Curriculum Vitae
Marilyn Anne Ray, RN, PhD, CTN-A, FAAN
Fellow, American Academy of Nursing (FAAN)
Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology (FSfAA)
Website: www.marilynray.com
CURRENT POSITIONS
ACADEMIC
Professor Emeritus and
Adjunct Professor
Florida Atlantic University
College of Nursing
Boca Raton, Florida
ACADEMIC
Honorary Degree
May 2005
Nevada State College
Henderson, Nevada
MILITARY
Colonel (Retired)
Nurse Corps
United States Air Force
Washington, D.C.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
SCHOLAR/SPECIAL POSITIONS:
Institution/Location
Title of Scholar Position
Dates Held
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, Florida
Professor Emeritus
Graduate Faculty Appt.
Awarded June 2006
Awarded 2010 to present
Virginia Commonwealth
University, Richmond,
Virginia
Yingling Visiting Scholar
Academic Year 1994-1995
Society for Applied
Fellow
Anthropology, Oklahoma City Sustaining Fellow
Oklahoma
1989
2005
Florida Atlantic University
College of Nursing
Boca Raton, Florida
Eminent Scholar
Christine E. Lynn
Endowed Chair in Nursing
January 1989 – May 1994
Alberta Heritage
Foundation
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Visiting Lecturer at the
February 2005
University of Alberta, Clinical
Sciences
Transcultural Nursing Society
Madonna University
Livonia, Michigan
Recertification in
Transcultural Nursing
CTN-A
ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS:
1
Awarded 2009
Institution/Location
Title of Administrative Position
Dates Held
University of Colorado
School of Nursing
Denver, Colorado
Interim Division Head
Human Care Nursing:
Communities and Organizations
November 1987
through
December 1988
Institution/Location
Academic Rank
Dates Employed
Florida Atlantic University
The Christine E. Lynn College
of Nursing
Boca Raton, Florida
Professor Emeritus
2006 and on-going
Adjunct Professor
2004 and on-going
Florida Atlantic University
The Christine E. Lynn College
of Nursing
Boca Raton, Florida
Professor with Tenure
1996 – 2004
Associate Professor
1989 - 1995
Institution/Location
Union Institute
Cincinnati, Ohio
Academic Rank
Adjunct Professor
Dates Employed
1997-1999
FACULTY POSITIONS:
2
University of Colorado
School of Nursing
Denver, Colorado
Visiting Professor
Visiting Associate Professor
Visiting Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Lecturer
1997-2005
1991-1997
1989-1991
1984-1988
January – June 1984
University of Northern
Colorado School of Nursing
Greeley, Colorado
Instructor
(Part-time)
1981-1982
McMaster University
School of Medicine/
School of Nursing Hamilton,
Ontario, Canada
Assistant Professor
Family Practice Program
(Joint appointment)
1973-1976
University of San Francisco
School of Nursing
San Francisco, California
Instructor
1970-1972
University of California
School of Nursing
San Francisco, California
Instructor
1969-1970; 1973
FACULTY ASSOCIATE POSITIONS:
Organization
Institution/Location
Dates Held
Center for Human Caring
University of Colorado Denver, Colorado
1987-1989
Center for Nursing Research
University of Colorado Denver, Colorado
1984-1987
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE OTHER THAN TEACHING:
Institution/Location
Position title
Dates Employed
College of Nurses of Ontario
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Consultant: Qualitative Research
Transcultural Nursing
March - September
1983
College of Nurses of Ontario
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Coordinator:
Monitoring and Evaluation
1982-1983
McMaster University Health
Sciences Center Hamilton,
Staff Nurse/Maternity
Neonatal ICU
1976-1977
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Ontario, Canada
University of Colorado Medical
Center Denver. Colorado
Staff Nurse/Critical Care
(part-time)
1968-1969
Gates Rubber Co. Denver,
Colorado
Industrial Nurse
(part-time)
1965-1966
Swedish Hospital
Englewood, Colorado
Staff Nurse/General Duty (part time)
1965-1967
Penrose Hospital
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Critical Care
Kidney Dialysis Instructor
1963-1965
Hoag Memorial Hospital
Costa Mesa, California
Pediatrics
Emergency Department
1961-1963
St. John’s Hospital
Santa Monica, California
Staff Nurse
Sept.-Nov. 1961
Archdiocese of Los Angeles,
Camp at Wrightwood, California,
Camp Nurse
Summer 1961
UCLA Medical Center
Los Angeles, California
Staff Nurse OB/GYN;
Emergency/Critical Care
1958-1961
MILITARY:
Base/Installation
Position
USAF
School of Aerospace Medicine
Department of Academics (1)
School of Aerospace Nursing (2)
Brooks AFB, Texas
Colonel
Aerospace Nursing
Research and Education
Consultant/Researcher
1992-1999
USAF/AFSC
Regional Hospital
Eglin AFB, Florida
Colonel
Active Duty: Researcher,
Clinical Nursing,
Discharge Planning
Officer
February –
May 1991
USAF Systems Command
Office of Surgeon
Andrews AFB
District of Columbia
Colonel
IMA to Command Nurse
Nursing Administration
1989-1991
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Position
Dates Served
USAF Military Personnel Center,
Office of Surgeon,
Nursing Education,
Randolph AFB, Texas
Colonel
Nursing Administrator
IMA to Chief Nurse
Education and Research
1985-1988
USAF Air Reserve
Personnel Headquarters,
Office of the Surgeon General,
Denver Colorado
Lieutenant Nursing Administrator:
Colonel
IMA to Chief Nurse
Education and Personnel
Counseling
1980-1985
USAF Hospital
Hill AFB, Utah
Major
Consultant, Clinical
Nurse
1977-1979
USAF Hospital
Grifiss AFB, New York
Major
OB, Nursery
1975-1977
USAF Clinic
Niagara Falls, New York
Major
Clinical Nurse
1974-1975
Travis AFB, California
Captain
Flight Nurse
Instructor/Medical Crew
Director
1970-1973
Hamilton AFB, California
Captain
Flight Nurse
1969-1970
Wyoming Air National Guard,
Cheyenne, Wyoming
First
Flight Nurse
Lieutenant
1967-1968
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
ACADEMIC EDUCATION:
Institutions
Dates Attended
Degree/Specialization
Year
Graduated
University of Utah
College of Nursing Salt
Lake City, Utah
1977-81
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD),
Transcultural Nursing
1981
McMaster University
1974-77
Master of Arts (MA),
1978
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Hamilton, Canada
Anthropology
University of Colorado
School of Nursing
Denver, Colorado
1968-69
Master of Science (MS),
Maternal/Child Nursing
1969
University of Colorado
School of Nursing
Denver, Colorado
1964-68
Bachelor of Science (BSN),
Nursing
1968
St. Joseph's Hospital
School of Nursing
Hamilton, Canada
1955-58
Nursing Diploma
(Registered Nurse)
1958
POST -DOCTORAL COURSES:
Institution
Seton Hall University, NJ
Dept. of Diplomacy and
International Relations
Dates Attended
Degree
June 5-9, 2012
Course of Study
United Nations, New
York City, NY
Research Talk, Inc.
Cary, North Carolina
October 25-26,
2010
Pari Center for New Learning
Dr. F. David Peat (Physicist)
Pari, Italy
October 2004
None
Complexity science
June 1999
May 1997
June 1995
Certificate
Certificate
Certificate
Dialogue ‘99
Dialogue ‘97
Dialogue ‘95
Martha E. Rogers Center for
The Study of Nursing Science
New York University
Division of Nursing
New York, New York
None
Qualitative research
and computer
technology interface
Center for Complex Systems
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, Florida
January – April
1995
Course
Completion
Fractals and Chaos
in the Life Sciences
Center for Clinical Bioethics
Georgetown University
Washington, DC
March 1994
Certificate
Contemporary
Catholic Medical
Morals
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Institution
Dates Attended
Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Georgetown University
Washington, DC
Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Georgetown University
Washington, DC
Degree
Course of Study
March 1994
Certificate
Advanced Bioethics
June 1985
Certificate
Bioethics
MILITARY EDUCATION:
Institutions
Dates
Course/Subject
Course Completion
Air War College
Air University
Maxwell AFB, Alabama
Seminar Course
Denver, Colorado
1983-86
Strategies and Tactics
Foreign Affairs,
International Relations
November 1986
USAF School of Health
Care Sciences
Sheppard AFB, Texas
March 1984
Advanced Nursing
Service Management
March 1984
USAF School of Health
Care Sciences
Sheppard AFB, Texas
March 1983
Medical Red Flag
March 1983
Reserve Components
National Security
Course
Los Alamos, California
November 1981
National Security
Foreign Affairs
November 1981
School of Aerospace
Medicine
Brooks AFB, Texas
April-May 1968
Flight Nursing
May 1968
Medical Service School
Sheppard AFB, Texas
March 1968
Officer Training
March 1968
CERTIFICATIONS/ADVANCED PRACTICE:
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Transcultural Nursing Certification (CTN-A) -October 1988 (Recertified 1994 and 2000,
2009; 2014)
Nursing Administration, Advanced (CNAA) -December 1991 (Recertified 1996-2001)
CPR and Emergency Cardiac Care/Basic Life Support (CPR/CBLS) -March 1991
Nurse Practitioner (Honorary), Nurse Practitioner Assn, Ontario, Canada -January 1975
and on-going
AWARDS AND HONORS
ACADEMIC:
Fellow, Inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN). Hyatt Grand
Regency Hotel, Washington, DC, October 19, 2013.
Chair, Learning Partnerships: Faculty and Student Development and Mentorship of Caring
Scholars, The Anne Boykin Institute on the Advancement of Caring in Nursing, 2012 and ongoing.
Board Member, Anne Boykin Institute on the Advancement of Caring in Nursing, 2012 and ongoing.
2012-2015 Board Member, International Association for Human Caring,
www.humancaring.org
2011 Board Member, Qualitative Health Research Journal, University of Utah, College of
Nursing, Salt Lake City, Utah (Dr. Janice Morse, Editor).
2010 Finalist for the International Award for Excellence: Creating Caring Organizations and
Cultures through Communitarian Ethics. Journal of the World Universities Forum, 3(5), 41-52.
2008 Lifetime Achievement Award, Life Time Member, International Association for Human
Caring, University of North Carolina, Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina, May 2008.
2007 Distinguished Alumna Award, University of Utah, College of Nursing, Salt Lake City,
Utah, May 3, 2007.
2005, Honorary Degree, Nevada State College, Henderson, Nevada, May 2005 (First Honorary
Degree awarded at Nevada State College).
Who’s Who in the World. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. Marquis Who’s
Who, New Providence, New Jersey.
Cambridge Who’s Who of Executive Women and Nursing and Health Care, Selected 2007.
New York, New York.
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Who's Who in American Nursing, 1990, 1991, 1996, 2007, 2008. Marquis Who’s Who, New
Providence, New Jersey.
Who’s Who in America, Selected for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015. Marquis Who’s
Who, New Providence, New Jersey.
Who’s Who in American Education, 2006, 2007-2008. Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence,
New Jersey.
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 2008-2009, 2009-2010. Marquis Who’s Who, New
Providence, New Jersey.
2005 Research Award for Excellence in Research at Florida Atlantic University from Dr.
Lemanski, VP of Research, Department of Sponsored Research, Florida Atlantic University,
2005
2005 Transcultural Nursing Scholar. The International Transcultural Nursing Society.
Awarded at Baruch College, New York City, October 2005.
Fellow 2005 1989, Applied Anthropological Association of the American Anthropology
Association, June 1989. Sustaining Fellow, 2005.
Research Consultant Recognition for Service Award: Holy Cross Hospital, Nursing Research
Council, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 2002-2004, Awarded December 2004.
Distinguished Teacher of the Year, Academic Year 1999-2000, College of Nursing, Florida
Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, awarded March 2000.
Selected participant in the annual Martha E. Rogers Center for the Study of Nursing Science,
DIALOGUE '99. New York University, New York, participated June 1999.
Selected participant in the annual Martha E. Rogers Center for the Study of Nursing Science,
DIALOGUE '97. New York University, New York, participated May 1997.
Granted Sabbatical Leave, Florida Atlantic University, granted for the Academic Year 199798.
Selected participant in the Professional Development Seminar in Israel sponsored by the
College Consortium For International Studies, Israel/Jordan/Palestine, participated May 9 -18,
1996.
Selected participant in the first Martha E. Rogers Center for the Study of Nursing Science,
DIALOGUE '95. New York University, New York, participated June 1995.
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Named in the Registry of Phenomenologists, The Encyclopedia of Phenomenology. (p. 500)
Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, selected May 1995. (Published, 1997)
Research Award, Iota Xi Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing,
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, awarded April 1995.
Poster Session Finalist, 33rd Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor
Society of Nursing, Detroit, Michigan, November 1995.
Who's Who Among Human Services Professionals, 1992-93. The National Reference
Institute, Wilmette, Illinois.
Certificate of Recognition in Recognition of Outstanding Service and Dedication to the
Profession of Nursing, Florida Nurses' Association, National and Florida Nurses Week,
presented May 1993.
Nominated and Inducted as Member, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Florida Atlantic
University, Chapter 128, Boca Raton, Florida, April 1992.
Leininger Transcultural Nursing Award for Excellence in Transcultural Nursing,
University of Limburg, Maastricht, The Netherlands, awarded August 1989.
Chancellor's Teaching Recognition Award (Graduate School), University of Colorado Health
Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado, awarded May 1987.
Best Research Paper (Phenomenological Research), Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing,
selected 1987.
1986 Nightingale Award Nominee, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of
Nursing, Denver, Colorado, May 1986.
Faculty Teaching Award, Nominated by Faculty of University of Colorado Health Sciences
Center, School of Nursing, January 1986.
MILITARY/VETERANS AFFAIRS:
DNP Student of Regis University, Denver, Colorado, Dana Lusk, used Ray's Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring as a guide to study Nursing Education for new employees of the Veterans'
Administration Hospital, Denver, Colorado, June 2015.
DNP Graduate of Chamberlain University, Colonel Marcia Potter used Ray's Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring as a guide to study Nurse-Directed (BCT Nursing Theory) Primary Care in
terms quality improvement in outcomes of health-healing, time, and economic resources for the
United States Air Force, Joint-Base Andrews, Washington, DC, June 2015.
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Women in Aviation: Celebrating 50 Years of Women in Space. International Women's Air
and Space Museum. Titusville, Florida (Space Coast, Florida). March 8 & 9, 2013.
Speaker: Contemplation of Peace-making and Peace-building. Memories of Hanoi,
Vietnam, Hiroshima, Japan, Corregidor, The Philippines, Military Officers Association of
the United States (MOAA), Holiday Inn, Highland Beach, Florida, March 2013.
Federal Nursing Service Essay Award, Association of Military Surgeons of the United
States (AMSUS), Las Vegas, Nevada, November 8, 2000.
Certificate of Retirement as Colonel from the United States Air Force Reserve, Nurse Corps,
Washington, D.C., issued February 6, 1999.
General's Letter of Recognition for Outstanding Service and Contributions to the United States
Air Force Nurse Corps, 1967-1999 awarded February 1999.
USAF Meritorious Service Medal (1st Oak Leaf Cluster) for Outstanding Research Activities
at USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Department of Aerospace Nursing, Brooks AFB,
Texas, awarded 1997.
