Nancy Waltman, PhD, RN, APRN-NP
Publications 2000 and Prior
*Munoz, S., Gross, G., Waltman, N., Grant, J., & Richards, M. (1999) Barriers and facilitators to cancer screening for Hispanic women. Cancer Research Therapy and Control, 8 , 261-265.
Bartek, J., & Waltman, N. (1994) The medication minute: Amphotericin B. Urological Nursing, 14(3), 103-106.
*Smith, JE., & Waltman, NL. (1994). Oncology clinical nurse specialists: perceptions of their influence on patient outcomes. Oncology Nursing Forum, 21(5), 887-893.
Waltman, N. (1994). Treatment options for the patient with breast cancer. Journal of Plastic Surgical Nursing, 14(1), 15-26. This publication won the second prize writing award from Plastic Surgical Nursing and APSRSN for 1994. Papers were reviewed for nursing focus, timeliness, accuracy, and clarity.
*Waltman N. & Zimmerman, L. (1991). Variations among nurses in behavioral intentions toward the dying. The Hospice Journal, 7(4), 37-49.
*Waltman, N., Bergstrom, N., Braden, B., Armstrong, N. & Norvell, K. (1991). Nutritional status, pressure sores, and mortality in elderly patients with cancer. Palliative Care Letter, 3, 1.
*Waltman, N., Bergstrom, N., Braden, B., Armstrong, N., & Norvell, K. (1991). Nutritional status, pressure, sores, and mortality in elderly patients with cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 18(5), 867-873. (This paper was selected for the 1991 ONS/Schering Excellence in Cancer Nursing Research. The award recognizes and supports excellence in clinical nursing research.)
*Waltman, N. (1990) Attitudes subjective norms and behavioral intentions toward dying patients and their families. Oncology Nursing Forum, (Suppl. 3)17, 55-60.
Zimmerman, L. & Waltman, N.(1986)Effective clinical teaching behaviors: A review of the literature. Nurse Educator, 11(1), 31-34