1074840715598125

Bell, J. M., & Wright, L. M. (2015). The Illness Beliefs Model: Advancing practice knowledge about illness beliefs, family healing, and family interventions [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 21(2), 179-185. doi:10.1177/1074840715586889 [SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE ILLNESS BELIEFS MODEL]  

Wright, L. M. (2015).  Brain science and illness beliefs: An unexpected explanation of the healing power of therapeutic conversations and the family interventions that matter. Journal of Family Nursing, 21(2), 186-205. doi:10.1177/1074840715575822 [SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE ILLNESS BELIEFS MODEL]

West, C. H., Bell, J. M., Woodgate, R. L., & Moules, N. L. (2015).  Waiting to return to normal: An exploration of Family Systems intervention in childhood cancer.  Journal of Family Nursing, 21(2), 261-294.  doi:10.1177/1074840715576795 [SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE ILLNESS BELIEFS MODEL]

Bell, J. M. (2014). Creating a culture of feedback in family nursing [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 20(4), 383-389. doi: 10.1177/1074840714559505

Bell, J. M. (2014).  Family centered care and family nursing: Three beliefs that matter most [Guest Editorial for a Special Issue on Family Centered Care]. Pfelge, 27(4), 213-217. doi:10.1024/1012-5302/a000369

Bell, J. M. (2014). Knowledge translation in family nursing: Gazing into the Promised Land [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 20(1), 3-12. doi:10.1177/1074840714521731

Bell, J. M. (2013). Family nursing is more than family centered care [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 19(4), 411-417. doi:10.1177/1074840713512750

Bell, J.M. (2013). Highlights from the 1st International Family Nursing Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May 24-27, 1988.  Journal of Family Nursing, 19(4), 509-510. doi:10.1177/1074840713507527

Bell, J.M. (2013). Highlights from the 11th International Family Nursing Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, June 19-22, 2013 [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 19(3), 291-294. doi:10.1177/1074840713500220

Sveinbjarnardottir, E.K., Svavarsdottir, E.K., & Wright, L.M. (2013). What are the benefits of a short therapeutic conversation intervention with acute psychiatric patients and their families?  A controlled before and after studyInternational Journal of Nursing Studies, 50(5), 593-602.

Bell, J.M. (2013). Highlights from the 10th International Family Nursing Conference, Kyoto, Japan, June 24-28, 2010 [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 19(2), 135-139. doi: 10.1177/1074840713486859

Thirsk, L.M., & Moules, N.J. (2013). “I can just be me”: Advanced practice nursing with families experiencing grief. Journal of Family Nursing, 19, 74-98. doi:10.1177/1074840712471445

Thirsk, L.M., & Moules, N.J. (2012).  Considerations for grief interventions: Eras of witnessing with families.  Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 65(2), 107-124. doi:10.2190/OM.65.2.b

Bell, J.M. (2012). Making ideas stick: The 15-Minute Family Interview [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 18(2), 171-174. doi:10.1177/1074840712443663

Tapp, D.M., & Moules, N.J. (2012).  Enlivening the rhetoric of family nursing: “there, in the midst of things, his whole family listening”.  Journal of Appllied Hermeneutics. PID: http://hdl.handle.net/10515/sy5d795p4

Moules, N.J., Bell, J.M., Paton, B.I. & Morck, A.C. (2012). Examining pedagogical practices in Family Systems Nursing: Intentionality, complexity, and doing well by families. Journal of Family Nursing, 18(2), 261-295. doi:10.1177/1074840711435508

2006-2011

Bell, J.M. (2011). Innovative Contribution to Family Nursing Award 2011: Kazuko Ishigaki, RN, PHN, PhD; Kazuko Suzuki, RN, PHN, DSN; Sayumi Nojima, RN, PHN, DSN; and Nami Kobayashi, RN, CHN, PhD.  Journal of Family Nursing, 17(4), 411-415. doi:10.1177/1074840711424966

Moules, N.J. (2010-2011). Internal connections and conversations: The internalized other interview in bereavement work. Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 62(2), 187-199doi:10.2190/OM.62.2.f

Bell, J.M. (2011). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Award 2011: Lawrence H. Ganong, PhD.  Journal of Family Nursing, 17(2), 283-290. doi:10.1177/1074840711417691

Bell, J.M. (2011).  Relationships: The heart of the matter in family nursing [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 17(1), 3-10. doi: 10.1177/1074840711398464

Marshall, A., Bell, J.M., & Moules, N.J. (2010).  Beliefs, suffering, and healing: A clinical practice model for families experiencing mental illness.  Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 46(3),182-96.  doi: 10.1111/j.1744-6163.2010.00259.x

Moules, N.J. (2010). How do you feel something when there is no word for it? Reflections on grief in Brazil – - Teaching, nursing, and research [Invited Editorial]. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP[Journal of School of Nursing University of Sao Paulo], 44(2), 243-249. ISSN: 00806234