Recognition for Outstanding Contribution to the United States Air Force School of
Aerospace Medicine, Department of Aerospace Nursing, Qualitative Research Workshop,
Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, presented July 1994.
USAF Meritorious Service Medal for Nursing Leadership at USAF Systems Command,
Washington, D.C., Operation Desert Storm, Eglin AFB, Florida, awarded 1992.
USAF National Defense Service Medal (1st Bronze Star), Operation Desert Storm, Eglin AFB,
Florida, authorized and awarded May 1991.
USAF Commendation Medal (1st Oak Leaf Cluster) for Nursing Education and Policy
Development, HQARPC/SGPN, Denver, Colorado, HQAFSC/SG, Andrews AFB, D.C.,
awarded September 1989.
USAF Commendation Medal for the Development and Management of the USAF Reserve
Continuing Education Program, and Personnel Administration, awarded 1984.
Military Consultant to USAF Surgeon General, Headquarters, Bolling AFB, D.C. for Nursing
Research and Administration, 1984.
National Defense Service Medal, United States Air Force, Sheppard AFB, Texas, awarded
March 1968.
FELLOWSHIPS AWARDED:
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Fellow, American Academy of Nursing, 2013-on going.
Fellow and Sustaining Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology, 1991-on going.
Visiting Scholar Fellowship, Australian Colleges/Universities, 1990.
 Phillip Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
 Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.
 Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia.
 Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia.
Research Fellowship, Ministry of Health, Ontario, Canada, 1977-1980.
THEORIES OF MARILYN A. RAY PUBLISHED/REVIEWED/WRITTEN/APPLIED
DNP Graduate of Chamberlain University, Colonel Marcia Potter Applied Ray's Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring as a guide to study Nurse-Directed (BCT Nursing Theory) Primary
Care in terms quality improvement in outcomes of health-healing, time, and economic
resources for the United States Air Force, Joint-Base Andrews, Washington, DC, June
2015.
DNP Student of Regis University, Denver, Colorado, Dana Lusk, Applied Ray's Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring as a guide to study Nursing Education for new employees of the
Veterans' Administration Hospital, Denver, Colorado, August 2015.
Sager, P. (in press). Ray's Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care theory
in the chapter: Culture care theory: A trailblazing theory. In M. McFarland & H. WehbeAlamah (Eds.). Transcultural nursing: Concepts, theories, research, and practice. (4th ed).
New York: McGraw-Hill Global. (Theory of Transcultural Caring Dynamics in
Nursing and Health Care)
Honda, J. & Hohashi, N. (2015). Marilyn Anne Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring. Theories
in Nursing (pp. 377-389). Japan: J Copy. (Japanese Publication).
Johnson, P. (2015). Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring: A conceptual framework for APRN
primary care providers and the homebound population. International Journal for Human
Caring, 19(2), 41-44).
Martin, M. (2015). Gender equality and the empowerment of women in Arab countries: A
transcultural caring perspective. International Journal for Human Caring, 19(1), 13-18.
(Theory of Transcultural Caring Dynamics in Nursing and Health Care)
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2015). Marilyn Anne Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring. In M. Smith
& M. Parker (Eds.). Nursing theories and nursing practice (4th ed.)(pp. 461-482).
Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Company. (Published In previous edition)
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Honda, J., Ray, M. & Hohashi, N. (2013). Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring and nursing
organization management. Health Care, 55(12), 819-825. (Japanese Publication)
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2012). A transtheoretical evolution of caring science within complex
systems. International Journal for Human Caring, 16(2), 28-49. (Includes Ray & Turkel,
Patient and Professional Relational Caring Questionnaires) (Ray & Turkel's Theory of
Relational Caring Complexity)
Ray, M. (2013). The theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Smith, M. Turkel & Z. Wolf (Eds.).
Caring in nursing classics: An essential resource (pp. 309-320). New York: Springer
Publishing Company.
Ray, M. (2010). A study of caring within an institutional culture: The discovery of the Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring. Saabrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishers.
Coffman, S. ( 2010, 2014). Marilyn Anne Ray: Theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Alligood
(Ed.), Nursing theorists and their work (8th ed.). St. Louis: Elesevoir. (USED AS A
CURRICULUM GUIDE AS PART OF A TRANSTHEOETCIAL FRAMEWORK FOR NURSING
EDUCATION AT BSN, MSN LEVELS AT NEVADA STATE COLLEGE, HENDERSON, NV.)
Turkel, M. (2007). Dr. Marilyn Ray’s Theory of bureaucratic caring. International Journal for
Human Caring, 11(4), 57-74,
Coffman, S. (2006). Marilyn Anne Ray. Theory of Bureaucratic Caring. In A. Marriner-Tomey
& M. Alligood (Eds.), Nursing theorists and their work. St. Louis: Mosby.
Coffman, S. (2006). Caring, the essence of nursing. In B. Kozier, B., G. Erb, A. Berman, & S.
Snyder, Eds.). Fundamentals of nursing: Concepts, process, and practice. Upper Saddle
River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS, CHAPTERS, ARTICLES (Refereed and reviewed works)
Books:
Ray, M. (in press). Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care (2nd ed.).
Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Company. (With Instructor Guide)
Davidson, A. & Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (Eds.) (2011). Nursing, caring, and complexity science:
For human-environment well-being. New York: Springer Publishing Company.
(American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award, 2011)(Reviewed in
International Journal for Human Caring, 2012)
Ray, M. (2010). A study of caring within an institutional culture: The discovery of the Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishers.
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Ray, M. (2010). Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care. Philadelphia: F.A.
Davis Company. (Reviewed in Journal of Transcultural Nursing and International Journal
for Human Caring, 2012)
Watson, J. & Ray, M. (Eds.) (1988). The ethics of care and the ethics of cure: Synthesis in
chronicity. New York: National League for Nursing. (Released, 1989).
Chapters in books: (International)
Ray, M.A. (2000). Transcultural assessment of older adults. In S. Garratt & S. Koch (Eds.),
Assessing Older Adults: A Workbook. Melbourne, Australia: MacLennan and Petty.
Ray, M.A. (1999). Caring foundations of deacony (pp. 225-236). In T. Ryokas & K. Keissling
(Eds.), Spiritus-Lux-Caritas. Deaconal Institution of Lahti, Lahti, Finland. Translated
into German -1999, University of Heidelberg, Germany.
Ray, M.A. (1994). The quality of authentic presence: Transcultural caring inquiry in primary
care (pp 69-72). In J. Wang and P. Simoni (Eds.), Proceedings of First International and
Interdisciplinary Health Research Symposium at Peking Union Medical College Hospital,
Beijing, China, and Zhejiang Medical University, Hangzhou, China. (Chinese
Translation), Morgantown, West Virginia: West Virginia University.
Chapters in Books: (National/International)
Martin, M. & Ray, M. (in press). Enhancing the role of the transcultural nurse in the global
environment. In M. McFarland & H. Webhe-Alamah (Eds.). Transcultural nursing:
Concepts, theories and practices (3rd ed.).
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2015) The theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Smith & M. Parker (Eds.)
Nursing theories and nursing practice (4th ed.) (pp. 461-482)). Philadelphia: FA
Davis Company.
France, N. & Ray, M. (2014). Studying caring science in nursing: The foundation of the
discipline and profession of nursing at Florida Atlantic University, USA. In K. Vaidya
(Ed.). Nursing for the curious-Why study nursing? Canberra, AU: Curious Academic
Publishing (Kindle version).
Ray, M. (2013). Caring inquiry: The esthetic process in the way of compassion. In M. Smith, M.
Turkel & Z. Wolf (Eds.). Caring in nursing classics: An essential resource (pp. 339345). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Ray, M. (2013). The theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Smith, M. Turkel & Z. Wolf (Eds.).
Caring in nursing classics: An essential resource (pp. 309-320). New York: Springer
Publishing Company.
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Ray, M., Morris, E & McFarland, M. (2013). Ethnonursing method of Dr. Madeleine
Leininger. In C. Beck (Ed.), Encyclopedia of qualitative research methods. Routledge.
Ray, M. (2011). Complex caring dynamics: A unifying model of nursing inquiry.
In A. Davidson, M. Ray & M. Turkel (Eds.), Nursing, caring and complexity science:
For human-environment well-being (pp. 31-51). New York: Springer Publishing
Company.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2011). Emerging ideas/questions for the future of nurse caring and health
care in a complex world. In A. Davidson, M. Ray & M. Turkel (Eds.), Nursing, caring
and complexity science: For human-environment well-being (pp. 265-269). New York:
Springer Publishing Company.
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. & Cohn, J. (2011). Relational caring complexity: The study of caring and
complexity in health care hospital organizations. In A. Davidson, M. Ray & M. Turkel
(Eds.), Nursing, caring, and complexity science: For human-environment well-being.
(pp. 95-117). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2010). The theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Smith & M. Parker (Eds.),
Nursing theories and nursing practice (3rd ed.) (pp. 472-494). Philadelphia: FA Davis
Company.
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2009). Relational caring questionnaires. In J. Watson (Ed.). Assessing
and measuring caring in nursing and health sciences (2nd ed.). New York: Springer
Publishing Company. (Questionnaires are on the Watson Caring Science Institute of
Springer Publishing Company.)
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2009). Caring for “not-so-picture-perfect patients: Ethical caring in the
moral community of nursing. In R. Locsin & M. Purnell (Eds.). A contemporary nursing
process: The (un)bearable weight of knowing in nursing (pp. 225-249). New York:
Springer Publishing Company.
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2009). Relational caring questionnaires. Assessing and measuring caring
in nursing and health care (pp. 209-218). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Ray, M. (2007). Technological caring as a dynamic of complexity in nursing practice. In A.
Barnard & R. Locsin (Eds.). Perspectives on technology and nursing practice. United
Kingdom: Palgrave MacMillan.
Ray, M. (2006). The theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Parker (Ed.). Nursing theories and
nursing practice. (2nd ed.) Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis Company.
Ray, M.A. (2001). The theory of bureaucratic caring. In M. Parker (Ed.), Nursing theories and
nursing practice. Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis Company.
Ray, M.A. (2001). Complex culture and technology: Toward a global caring communitarian
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ethics of nursing. In R. Locsin (Ed.), Concerning Technology and Caring. Westport,
Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Ray, M. (2000). Transcultural assessment of older adults. In Koch, S. & Garratt, S. (Eds.)
Assessing Older Adults: A Workbook. Australia:
Ray, M.A. & Turkel, M.C. (2000). Ethnic and cultural considerations in advanced practice
nursing. In L. Dunphy & J. Winland-Brown (Eds.), Advanced Practice Nursing: A
Holistic Approach. Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis Company.
Ray, M.A. (1999). Critical theory as a framework to enhance nursing science (pp. 382-386). In
E. Polifroni & M. Welch (Eds.), Perspectives on Philosophy of Science in Nursing.
Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott. Selected from Nursing Science Quarterly, published in
1992.
Ray, M.A. (1997). Illuminating the meaning of caring: Unfolding the sacred art of divine love
(pp. 163-178). In M.S. Roach (Ed.), Caring from the Heart: The Convergence Between
Caring and Spirituality. New York: Paulist Press.
Ray, M.A. (1995). Transcultural health care ethics: Pathways to progress (pp. 3-9). In J. Wang
(Ed.), Health Care and Culture. Morgantown, West Virginia: West Virginia University.
Ray, M.A. (1994). The richness of phenomenology: Philosophic, theoretic, and methodologic
concerns (pp. 116-135). In J. Morse (Ed.), Critical Issues in Qualitative Research
Methods. Newbury Park, California: Sage Publications, Inc.
Ray, M.A. (1994). The quality of authentic presence: Transcultural caring inquiry in primary
care (pp. 69-72). In J. Wang and P. Simoni (Eds.), Proceedings of First International and
Interdisciplinary Health Research Symposium at Peking Union Medical College Hospital,
Beijing, China, and Zhejiang Medical University, Hangzhou, China. (English
Translation), Morgantown, West Virginia: West Virginia University.
Ray, M.A. (1994). Environmental encountering through interiority (pp. 113-118). In E. Schuster
& C. Brown (Eds.), Exploring Our Environmental Connections. New York: National
League for Nursing Press.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Phenomenological method for nursing research (pp. 163-174). In J.
Poindexter (Ed.), Nursing Theory. Research & Practice Summer Research Conference
Monograph. Detroit: Wayne State University.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Meeting at the Optico-Electronics and Holography Laboratory, Leningrad,
USSR. Journal of the Citizen Ambassador Program (pp. 15-16). Published proceedings of
the first Aerospace Medicine Delegation to the Soviet Union. April 1-18, 1990.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Home visit with Dr. Khozin, Professor at Moscow State University. Journal
of the Citizen Ambassador Program (pp. 70-72). Published proceedings of the Aerospace
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Medicine Delegation to the Soviet Union. April 1-18, 1990.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Cosmonaut Alley. Journal of the Citizen Ambassador Program (pp. 92-93).
Proceedings of the Aerospace Medicine Delegation to the Soviet Union. April 1-18,
1990.
Ray, M.A. (1991). Caring inquiry: The esthetic process in the way of compassion (pp. 181-189).
In D. Gaut and M. Leininger (Eds.), Caring: The Compassionate Healer. New York:
National League for Nursing Press.
Ray, M.A. (1990). Phenomenological method in nursing research (pp. 173-179). In N. Chaska
(Ed.), The Nursing! Profession: Turning Points. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Ray, M.A. (1988). Ethical dilemmas in the clinical setting--time constraints, conflicts in
interprofessional decision-making (pp. 37-39). In J. Watson and M. Ray (Eds.), The
Ethics of Care and the Ethics of Cure: Synthesis in Chronicity. New York: National
League for Nursing.
Ray, M.A. (1985). A philosophical method to study nursing phenomena (pp. 81-92). In M.
Leininger (Ed. Qualitative research methods in nursing. New York: Grune & Stratton,
Inc.
Ray, M.A. (1984). The development of a nursing classification system of institutional caring (pp.
95-112). In M. Leininger (Editor), Care: The Essence of Nursing: and Health. Thorofare,
New Jersey: Charles B. Slack, Inc.
Ray, M.A. (1981). A philosophical analysis of caring within nursing (pp. 25-36). In M. Leininger
(Editor & Author), Caring: An essential human need. Thorofare, New Jersey: Charles B.
Slack, Inc.
Ray, M.A. (1979). Discussion of "An ethnoscientific approach to selected aspects of illness
behavior among an urban American Indian population." (pp. 723-725). In M. Leininger
(Editor), Transcultural Nursing. New York: Masson International Nursing Publications.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS (National/International):
Grumme, V., Barry, C., Gordon, S. & Ray, M. (Submitted for publication). On virtual
presence. Advances in Nursing Science.
Wu, J. & Ray, M. (2016, in press) . Technological caring for healthcare complexities of
patients with cardiac disease comorbid with diabetes. International Journal for Human
Caring, 20(2).
Ray, M. (2015). Rootedness in holistic nursing: The ontologic mystery and structure of caring.
Beginnings, 35(2), 12-14.
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Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2014). Caring as emancipatory nursing praxis: The theory of relational
caring complexity. Advances in Nursing Science, 37(2), 132-146.
