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    Each Team Will Collaborate in the Creation of a WikiSpace Web Page
    This WIKI will dynamically depict the significance of Nursing Historical Events and their impact on the development of Nursing Science and Nursing Research.
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Tuesday, December 20

  1. page TEAM D Nursing Research History edited ... In 1985 the National Center for Nursing Research was developed. The center was renamed the Nat…
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    In 1985 the National Center for Nursing Research was developed. The center was renamed the National Institute of Nursing Research in 1993. The vision at NINR is to indorse and increase health and wellbeing for everyone. The exoneration of the research is accomplished through funding from the NINR and offers many disciplines within medical profession the information needed to administer cost-effective, quality health care. This achievement enables nurses to have money available to finance his or her studies. NINR seeks to extend nursing science by integrating the biological and behavioral sciences, employing new technologies to research questions, improving research methods, and developing the scientists of the future. NINR funded research has focused on topics important to practicing nurses.
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    The National Center of Nursing Research establishes seven priorities for research in 1988. Ada Sue Hinshaw organized the first Conference on Nursing Research Priorities (CANTELON, 2010). The object of this conference was to develop a national nursing research agenda that would give criteria for the selection of various proposals and projects and to advocate for increase depth in the development of knowledge base for nursing practice (CANTELON, 2010).
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Monday, December 19