Norris, J.M., Moules, N.J., Pellitier, G., & Culos-Reed, S.N. (2010). Families of young pediatric cancer survivors: A cross-sectional survey examining physical activity behavior and health-related quality of life. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 27(4), 196-208. doi: 0.1177/1043454209358411

Moules, N.J., & Johnstone, H. (2010). Commendations, conversations, and life-changing realizations: Teaching and practicing family nursing. Journal of Family Nursing, 16(2), 146-160. doi: 10.1177/1074840710365148

McLeod, D.L., Tapp, D.M., Moules, N.J., & Campbell, M.E. (2010). Knowing the family: Interpretations of family nursing in oncology and palliative care. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 14, 93-100. PMID: 19892595

Bell, J.M. (2010).  Social media and family nursing: Where is my tribe? [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 16(3), 251-255.  doi:10.1177/1074840710378404

Bell, J.M. (2010). Family nursing education: Faster, higher, stronger [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 16(2), 135-145. doi: 10.1177/1074840710368936

Bell, J.M. (2010). Innovative Contribution to Family Nursing Award 2009: Anna Stefánsdóttir, RN, MSc; Anna Ólafía Sigurðardóttir, RN, MS; Elísabet Konráðsdóttir, RN, MSc; and Eydís Kristín Sveinbjarnardóttir, RN, MSN. Journal of Family Nursing, 16(1), 3-7.  doi:10.1177/1074840709357683

Bell, J.M. (2009).  Highlights from the 9th International Family Nursing Conference [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 15(4), 407-411. doi:10.1177/1074840709351670

St. John, W., & Flowers, K. (2009).  Working with families:  From theory to clinical nursing practice.  Collegian, 16, 131-138. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2009.04.001 (These authors were visiting scholars to the Family Nursing Unit and this publication is included here because it is their research report about the Family Nursing Unit, University of Calgary)

Duhamel, F., Dupuis, F., Wright, L.M. (2009).  Families’ and nurses’ responses to the “One Question Question”: Reflections for clinical practice, education, and research in family nursing.  Journal of Family Nursing, 15(4), 461-485.  doi:10.1177/1074840709350606

Bell, J.M. (2009).  Family Systems Nursing re-examined [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 15(2), 123-129. doi: 10.1177/1074840709335533

Moules, N.J. (2009). A parent’s worst nightmare: Grief, families, and the death of a child. Journal of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 21(4), 63-69. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1880/48643

Moules, N.J., & Simonson, K. (2009). Following in behind: An interview with the Reverend Bob Glasgow on his practice with grief work. Illness, Crisis, & Loss, 17(1), 51-69. Retrieved from http://www.soulconsolation.com/library/article-followinginbehind.pdf

Bell, J.M., Moules, N.J., & Wright, L.M. (2009).  Therapeutic letters and the Family Nursing Unit: A legacy of advanced nursing practice.  Journal of Family Nursing, 15(1), 6-30. doi:10.1177/1074840709331865

Moules, N.J. (2009a). Therapeutic letters in nursing: Examining the character and influence of the written word in clinical work with families experiencing illness.  Journal of Family Nursing, 15(1), 31-49.  doi:10.1177/1074840709331639

Moules, N.J. (2009b). The past and future of therapeutic letters: Family suffering and healing words.  Journal of Family Nursing, 15(1), 102-111. doi:10.1177/1074840709332238

Wright, L.M. (2008).  Softening suffering through spiritual care practices:  One possibility for healing families.  Journal of Family Nursing, 14(4), 394-411. doi:10.1177/1074840708326493

Bell, J.M. (2008). Highlights of the 8th International Family Nursing Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, June 4-7, 2008 [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 14(4), 391-393. doi:10.1177/1074840708327975

Bell. J.M. (2008). The Family Nursing Unit, University of Calgary: Reflections on 25 years of clinical scholarship (1982-2007) and closure announcement [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 14(3), 275-288.doi: 10.1177/1074840708323598

Flowers, K., St. John, W., & Bell, J.M. (2008). The role of the clinical laboratory in teaching and learning family nursing skills.  Journal of Family Nursing, 14(2), 242-267. doi:10.1177/1074840708316562

Bell, J.M. (2008). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Research Award (2007): Catherine L. Gilliss, DNSc, RN, FAAN.  Journal of Family Nursing, 14(2), 157-161. doi:10.1177/1074840708318763

Bell, J.M. (2008). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Research Award (2007): Suzanne L. Feetham, PhD, RN, FAAN. Journal of Family Nursing, 14(2), 147-150 doi:10.1177/1074840708317052

Bell, J.M. (2008). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Research Award (2007): The research team of Kathleen A. Knafl, Janet A. Deatrick, and Agatha Gallo.  Journal of Family Nursing, 14(2), 151-156doi:10.1177/1074840708318764

McLeod, D.L., & Wright, L.M. (2008).  Living the as-yet-unanswered: Spiritual care practices in Family Systems Nursing.  Journal of Family Nursing, 14(1), 118-141.   doi:10.1177/1074840707313339

Bell, J.M., Moules, N.J., & Wright, L.M.  (2008). Closure of the Family Nursing Unit brings reflection from colleagues, students. University of Calgary, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty Links. Summer, 7.