Honda, J., Ray, M. & Hohashi, N. (2013). Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring and nursing
organization management. Health Care, 55(12), 819-825. (Japanese Publication)
Ray, M. (2012). Transcultural Nursing Scholars Corner. Hiroshima, Japan and the United
Nations. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(4), 412.
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2012). A transtheoretical evolution of caring science within complex
systems. International Journal for Human Caring, 16(2), 28-49. (Includes Ray & Turkel,
Patient and Professional Relational Caring Questionnaires)
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2011). Complexity science. In H. Feldman, et al. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of
nursing leadership. New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Turkel, M, Ray, M. & Kornblatt, L. (2012). Instead of reconceptualizing the nursing process
let’s rename it. Nursing Science Quarterly, 25(2), 194-198.
Ray, M. (2010). Creating caring organizations and cultures through communitarian ethics.
Journal of the World Universities Forum, 3 (6), 41-52.
Ray, M. (2010). Critical theory [Theoretical Basis for Transcultural Care]. In M. Douglas & D.
Pacquiao (Eds.). Core curriculum for transcultural nursing. Supplement, Journal of
Transcultural Nursing, 21(1), 70S-71S.
Ray, M. (2010). Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care: A framework for
transcultural caring analysis. [Theroetical Basis for Transcultural Care In M. Douglas &
D. Pacquiao (Eds.), Core curriculum for transcultural nursing and health care.].
Supplement, Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 21(11), 78S-80S.
Ray, M. (2010). Grounded theory. In M. Douglas & D. Pacquiao (Eds.), Core Curriculum for
transcultural nursing and health care. [Research Methodologies for Investigating
Cultural Phenomena and Evaluating Interventions], Supplement, Journal of Transcultural
Nursing, 21(1), 382S-384S.
Ray, M. (2010). Phenomenology [phenomenological-hermeneutics research methodology].
In M. Douglas & D. Pacquiao (Eds.), Core curriculum for transcultural nursing and
health care. Supplement, Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 21(1), 380S-382S.
Ray, M. (2008). Caring scholar response to: “Achieving compassionate excellence: A
cooperative accelerated BSN program. International Journal for Human Caring, 12(2),
39-41.
Davidson, A. & Ray, M., Cortes, S., Conboy, L., & Norman, M. (2006). Complexity for Human-
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Environment Well-Being. Proceedings, International Conference for Complex Systems
(ICCS2006). http://necsi.org/events/ICCS6?viewpaper?id=216 (New England Center for
Complex Systems)
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (Eds.) (2005) Editorial: Models of nursing practice. International
Journal of Human Caring, 9(3), 1.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2004). Creating a caring practice environment through self-renewal
Nursing Administration Quarterly, 28,(4), 249-254.
Turkel M. & Ray, M. (2003). A process model for policy analysis within the context of political
caring. International Journal for Human Caring, 7(3), 17-25.
Ray, M. (November 10, 2003). Is science real? New paradigms and new science and how
nursing fits into the worldview. http://www.msntravelnurse.com/templatesubmit.asp?
Ray, M. (November 12, 2002). Transcultural caring ethics: Should it be the moral imperative for
society and nursing? http://www.travelnurse.com/templatesubmit.asp?
Coffman, S. & Ray, M. (2002). African American women describe support processes during
high risk pregnancy and postpartum. Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Neonatal
Nursing, 31(5), 536-544.
Ray, M., Turkel, M. & Marino, F. (2002). The transformative process for nursing in workforce
redevelopment. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 26(2), 1-14.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2001). Relational complexity: From grounded theory to instrument
development and theoretical testing. Nursing Science Quarterly, 14 (4), 281-287.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2000). Relational complexity: A theory of the nurse-patient relationship
within an economic context. Nursing Science Quarterly, 13(4), 306-313.
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2001). Impact of Tricare/managed care on total force readiness. Military
Medicine, 166(4), 281-289.
Ray, M.A. (1999). The future of caring in the challenging health care environment. International
Journal of Human Caring, (1), 7-11.
Ray, M.A. (1999). Transcultural caring in primary health care. National Academics of Practice
Forum, 1(3), 177-182.
Coffman, S. & Ray, M. (1999). Mutual Intentionality: A theory of support processes in pregnant
African-American Women. Qualitative Health Research, 2(4), 479-492.
Ray, M.A. (1998). The interface of caring and technology: A new reflexive ethics in intermediate
care. Holistic Nursing Practice, 12(4), 71-79.
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Ray, M.A. (1998). Complexity and nursing science. Nursing Science Quarterly, 11(3), 91-93.
Ray, M.A. (1997). The ethical theory of Existential Authenticity: The lived experience of the art
of Caring in nursing administration. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 22(1), 111126. Abstract also published in French.
Ray, M.A. (1997). Consciousness and the moral ideal: Transcultural analysis of Watson's
Transpersonal Caring Theory. Advanced Nursing Practice Journal, 3(1), 25-31.
Ray, M.A., DiDominic, V.A., Dittman, P.W., Hurst, P.A., Seaver, J.B., Sorbello, B.C., Stankes,
M.A. (1995). The edge of chaos: Caring and the bottom line. Nursing Management, 9,
48-50.
Ray, M.A. (1994). Transcultural nursing ethics: A framework and model for transcultural ethical
analysis. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 12(3), 251-264.
Ray, M.A. (1994). Interpretive analysis of Olson's book, "The Life of Illness: One woman's
journey” Qualitative Health Research, 2(2), 250-253.
Ray, M.A. (1994). Complex caring dynamics: A unifying model for nursing inquiry. Theoretic
and Applied Chaos in Nursing, 1(1), 23-32. (Inaugural Issue). In 1995 this journal was
renamed Complexity and Chaos in Nursing.
Ray, M.A. (1994). Communal moral experience as the research starting point for health care
ethics. Nursing Outlook, 42(3), 104-109.
Ray, M.A. (1993). A Study of care processes using Total Quality Management as a framework in
a USAF regional hospital emergency service and related services. Military Medicine,
l58(6), 396-403.
Ray, M.A. (1993). A theory of bureaucratic caring for nursing practice in the organizational
culture. The Japanese Journal of Nursing Research, 1, 14-24.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Critical theory as a framework to enhance nursing science. Nursing Science
Quarterly, 5(3), 98-101.
Davidson, A. and Ray, M. (1991). Studying the human-environment relationship using the
science of complexity. Advances in Nursing Science, 14(2), 73-87.
Ray, M.A. (1990). Critical reflective analysis of Parse's and Newman's research methodologies.
Nursing Science Quarterly, 3(1), 44-46.
Ray, M.A. (1989). Transcultural caring: Political and economic caring visions. Journal of
Transcultural Nursing, 1(1), 17-21.
Ray, M.A. (1989). An analysis of caring within nursing research and practice. Woman of Power,
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11(2), 42-43.
Ray, M.A. (1989). A theory of bureaucratic caring for nursing practice in the organizational
culture. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 13(2), 31-42. Also translated and published in
Japanese.
Ray, M.A. (1989). Gloomy outlook for world health. The International Nurse, 2(3), 6.
Ray, M.A. (1988). How can we understand the life of illness? by C. Olson. Dissertation Review.
The Journal of Phenomenology and Pedagogy A Human Science Journal, 2(3),163-174.
Ray, M. (1987). Technological caring: A new model in critical care. Dimensions of Critical
Care, 6(3), 166-173.
Ray, M. (1987). Health care economics and human caring in nursing: Why the moral conflict
must be resolved, Family and Community Health, 10(1), 35-43.
Ray, M.A. (1978). Toward a concept of caring and a model of health anthropology.
Anthropology at McMaster, 14(1), 25-29.
ARTICLES IN FLORIDA NURSING ASSOCIATION NEWSPAPER:
Ray, M.A. (1992). What does critical theory have to do with nursing inquiry? The Florida
Nurse, 40(2), 11.
Ray, M.A. (1991). Nurses caring for America: An Air Force Reserve nurse's experience. The
Florida Nurse, 39(9), 6-7.
BOOKS/CHAPTERS/ARTICLES TRANSLATED INTO OTHER LANGUAGES:
Hohashi, N. & Honda, J. (2015). Ray's theory of bureaucratic caring. Theories in Nursing.
(377-389). Japan: Copy J. (Japanese)
Honda, J., Ray, M. & Hohashi, N. (2013). Rays' theory of bureaucratic caring and nursing
organization management. Health Care, 55(12), 819-825. (Japanese)
Ray, M.A. (1999). Caring foundations of deacony (pp. 225-236). In T. Ryokas & K. Keissling
(Eds.), Spiritus-Lux-Caritas. Diakoniewissenschaftliches Institut, University of
Heidelberg, Germany. (German)
Watson, J. & Ray, M. (Eds.) (1988). The ethics of care and the ethics of cure: Synthesis in
chronicity. New York: National League for Nursing. (Swedish)
Ray, M.A. (1993). A theory of bureaucratic caring for nursing practice in the organizational
culture. The Japanese Journal of Nursing Research, 22(1), 14-24. (Japanese)
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Ray, M.A. (1994). The quality of authentic presence: Transcultural caring inquiry in primary
care. Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Beijing, China. (Chinese)
ABSTRACTS/POSTERS PUBLISHED:
Turkel, M. & Ray, M., Dialogue on patterns of caring in nursing practice. Caring and Peace
Conference, University of Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan, March, 2012.
Ray, M. (2011). Transcultural caring in nursing and health care: A model for transcultural caring
analysis. 32nd International Association for Human Caring Conference, University of Texas
Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, TX, June 1-4, 2011.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M., Nursing, caring and complexity for human-environment well-being. 32nd
International Association for Human Caring Conference, University of Texas Health Sciences
Center, San Antonio, TX, June 1-4, 2011.
Ray, M., Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care. Transcultural Nursing Society
Conference, Atlanta, GA, October 20-23, 2010.
Ray, M., Caring and Unitary Science: Patterns of Convergence. 31st International Association for
Human Caring Conference, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, June 2-5, 2010.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M., Transcending the dualism: Advancing the language of caring within the
medical paradigm. 31st International Association for Human Caring Conference, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN, June 2-5, 2010.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. Caring: The essence of professional nursing practice and an integral
component of the MAGNET journey. 29th International Association for Human Caring
Conference, St. Louis, MO, May 16-19, 2007.
Disser, A., Watson, J., Ray, M. & Turkel, M. Symposium: Continuing the dialogue: Power and
economic value of human caring. 29th International Association for Human Caring
Conference, St. Louis, MO, May 16-19, 2007.
Czerenda, J. & Ray, M. Applying Ray’s caring inquiry and transcultural nursing framework and
ethical model to an investigation of the lived world of older Asian Indian widows and their
health experiences. 11th Qualitative Health Research Conference, University of Utrecht,
Utrecht, The Netherlands, May 2005.
Ternus, M., Turner, M. Ray, M., Cheatwood, S., Houseman, C. Plichta, S., & Vogel, E. (2004). Air
Force aeromedical evacuation of combat casualties post 9-11. Conference Proceedings 110th
Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons, 17th Annual Karen A. Reider
Nursing Research Poster Session, p. 15.
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Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2001). The Moral Consequences of the Economics of the Health Care.
International Conference on Human Caring, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland, May
2001.
Ray, M.A. (1999). Qualitative Research Methods for Nursing Practice: Phenomenology, Grounded
Theory, and Ethnography, 16th Annual Issues in Nursing Research Conference, University of
Utah, College of Nursing, Yarrow Hotel, Park City, Utah, February 24, 1999.
Ray, M.A. (1999). Econometric Analysis of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. TriService Nursing
Research Symposium, State of the Science Congress, Washington, D.C., September 1999.
Ray, M.A. (1998). The Foundations of Caring in Deacony. International Deacony Congress, Lahti
Polytechnic Institute, Lahti, Finland, September 1998.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (1997). Nurse-Patient Relationship Resource Questionnaire. Proceedings from
the International Congress on Performance Measurement and Improvement in Health Care.
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, Chicago, Illinois.
Ray, M.A. (1997). Economics of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. TriService Nursing Research
Program Dissemination Conference, University Services University of Health Sciences,
Bethesda, Maryland.
Ray, M.A. (1996). Linking Quality and Cost in Health Care: Evaluation of the Professional-Patient
Relationship as an Economic Resource. 13th International Quality in Health Care Conference,
Jerusalem, Israel, May 26-30, 1996.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Space Nursing Development: Human Caring in the Advancement of the New
Frontier. 14th International Association for Human Caring Conference, Melbourne, Australia,
July 1992.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Self-in-Communal Relationship: Caring Inquiry in Primary Health Care.
International Colloquium on Primary Health Care Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada,
May 1992.
Ray, M.A. (1992). Multicultural Dimensions of Caring. Scientific Meeting, Miami, Florida, May
1992. Aerospace Medical Association 63rd Annual Meeting.
Ray, M.A. (1990). Visions for the future: Nursing in Space. Aviation. Space & Environmental
Medicine, 61(5).
Hester, N.O. & Ray, M.A. (1987). Clinical excellence in nursing. International networking
(Abstracts/Posters). London: The Royal College of Nursing. Chameleon Press, Ltd.
Ray, M.A. (1986). The genesis of institutional caring theory. Proceedings: New Frontiers In Nursing
Research. International Nursing Research Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
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RESEARCH CRITIQUES PUBLISHED:
Ray, M.A. (1979). An ethnoscientific approach to selected aspects of illness behavior among an
urban American Indian population. By Margaret McKenna. Transcultural Nursing Care:
Cultural Change, Ethics, and Nursing Care Implications. Madeleine Leininger, (Ed.).
Salt Lake City, Utah, University of Utah, College of Nursing.
Ray, M.A. (1976). Training of the nurse practitioner: A clinical and statistical analysis. Critique
for Inquiry: A Journal of Medical Care Organization. Provision and Financing, 3.
BOOKS REVIEWED:
Ray, M.A. (1994). Book review of Olson, C. (1993), The Life of Illness: One woman's journey.
Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Reviewed in Qualitative Health
Research. 2(2), 250-253.
Ray, M.A. (1994). Book review of D'Cruz, J. & G. Tham. G. (1993), Nursing and nursing
education in multicultural Australia. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: David Lovell
Publishing. Reviewed in Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 5(2), 44-45.
Watson, J. and Ray, M.A. (1988). The ethics of care and the ethics of cure: Synthesis in
chronicity. Book reviewed in Bioethics, Singer, P. and Kuhse, H. (Eds.) 5(1), 1991, by
Karen Dawson, Center for Early Human Development, Monash University, Clayton,
Victoria, Australia.
DOCUMENTS AND DISSERTATIONS:
Document: Development of a Research Plan for the Discipline of Nursing in Ontario. College of
Nurses of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, March 1983.
Dissertation: Ray, M.A. (1981). A study of caring within an institutional culture. Dissertation
Abstracts International. 42/06. (University Microfilms No. 81-27, 787).
VOLUME EDITOR
Pilkington, B., Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2013). Complexity Science and Nursing for Journal
Nursing Research and Practice, Hindawi Publishing Company. (Not Published)
BLOGS
Ray, M. (2014). Comments for Website, Dr. Marilyn Ray, www.marilynray.com
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Ray, M. (2014). Comments for Dr. Peggy Chinn for Advances in Nursing Science Article by
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2014). Caring as emancipatory nursing praxis: The Theory of Relational
Caring complexity. Advances in Nursing Science, 37(2), 132-146.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (July, 2015). Comments regarding critique of article for Advances in
Nursing Science Article by Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (2014). Caring as emancipatory
nursing praxis: The Theory of Relational Caring complexity. Advances in Nursing
Science, 37(2), 132-146 in Advances in Nursing Science, 38(3).
