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NAME
POSITION TITLE
Patricia Benner, RN, PhD
Professor VIII Emerita University of California San
Francisco, Department of Social and Behavioral
Science
Visiting Professor, University of Pennsylvania
School of Nursing
EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and
include postdoctoral training.)
DEGREE
INSTITUTION AND LOCATION
Pasadena College
University of California, San Francisco
Univ. of California, Berkeley, School of Education
Univ. of California, Berkeley, School of Education
(if
applicable)
AA
BA
MS
PhD
YEAR(S)
FIELD OF STUDY
1964
1964
1970
1982
Nursing
Nursing
Med. Surg. Nursing
Stress & Coping &
Health
RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Concluding with present position, list, in chronological order,
previous employment, experience, and honors. Include present membership on any Federal Government public
advisory committee. List, in chronological order, the titles, all authors, and complete references to all
publications during the past three years and to representative earlier publications pertinent to this application. If
the list of publications in the last three years exceeds two pages, select the most pertinent publications. DO
NOT EXCEED THREE PAGES.
Professional Positions:
1970-75
1976-78
Research Associate, University of California, San Francisco, School of Nursing
Research Assistant to Richard S. Lazarus, Stress & Coping & Aging, University of California,
Berkeley, CA
1979-81
Project Director, AMICAE, San Francisco Consortium/University of San Francisco. Project:
Achieving Methods of Intraprofessional Consensus, Assessment and Evaluation
1982-89
Associate Professor, Department of Physiological Nursing, University of California, San
Francisco, School of Nursing
1991
Acting Chair, Department of Physiological Nursing, University of California, San Francisco,
School of Nursing
1989-now
Professor, Department of Physiological Nursing, University of California, San Francisco, School
of Nursing
2001-now
Professor, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Physiological Nursing
2002-now
Thelma Shobe Endowed Chair of Ethics and Spirituality, Department of Social and Behavioral
Sciences and Physiological Nursing, University of California, San Francisco, School of Nursing.
2004-now
Director for National Nursing Education Study, Carnegie Commission for the Advancement of
Education. Senior Scholar Carnegie Foundation for The Advancement of Teaching.
Selected Awards and Other Professional Activities:
1994
Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Nursing, United Kingdom.
1996
American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award for Advanced Nursing Practice for Benner, P.,
Tanner, C.A., Chesla, C.A. Expertise in Nursing Practice, Caring Clinical Judgment and Ethics. New
York:
1995-96 Library Choice Award for Phillips, S. Benner, P. (Eds.) (1994) The Crisis ofCare:Affirming and
Restoring Caring Practices in the Helping Professions. Washington,D.C.:Georgetown University.
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2002
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Benner, P (2001) From Novice to Expert New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Won AJN Book of the Year
Award, (AJN January 2002)
Benner P., Hooper-Kyriakides P., Stannard D. (2001) Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Critical
Care: A Thinking-In-Action Approach. Philadelphia: Saunders. Won AJN Boodk of the Year Award.
(AJN) January 2002.
Benner, P., Stannard, D., Hooper-Kyriakidis, P. “ Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Critical Care: A
Thinking-In-Action Approach CDROM Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders. With extensive teacher’s manual, and
script for video taped clinical vignettes. Won AJN Media of the Year Award for 2001 (AJN, January 2002)
Thelma Shobe Cook Endowed Chair, Ethics and Spirituality. UCSF, Dept. of Social and Behavioral
Sciences.
Benner, P. The Institute for Nursing Health Care Leadership, Boston, MA: Celebration of 20 years
of collecting and extending clinical wisdom, experiential learning, and caring practices. September
21-23, 2003.
Benner, P. The Adele Herwitz Distinguished Scholar. Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing
Schools. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , December 3, 2004.
2004
Ross Products-American Association of Critical Care Nurses Pioneering Spirit Award. This award
recognizes significant contributions that influence acute and critical care nursing.
2008
Ranked as 4th most influential Nurse in the Last 60 Years by readership of Nursing Standard, U.K.