Gottlieb, L. (2007). A tribute to the Calgary Family Nursing Unit: Lessons that go beyond family nursing [Editorial]. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 39(3), 7-11. (Editorial written about the Family Nursing Unit, University of Calgary)

Bell, J.M., Moules, N.J., & Wright, L.M. (2007).  Closure of the Family Nursing Unit (1982-2007). University of Calgary, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty Links.  Fall, 8-9.

Bell, J.M. (2007).  Innovative Contribution to Family Nursing Award 2007: Recognizing Family Nursing leaders in Thailand. Journal of Family Nursing, 13(4), 503-508. doi:10.1177/1074840707309614

Bell, J.M. (2007). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Award: Dr. Marilyn Friedman [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 13(3), 287-289.  doi:10.1177/1074840707304863

Bell, J.M. (2007). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Award: Dr. Perri J. Bomar [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 13(3), 290-292.  doi:10.1177/1074840707304867

Bell, J.M. (2007). The Family Nursing Unit (FNU) Marks 25th Anniversary.  University of Calgary, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty Links. Summer, 9-12.

Bell, J.M. (2007). Family Nursing Network.  Remembering Dr. Chieko Sugishita.  Journal of Family Nursing 13(2), 278-280.  doi:10.1177/1074840707302593

Moules, N.J., Simonson, K., Fleiszer, A.R., Prins, M., & Glasgow, B. (2007).  The soul of sorrow work: Grief and therapeutic interventions with families. Journal of Family Nursing, 13(1), 117-141.  doi:10.1177/1074840706297484

Bell, J.M. (2007). Distinguished Contribution to Family Nursing Award: Dr. Lorraine M. Wright [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 13(1), 3-8. doi:10.1177/1074840706297947

Houger Limacher, L., & Wright, L.M. (2006). Exploring the therapeutic family intervention of commendations: Insights from research. Journal of Family Nursing, 12, 307-331.  doi:10.1177/1074840706291696

Moules, N.J., Thirsk, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (2006). A Christmas without memories: Beliefs about grief and mothering–A clinical case analysis.  Journal of Family Nursing, 12(4), 426-441.  doi:10.1177/1074840706294244

Wright, L.M. (2006). Facilitating healing in illness:  Practical therapeutic techniques for diabetes educators.  The Diabetes Communicator, Jan/Feb, 8.

Moules, N.J. (2006).A cautionary tale about stories [Guest Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 12(3), 231-233.  doi:10.1177/1074840706290313

2000-2005

Wright, L. M. (2005). Family Nursing: Challenges and opportunities– Marriage: It matters in sickness and in health. Journal of Family Nursing, 11(4), 344-349.  doi:10.1177/1074840705280822

Bell, J.M. (2005).  Editor’s Note: Highlights from the 7th International Family Nursing Conference.  Journal of Family Nursing, 11(4), 324-326. doi:10.1177/1074840705282339

Bell, J.M., & Moules, N.J. (2005).   Profiles in family nursing leadership:  Innovative contributors [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 11(4), 313-323. doi:10.1177/1074840705280774

Bell, J.M. (2005). Profiles in family nursing leadership: Honoring the authors of family nursing textbooks [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 11(3), 191-194. doi:10.1177/1074840705279384

Bell,  J.M., & Kobayashi, N. (2005).  Profiles in family nursing leadership: Dr. Chieko Sugishita [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 11(2), 87-89.  doi:10.1177/1074840705276387

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (2005).  The three most common errors in family nursing: How to avoid or side-step.  Journal of Family Nursing, 11(2), 90-101.  doi:10.1177/1074840704272569

Bell, J.M. (2005). 10th Anniversary of the Journal of Family Nursing [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 11(1), 1-2.  doi:10.1177/1074840704273739

Robinson, W.D., Carroll, J. S., & Watson, W. L. (2005).  Shared cxperience building around the family crucible of cancer.  Families, Systems, & Health, 23(2), 131- 147.doi: 10.1037/1091-7527.23.2.131

Bell, J.M. (2004). Foreword. In P. Bomar (Ed.), Promoting health in families: Applying family research and theories in nursing practice (3rd ed.). Philadelphia,PA: Saunders

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (2004).  How to conclude or terminate with families.  Journal of Family Nursing, 10(3), 379-401.  doi:10.1177/1074840704267451

Rallison, L. & Moules. N.J. (2004).  The unspeakable nature of pediatric palliative care:  Unveiling many cloaks.  Journal of Family Nursing, 10(3), 287-301. doi:10.1177/1074840704267388

Bell, J.M., Moules, N.J., Simonson, K., & Fraser, J. (2004).  Marriage and illness: Therapeutic conversations with couples who are suffering.  P. Amato & N. Gonzalez (Eds.), Vision 2004: What is the future of marriage? (pp. 47-52).  Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations.