Ray, M. & Turkel, M. (in press). Response to critique of Caring as emancipatory nursing praxis:
The Theory of Relational Caring complexity. Advances in Nursing Science, 37(2), 132146.
Ray, M. (2001). Response to critique of article, Impact of TriCare/Managed care on total force
readiness. Military Medicine, 166(10), IV.
Response to an article on nursing care, “How we can help more patients die in peace”? Medical
Economics, M64 (2). March 30,1987.
RESEARCH AND CREATIVE SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES
RESEARCH CONSULTANT/MENTOR/DIALOGUE:
Discussion on Caring in Nursing Education (June, 2015). Anne Boykin Academy/ Institute
for the Study of the Advancement of Caring in Nursing.
Mentored Discussion: Ray, M. (2014). Exploring the Meaning of Social Justice and Human
Rights in Transcultural Nursing. 40th Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, Charleston,
SC, October 2014.
Consultant (Phenomenological Research) for Study: Chaffin, A. (2013). Empathy in
Nursing Students: Ongoing Influence of the Hearing Voices Simulation. Nevada State
College, Henderson, Nevada. Sigma Theta Tau International Small Grant Application for
Submission, December, 2013.
Theory Application: Theory of Bureaucratic Caring, Grandview University, Des Moines,
Iowa, for forthcoming Book by Logan et al. : Health care policy: A primer for action.
Consultant on Enhancing care for cardiac patients with diabetes through telehealth:
Development of a cross cultural interventions. Dr. Jo Wu (Principal Investigator,
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Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia; Huei-Chuan (Christina) Sung, Tzu
Chi College of Technology, Hualien, Taiwan; Anne Chang, RN, PhD, Queensland University of
Technology, Brisbane, Australia; Mary Courtney, RN, PhD, Australian Catholic University,
Brisbane, Australia, 2012-2013.
Consultant on Theory of Bureaucratic Caring: Iowa Healthcare Network, Des Moines, Iowa,
March 2012.
Magnet Status and Theory of Bureaucratic Caring, Sigma Theta Tau International, Des
Moines, Iowa, March 2012.
Theory Application: Theory of Bureaucratic Caring, Grandview University, Des Moines,
Iowa, March 2012.
Consultant in Military and Transcultural Health Care and Qualitative Research: Analyzing
the Health Stories of Hiroshima and Pearl Harbor Survivors to Create Meaningful Messages for
Adolescents. Principal Investigator: Patricia Liehr, RN, PhD, Florida Atlantic University,
Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida and Ryutaro Takahashi, MD, PhD,
Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Tokyo, Japan. Submitted to the Rockefeller
Foundation for the Bellagio Project, Bellagio, Italy, August, 2007. (not funded).
Consultant in Military and Transcultural Health Care and Qualitative Research: Bridging
Cultures and Generations by Honoring the Human Spirit Expressed in the Health Stories of
Hiroshima and Pearl Harbor Survivors. Principal Investigator: Patricia Liehr, RN, PhD,
Associate Dean, Florida Atlantic University, Christine E. Lynn, College of Nursing, Boca Raton,
Florida and Ryutaro Takahashi, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Toyko, Japan.
Submitted for Funding to Toyota Foundation Research Grant Program, 2006.
Mentor and Consultant in Qualitative Research: Aerospace Nursing Research. Air Force
Aeromedical Nursing Iraq Combat Casualty Study Post September 11, 2001. Dr. Mona Ternus,
Principal Investigator. Funded by TriService Nursing Research Program, September 2003-2004.
(Funded 237,499)
Research Consultant: Holy Cross Hospital, Nursing Research Council, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
2002-2004.
Consultant: North Broward Hospital District, Research Consultation in Preparation for HRSTrauma Center Development, Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1992.
COMPETITIVE GRANT PROPOSALS AUTHORED:
Principal Investigator with Co-Principal Investigator Marian Turkel, Economic and Patient
Outcomes of the Nurse-Patient Relationship, Proposal for extension funded by the TriService
Nursing Research Program, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. Department of
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Defense, Bethesda, Maryland, $22,314, (Approved and Funded June-September 2004)
Principal Investigator with Co-Principal Investigator Marian Turkel, Economic and Patient
Outcomes of the Nurse-Patient Relationship, a research proposal funded by the TriService
Nursing Research Program, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Department
of Defense, Bethesda, Maryland, December 1999, $429,255. (Approved and Funded June
2000-2004)
Principal Investigator with Co-Principal Investigator Marian Turkel, RN, PhD, Impact of
TriCare/Managed Care on Total Force Readiness, a research proposal submitted to the
TriService Nursing Research Program, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences,
Department of Defense, Bethesda, Maryland, January 1998, $129,000 (Approved and Funded,
June 1998)
Principal Investigator with Co-Principal Investigator Marian Turkel, RN, PhD,
Econometric Analysis (Studies I & II) Of The Nurse-Patient Relationship, a research proposal
submitted to the TriService Military Nursing Research Council, Uniformed Services University
of the Health Sciences, Department of Defense, Bethesda, Maryland, April 1996, $198,473.
(Approved and Funded August 1996)
Co-Principal Investigator with Sherrilyn Coffman, RN, DNS, Principal Investigator,
Support Processes in African American Pregnant Women, a research proposal submitted to
Sigma Theta Tau International (Honor Society of Nursing), Indianapolis, Indiana, March 1995,
$3,000. (Approved and Funded June 1995)
Principal Investigator with Co-Principal Investigator Marian Turkel, RN, MSN, Nurse Patient Relationship Patterns: An Economic Resource, a research proposal submitted to the
TriService Military Nursing Research Council, Uniformed Services University of the Health
Sciences, Department of Defense, Bethesda, Maryland, February 1995, $148,633. (Approved
and Funded August 1995)
Co-Principal Investigator with Sherrilyn Coffman, RN, DNS, Principal Investigator, Support
Processes in African American Women During High Risk Pregnancy, a research proposal
submitted to Florida League for Nursing, Orlando, Florida, December 1994, $800. (Approved
and Funded March 1995)
Service and Program Evaluation Project Director: Perinatal Health Care Project to Aid
Migrant Women in the Caridad Community Center of South East Florida, a proposal submitted
to Opening Doors: A Program to Reduce Sociocultural Barriers to Health Care, The Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation and the Henry J. Kaiser Foundation, Washington, DC, September
1994, $203,780. (Not funded)
Co-Principal Investigator with Sherrilyn Coffman, RN, DNS, Principal Investigator, Support
Processes in African American Women During High Risk Pregnancy, a research proposal
submitted to Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, Washington, DC,
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November 1994, $4,500. (Not funded)
Co-Principal Investigator with Sherrilyn Coffman, RN, DNS, Principal Investigator, Support
Processes in African American Women During High Risk Pregnancy, a research proposal
submitted to Research Initiation Program, Florida Atlantic University, October 1994, $10,000.
(Not funded)
Co-Principal Investigator with Sherrilyn Coffman, RN, DNS, Principal Investigator, Support
Processes in African American Women During High Risk Pregnancy and Parenthood, a proposal
submitted to Opening Doors: A Program to Reduce Sociocultural Barriers to Health Care, The
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Henry J. Kaiser Foundation, Washington, DC,
September 1994, $67,955. (Not funded)
Co-Principal Investigator with Sherrilyn Coffman, RN, DNS, Principal Investigator, Processes
of Social Support During High Risk Pregnancy and Early Parenthood, a proposal submitted to
Sigma Theta Tau International, Mead Johnson Nutritional Perinatal Research Grant, June 1994,
$10,000. (Not funded)
Consultant: Ethical Decision Making of Caregivers in the Emergency Room with Patients who
are Alcohol Dependent. A research proposal submitted to University Hospital, University of
Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado, September 1991. (Not funded)
Principal Investigator: Ethical Decision Making of Caregivers. A research grant proposal
submitted to the National Center for Nursing Research, Department of Health and Human
Services, National Institutes of Health, August 15, 1990, $35,000. (Approved, not funded, July
1991)
Co-Principal Investigator with Phyllis Schultz, RN, PhD, FAAN, Principal Investigator: Rural
County Health Services. A proposal submitted to National Center for Nursing Research, DHHS,
Washington, D.C., February 1989 [Study Period 3/1/90 to 2/28/95], $2,589,100. (Approved, not
funded)
Principal Investigator: An Holographic Study of Human Caring Within a Multi-Institutional
Culture. A research proposal submitted to The Colorado Trust, Denver, Colorado, May 1987,
$506,565. (Not Funded, April 1988)
Principal Investigator: The Development of Space Nursing. A research proposal submitted to
the 1986 Kellogg National Fellowship Program, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Battlecreek,
Michigan, December 1985. (Not Funded, February 1986)
Principal Investigator: Technology and Human Caring in Critical Care Units. A research
proposal submitted to the Research Committee, University of Colorado, School of Nursing,
$1,000. (Approved, funded 1985)
Project Director: A Phenomenological and Theoretical Study of Caring Within a Hospital.
Nursing Research Emphasis Grant/Doctoral Program. A proposal submitted to the Department of
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Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Bethesda, Maryland, Summer 1985. (Not
Funded)
Principal Investigator: A Study of Caring Within a Health Sciences Center Medical Center. A
proposal submitted to the President's Fund for the Humanities, University of Colorado, Boulder,
Colorado, May 1984, $10,000. (Not Funded)
NON-COMPETITIVE GRANT PROPOSALS AUTHORED:
Principal Investigator: Evaluation Study of Aerospace Nursing Education and Aircraft
Qualification. USAF/SAM Aerospace Nursing, Brooks AFB, Texas, 1993-1998.
Principal Investigator: A Descriptive Study of Care Processes Using Total Quality Management
as a Framework in a USAF Regional Hospital Emergency Room. A research proposal submitted
to the United States Air Force, March 1991. Approved March 1991. Study completed May 1991.
Principal Investigator: Phenomenological Study of Caring in Intermediate Care. A research
proposal submitted to the Research Committee, University of Colorado, School of Nursing,
1988-1989.
Principal Investigator: Phenomenological Study of the Art of Nursing Administrative Practice.
A research proposal submitted to the Research Committee, University of Colorado, School of
Nursing, 1988-1989.
Principal Investigator: Educational Evaluation Research of Chief Nurse Residency SelfStudy/Understudy Program. A research proposal submitted to the United States Air Force, Nurse
Corps, HQ MPC/SGEN, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, January 1986.
FINAL RESEARCH REPORTS SUBMITTED to TriService Nursing Research Program:
Economic and Patient Outcomes of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. TriService Nursing Research
Program, Bethesda, MD, 2005.
Impact of TriCare/Managed Care on Total Force Readiness. TriService Nursing Research
Program, Bethesda, MD, 2002.
Economic Analysis of the Nurse-Patient Relationship (Studies I & II). TriService Nursing
Research Program, 1998.
Nurse-Patient Relationship Patterns: An Economic Resource. National Technical Information
Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., December 1996.
TRAINING PROPOSAL APPROVED:
Project Director: A Study of the Expansion of Master's Program in Nursing Administration. A
proposal submitted to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health
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Service, Health Resource and Services Administration. (Approved March 1988 to January 1991
for total funding of $683,495), University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of
Nursing.
NEW PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT:
Chair: Doctor of Nursing Science (DNS) Degree Program, College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic
University, Boca Raton, Florida. A proposal development submitted to the Florida State Board of
Regents. 1999-2001. Approved for Implementation, January, 2002.
RESEARCH STUDIES:
Ethnographic research on professional and non-professional nursing activities. College of
Nursing of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, 1982-83. (Unpublished)
An applied anthropological exploratory study of political roles within a professional subculture.
McMaster University, Department of Anthropology, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1977.
(Unpublished)
Research into the health practices (family relationships) in a Mexican pueblo. Anthropological
field work in Mexico. University of San Francisco, Department of Anthropology, San Francisco,
California, 1972. (Unpublished)
A descriptive study of the perceptions and attitudes of the culture of affluence toward health and
illness. University of Colorado, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1969. (Unpublished)
Research into cultural patterns of administration in nursing in a hospital. University of Colorado,
School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1969. (Unpublished)
Research into the role of the clinical specialist in pediatric nursing. University of Colorado,
School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1969. (Unpublished)
A paper comparing and contrasting the English and French Canadian family structures.
Childhood and culture course, University of Colorado, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado,
1969. (Unpublished)
RESEARCH REVIEWER:
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals
for Congressional Allocation of $2,000,000 for Military Nursing Research, July 1993. (58
proposals)
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PRESENTATIONS
INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE\ENDNOTE/SPECIAL ADDRESSES AND SYMPOSIA:
Ray, M. (2015). Keynote Address. Rootedness in Holistic Nursing: The Ontologic Mystery and
Structure of Caring. 35th American Holistic Nursing Association Conference, June 12-17, 2015,
Branson, Missouri.
Ray, M. (2015). Ray, M. Presentation: The Ethical Caring Theory of Existential Authenticity:
The Lived Experience of the Art of Caring and Healing in Nursing Administration. 35th
American Holistic Nursing Association Conference, June 12-17, 2015, Branson, Missouri.
Turkel, M., Ray, M. & Turkel, B. (2015). Love: Scholarly concept within nursing or consultant
lingo? 36 International Human Caring Conference, New Orleans, LA, May 20-13 2015.
Horn, B. & Ray, M. (2014). Opening TCN Scholar Address: 40 Years of Transcultural
Nursing : the Evolution of the Transcultural Nursing Society. 40th Transcultural Nursing Society
Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, October 2014.
Ray, M. (2014). Keynote Address. The Evolution of the Theory of Bureaucratic Caring within
Complex Organizational Cultures. 35 International Conference on Human Caring. The
Universality of Caring., Special Interest Group on Transcultural Nursing and Caring, Kyoto
Convention Center, Kyoto, Japan, May 25, 2014.
Watson, J. & Ray, M. (2014). Memorial Service Tribute for the late Dr. Madeleine Leininger,
Founder of the Transcultural Nursing Society and the International Association for Human
Caring. Kyoto Convention Center, Kyoto, Japan, May 25, 2014.
Special Address by Marilyn A. Ray and Interviewer, Marian C. Turkel: Honoring 35 Years
of Caring Scholarship: Reflections from 1978. 34th International Conference on Human Caring
Conference, Magic, Mystery and miracles--Embracing the difference caring makes in nursing
practice, education and research, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort, Orlando,
Florida, May 30, 2013.
Ray, M. (2013). Special Tribute to the late Dr. Madeleine Leininger, 34th International Caring
Conference, Swan-Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, Florida, May 2013.
Special Address: Crawford Lecture: Complexity Sciences, Transcultural Caring and
Communitarian Ethics: The New Dynamic for Nursing and Health Care. Crawford Lecture,
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California, April 1, 2013.
Adventures in Qualitative Research: Traversing Trustworthiness toward Evidence-Based
Practice. Keynote Address. 2nd International Qualitative Research Conference in Nursing and
Health. Manila Tytana Colleges, Manila, The Philippines, November, 29, 2012.