Relevant Publications (Partial Listing):
2000 Benner, P. The roles of embodiment, emotion and lifeworld for rationality and agency in nursing
practice. Nursing philosophy. 1(1)5-19.
2000 Benner, P. The wisdom of our practice. AJN. 100(10) 100-103.
2001 Puntillo, K.A., Benner, P., Drew, B., Stotts, N., Stannard, D., Rushton, C., Scanlon, C., White, C. Endof-life issues in intensive care units: A national random survey of nurses knowledge and beliefs.
American Jo. of Critical Care. 10 (4)216-129
2001 Benner, P., Stannard, D., Hooper-Kyriakidis, P. (2001) Critical care: Thinking-in-action. CDROM, W.B.
Saunders
2001 Benner, P. (2001) “The phenomenon of care.” In S.K. Toombs (ed.) Handbook of
Phenomenology and Medicine.” Volume number 68 in the Philsophy and Medicine Series.
Phenomenology and Medicine. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands,
pp.351-369.
2001 Fowler, M., Benner, P. (2001) “The new Code of Ethics for Nurses: A dialogue with Marsha Fowler.”
American Jo. of Critical Care 10(6) 281-284.
2001Benner, P. (2001) Breathing new life into practice communities. American Jo. Of Critical Care 10 (3)
188-190.
2001 Benner, P. (2001) Creating a culture of safety and improvement: A key to reducing medical error.
American Jo. of Critical Care 10(4) 281-284.
2002 Benner, P. (2002) Caring for the silent patient. American Jo. of Critical Care 11(5) 480-481.
2002 Benner, P., Sheets, V., Uris, P., Malloch, K., Schwed, K., & Jamison, D. (2002). Individual, practice, and
system causes of errors in nursing: A taxonomy. Journal of Nursing Administration, 32(10), 509-523.
2002 Weiss, S.M., Malone, R.E., Merighi, J.R., & Benner, P. (2002). Economism, efficiency, and the moral
ecology of good nursing practice. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(2), 95-119.
2003 Benner, P. “Reflections on what we care about.”Amer. Jo. of Critical Care. 12(2)165-166.
2003 Benner, P. “Creating a more responsible public dialogue about the social, ethical, and legal aspects of
genomics. Amer. Jo. of Critical care. 12(3)259-261.
2002 Benner, P. (2003) “Finding the good behind the right: A dialogue between Nursing and Bioethics.” In The
nature and prospect of bioethics, interdisciplinary perspectives. Miller, FG, Fletcher, JC, Humber, JM
(Eds.) Totowa, New Jersey: Humana Press.
2003 Benner, P. (2003) Clinical Reasoning Articulating Experiential Learning in Nursing Practice. In Slevin,
O., Basford, L. (Eds.) Theory and Practice of Nursing.
2003 Benner, P. “Enhancing patient advocacy and social ethics. Amer. Jo. of Critical Care. 12 (4) 374-375.
2003 Benner, P. (2003) “Beware of technological imperatives and commercial interests that prevent best
practices. American Jo. of Critical Care. 12(5) 469-471.
2003
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2003 Benner, P., Kerchner, S. Corless, I.B. (2003) “Attending death as a human passage: Core nursing
principles for end-of-life care. Amer. Jo. of Critical Care. 12 (6) 558-561.
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2003 Benner, P. (2003) “Finding the good behind the right: A dialogue between Nursing
and Bioethics.” In The nature and prospect of bioethics, interdisciplinary perspectives. Miller, FG,
Fletcher, JC, Humber, JM (Eds.) Totowa, New Jersey: Humana Press.
2005 Benner, P. Using the Dreyfus Model of Skill Acquisition to describe and interpret
skill acquisition and clinical judgment in nursing practice and education. The Bulletin of Science,
Technology and Society Special Issue: Human Expertise in the Age of the Computer. Vol. 24 (3) 188199
Benner, P “Stigma and personal responsibility: Moral dimensions of a
chronic illness. In Educating for Moral Action A Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics (R.B.