Moules, N.J., Simonson, K., Prins, M., Angus, P., & Bell, J.M. (2004).  Making room for grief: Walking backward and living forward.  Nursing Inquiry, 11(2), 99-107.doi: 10.1111/j.1440-1800.2004.00204.x

Wright, L. M., & Bell, J. M. (2004). Retrospective — Nurses, families, and illness: A new combination [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 10(1), 3-11. doi:10.1177/1074840703261066

Bell, J.M. (2003).  Clinical scholarship in family nursing [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 9(2), 127-129. doi: 10.1177/1074840703009002001

Houger Limacher, L., & Wright, L.M. (2003).  Commendations: Listening to the silent side of a family intervention.  Journal of Family Nursing, 9(2), 130-135. doi:10.1177/1074840703009002002

Bohn, U., Wright, L.M., & Moules, N.J. (2003).  A family systems nursing interview following a myocardial infarction:  The power of commendations.  Journal of Family Nursing, 9(2), 151-165. doi:10.1177/1074840703009002003

Moules, N.J. (2003).  Therapy on paper: Therapeutic letters and the tone of relationship.  Journal of Systemic Therapies, 22(1), 33-49.doi: 10.1521/jsyt.22.1.33.24091

Moules, N.J., & Tapp, D.M. (2003). Family nursing labs: Shifts, changes, and innovations. Journal of Family Nursing, 9(1), 101-117. doi: 10.1177/1074840702239493

Cobb, N., Larson, J., & Watson, W. L. (2003).  Development of the attitudes about romance and mate selection scale.  Family Relations, 52, 222 -231. doi: 10.1111/j.1741-3729.2003.00222.x

Moules, N.J. (2002). Hermeneutic Inquiry: Paying heed to history and Hermes. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 1(3), Article 1. Retrieved from http://www.ualberta.ca/~ijqm/

Moules, N.J. (2002).  Nursing on paper: Therapeutic letters in nursing practice.  Nursing Inquiry, 9(2), 104-113.  doi: 10.1046/j.1440-1800.2002.00133.x

Bell, J.M. (2002).  20th Anniversary of the Family Nursing Unit [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 8(3), 175-177.  doi:10.1177/107484070200800301

McLeod, D., & Wright, L.M. (2001).  Conversations of spirituality: Spirituality in family systems nursing – making the case with four clinical vignettes.  Journal of Family Nursing, 7(4), 391-415. doi:10.1177/107484070100700405

Wright, L.M. (2001).  Suffering and family nursing intervention research: A healing combination.  Japanese Journal of Family Nursing, 6(2), 133-140.  [In Japanese]

Bell, J.M., Swan, N.K.W., Taillon, C., McGovern, G., & Dorn, J. (2001).  Learning to nurse the family [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 7(2), 117-126.  doi:10.1177/107484070100700201

Bell, J.M. (2000).  Reflections on the 5th International Family Nursing Conference, Chicago [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 6(4), 317-319.  doi:10.1177/107484070000600401

Bell, J.M. (2000).  Editor’s choice: Selected bibliography on research with families.  Journal of Family Nursing, 6(4), 400-404. doi:10.1177/107484070000600406

Bell, J.M. (2000).  Encouraging nurses and families to think interactionally: Revisiting the usefulness of the circular pattern diagram [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 6(3), 203-209. doi:10.1177/107484070000600301

Bell, J.M. (2000).  Transforming your conference presentation into a publishable article  [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 6(2), 99-102. doi:10.1177/107484070000600201

Moules, N.J. (2000).  Postmodernism and the sacred: Reclaiming connection in our greater-than-human worlds.  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 2(1), 241-253. doi: 10.1111/j. 1752-0606.2000. tb00292. x

Moules, N.J. (2000).  Funerals, families, and family nursing: Lessons of love and practice [Guest Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 6(1), 3-7. doi:10.1177/107484070000600101

Watson, W. L. (2000). Ethical roots of marital therapy.  Journal of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists: 25th Anniversary Edition, 25(1), 64 – 75.

1990-1999

Bell, J.M. (1999).  Calgary Family Nursing Model: Practical and research tasks in family nursing.  Japanese Journal of Research in Family Nursing, 5(1), 26-33. [In Japanese]

Bell, J.M. (1999).  Therapeutic failure: Exploring uncharted territory in family nursing [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 5(4), 371-373. doi:10.1177/107484079900500401

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1999).  Maximizing time, minimizing suffering: The 15-minute (or less) family interview.  Journal of Family Nursing, 5(3), 259-273.  doi:10.1177/107484079900500302

Bell, J.M. (1999).  Family nursing in Japan: A firsthand glimpse.  Journal of Family Nursing 5(2), 236-238.  doi:10.1177/107484079900500209

Moules, N.J. (1999).  Suffering together: Whose words were they? [Guest Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 5(3), 251-258.  doi:10.1177/107484079900500301