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Turkel, M., Casterline, G., Goldin, M. & Ray, M. (2012). Caring for self: Caring science in
nursing practice. 1st International Caring and Peace Conference, Hiroshima Red Cross College
of Nursing, Hiroshima, Japan, March 2012.
Health Security for Diverse Populations through Transcultural Caring Ethics. Keynote Address:
3rd Asian Conference on Humanized Health Care, Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi, Viet Nam,
December 3, 2011.
Ray, M. How do we put the care at the heart of healthcare institutions? Special address. La
Source Ecole Institut et Haute Ecole de la Santé, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 13, 2010.
Ray, M. Creating caring organizations through communitarian ethics. World Universities
Forum, Davos Switzerland, Jan.9-11, 2010.
Ray’s Theory of Bureaucratic Caring. Special Address. Prince of Songkla University, Faculty of
Nursing, June 21, 2006.
Transcultural Caring in Nursing and Health Care. Special Address. Payep University, Faculty of
Nursing, Chiang Mai, June 13, 2006.
Ray’s Theory of Bureaucartic Caring. Special Address. Payep University Faculty of Nursing,
Chiang Mai, Thailand, June 13, 2006.
Ray’s Theory of Bureaucratic Caring. Special Address. University of Chiang Mai Faculty of
Nursing, Chiang Mai, Thailand, June 7, 2006.
Complexity Sciences and Evidence – Based Experimental Science: Can the Matter Be
Reconciled by the Human Science of Phenomenology? Keynote Address: 6th Annual Advances in
Qualitative Methods Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February
18, 2005.
Organizational Caring in Contemporary Healthcare: Interfacing Caring and Economics,
University of Alberta Health Sciences Center, Edmonton Alberta, Canada, February 16, 2005.
(Alberta Heritage Foundation Visiting Professor Address).
Co-Creating a Communitarian Ethic in Global Healthcare. Keynote Address. 26th International
Association for Human Caring Conference, Delta Hotel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2004.
The Foundations of Caring in Deacony presented at the International Deacony Congress, Lahti
Polytechnic Institute, Lahti, Finland, September 25, 1998. (Chapter Published 1999)
Transcultural Caring: Culture-Value Conflict Analysis presented for International Nurse
Recognition Day at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia, May 21, 1996.
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Political and Economic Cultural Caring: Conflict of Visions presented at the 14th International
Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, Edmonton, Ontario, Canada, October 5, 1988. (Paper
published 1989)
NATIONAL KEYNOTE\ENDNOTE ADDRESSES:
Ray, M. (2015). Keynote Address. Rootedness in Holistic Nursing: The Ontologic Mystery and
Structure of Caring. 35th American Holistic Nursing Association Conference, June 12-17, 2015,
Branson, Missouri.
Ray, M. (2014). Keynote Address. The Evolution of the Theory of Bureaucratic Caring within
Complex Organizational Cultures. 35 International Conference on Human Caring. The
Universality of Caring., Special Interest Group on Transcultural Nursing and Caring, Kyoto
Convention Center, Kyoto, Japan, May 25, 2014.
Political Transcultural Caring, 6th Annual Southern Regional Chapter Conference of the
Transcultural Nursing Society, Mulberry Hotel, Savannah, Georgia, February, 2004.
Where Are We Going: The Challenge of Space presented at the 2001 Nursing Space Odyssey: A
Tribute to Martha Rogers. American Holistic Nurses Association, Society of Rogerian Scholars,
Space Nursing Society Convention, Huntsville Marriott Hotel, Huntsville, Alabama, June 24,
2001.
The future of caring in the challenging health care environment. 23rd International Association
of Human Caring Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May, 2002.
The Art of Caring in Nursing, presented at Lynn University, School of Nursing Honor Society,
Boca Raton, Florida, April 23, 1999.
Phenomenological- Hermeneutic Approaches in Nursing, presented at the Phenomenology and
Hermeneutics Conference, Marriott Southwest, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2, 1998.
The Future of Caring in the Challenging Health Care Environment, presented at the 20th
International Conference on Human Caring, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 28, 1998.
Space Nursing: Issues and Challenges in the Advancement of the New Frontier, presented at the
Florida League for Nursing 1996 Convention, Exploring New Frontiers: Innovations in Space
Technology and Nursing Informatics, Radisson at the Port, Cape Canaveral, Florida, April 18,
1996.
Transcultural Health Care Ethics: Pathway to Progress, presented at the Second International
and Interdisciplinary Health Research Symposium, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West
Virginia, June 15, 1995.
Dr. Madeleine Leininger: Visionary, Role Model, Mentor presented at the Retirement Festivities
for Dr. Leininger, Wayne State University, School of Nursing, Detroit, Michigan, May 4, 1995.
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Phenomenological and Hermeneutics Research: Qualitative Approaches to Nursing Inquiry,
presented at the 8th Annual Research Conference, Zeta Theta Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, and
Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, May 7, 1993.
Pathways to Progress: An Examination of the Foundations of the Science of Complexity and Its
Relationship to New Paradigm Thinking in Nursing, presented at the Uniformed Nurse
Practitioners Association Meeting. Houston, Texas, November 2, 1992.
Political and Economic Visions in Transcultural Caring, presented at the Sigma Theta Tau
Induction Ceremony, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, April 1989.
Women in the 90's: Empowerment Through Caring, presented at North Broward Hospital
District, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, February 18, 1989.
Ethics and Morality of Caring in Nursing: Managing the Paradoxes, presented at the 9th
National Conference on Caring, University of California San Francisco, Vallambrosa Center,
Menlo Park, California, April 1987.
EMINENT SCHOLAR SYMPOSIUM:
"The Future of Nursing Education,” presented in the Griswold University Theatre, Florida
Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, April 23, 1990.
EMINENT SCHOLAR FORUM:
"The Path to Health Care Reform: From Individualism To Communitarianism,” presented in the
Board of Regents Room, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, March 24, 1993.
YINGLING VISITING SCHOLAR ADDRESSES:
"Reflective Inquiry in Practice,” presented at the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia
Commonwealth University, School of Nursing, Richmond, Virginia, February 1995.
"Caring: A Transcultural Communitarian Perspective,” presented at the Medical College of
Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Nursing, Richmond, Virginia, October
1994.
GUEST LECTURES -Invited:
Florida Atlantic University, RN to BSN, MSN, PhD programs related to Bureaucratic Caring
Theory, Complexity Sciences, Caring Science, Transcultural Caring Dynamics, 2004- to present
The Economics of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. Presented at the MSN course, University of
Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, February 2001.
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Activism in Grassroots Politics. A Seminar Celebrating Women's Activism for Social Change,
National Council of Jewish Women, Radisson Hotel, West Palm Beach, Florida, March 15,
2000.
Transcultural Nursing Ethics: Spiritual Caring in Nursing. Florida Atlantic University, College
of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, January 18, 2000 and March 8, 2000.
Chaos and Ethics: Challenges to Ethical Practice in the Current Health Care Environment.
Presented to Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Chi Chapter, Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida,
October 18, 1999.
Econometric Analysis of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. Presented at the TriService Nursing
Research Symposium, State of the Science Congress, Marriott Hotel, Washington, D.C.,
September 17, 1999.
Economics of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. Doctoral Research Colloquium, University of
Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, July 5, 1999.
Ethical Issues in the Care of the Elderly: Whose Life Is It Anyway? Presented at the South
Florida Conference on Aging, Ruth Rales Jewish Family Services, Marriott Hotel, Boca Raton,
Florida, May 6, 1999.
Cultural Diversity in Higher Education. Presented at the North Palm Beach County Program,
Barry University, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, April 5, 1999.
Transcultural Ethics. Boca Raton Community Hospital, Boca Raton, Florida, November 16,
1998.
The Crisis in Nursing and Health Care. Call to Action Symposium, Floridians for Health Care,
Hilton Hotel, West Palm Beach, Florida, January 5, 1998.
The Nurse-Patient Relationship as an Economic Resource. Presented to the Hadassah-Hebrew
University, School of Nursing, Jerusalem, Israel, May 30, 1996.
Organizational Cultural Caring Dynamics. Nurses Week Celebration Research Presentation at
the Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 4, 1993.
Total Quality Management and Access to Care Issues in a Military Regional Medical Center.
Presented to the Florida Nurses Association, District 40, Nurses' Week Luncheon at the Holiday
Inn, Delray Beach, Florida, May 1993.
Views on the Meaning of Health And Health Care Reform. Presented to the Alleluia Club, Saint
Joan of Arc Church, Boca Raton, Florida, February, 21, 1993.
Transcultural Nursing Dynamics. Presented to the Hadassah International Women's
Organization, Denver, Colorado, August 1992.
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Preparing for Health Care Reform: Federal and State of Florida Agendas. (Dialogue with
Governor Michael Dukakis). Phi Kappa Phi Lecture Series, FAU, Boca Raton, Florida, January
1992.
National Health Insurance: A Challenge for the United States Health Care System. Delray
Democratic Club, Delray Beach, Florida, April 18, 1990.
Visions for Nursing at FAU. Women's Club Luncheon. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton,
Florida, November 1, 1989.
INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE/TEACHING:
Japan: The Theory of Bureaucratic Caring and Family Nursing, Kobe University Faculty of
Nursing, Kobe, Japan. September 2013, August, 2015.
Philippines: Different Universities and the Philippine Nurses Association Members. The
Philippines, December 2012.
Viet Nam: Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi, VietNam with Dean Chanh, Center for Nursing
Research, School of Nursing, and Professors from Queensland University of Technology, And
with Chief Nursing Officers of Hospitals in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, December
2011.
Switzerland: World Health Organization, Director of Human Resources for Global Health, Dr.
Manuel Dayrit, Geneva, Switzerland, January 15, 2010.
Switzerland: International Council of Nurses, CEO David Benton, Geneva, Switzerland,
January 14, 2010.
Thailand: Theory Development and the Future of Nursing. University of Chiang Mai, Payep
University, Narasuan University, Prince of Songkla University, June, 2006.
Finland: Exchange of views on Deacony with Dean Maija Vehvilainen, Deaconal Institution of
Lahti, Lahti, Finland, September 1998.
Canada: Exchange of views on Human Caring with Dr. Dorothy Pringle (Dean), University of
Toronto, Faculty of Nursing, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 1993.
South Africa: Exchange of views at F AU on Transcultural, Multicultural and Global Nursing
with Professor Hula Brink, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa, February 1992.
Soviet Union (USSR/Russia): Exchange of views on Holography with Dr. G. Khozin from
Moscow State University and scientists of the Aerospace Medical Association, Moscow, USSR,
March 1990.
MEDIA PRODUCTIONS:
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Videotape: Transcultural Nursing and Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Care. Hamilton
Psychiatric Hospital. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 1983. (Used for psychiatric hospitals in
the province of Ontario, Canada).
MEDIA PRESENTATIONS:
Interview: Reflections of the History of College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University,
conducted by Dr. Anita Beckerman, Florida Atlantic University Media Center, 2005.
Interview on "Preparing for Health Care Reform: Federal and State of Florida Agendas" with
Angela Murray, reporter from WJNO Radio (1230 AM), Boca Raton, Florida, January 15, 1992.
Interview on "Military Role in the Gulf War Call-Up" with WPTV, Channel 5, West Palm
Beach, Florida, 1991.
Talk Radio with Julie Lester, "Caring in Nursing and Health Care Policy," Australia
Broadcasting Corporation, Adelaide, South Australia, November 1990.
Interview and article on "Caring and Health Policy" by Reporter from The Advertiser, Adelaide,
South Australia, November 1990.
CONFERENCE PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
(NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL):
Marilyn A. Ray (Mentor) with PhD Graduates from Florida Atlantic University, Christine E.
Lynn College of Nursing, C. Brown, J. Drumm, L. Fleck, C. Saslo, G. Weisman, F. Keane, D.
Hain, P. Bartolone. Caring connections in doctoral education: Embracing the magic along the
way. 34th International Conference on Human Caring, Magic, Mystery and miracles--Embracing
the difference caring makes in nursing practice, education and research Walt Disney World Swan
and Dolphin Resort, Orlando, Florida, May 31, 2013.
Ray, M. (2011/2012). Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care. Breakfast
Dialogues with Conference Participants, Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, October,
2011, 2012.
Ray, M. (2010). Transcultural caring dynamics in nursing and health care. Book presentation.
Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, Atlanta,
GA, October, 2010.
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Ray, M. (2010). The alpha and omega: The legacy of Dr. Madeleine Leininger to Transcultural
Nursing. Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center,
Atlanta, GA, October 2010.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2010). Instead of reconceptualizing the nursing process let’s rename it.
International Association for Human Caring, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, June 2010.
Ray, M. (2010). Creating caring organizations and cultures through communitarian ethics. World
Universities Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January 10, 2010.
Ray, M. (2010). How do we put the care at the heart of healthcare institutions? La Source Ecole
Institut et Haute Ecole de la Santé, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 13, 2010.
Davidson, A. & Ray, M. (2009). Nursing, caring, and complexity for human-environment wellbeing. Rogerian Conference, Florida Atlantic University, October 23, 2009.
Ray, M. (2008). The language of caring. Caring Scholars Conference. Florida Atlantic
University, May, 2008.
Turkel, M. & Ray, M. (2008). Caring complexity in nursing. International Association for
Human Caring Conference, University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, May, 2008.
Davidson, A. & Ray, M. (2006). Complexity for human-environment well-being. Presented by
Dr. Alice Davidson at the 6th International Conference on Complexity Science, Marriott Hotel,
Boston, MA, June 25-30, 2006.
Ray, M. (2006). Reflections on Vietnam Aeromedical Evacuation Experience. USAF
Aeromedical Evauation Experiences of War-. Presented May 15, 2006 at the 77th Annual
Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association, Caribe Royale Hotel, Orlando, Florida, May 1419, 2006.
The Foundations of Caring in Deacony. International Deacony Congress, Lahti Finland,
September 23, 1998.
Linking Quality & Cost in Health Care: The Interpersonal Caring Relationship as an Economic
Resource. 13th International Quality in Health Care Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, May 27,
1996.
Self-in-Communal Relationship: Caring Inquiry in Primary Health Care. International
Colloquium on Primary Health Care Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 1992.
Caring in the Hospital Organizational Culture. Saint John of God Hospital, Perth, Western
Australia, October 1990.
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Econometric Analysis of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. TriService Nursing Research
Symposium, State of the Science Congress, Marriott Hotel, Washington, DC, September 17,
1999.
The Richness of Phenomenology in Nursing Research and Practice: Revealing Meaning for
Nursing and Health. Phenomenology and Hermeneutics Conference, Minneapolis Marriott
Southwest, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2, 1998
The Crisis in Nursing and Health Care. Call to Action Symposium, Floridians for Health Care,
Hilton Hotel, West Palm Beach, Florida, January 5, 1998.
Economics of the Nurse-Patient Relationship. Tri-Service Nursing Research Program
Dissemination Conference, USUHS, Hyatt Regency, Bethesda, Maryland, August 4, 1997.
Transcultural Health Care Ethics: Pathways to Progress. Second International and
Interdisciplinary Health Research Symposium, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV,
June 15, 1995 (Keynote Address/Paper)
Caring in Nursing Practice and Research. Florida International University, Division of Nursing,
Miami, Florida, March 23, 1995.
Reflective Inquiry in Practice. Visiting Scholar Address, Virginia Commonwealth University,
Medical College of Virginia, School of Nursing, Richmond, Virginia, February 23, 1995.