Purtilo, G.M. Jensen, C.Brasic Royeen (Eds.) Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co.
Benner, P.”Experiential learning, Skill Acquisition and Gaining Clinical Expertise” In
Preparation for Practice. Osborn, K. Watson, A., Wraa, C. (Eds.) Prentice-Hall. In Press.
Benner, P., Leonard, V.W.,”Patient Concerns and Choices and Clinical Judgment in
EBP” In Melnyk, B., Fineout-Overholt, E. (Eds.). Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthccare:
A guide to best practices. Philadelphia: Lippincott
2007
Benner P. & Sutphen, M, “Learning across the Professions: The Clergy, a Case in Point,” Journal of Nursing
Education, Vol. 46 No. 3 March 2007.
Benner, P. Sutphen, M, Leonard, V, & Day , L. “Learning to See and Think Like a Nurse: Clinical Reasoning and
Caring Practices,” Journal of Japanese Society of Nursing Research 30(1):20-24, 2007.
2008
Benner, P. & Sutphen, M. “Clinical Reasoning, Decision-Making in Action. Thinking Critically and
Clinically,” in Ronda Hughes (ed.), Patient Safety and Quality for Nursing Center for Primary Care,
Prevention, & Clinical Partnerships, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
2009
Benner, P. “Experiential Learning, Skill Acquisition and Gaining Clinical Knowledge”. In Obsborn, K.
Wraa, Watson , A. &, Wraa, C. (Eds.) Medical-Surgical Nursing. Saddleback New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
In Press.
Benner, P. (In Press) “Formation in professional education: An examination of the relationship between
theories of meaning and theories of the self. Jo. of Medicine and Philosophy. Forthcoming Special
Edition on the Influence of Charles Taylor on Medical Ethics.
Sunvisson, H., Haberman, B., Weiss, S. Benner, P. (2009) “Augmenting the Cartesian Medical
Discourse with an Understanding of the Person’s Lifeworld, Lived body, Life Story and Social Identity”
Journal of Nursing Philosophy. Septempter,2009.
Books:
1984 Benner P. From Novice to Expert: Promoting Excellence and Power in Clinical Nursing
Practice. Menlo Park: Addison-Wesley. Translated into five non-English languages. Second
Edition, 2001, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
1984 Benner P. Work Meanings, and Stress and Coping of Mid-Career Men. New York: Praeger
Scientific Press.
1988 Benner P., & Wrubel, J. The Primacy of Caring, Stress and Coping in Health and Illness. Menlo
Park: Addison-Wesley. Publication date: June 1988. Won 2 American Journal of Nursing Book
of the Year Awards, Medical-Surgical Nursing and Issues in Health Care.
1994 Benner, P. (Ed.). Interpretive Phenomenology: Embodiment, Caring and Ethics in Health and
Illness. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
1994 Phillips S.,Benner P. (Eds). The Crisis in Care: Affirming and Restoring Caring Practices in the
Helping Professions. Washington, D.C. Georgetown University Press.
1996 Benner P., Tanner C., & Chesla C. Expertise in Nursing: Caring, Clinical Judgment and Ethics.
New York: Springer. 1996 2nd Edition (2009)
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Gordon S., Benner P., & Noddings N. (Eds). Caregiving: Readings in Knowledge, Practice,
Ethics, and Politics. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
1999 Benner P., Hooper-Kyriakides P., Stannard D. Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Critical
Care: A Thinking-In-Action Approach. Philadelphia: Saunders. Second Edition In Press, 2010
2010 Benner, P., Sutphen, M, Leonard, V, Day, L. (2010) Educating Nurses: A call for radical transformation:.
Carnegie Foundation & Jossey-Bass. A research based book.
Benner, P., Malloch, K. with Marie Ferrell, Editor (2010) Nursing Pathways for Patient Safety.
Pennsylvania: Elsevier International Press.
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