Bell, J.M. (1998).  The professional meeting: Revenue generation versus meaningful dialogue [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 4(4), 347-379.  doi:10.1177/107484079800400401

Bell, J.M. (1998). Editors choice: Selected bibliography on family nursing theory.  Journal of Family Nursing, 4(3), 334-336.  doi:10.1177/107484079800400307

Bell, J.M. (1998).  Rx for certainty in clinical work with families: Insatiable curiosity [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 4(2), 123-126. doi:10.1177/107484079800400201

Bell, J.M. (1998). Postcard from Valdivia [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 4(1), 3-7. doi:10.1177/107484079800400101

Levac, A.M., McLean, S., Wright, L.M., Bell, J.M., “Ann”, & “Fred”. (1998). A “Reader’s Theater” intervention to managing grief: Posttherapy reflections by a family and a clinical team. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 24(1), 81-94. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-0606.1998.tb01064.x

Moules, N.J. (1998). Legitimizing grief: Challenging beliefs that constrain. Journal of Family Nursing, 4(2), 138-162. doi:10.1177/107484079800400203

Bell, J.M. (1997). Illness stories and family nursing [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 3(4), 315-317. doi:10.1177/107484079700300401

Tapp, D.M., Moules, N., Bell, J.M., & Wright, L.M. (1997). Family skills labs: Facilitating the development of family nursing skills in the undergraduate curriculum. Journal of Family Nursing, 3(3), 247-266. doi:10.1177/107484079700300303

Bell, J.M. (1997). Levels in undergraduate family nursing education [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 3(3), 227-229. doi:10.1177/107484079700300301

Bell, J.M. (1997). Year 3: A state of the union address [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 3(2), 115-119. doi:10.1177/107484079700300201

Moules, N.J., & Amundson, J.K. (1997). Grief – An invitation to inertia: A narrative approach to working with grief. Journal of Family Nursing, 3(4), 378-393. doi:10.1177/107484079700300405

Moules, N.J., & Streitberger, S. (1997). Stories of suffering, stories of strength: Narrative influences in family nursing. Journal of Family Nursing, 3(4), 365-377. doi:10.1177/107484079700300404

Wright, L.M. (1997). Beliefs, illness, and healing: A dynamic threesome. AFTA Newsletter,  Summer (68), 15-18.

Wright, L.M. (1997). Suffering and spirituality: The soul of clinical work with families [Guest Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 3(1), 3-14. doi:10.1177/107484079700300101

Wright, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (1997). Beliefs, families and illness: The evolution of a clinical practice approach. AARN Newsletter, 53(1), 11-12.

Bell, J.M. (1996).  Signal events in family nursing [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 2(4), 347-349. doi:10.1177/107484079600200401

Bell, J.M. (1996). Advanced practice in family nursing: One view [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 2(3), 244-247. doi: 10.1177/107484079600200302

Gale, J., Chenail, R.J., Watson, W.L., Wright, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (1996).  Research and practice: A reflexive and recursive relationship.  Three narratives and five voices.  Marriage and Family Review, 24(3/4), 275-295. [Special issue: Methods and Methodologies of Qualitative Family Research.]  Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1880/44551

Tapp, D.M., & Wright, L.M. (1996).  Live supervision and family systems nursing: Post-modern influences and dilemmas. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 3(4), 225-233. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2850.1996.tb00116.x

Robinson, C.A., & Wright, L.M. (1995).  Family nursing interventions: What families say makes a difference.  Journal of Family Nursing, 1(3), 327-345.  doi:10.1177/107484079500100306

Wright, L.M., Bell, J.M., Watson, W.L., & Tapp, D. (1995).  The influence of the beliefs of nurses: A clinical example of a post-myocardial-infarction couple.  Journal of Family Nursing, 1(3), 238-256. doi:10.1177/107484079500100302

Bell, J.M. (1995).  Avoiding isomorphism: A call for a different view [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 1(1), 5-7. doi:10.1177/107484079500100101

Bell, J.M. (1995). What is family? Perturbations and possibilities [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 1(2), 131-133. doi:10.1177/107484079500100201

Bell, J.M. (1995). The dysfunction of “dysfunctional” [Editorial]. Journal of Family Nursing, 1(3), 235-237. doi:10.1177/107484079500100301

Bell, J.M. (1995). Wanted: Family nursing interventions [Editorial].  Journal of Family Nursing, 1(4), 355-358. doi:10.1177/107484079500100401

Duhamel, F., Watson, W.L., & Wright, L.M. (1994).  A family systems approach to hypertension.  Canadian Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 5(4), 14-24. PMID: 7779265

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1994).  Calgary family intervention model: One-way to think about change.  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 20(4), 381-395. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-0606.1994.tb00128.x

Wright, L.M. (1994).  Live supervision: Developing therapeutic competence in family systems nursing.  Journal of Nursing Education, 33(7), 325-327. PMID: 7990004

Wright, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (1994).  The future of family nursing research: Interventions, interventions, interventions.  The Japanese Journal of Nursing Research, 27(2-3), 4-15. [In Japanese] English translation of this article available from DSpace, University of Calgary Library: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/48640