Caring: Communitarian and Transcultural Perspectives. Visiting Scholar Address, Virginia
Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, School of Nursing, Richmond,
Virginia, October 6, 1994.
The Nature of the Science of Complexity and its Relationship to Nursing. Qualitative Research
Symposium, 32nd Biennial Convention of Sigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis, Indiana,
November 29-30 and December 1-3, 1993.
Philosophical Bases of Community: Revitalizing Leadership and Rebuilding. Community
Leadership Seminar, 32nd Biennial Convention of Sigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis,
Indiana, November 29-30 and December 1-3, 1993.
Space Nursing Development. A Tribute to Honor Dr. Madeleine Leininger. Society for Applied
Anthropology meeting. San Antonio, Texas, March 11, 1993.
The Richness of Phenomenology: Phenomenologic-Hermeneutic Approaches. Sage Publication
Conference. Oakland, California, November 30 -December 1, 1992.
The Art of Caring in Nursing Administration. Expressions of Caring in Nursing Conference.
Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, February 28-29, 1992.
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Preparing for Health Care Reform: Federal and State of Florida Agendas. Shared dialogue with
former Governor Michael Dukakis [Massachusetts] on the crisis in health care in the United
States. Phi Kappa Phi Luncheon Lecture. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida,
January 15, 1992.
Military Nursing and Human Caring in United States Air Force. Florida Nurse's Association
Convention. Jacksonville, Florida, September 1991.
The Pepper Commission Report of Comprehensive Health Care for Americans. Florida Nurses'
Week Activities. AFSC Regional Hospital, Eglin, Eglin, AFB, Florida, May 1991.
National Health Programs in the United States. Theme: The Issues of Access to Care. Northwest
Florida Regional Home Health Care Nurses Association. Fort Walton Beach, Florida, April
1991.
Visions for the Future: Nursing in Space. Aerospace Medical Association Conference -Annual
Scientific Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, May 13-17, 1990.
Constructing a Reflective Ethical Theory: The Interface Between Multi-person Interaction and
Technology. Theme: Ethics and Nursing Practice: Research Perspectives. Second Annual Health
Care Ethics Conference. University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, May 3-4, 1990.
Developing Research Methodologies in Caring. Theme: Caring: The Compassionate Healer, A
Call to Consciousness. International Association for Human Caring -12th Annual Conference,
University of Texas at Houston, Houston, Texas, April 27-19, 1990.
Ethics through the Life Cycle: Ethics and Caring in Hospitalized Patients. University of
Colorado Center for Human Caring and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Community of Caring
Foundation, July 13, 1989.
The Art of Caring. The Second Annual Marjory Sparkman Distinguished Lecture Series. Florida
State University, Tallahassee, Florida, November 2, 1989.
Nursing in Space. Non-Practicing Nurses' Association, Thornton Civic Center, Thornton,
Colorado, March 30, 1988.
Organizational Caring and Development. Fall Festival of Faith, Penrose Hospital, Colorado
Springs, Colorado, October 1987.
Meeting the Future: Expanding the Research Base of Transcultural Nursing. Thirteenth National
Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, University of Miami, School of Nursing, Miami,
Florida, October 1987.
Assessment of Watson's Carative Factors: A Qualitative Research Study. Presented by Nancy
Hester and Marilyn Ray. International Nursing Research Symposium of Clinical Care of the
Child and Family, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, March 26-27, 1987.
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Theories of Caring (Watson and Ray). Paper Presented at the Nursing Diagnosis Conference,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October 1986.
Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing Practice. Ethical Legal Conference, The Children's Hospital,
Denver, Colorado, May 1987.
Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing, Ethics of Care and the Ethics of Cure: Synthesis in Chronicity.
First National Ethics Conference, University of Colorado, Center for Human Caring, The
Hastings Center, Colorado Nurses' Association, University of Colorado, School of Nursing,
Denver, Colorado, May 1987.
Ethics and Morality of Caring in Nursing: Managing the Paradoxes. Ninth National Conference
on Caring, University of California, San Francisco, Vallambrosa Center, Menlo Park, California,
April 1987.
Technological Caring. Denver Chapter, American Association of Critical Care Nurses (CCRN),
Ramada Inn, Denver, Colorado, April 1987.
Bureaucratic Caring: An Integrated Administrative and Practice Theory. The Children’s
Hospital Denver, Colorado, February 1987.
Philosophy and Ethics of Caring. Human Caring Conference, University of Colorado, School of
Nursing, Denver, Colorado, February 1986.
Qualitative Research: Phenomenology and Grounded Theory. University of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1986.
Technological Caring as Experiential and Principle Based Ethics in Critical Care Nursing. A
paper presented to the Eighth National Conference on Caring, University of California,
Vallambrosa Center, Menlo Park, California, April 1986.
Qualitative Research: Phenomenology and Grounded Theory. University of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 1986.
Nursing as a Human Science. Georgia State University, School of Nursing, Atlanta, Georgia,
February 1986.
Theory in Nursing Generated from Qualitative Research. Georgia State University, School of
Nursing, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1986.
Theory Generated From Qualitative Research. Conference: University of Colorado, Sigma Theta
Tau, Denver, Colorado, February 1986.
Technological Caring as Experiential and Principle Based Ethics in Critical Care Nursing.
Conference: Care With Compassion I in the Arena of High Technology, 92nd Association of
Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting, Anaheim, California, November 1985.
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Implications for Qualitative Research: Grounded Theory Method. Conference: Qualitative
Research: Viable, Valuable and Visible, University of Akron, College of Nursing, Akron, Ohio,
November 1985.
Implications for Qualitative Nursing Research: Phenomenological Method. Conference:
Qualitative Research: Viable, Valuable and Visible, University of Akron, College of Nursing,
Akron, Ohio, November 1985.
The Future of Nursing Research. Presented to the Nursing Group of the Clinical Research Center
(Perinatal). I University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, University Hospital, Denver,
Colorado, April 1985.
Qualitative Research. University of North Dakota, Sigma Theta Tau Conference, Fargo, North
Dakota, April 1985.
Care and Caring: Will Rationing Change Them? Ethics on the Front Lines of Medical Care:
Impact on Patient. National Ethics Conference. Denver, Colorado, February 1985.
A Classification System of Hospital Caring. Sigma Theta Tau, Chapter-at-Large Research
Conference, Denver, Colorado, November 1984.
Institutional Caring. Presented to Denver Social Work Conference. Colorado Psychiatric
Hospital, Denver, Colorado, May 1984.
Caring in Nursing Practice. Distinguished Lectureship Series. University of Connecticut, School
of Nursing, Storrs, Connecticut, May 1984.
Transcultural Nursing. An Overview: R.N.A.O. Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April
1983.
Transcultural Nursing and Its Implications for Psychiatric Nursing. Hamilton Psychiatric
Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 1983.
Transcultural Nursing. Occupational Health Nurses of Ontario. Humber College, Toronto,
Ontario, Canada, April 1983.
The Development of Nursing Classification System of Institutional Caring. Sixth National
Conference on Caring Research. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, March 1982.
Bureaucracy and Caring. Mercy Medical Center, Denver, Colorado, Employee Reflection Days,
October 1980; 1981.
Research Critique. Aggressive Behaviors in Walk-In Settings, by Linda Chafetz. Sixth National
Conference on Developing, Teaching, and Practicing Transcultural Nursing. University of Utah,
College of Nursing, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 1980.
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Caring: The Essential Nature of Nursing. Pinning Ceremony Address. University of Northern
Colorado, Greeley, Colorado, June 1980.
Nursing as a Culture: The Concept of Caring. A paper presented to the 49th Scientific Meeting
of the Aerospace Medical Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1978.
WORKSHOPS PRESENTED (INTERNATIONAL) - Invited:
Phenomenological-Hermeneutics Workshops at Silliman University, St. Paul's University in the
Philippines, December, 2012.
Doing Phenomenology, 6th Annual Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference, University of
Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February 17, 2005.
Spiritual Caring in Nursing. Curriculum Development in Nursing, Deaconal Institution of Lahti,
Lahti, Finland, September 1998.
Transcultural Ethics. King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia,
May 1996.
Phenomenology Workshop. Human Science Research Conference, South Australia College of
Advanced Education, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, November 1990.
Human Caring in Nursing. South Australia College of Advanced Education, Flinders University,
Adelaide, South Australia, November 1990.
Ethics of Caring. Western Australia College of Advanced Education, Perth, Western Australia,
October 1990.
Transcultural Nursing. Western Australia College of Advanced Education, Perth, Western
Australia, October 1990.
Phenomenological Research. October 1990. Western Australia College of Advanced Education,
Perth, Western Australia,
Qualitative Research Methods in Nursing. Phillip Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Victoria,
Australia, October 1990.
Transcultural Caring: New Developments for Nursing Education. Malmo College of Health and
Caring Sciences, Malmo, Sweden, August 27-29, 1989.
Presentation and development of a qualitative research course for nursing. Clark Institute of
Psychiatry, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May-June 1983.
WORKSHOPS PRESENTED (NATIONAL) - All Invited:
Phenomenology: The Search for Meaning. The 3rd Annual Southern Regional Chapter
Conference of the Transcultural Nursing Society, Mulberry Hotel, Savannah, Georgia, February
19, 2000.
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Chaos and Ethics: Challenges to Ethical Practice in the Current Health Care Environment. Sigma
Theta Tau, Lambda Chi Chapter, Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida, October 18, 1999.
Ethical Issues in the Care of the Elderly: Whose Life Is It Anyway? The South Florida
Conference on Aging, Ruth Roles Jewish Family Services, Boca Raton Marriott Hotel, Boca
Raton, Florida, May 6, 1999.
Cultural Diversity in Higher Education. North Palm Beach County Program, Barry University,
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, April 5, 1999.
Qualitative Research Methods for Nursing Practice: Phenomenology, Grounded Theory, and
Ethnography. 16th Annual Issues in Nursing Research Conference, University of Utah, College
of Nursing, Yarrow Hotel, Park City, Utah, February 24, 1999.
Cultural Diversity in Health Care. Holy Cross Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, November 13,
1997.
Phenomenological Research in Nursing. University of Miami, School of Nursing PhD Program,
Miami, Florida, March 15, 1997.
Qualitative Research Methods Workshop. 10th Annual Southern Nursing Research Conference,
Doral Ocean Beach Resort, Miami Beach, Florida, February 29, 1996.
Phenomenological Research/Caring Inquiry Methodologies. Bethel College of Nursing,
Colorado Springs, Colorado, January 11-13, 1996.
Advanced Qualitative Research Methods. Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth
University, School of Nursing, Richmond, Virginia, October 6-8 and November 17-19, 1994;
February, 23-25, 1995.
Contemporary Approaches to Qualitative Nursing Research, First Aerospace Nursing Research
Symposium, USAF/SAM, Department of Aerospace Nursing, Brooks AFB, Texas, June 28 -July
1, 1994.
Cultural Diversity: Caring for Patients Who Are Different From You. Stuart, Florida, April 19,
1994. Martin Memorial Medical Center,
Transcultural Ethics. Boca Raton Community Hospital Ethics Committee, Boca Raton, Florida,
September 20 and October 25, 1993.
Aerospace Nursing Development. Palm Beach Community College, West Palm Beach, Florida,
October 21, 1993
Transcultural Caring. West Boca Medical Center, Boca Raton Florida, October 30, 1992.
Nursing Ethics. Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May and December
1992.
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Ethics in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, March 1992.
Dimensions in Phenomenological Research, and Research in Caring. University of Miami,
School of Nursing, PhD Program, Miami, Florida, Seminars -March 1990 and February 1992.
Innovations in Practice Through Qualitative Research. AFSC Regional Hospital, Eglin AFB,
Florida, September 1990.
Visions for the Future in Nursing, 1990-2000. AFSC Regional Hospital, Eglin AFB, Florida,
September 1990.
The Aesthetics of Administration in Nursing and Health Care. Florida Atlantic University
Division of Continuing Education, presented at the Park Plaza Hotel, Boca Raton, Florida,
March 1, 1990.
Professionalism and Caring & Research in Nursing. Continuing Health Education Program,
Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews Air Force Base, D.C. February 13-14, 1990.
Phenomenological Research in Nursing. University of Miami, Miami, Florida, January 1990.
Qualitative Research in Nursing. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, December
1989.
The Creative Process of Caring. Veteran's Administration Hospital, Gainesville, Florida,
December 8, 1989.
Caring, Nursing Education and Practice. Medical College of South Carolina, Charleston, South
Carolina, April 18-19, 1989.
Theological and Ethical Caring. Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana, March 29-30, 1989.
Advanced Phenomenological Method for Nursing Research. Clemson University in Atlanta,
Georgia, November 11-13, 1988.
Phenomenological Method in Nursing Research Workshop. Clemson University at Plaza Lanier
Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, November 13-15, 1987.
Phenomenologic and Transcultural Nursing Workshop. University of Utah, College of Nursing,
Salt Lake City, Utah, February 1987.
Phenomenology Workshop. Doctoral Program, University of Texas, School of Nursing, Austin,
Texas, January 1987.
Phenomenology Workshop. Summer Doctorate Program, Wayne State University, College of
Nursing, Detroit, Michigan, July 1986.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
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EXTERNAL REVIEWER ACTIVITIES (Articles, Proposals, Monographs):
International Journal for Human Caring (IAHC)
2012 and on-going
Zane Robinson Wolf, RN, PhD, FAAN (Editor)
LaSalle University
Philadelphia, PA
Qualitative Health Research Journal
Board Member (2011)
Reviewer
(Janice Morse, RN, PhD (Anthro), PhD (Nurs), Editor)
Sage Publications, California
Journal of Transcultural Nursing (Reviewer)
going
Associate Editor 1998-2000]
(Marilyn Marty Douglas, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor)
Sage Publications
Thousand Oaks, California
1990 and on-going
2003 and on1999-2003
The Journal of Nursing Scholarship [formerly Image]
(Sue Hegevary, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor)
Sigma Theta Tau International Indianapolis, Indiana
1999-2003
Image: The Journal of Nursing Scholarship
(Beverly Henry, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor)
Sigma Theta Tau International
Indianapolis, Indiana
1992-1998
Journal of Advanced Nursing
(Lynda Harrison, RN, PhD, North American Editor)
Blackwell
London, England
1997-1998
Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine:
Journal of the Aerospace Medical Association
(David R. Jones, MD, MPH, Editor-in-Chief)
Alexandria, Virginia
1995-1999
Nursing Outlook: Journal of the American Academy of Nursing
(Miriam Broome, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor)
Mosby Year Book, Inc.
Saint Louis, Missouri
1994-2010
International Association for Human Caring
(Dolores Gaut, RN, PhD, Editor)
1991-1994
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University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Wisconsin
International Journal of Trauma Nursing
(Judith Halpern, RN, MS, Editor)
Mosby Year Book, Inc.