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    November 20, 1985 ­Public Law 99-158, the Health Research Extension Act of 1985 becomes law. Among other provisions, the law authorizes the National Center for Nursing Research (NCNR) at NIH.
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    During the conference, the attendees (the top 60 nursing research scientist) were separated into various groups (CANTELON, 2010). The group began by establishing the three major criteria for setting the priorities. Cantelon (2010), “First, the agenda had to focus on critical public health problem in the country. Second, the nursing research had to be applicable and make a difference. And third, the nursing profession had to have the investigators able to conduct appropriate studies" (p. 77).
    The NCNR develops a proposal that will focus on seven areas for health care priorities as defined by Cantelon (2010):
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    HIV positive patients, partners, and families
    Long-term health care for the elderly
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    Murphy, S. (1993, Summer). Nursing research journals: A discussion and annotated guide. Serials Review , 19 (2), 23.
    Taylor, C., Lillis, C., Lynn, P., & LeMone, P. (2008). Fundamentals of nursing (6th ed.). Philadelphia , PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. The nurse in research. (1968, July). The American Journal of Nursing , 68 (7), 1504-1507 . Retrieved from [[http://www.jstor.org/stable/3420902 ]]
    North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NADA). (2011). History of NADA. http://www.nanda.org.
    Vreeland, E.M. (1958, December). The nursing research grant and fellowship program of the public health service. The American Journal of Nursing, 58 (12), 1700-1702 Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3417806
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    Halcomb, E.J., & Peters, K. (2009, August). Nursing student feedback on undergraduate research education: implications for teaching and learning. Contemporary Nurse, 33 (1), 59-68.
    Heitkemper, M., & McNeil, P. (2001). Perfect marriage of two pioneers. Nursing Research, 50 (4), 194. Retrieved from __http://www.nursingcenter.com/library/JournalArticle.asp?Article_ID=429976__
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    Taylor, C., Lillis, C., Lynn, P., & LeMone, P. (2008). Fundamentals of nursing (6th ed.). Philadelphia , PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. The nurse in research. (1968, July). The American Journal of Nursing , 68 (7), 1504-1507 . Retrieved from [[http://www.jstor.org/stable/3420902 ]]
    North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NADA). (2011). History of NADA. http://www.nanda.org.
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    The ethical guidelines set the ground work for nursing requirements involving research. These guidelines inform nurses, medical professionals, and the public about nursing expectations involving research. The nurse takes on the position as the investigator or the nurse practitioner providing controlled care. As the investigator the nurse will have completed the required education to conduct the research. The guidelines were created to protect human rights. The guidelines include the right to privacy, self-determination, conservation of personal resources, freedom from arbitrary hurt, freedom from intrinsic risk of injury, and minor and incompetent persons. The development of these ethical guidelines resulted in the use of informed consent, this informed the participants about the right they would be surrender during the study. Code of Ethics
    The ANA continues to offer professional opportunities for nursing.
    1973 Nursing Diagnosis Conference
    In 1973, the first conference on nursing diagnosis was held in St. Lois University. Kristine Gebbie and Mary Anne Lavin called together the first task force to name and standardize nursing terminology. This would soon serve as a depository for information on nursing diagnosis and the National Conference Group on the classification of Nursing Diagnosis. This clearing house publishes a newsletter, coordinates national conferences, and distributes information on each diagnostic category in the North American Diagnosis Association (NADA). Gebbie and Lavin enlisted the help of Sister Callista Roy, and many other nursing theorist in 1977 to help organize the framework for defining nursing diagnosis, which now is know by nurses as NADA. NANDA-I History: 1973 - 1979
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    1973- The American Hospital Association (AHA) issued the Patient's Bill of Rights
    In 1973, the American Hospital Association published the Patient’s Bill of Rights which established the rights of patients while they are in a hospital setting. Included in this Bill of Rights is the right to refuse to participate in any research study. The Patient Bill of Rights was developed to ensure that the patient was making an informed decision about his medical treatment and participation in research studies. The American Hospital Association set standards that established a patient’s right to have research studies completely explained to them prior to making a decision to participate in research studies that may affect their medical care or require their direct involvement. Because of the standards that the American Hospital Association set nearly 40 years ago, patients have the right to choose not to participate in research studies without compromising the nursing care that they receive.
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    Halcomb, E.J., & Peters, K. (2009, August). Nursing student feedback on undergraduate research education: implications for teaching and learning. Contemporary Nurse, 33 (1), 59-68.
    Heitkemper, M., & McNeil, P. (2001). Perfect marriage of two pioneers. Nursing Research, 50 (4), 194. Retrieved from __http://www.nursingcenter.com/library/JournalArticle.asp?Article_ID=429976__
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    North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NADA). (2011). History of NADA. http://www.nanda.org.
    Vreeland, E.M. (1958, December). The nursing research grant and fellowship program of the public health service. The American Journal of Nursing, 58 (12), 1700-1702 Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3417806
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    Annual Review of Nursing Research begins publication 1983. Center for Research for Nursing - created in 1983 by the American Nurses’ Association; mission: to develop and coordinate research program to serve as the source of national information for the profession. During this period nurses gained an increase in knowledge in regard to nursing research. However, information, and knowledge obtained from nursing research was seldom incorporated into nursing practice. The materials from this federally funded project were published to simplify the use of research to advance nursing practice (Burns & Grove, 2011).
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    20, 1985 ­ Public­Public Law 99-158,
    {Animal_Research_Act.jpg} Establish in 1985 the Health Research Extension Act make available the judicial directive for the policy in regard to use of laboratory animals for research. In addition, this policy enforces compliance by the Secretary of Health and Human Service department in regard to proper procedures including treatment and care in animal research. The regulation necessitates that the procedures reports suitable use of sedatives, palliatives, painkillers, and mercy killing, and fitting pre and post-surgical medical and care for animals. Also included in this Act is the obligation of committee members to report minor insights such as ways to control the use of animals or limiting suffering. The Act of 1985 was executed in Public Health Services departmental policy
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    in 1993. The institute "supports basic and clinical research to establish a scientific basis for the care of individuals across the life span-from the management of patients during illness and recover to the reduction of risks for disease and disability to the promotion of health lifestyles” (National Institute of Nursing Research, 2005). The vision
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    The National Center of Nursing Research establishes seven priorities for research in 1988. Ada Sue Hinshaw organized the first Conference on Nursing Research Priorities (CANTELON, 2010). The object of this conference was to develop a national nursing research agenda that would give criteria for the selection of various proposals and projects and to advocate for increase depth in the development of knowledge base for nursing practice (CANTELON, 2010).
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    The NCNR develops a proposal that will focus on seven areas for health care priorities as defined by Cantelon (2010):
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    into institute status; whichstatus, that was answered with undeniable “Absolutely“Absolutely" (Cantelon, 2010).”2010).
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    In June 1993, the National Center for Nursing research became the National Institute for Nursing research after Dr. Shalala signed the papers (Cantelon, 2010). Being an institute afforded more for funding and research opportunity (Cantelon, 2010). Prior to becoming an institute, the center had to be very selective on the studies that would be allotted funding as research dollars were slim. Each year following the inception of the center the number of studies awarded funding continued to decline as monies were not available. Reaching institute status gave an increase to funding and research opportunities (Night, 2011).
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    In 2004 the NINR developed a new training program for graduate nursing students persuing a doctoral degree, called Graduate Partnership Program (GPP). The program continues to offer assistance for doctoral students to develop and execute nursing research, The program educates doctoral students and assists them with the development of their dissertation.
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    REFERENCES

    References

    Burns, N., & Grove, S. K. (2011). Understanding nursing research: Building an evidence-base practice (5th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Saunders Elsevier.
    Cantelon, P. L. (2010). The National Institute of Nursing Research at NIH: Celebrating Twenty-five Years of Nursing Science. Retrieved from http://www.ninr.nih.gov/NR/rdonlyres/BCDD9E7E-C6A5-4578-B5B5-333895F54AA5/0/NINR_History_Book_508.pdf
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