Robinson, C.A., Wright, L.M., & Watson, W.L. (1994).  A nontraditional approach to family violence.  Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 8(1), 30-37. doi: 10.1016/0883-9417(94)90018-3

Watson, W.L., & Lee, D. (1993).  Is there life after suicide?:  The systemic belief approach for “survivors” of suicide.  Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 7(1), 37-43. doi: 10.1016/0883-9417(93)90021-N

Bell, J.M., Wright, L.M., & Watson, W.L. (1992).  The medical map is not the territory; or, “Medical Family Therapy?” – Watch your language!  Family Systems Medicine, 10(1), 35-39.  doi: 10.1037/h0089250

Watson, W.L., Bell, J.M., & Wright, L.M. (1992).  Osteophytes and marital fights: A single case clinical research report of chronic pain.  Family Systems Medicine, 10(4), 423-435. doi: 10.1037/h0089297

Wright, L.M., & Levac, A.M. (1992).  The non-existence of non-compliant families: The influence of Humberto Maturana. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 17, 913-917.  doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.1992.tb02018.x

Wright, L.M., & Simpson, P. (1991).  A systemic belief approach to epileptic seizures: A case of being spellbound.  Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 13(2), 165-180.  doi: 10.1007/BF00890873

Wright, L.M., Luckhurst, P., & Amundson, J. (1990).  Family therapy supervision as counter-induction.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 1(3), 65-74.  doi: 10.1300/j085V01N03_05

Bell, J.M., & Wright, L.M. (1990).  Flaws in family nursing education.  The Canadian Nurse, 86(6), 28-30. PMID: 2376032

Loos, F., & Bell, J.M. (1990).  Circular questions: A family interviewing strategy. Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing, 9(1), 46-53. PMID: 2311488

Watson, W.L., & Bell, J.M. (1990).  Who are we?  Low self-esteem and marital identity.  Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 28(4), 15-20. PMID: 2332840

Watson, W.L., & Nanchoff-Glatt, M. (1990).  A family systems nursing approach to premenstrual syndrome.  Clinical Nurse Specialist, 4, 3-9. PMID: 2317719

Wright, L.M. (1990).  One way to deal with the perils of polytherapy:  A contract for marital privacy.  Australian and New Zealand Family Therapy Journal, 11(3), 179-181.

Wright, L.M. (1990).  Research as a family therapy intervention technique.  Contemporary Family Therapy:  An International Journal, 12(6), 477-484. doi: 10.1007/BF00901035

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1990).  Trends in the nursing of families.  Journal of Advanced Nursing, 15, 148-154. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.1990.tb01795.x

1980-1989

Wright, L.M. (1989).  Decisions of competence and preference:  An intervention for couples in conflict. American Psychiatric Nurses Association Newsletter, 1(3), 3.

Wright, L.M. (1989). When clients ask questions: Enriching the therapeutic conversation.  Family Therapy Networker, 13(6), 15-16.

Wright, L.M., & Bell, J.M. (1989).  A survey of family nursing education in Canadian Universities.  Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 21, 59-74. Retrieved from http://digital.library.mcgill.ca/cjnr/pdfs/CJNR_Vol_21_Issue_03_Art_05.pdf

Wright, L.M., & Park Dorsay, J. (1989).  A case of Marilynitis or a Marilyn Monroe infection. Adelaide, Australia:  Dulwich Centre Newsletter, 7-9.

Wright, L.M., Bell, J.M., & Rock, B.L. (1989).  Smoking behavior and spouses: A case report.  Family Systems Medicine, 7(2), 158-171.

Maturana, H. (1988).  Telephone conversation: The Calgary/Chile coupling (phone conversation with Dr. Lorraine Wright and graduate students).  Transcript available from www.lorrainewright.com.

Bell, J.M. (1988).  Graduate student acquisition of family systems nursing skills.  Family Health News, l.

Wright, L.M. (1986).  An analysis of live supervision “phone-ins” in family therapy.  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 12, 187-190. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-0606.1986.tb01636.x

Wright, L.M., Miller, D., & Nelson, K. L. (1985).  Treatment of a non-drinking family member in an alcoholic family system by a family nursing team.  Family Systems Medicine, 3(3), 291-300. doi: 10.1037/h0089668

Wright, L.M., Watson, W.L., & Duhamel, F. (1985).  The Family Nursing Unit:  Clinical preparation at the Masters’ level.  The Canadian Nurse, 81, 26-29. PMID: 3845841

Wright, L.M., Watson, W.L., & Duhamel, F. (1985).  Une formation clinique en centre familial au niveau de la maitrise.  L’Infirmiere Canadienne, 10, 31-32.

Leahey, M., & Wright, L.M. (1985).  Intervening with families with chronic illness.  Family Systems Medicine, 3, 60-69. doi: 10.1037/h0089647

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1985).  Families with chronic illness:  Three intervention approaches.  Continuing Care Coordinator, March, 35-36.