Saint Louis, Missouri
1998
Critical Issues in Qualitative Research: A Contemporary Dialogue
(Janice Morse, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor)
Sage Publications
Thousand Oaks, California
1992-1993
Human Care and Health Series Advisory Review Board
(Madeleine Leininger, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor)
Wayne State University Press
Detroit, Michigan
1990-91
Phenomenology and Pedagogy: A Human Science Journal
(Margaret Haughey, Editor)
University of Alberta, Faculty of Education
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1989
Monographs on Caring
(Kathleen Arpin, Editor)
University of Toronto, Faculty of Nursing,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1986-1987
Health Care Research Proposals,
Strategic Health Care Research,
Federal and Provincial Ministries of Health,
Ottawa and Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1983-1984
Book Reviews:
Olson, C. (1992)
Living with illness: One woman's journey
(1) State University of New York Press (SUNY)
Albany, New York
(2) Qualitative Health Research Beverly Hills, California
1992
1992
Research Proposal: Social Science and Humanities
Research Council of Canada
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
1992
Best Article Selection Committee
Journal of Transcultural Nursing Sage Publications
Thousand Oaks, California
1999
UNIVERSITY AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
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UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES
Role
Organization
Dates
Member
Boca Senate (Senator)
Florida Atlantic University
2002-2003
Member
University Benefits Committee
Florida Atlantic University
1996-2004
Member
Promotion and Tenure Committee Florida
Atlantic University
1998 – 2000
Member-Special
University Faculty Council Florida Atlantic
Committee on Assignment University
and Evaluation P&T
1996-1997
Member-Special
University Faculty Council Florida Atlantic
Committee on Post Tenure University
Review
1996-1997
Member- Steering
Committee
University Faculty Council
Florida Atlantic University
College of Nursing Representative
1994-1997
Member
Faculty Council
University of Colorado
1987-1988
Member
Space Sciences Steering Committee University
of Colorado
1985-1988
Member
Alexandria Institute
Knowledge Matrix Computer Project
University of Colorado
1986-1987
COLLEGE/SCHOOL OF NURSING COMMITTEES
Role
Organization
Dates
Member
PhD Committee
Florida Atlantic University
2004 & on-going
Member
Committee on Faculty
Florida Atlantic University
2000-2004
Chairperson
Committee Member
DNS Planning Committee
Florida Atlantic University
2000-2004
1998-2000
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Chairperson
Committee Member
Promotion and Tenure Committee
Florida Atlantic University
1999- 2004
1998-1999
Member
Executive Committee
Atlantic University
1994-1997
Chairperson
Committee on Curriculum
Florida Atlantic University
1994-1997
Member
PhD Planning Committee
Florida Atlantic University
PhD Committee
Executive Committee
University of Colorado
1992-1993
2004 and on-going
Member
1988-1989
Member
Academic Management Team
University of Colorado
1987-1989
Chair
Research Committee
University of Colorado
1987-1988
Chair
Executive Committee
University of Colorado
1986-1987
Member
Steering Committee
Center for Human Caring
University of Colorado
1986-1989
Member
Summer Doctoral Program
Curriculum
University of Colorado
1985-1986
Member
Executive Committee
University of Colorado
1985-1986
Chair
Research Committee
University of Colorado
Doctoral Program Planning
Committee
University of Colorado
1985-1986
Member
Minority Affairs Committee
University of Colorado
1984-1989
Member
Handbook Committee
University of Colorado
1985
Member
Research Committee
University of Colorado
1984
Member
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1984-1989
Coordinator
Primary Care Nurse Program
Educational Development Committee
McMaster University
1973-1976
Member
Minority Affairs Committee
University of San Francisco
1970-1972
Member
Curriculum Committee University of
San Francisco
1970-1972
EXTERNAL COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS:
Role
Organization
International Association for Human Caring
Dates
2012-14
Member
Ethics Committee
Florida Nurses Association
1999-2000
Member
Editor Search Committee
Journal of Transcultural Nursing
1998
Director
Sigma Theta Tau International
Iota Xi Chapter, FAU
Boca Raton, Florida
1997-1998
Member
Leininger Award Committee
Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan
1996 and 2004
Member
Bioethics Committee
Broward General Medical Center
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1993-1998
Board Member
Amendments to By-Laws Committee
International Association for Human Caring
1987-1993
Chair
By-Laws Committee
International Association for Human Caring
1989-1991
Member
Research Committee
Sigma Theta Tau, Chapter-at-Large
University of Colorado and Loretto Heights College
1984- 1987
Board Member
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CONSULTATIONS:
Role
Organization
Dates
Curriculum Consultant
Deaconal Institution of Lahti School of Nursing
Lahti, Finland
1998
Research Consultant
Holy Cross Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
2002-2004
Research Consultant
North Broward Hospital District NICU/General
Research Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
1992-1993
Research Consultant
South Australia College of Advanced Education
Flinders University Adelaide, South Australia
1990
Research Consultant
Curtin University
Perth, Western Australia
1990
Research Consultant
Edith Cowan University Perth, Western Australia
1990
Research Consultant
Monash University
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1990
Research Consultant
Phillip Institute of Technology Melbourne, Victoria,
Australia
1990
Research Consultant
USAF Nurse Corps Eglin AFB, Florida
1990-1991
PhD Program
Consultant
University of Colorado School of Nursing Denver,
Colorado
1989-1993
Research Consultant
Lutheran Hospital,
Vice President (Nursing), Wheatridge, Colorado
1986
Research Consultant
University of Colorado Center for Nursing Research
Denver, Colorado
1985-1988
Research Liaison
Staff Research and
Consultant
University Hospital, Qualitative Research, University
of Colorado Denver, Colorado
1984-1985
Consultant
Naturalistic Field Inquiry to the Research Project:
Nursing in the Schools: Supporting Handicapped
Children. A project for submission to the Division of
Nursing by Judy Igoe, Ann Smith and Associates.
1985-1989
Research and
Administrative
USAF Surgeon General USAF Headquarters Bolling
AFB, D.C.
1984
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Consultant
Consultant in
Transcultural Nursing
Qualitative/ Phenomenological; Nursing Research,
City of Toronto, Province of Ontario, Canada
MarchSeptember
1983
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
Member, Doctoral (DNS and PhD) Program Planning Committee, Florida Atlantic University,
College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 2000-2004; 2004 and on-going.
Chair, Doctoral (DNS) Program Planning Committee, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1998-2000,
Contributor, Revision of Master of Science, Nursing Administration Program and all Course
Developments, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton Florida, 1998-1999.
Coordinator, National League for Nursing (NLN) Accreditation Process, Florida Atlantic
University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1994-1995.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Planning Committee, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1992-1993.
Transcultural Nursing Curriculum Planning, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing,
Boca Raton, Florida, 1992-1993.
Administrative Nursing Courses, Caring Course, Inquiry in Nursing Course, Masters Program
(MSN), Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1989-1995.
Nursing Doctorate (ND) Program Task Force, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center,
School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1987-1988.
Transcultural Health Care Team Teacher, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center,
School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1986-1988.
Legal Ethical Issues in Nursing, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of
Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1986-1988.
Administrative Organizational Theory Course, Doctoral Program, University of Colorado Health
Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1986 to 1988.
Theory and Research Course, MS Program and Summer Option Doctoral Program, University of
Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1985 to 1988.
Doctoral Program Task Force for New Ph.D. Curriculum, University of Colorado Health
Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1984 to 1992.
Primary Care Nurse Program, Curriculum Developer/Problem Based Learning/Simulated Patient
Curriculum Model/Educational Coordinator and Lead and Team Teacher, McMaster University,
Faculty of Nursing, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1973 to 1976.
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Development of Leadership and Management Seminar Course, University of San Francisco,
School of Nursing, San Francisco, California, 1971 to 1972.
Development of Senior BSN Medical/Surgical Theory Courses and Syllabus, University of San
Francisco, School of Nursing, San Francisco, California, 1971 to 1972.
CONTEMPORARY COURSES OF INSTRUCTION
NGR 6730 Organizational Culture in Nursing Systems, MS Program, Content revision and
teaching, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 2000 – 2002.
NGR 6816 Advanced Nursing Research: Critique and Application of Research Theory, MS
Program, New course development, content revision and teaching, Florida Atlantic University,
College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1999.
NGR 6930 Organizational Culture in Nursing Systems, MS Program, New course development
and teaching, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1999.
NGR 5018 Advanced Nursing Practice Grounded in Caring, MS Program, Content revision and
teaching, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1997-2000.
NGR 6731 Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Nursing with Practicum, MSN Program,
Teaching and updating course content, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca
Raton, Florida, 1997.
NUR 7310 Interpretive Qualitative Research Course, Doctoral Program, University of Colorado
Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1997.
NGR 6721 Caring in Complex Organizations with 2 Practica, Caring in Small/Large
Organizations, MSN Program, Content revision and teaching, Florida Atlantic University,
College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1996.
NGR 6731 Entrepreneurial and Intrepreneurial Nursing with Practicum, MSN Program,
Teaching and updating course content, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca
Raton, Florida, 1996.
NGR 6721 Caring in Complex Organizations with Practicum, MSN Program, Teaching and
updating course content, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida,
1995.
NGR 5018 Caring: Foundation for Advanced Nursing, MSN Program, Teaching and updating
course content, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1995.
NUR 7310 Interpretive Qualitative Research Course, Doctoral Program, University of Colorado
Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1994.
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NGR 6810 Inquiry in Advanced Nursing Practice, MSN Program, Teaching and updating course
content, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1994.
NGR 6720 Advanced Nursing: Nursing Administration, MSN Program, Teaching and updating
course content, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1993-1995.
NGR 6930/NUR 4905 Nursing: Transcultural, Multicultural and Global Caring Course,
BS/MSN Program, Course Design and Teaching, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1992-1993.
NGR 6939/NGR 6943 Advanced Nursing: Nursing Administration Seminar and Practicum,
MSN Program, Content revision and teaching, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing,
Boca Raton, Florida, 1990-1994.
NGR 5810/NGR 6938 Advanced Nursing Research Methods (Theory & Practicum), MSN
Program, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 1989.
NUR 7300 Qualitative Research Methods Curricular Content, University of Colorado Health
Sciences Center, School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado, 1984 to 1993.
DOCTOR OF NURSING SCIENCE COURSE DEVELOPMENT/TEACHING:
NGR 7815 Advanced Qualitative Nursing Research Methods, DNS Program, Florida Atlantic
University, College of Nursing, Boca Raton, Florida, 2002 – 2004.
NGR 7115 Philosophies of Science, DNS Program, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing, Boca Raton, 2002- 2004.
DISSERTATION (DNS, PhD and DNP) ADVISING:
Dissertation Committee Member, Olga Abiri, PhD Candidate. Examining the relationship
between Labor and Delivery Nurses' Perceptions about Unit Safety, Physician-Nurse
Communication and Care Delivery Structures. Florida Atlantic University, The Christine E.
Lynn College of Nursing, Boca Raton, FL. (August, 2015 and on-going)
Comprehensive Committee Member, Olga Abiri, PhD student, Applying the Theory of
Bureaucratic Caring in Comprehensive Exam, Florida Atlantic University, The Christine E. Lynn
College of Nursing, Boca Raton, FL July 2015.
Advising for PhD Candidate, Tina South, on Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, University of
London, UK, (2011 and on-going).
External Examiner for PhD Candidate, Linh, Fever Management of Children in Vietnam.
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. (2013).
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Comprehensive Committee, Chair, and Dissertation Committee Member and Ray's Transcultural
Caring Conceptual Framework Advisor for PhD of Mary Brigid Martin, Perceived
Discrimination of Muslims in Health Care in the United States. Florida Atlantic University, The
Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Boca Raton, FL (PhD Awarded September, 2013).
Dissertation Committee Member and Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring Advisor for PhD of
Susan Allen, The Experiences of Council Leadership in Shared Governance. University of
Cincinnati, College of Nursing, Cincinnati, Ohio (PhD Awarded September 2013).
Dissertation Committee Member and Phenomenology Advisor for PhD of Jeanne Gottlieb,
Suffering in the Midst of Technology: the Lived Experience of an Abnormal Prenatal Ultrasound.
The Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (PhD
Awarded, August 2013).
Advising for DNP Student, Carol Conroy, on the Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring, Regis
University, Massachusetts (DNP Awarded April 2013).
Advising for DNP Student, Karen Meri Banoff, RN, BS, MPA, on Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic
Caring. DNP Program, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT. (2011)
Advising and Committee Member for PhD Dissertation for Terry Eggenberger on Ray's Theory
of Bureaucratic Caring, Holding the Frontline: The Experience of Being a Charge Nurse in
an Acute Care Setting. Florida Atlantic University, The Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing,
Boca Raton, FL. (PhD Awarded 2011).
Dissertation Method, Theory Advisor and Committee Member, The Clinical Nurse Leader Role.
Doctor of Philosophy, Barbara Sorbello, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, (PhD
Awarded March 2010.
Dissertation Methods Advisor and Committee Member Critical Incidents in Ethics and Nursing
Practice. Doctor of Philosophy, Tasanee Nasae, University of Songkla, Thailand. (PhD
Awarded 2009)
Unveiling the Mystery of Trust: A Study of the Social Process of Trust between Nurse Managers
and Chief Nursing Officers in Hospitals Dissertation Committee Chairperson, Doctor of Nursing
Science for Julie Hilsenbeck, Florida Atlantic University (DNS Awarded 2006).
The Show Must Go On: A Caring Inquiry into the Meaning Widowhood and Health for Older
Indian Widows (2006) [Ray’s Caring Inquiry and Ray’s Transcultural Caring in Nursing and
Health Care Model Application]. Dissertation Committee Chairperson, Doctor of Nursing
Science for A. Judith Czerenda, Florida Atlantic University.
The Magnetic Appeal of Nurse Informaticians: A Phenomenological Study of Nursing
Informatics, (2005). [Complexity Science] Dissertation Committee Chairperson for Todd
Swinderman, Florida Atlantic University.
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A Critical Theory Analysis of Women in Recovery from Chemical Dependence and their Return
to the Community, (2005). [Critical Social Theory] Dissertation Committee Chairperson for
Bernadette Lange, Florida Atlantic University.
Playing with Fire: The Meaning of Reconciling, [Phenomenological Study] (2005). PhD
Dissertation Methods Advisor and Committee Member, Nova Southeastern University (Dr.
Cathy Appleton)
An Examination of the Impact of Welfare Reform on Outcomes Associated with a Nurse Home
Visitation Program (2001). Dissertation Committee Member. University of Colorado. (J. Neale)
Creating Wise Choices: Integrating the Concept of Wise Attention into Caring and Nursing
Education (2001), Dissertation Committee Member. University of Colorado. (S. Puapan)
The Amazon at Midlife: The Meaning of Movement Through Women’s Life Transitions (2000),
Dissertation Committee Member/Methodological Advisor [Caring Inquiry]. University of
Colorado. (E. Teichler)
Through the Looking Glass: A Phenomenological Study of Deaf Culture and Their Perception of
Nursing, (2000), Dissertation 2nd Reader/Methodological Advisor. University of Colorado. (K.
Gilchrist)
Art and Women Healers in Nursing (1999), Dissertation Committee Member/Methodological
Advisor. Adjunct Professor with Union Institute University. (L. Gaydos)
Transcultural Nursing in New Zealand and the United States, (1997), Dissertation Transcultural
Nursing Consultant. University of Colorado. (L. Giddings)
Puerto Rican American Culture: An Ethnographic Study (1995) Dissertation Committee
Member, Methodological Advisor. University of Colorado. (B. Higgins)
A Way of Life: A New Beginning Each Day – The Family’s Lived Experience of Childhood
Chronic Illness. (1993), Dissertation Committee Member/Methodological Advisor. University
of Colorado. (M. Hagedorn)
A Description of the Meaning of Moral Conflict in Pediatric Nursing Practice: Weaving the
Fabric of Choice (1991), Dissertation Committee Member. University of Colorado. (N. Case)
Images of Reconciliation: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Human Being (1991),
Dissertation Committee Member. University of Colorado. (R. Neil)
A Study of the Hospital Organizational Culture (1991), Dissertation Chairperson (until called to
active military duty, February, 1990). University of Colorado. (J. Keller)
The Art of Caring in Nursing: A Phenomenological Study (1990), Dissertation Chairperson
(until called to active military duty, February, 1990). University of Colorado. (C. Appleton)
Human Care and Economics: A Nursing Study (1989), Dissertation Committee Member,
University of Colorado. (J. Nyberg)
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Nursing Identity: The Nursing-Medicine Relationship (1989), Methodological Advisor,
University of Colorado. (B. Wolff)
The Discovery and Creation of the Meanings of Human Caring through the Development of a
Guide to the Caring Literature (1988), Dissertation Committee Member. University of Colorado.
(J. Smerke)
Integrating a Changing Me: A Grounded Theory of the Process of Menopausal Women (1988),
Dissertation Chairperson. University of Colorado. (A. Quinn)
Public Health Nursing: Phenomenologic Meaning and Dialectical Theory (1988), External
Examiner/Methodological Advisor. University of Texas, Austin, Texas. (P. DeSilva)
Choice Patterns: A Theory of the Human-Environment Relationship (1988), Dissertation
Chairperson. University of Colorado. (A. Davidson)
The Shining Stranger: A Phenomenological Investigation of the Nurse Family Spiritual
Relationship (1988), Dissertation Chairperson. University of Colorado. (M. Stiles)
Restructuring: A Grounded Theory of the Transformation from Overweight to Normal Weight
(1987), Qualitative Research Methodological Advisor. University of Colorado. (R. Johnson)
Living With a History of Heart Attacks: A Human Science Investigation (1986), External
Examiner. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (J. Ford)
How Do We Understand the Life of Illness? An Hermeneutical/Phenomenological Study (1986),
External Examiner. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (C. Olson)
A Phenomenological Study of Image and Power in Nursing Administration (1986), Qualitative
Research Methodological Advisor. University of Colorado. (C. Brown)
Hermeneutic Interpretation of the Work of Dorothea E. Orem: A Nursing Metaphor (1985),
Assistant Qualitative Research Methodological Advisor. University of Colorado. (D. WellsBiggs)
THESIS AND PROJECT ADVISING:
Public Health Managers Perceptions of Total Quality Management Initiatives (2000), Thesis
Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing, (C. Wright)
The Lived Experience of Caring and Nurse Executives: A Phenomenological Study (2000),
Thesis Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (C. Quinn)
The Effects of Layoffs, Downsizing and Restructuring on Employees in the Organization of the
Hospital (1996), Project Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (P. Hurst)
The Simplification of Communication Patterns Between Pediatric Staff Nurses and Community
Service Organizations (1996), Project Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing. (S. Sinclair)
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The Nurses' Experience of Being Assisted in Practice by Multi-skilled Personnel (1996), Thesis
Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (M. Ross)
The Incarceration of Juveniles in Palm Beach County: Corrections versus Rehabilitation,
Juveniles in the Adult Facility (1996), Project Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College
of Nursing. (G. Kite)
The Experience of Being A Nurse Who Finds Satisfaction in the Nursing Profession: A
Phenomenological Study (1996), Thesis Member, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing. (P. Basel)
Domestic Violence: A Screening Protocol for Identification of Victims of Domestic Violence in
the Emergency Department (1996), Project Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of
Nursing. (L. Downes)
An Ethnonursing Study of Guatemalan-Mayans in South Florida (1996), Thesis Chairperson,
Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (C. Herp)
The Roles of Registered Nurses and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel in the Contemporary
Hospital (1996), Thesis Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (B.
Sorbello)
Haitian-American School-Age Children and Their Families: A Project to Study the
Implementation of the Role of the Transcultural Specialist Nurse Practitioner (1996), Project
Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (A. Miller)
Developing the Role of the Nurse Practitioner in Hospice Care (1996), Project Member, Florida
Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (S. Rosenbloom)
Ethical Evaluation by Nephrology Nurse Administrators: An Exploratory -Descriptive Study
(1995), Thesis Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (Y. DiDominic)
The Work-Life Views of the Nurse Manager During Transition from Primary Care to PatientFocused Care (1995), Thesis Chairperson, Florida Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (P.
Dittman)
Forgotten Moments: The Paradox of Excellence in Nursing Practice (1992), Consultant. Florida
Atlantic University, College of Nursing. (D. Scelsi)
I Chose Life: A personal exploration of the meaning of the illness experience and the illness
trajectory" (1991: External Examiner. "Struggling in Changing Priorities" (1991), Consultant.
Phillip Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. (C. Griffiths)
The Human Experience of Work to a Mother (1987), Chairperson. University of Colorado,
School of Nursing.
"Getting Yourself Back on Track": The Process of Integrating Adolescent and Maternal
Identities (1986), Methodological Advisor in Qualitative Research. University of Colorado,
School of Nursing.
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The Kinesthetic Experience of Movement in the Pregnant Woman (1986), Thesis Chairperson,
University of Colorado, School of Nursing.
Sibling Survivors: A Phenomenologic Exploration of the Human Experience of Sudden Sibling
Death During Childhood (1986), Thesis Chairperson, University of Colorado, School of Nursing.
(J. Disabato)
The Human Experience of Parenting for Parents of Toddler-Aged Children (1986), Thesis
Chairperson, University of Colorado, School of Nursing. (P. Beat)
“All We Need is Love." A Study of the Human Experiences of the Elderly in Nursing Homes
(1985), Thesis Chairperson, University of Colorado, School of Nursing. (S. Garratt)
Caring Values, Beliefs, and Perceptions of Practices of the Nurse Administrator in the
Organizational Culture of a Hospital (1985), Thesis Chairperson, University of Colorado, School
of Nursing. (V. Diamond)
INDEPENDENT STUDY ADVISING:
Transcultural Nursing and Caring Research and Qualitative Research Methods (5 PhD
Students/Faculty, from Prince of Songkla University,Thailand)
Human Caring (1990) [Amy Bartges (Flinders University, South Australia)]
Nursing, 1989 (2 MS students). Ethics and Caring (1989).
Holographic Theory, Environmental Design and Human Experience (1987).
Transcultural Methods (1986).
Ethics of Caring (1987).
Human Caring (1990) [Amy Bartges (Flinders University, South Australia)]
A Study of Electromagnetic Energy and Human Experience (1985-86). Qualitative Research
ON LINE SEMINARS:
Theory of Bureaucratic Caring, University of Kobe, Kobe, Japan, 2014, 2015.
Theory of Bureaucratic Caring. Bogota, Columbia, 2015.
Transcultural Caring Dynamics in Nursing and Health Care, International Association for
Human Caring Webinar, by Marilyn A. Ray, January, 2013.
Nursing, caring, and complexity science: For human-environment well-being. Plexus Institute,
Washington, DC., August 2012.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE (INTERNATIONAL):
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Dialogue on Phenomenological-Hermeneutic Research, Silliman University and The University
of St. Paul, The Philippines, December, 2012.
South Australia College of Advanced Education , Adelaide, South Australia, November 1990
(Flinders University)
 Caring and Nursing Education
 Phenomenology/Qualitative Research Methods
 MS/PhD Student/Faculty Consultation
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, October 1990
 Public Policy, Economics
and Organizational Caring
Western Australia College of Advanced Education, Perth, Western Australia, October 1990
(Edith Cowan University)
 Ethics
 Caring Practice
 Transcultural Nursing .
 Phenomenological Research Methods
 PhD Student/Faculty Consultation
Phillip Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, October 1990
(Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
 .Phenomenology and Qualitative Research Methods .Transcultural Nursing
 .Economics and Health
 .Caring and Research Methods
 .Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and Caring .Curriculum and Concept Analysis
 .Nursing Administration and Caring
 .MS/PhD Student/Faculty Consultation
TEACHING EXPERIENCE (NORTH AMERICA):
Advanced Qualitative Research
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
DNS
Lead Teacher
Philosophies of Science
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
DNS
Lead Teacher
Advanced NSG Research:
Critique and Application in
Research and Theory
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MS
Lead Teacher
Organizational Culture in
Nursing Systems
FAU, Davie, Florida
MS
Lead Teacher
Advanced Nursing
Grounded in Caring
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MS
Lead Teacher
Advanced Interpretive
University of Colorado
Ph.D. Visiting Professor
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Qualitative Research
Denver, Colorado
Entrepreneurial and
Intrepreneurial Nursing
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN Lead Teacher
Caring in Complex
Organizations
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN Lead Teacher
Caring: Foundation
For Advanced Nursing
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN Lead Teacher
Advanced Qualitative
Research Methods
Virginia Commonwealth
University
PhD
Visiting Scholar
Faculty 1994-1995
Inquiry in Advanced
Nursing Practice
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MS
Lead Teacher
Advanced Nursing:
Strategies of Nursing
Administration
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN Lead Teacher
Advanced Nursing:
Nursing Administration
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN Lead Teacher
Nursing: Transcultural
Multi-cultural and Global
Caring
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
BSN/MSN
Lead Teacher
Nursing Administration
Seminar and Practicum
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN
Lead Teacher
Research in Nursing
Quantitative/Qualitative
FAU, Boca Raton, Florida
MSN
Lead Teacher
Research in Nursing
University of Colorado
MS
Coteacher
Advanced Qualitative
Research Methods
University of Colorado
Denver, Colorado
PhD, Faculty Curriculum
Designer,
Lead Teacher
Transcultural Health Care
University of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado
MS, PhD
Coteacher
Laboratory in Quantitative
Research
University of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado
MS
Lead Teacher
Theory in Nursing
University of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado
MS
Lead Teacher
MS, PhD
Faculty
Coteacher
Philosophy and Nursing Methods University of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado
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Lead Teacher
Qualitative Research Methods
University of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado
MS, PhD
Program
Designer,
Lead Teacher
Clinical Seminar/
Instruction
University of Northern
Colorado
BSN
Clinical
Instructor
Primary Care Nurse
Program
McMaster University
Hamilton, Canada
Post BSN
Educational
Coordinator
Coteacher
Clinical Seminar/
Instruction
University of California
San Francisco
Junior year
BSN
Clinical
Instructor
Theory Course
University of California
San Francisco
Senior year
BSN
Instructor
Theory Seminar
University of California
San Francisco, California
Senior year
BSN
Lead
Instructor
Clinical Leadership &
Management Seminar
University of San Francisco
San Francisco, California
Senior year
BSN
Clinical
Instructor
Clinical Seminar/
Instruction
University of California
San Francisco, California
Senior year
BSN
Clinical
Instructor
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS:
Role
Organization
Fellow (Sustaining)
Applied Anthropological Association
Member
Society for Applied Anthropology
Member
American Nurses Association
Member
American Holistic Nurses Association
Member (Former)
Association of Military Surgeons of U.S.
Member
Council on Nursing and Anthropology
Member
Florida Nurses Association
Board Member (Charter and Board Member 2012-2015)
International Association for Human Caring
Member & TCN Scholar
Transcultural Nursing Society
Member (Former)
Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University
Charter Member (Former)
Nurses Network for National Health Care Program
Honorary Member
Nurse Practitioners' Association of Ontario
Member (Lifetime)
Reserve Officers' Association
Member
Society of Retired Air Force Nurses
Member
Society of Practicing Anthropologists
Member
Society of Rogerian Scholars
Member (Lifetime)
Military Officers Association (MOAA)
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Member
Member (Charter)
Member
Member
Aerospace Human Factors
Space Nursing Society
College of Nurses of Ontario
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE:
Called by President George Bush to active military duty to serve during Operation Desert Storm,
Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, February 3 through May 10, 1991. Conducted organizational
research on Emergency Department and related services regarding access to care issues and total
quality management at a USAF Medical Center. Article published in Military Medicine.
OTHER SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
Member, Floridians for Health Care, Inc., Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 1998-2005.
Vice-President, Floridians for Health Care, Inc., Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 1998-2000.
Reviewer, ANA Code of Ethics Draft, Florida Nurses Association, Orlando, Florida, 1999-2000.
Board of Directors, Floridians for Health Care, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 1997-1998.
Migrant Health Care. Delray Beach Health Department, Delray Beach, Florida, November 1991.
Lay Ministry Activities, St. Jude Church, Lakewood, Colorado, 1979-1989.
Associate to Board of Directors, Bear Creek Homeowners' Association, Lakewood, Colorado,
1984-1988.
Channel 7 -Immunization Fair, Denver, Colorado, August 1984.
PROGRAM CHAIRPERSON:
Qualitative Research Conference, USAF, School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Nursing,
Brooks AFB, Texas, June-July 1994.
Research Development in United States Air Force, Nurse Corps, AMSUS Conference, San
Diego, California, November 1989.
The Ethics of Care and the Ethics of Cure: Synthesis in Chronicity. Sponsored by the University
of Colorado, Center for Human Caring, The Hastings Institute, and the Colorado Nurses'
Association, May 1987.
LETTERS TO EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS:
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Response to the depiction of the image of nurses/nursing in television, The Young and the
Restless, Continental Broadcasting System, CBS-TV, Beverly Hills, California. (1986).
Response to Nightingale Television Show regarding image of nurses/nursing. National
Broadcasting Corporation, NBC-TV, New York City, New York. (1989).
SPACE LIFE SCIENCES ACTIVITIES:
Member, Aerospace Human Factors Association.
Member, Space Nursing Society (Charter Member 2001).
Member, Space Sciences Committee, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado (1986-1988).
Colonel, United States Air Force, School of Aerospace Medicine, Department of Aerospace
Nursing, Brooks AFB, Texas (1992-1999).
Ambassador for National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space Educators Program,
University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama.
Aerospace visit to space technology and scientific centers and launch sites in Star City, Russia
(formerly USSR), 1990. (1st delegation from the United States).
Collegial relationship with Dr. Grigori Khozin (Holographic Theorist), Moscow State
University, Moscow, Russia.
Member, Aerospace Medical Association, Aerospace Nursing, Space Nursing Society
Member, Space Medicine Association in 1990s.
Invited as Reviewer, Strategic Consideration for Support of Humans in Space and Moon/Mars
Exploration Missions, NASA Life Sciences Division, HQNASA, Washington, D.C. [Unable to
Review]
Invited to China to represent Aerospace Nursing with the Aerospace Medical Association to visit
Aerospace facilities and facilitate international Aerospace research opportunities, September 518, 1993. [Unable to attend].
Invited by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C. to participate
in suggestions for research aboard Space Station Freedom, March 1993 [Unable to participate].
NURSING LICENSES
State of Florida # RN2088982 (Active)
State of Colorado #32765 (Inactive)
Province of Ontario #59-0530-2 (Inactive, retired)
State of California #M136307 (Inactive)
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State of Utah #174495 (Inactive)
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Address Office:
Professor Emeritus
Adjunct Professor
Florida Atlantic University
Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Office Telephone:
561-470-8109 (Home)
Cell: 561-289-9064
Fax:
561-297-2416
E-Mail Addresses:
[email protected] (FAU)
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