Wright, L.M., & Imber Coppersmith, E. (1983).  Supervision of supervision:  How to be <meta= to a metaposition.  Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 2, 40-50. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1880/44567

Wright, L.M., Hall, J., O’Connor, M., Perry, R., & Murphy, R. (1982).  The power of loyalties:  One family’s developmental struggle during the launching years.  The Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 1, 57-70. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1880/44568

Watson, W.L. (1981, January). A family systems perspective of aging.  Alberta Association on Family Relations Newsletter, 7-9.

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1980, July).  Discrepancies abound.  American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Newsletter.

Wright, L.M., & Leahey, M. (1980, August).  Clinical training of marriage and family therapists in Alberta.  Alberta Association on Family Relations Newsletter.

1975-1979

Tomm, K.M., & Wright, L.M. (1979).  Training in family therapy:  Perceptual, conceptual and executive skills.  Family Process, 18(3), 227-250. doi: 10.1111/j.1545-5300.1979.00227.x

Wright, L.M. (1975).  A symbolic tree:  Loneliness is the root; Delusions are the leaves.  Journal of Psychiatric Nursing & Mental Health Services, 13(3), 30-35.  PMID: 48547

DISSERTATIONS – PhD Graduates Specializing in Family Systems Nursing, University of Calgary

West, C.H. (2011).  Addressing illness suffering in childhood cancer: Exploring the beliefs of family members in therapeutic nursing conversations.  Unpublished doctoral  thesis, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Supervisor: Dr. Janice M. Bell) Retrieved from  http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/48765

Thirsk, L.M. (2009). Understanding the nature of nursing practices and interventions with grieving families. Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Supervisor: Dr. Nancy J. Moules) Retrieved from  http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/48641

Houger Limacher, L. (2003).  Commendations:  The healing potential of one family systems nursing intervention.  Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  (Supervisor: Dr. Lorraine M. Wright)

McLeod, D.L. (2003).  Opening space for the spiritual:  Therapeutic conversations with families living with serious illness.  Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  (Supervisor: Dr. Lorraine M. Wright)

Moules, N.J. (2000).  Nursing on paper:  The art and mystery of therapeutic letters in clinical work with families experiencing illness.  Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Supervisor: Dr. Janice M. Bell) Retrieved from  https://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/40483

Tapp, D.M. (1997).  Exploring therapeutic conversations between nurses and families experiencing ischemic heart disease. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Supervisor: Dr. Janice M. Bell) Retrieved from  https://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/26879

Robinson, C.A. (1994). Women, families, chronic illness and nursing interventions: From burden to balance. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Supervisor: Dr. Lorraine M. Wright) Retrieved from http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/48642

ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS RELATED TO FAMILY-FOCUSED PRACTICE AND RESEARCH

These are known publications written by former graduate students of the University of Calgary who completed one or more clinical practicums at the Family Nursing Unit 

(Highlighted name indicates the name of former student in co-authored publications)

Boyd, M.A., & Houger Limacher, L. (2008).  Family assessment and intervention.  In W. Austin & M.A. Boyd (Eds.), Psychiatric care for Canadian practice (pp. 270-286).  Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Bottorff, J. L., Robinson, C. A., Sullivan, K. M., & Smith, M. L. (2009). Continued family smokig after lung cancer diagnosis: The patient’s perspective. Oncology Nursing Forum, 36(3), E126-132. doi: 10.1188/09.ONF.E126-E132

Campagna, L., & Duhamel, F. (2000). Les croyances : Élément –clef dans une approche systémique familiale de Calgary [Beliefs, a key element in the Calgary Family Assessment Model]. Sciences pastorales, 19(2), 119-134.

Ceri, P.M., Davidson, K.M., DeWitt, P.A., & Slauenwhite, C.A. (1995).  Review of the book   [The changing family life cycle: A framework for family therapists]. Journal of Family Nursing, 1(2), 219-232. doi:10.1177/107484079500100208

De Young, L, Webster, A.M., Tweedell, D., & Park Dorsay, J. (1994).  Family systems nursing to the rescue.  Registered Nurse, June/July, 31-32.

Dorsay, J.P., Premji, S., Lendrum, B.L., & Royle, J. (1995). Research. Family systems nursing education. Canadian Nurse, 91(9), 21.

Duhamel, F. (1994).  A family systems approach: Three families with a hypertensive member.  Family Systems Medicine, 12(4), 391-404. doi: 10.1037/h0089166

Duhamel, F. (1995).  The practice of family nursing care: Still a challenge!  Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 27(1), 7-11.

Duhamel, F. (Ed.). (1995).  La santé et la famille: Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care]. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin, Chenelière Education. [in French]

Duhamel, F. (Ed.). (2007).  La santé et la famille: Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care](2nd ed.). Montréal, Quebec, Canada; Gaétan Morin éditeur. Chenelière Éducation.

Duhamel F. (2007). L’analyse du système familial dans des contextes de santé et de maladie [Family analysis in the context of health and illness]. In F. Duhamel (Ed.), La santé et la famille : Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care] (2nd ed., pp. 39-61). Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin éditeur. Chenelière Éducation.

Duhamel F. (2007). Les interventions systémiques familiales auprès de la famille [Family nursing intervention]. In F. Duhamel (Ed.), La santé et la famille : Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care] (2nd ed., pp. 63-86). Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin éditeur. Chenelière Éducation.

Duhamel F. (2007). Questions et réponses sur la mise en application des soins infirmiers à la famille [Questions and answers regarding the implementation of family nursing]. In F. Duhamel (Ed.), La santé et la famille : Une approche systémique en soins infirmiers [Families and health: A systemic approach in nursing care] (2nd ed., pp. 229-241). Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Gaëtan Morin éditeur, Chenelière Éducation.

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INTERNATIONAL FAMILY NURSING CONFERENCES

THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY DSPACE COLLECTION has kindly agreed to house the archived Conference Proceedings and Abstracts of the International Family Nursing Conferences.  The first conference was held in Calgary in 1988 and chaired by Dr. Lorraine Wright.  (for a history of these conferences, please see: http://www.janicembell.com/2009/09/history-of-the-international-family-nursing-conferences/)

1988 – 1st International Family Nursing Conference – Calgary Alberta, Canada, May 24-27, 1988 (Hosted by Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary; Chairperson: Lorraine M. Wright, RN, PhD). 450 participants from 15 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/45216

1991 – 2nd International Family Nursing Conference – Portland, Oregon, USA, May 21-24, 1991 (Hosted by a consortium of universities including Oregon Health Sciences University, University of Washington, University of California, San Francisco, and University of Montana) http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/47447

1994 – 3rd International Family Nursing Conference – Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 25-28, 1994 (Hosted by McGill University, School of Nursing and University of Montreal, Faculte des sciences infirmieres; Co-chairpersons: Laurie Gottlieb, RN, PhD and Fabie Duhamel, RN, PhD) 600 participants from 12 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/47448

1997 – 4th International Family Nursing Conference – Valdivia, Chile, November 11-14, 1997 (Hosted by Universidad Austral de Chile; Chairperson: Dr. Luz Angelica Munoz) 400 participants from 20 countries.  http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/47449

2000 – 5th International Family Nursing Conference, “Family Nursing for the 21st Century”, Chicago, Illinois, USA, June 19-22, 2000 (Hosted by University of Illnois at Chicago; Co-chairpersons: Kathleen Knafl, PhD and Suzanne Feetham, RN, PhD) 550 participants from 20 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/47258

2003-6th International Family Nursing Conference – Gaborone, Botswana, Africa (Hosted by University of Botswana; Secretariat: Dintle Mogobe, RN, PhD and Sheila Shaibu, RN, PhD) (CANCELLED)  

2005 – 7th International Family Nursing Conference, “Opening Spaces: Inviting Dialogue in Family Nursing”, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, June 1-4, 2005 (Hosted by School of Nursing, University of Victoria and School of Nursing, University of British Columbia; Chairperson: Virginia E. Hayes, RN, PhD) 340 participants from 21 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/46332

2007 – 8th International Family Nursing Conference, “Healing Families, Healing Communities: New Innovations in Practice, Education, and Research”, Bangkok, Thailand, June 4-7, 2007 (Hosted by Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University; Chairperson: Suntharawadee Theinpichet, RN, PhD; Vice-chair: Wannee Deoisres, RN, PhD; Secretariat, Chintana Wacharasin, RN, PhD) 398 participants from 17 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/46331

2009 – 9th International Family Nursing Conference, “From Insights to Intervention:The Cutting Edge of Family Nursing” , Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2-5, 2009. (Hosted by Faculty of Nursing, University of Iceland; Chairperson: Erla Kolbrun Svavarsdottir, RN, PhD) 471 participants from 32 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/48558

2011 – 10th International Family Nursing Conference, “Making Family Nursing Visible: From Knowledge Building to Knowledge Translation” – Kyoto, Japan, June 24-28, 2011. Website: http://www.ifnc2011.org  (Hosted by the Japanese Association for Research in Family Nursing; Chairperson, Michiko Moriyama, RN, PhD) 1,007 participants from 34 countries. http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/49461

2013 – 11th International Family Nursing Conference, “Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Future” – Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 19-22, 2013. This was the “official meeting” of the International Family Nursing Association and first conference hosted by the International Family Nursing Association (IFNA Conference Committee: Kathleen Knafl, PhD, FAAN (Chair); Kit Chesla, RN, PhD, FAAN, (co-chair); Marcia Van Riper, PhD, RN, FAAN (IFNA Board Liaison); Janet Deatrick, PhD, FAAN, Sandra Eggenberger, PhD, RN; Ann Garwick, PhD, RN, LMFT, LP, FAAN; Catherine Gilliss, PhD, RN, FAAN; Wendy Looman, PhD, RN, PNP) 433 participants from 27 countries.

 

 

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