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Notícias - Eventos


Profa. Convidada:
Dra Nancy Elaine Edwards      

10/09/2012,  14h


Sala 13 do Bloco F – Av. Prof. Mello Moraes, 1721

Organização: Departamento de Psicologia Experimental do IPUSP

Sobre a palestrante:
Purdue University School of Nursing, West Lafayette

Director of Graduate Nursing Programs - Associate Professor
Doctor of Philosophy - Family Studies

Interdisciplinary Minor: Gerontology

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

Specialization: Families, Aging and Health

Principais Publicações

Edwards, N. Gardiner, M., Ritchie, D., Baldwin, K., & Sands, L., (2008). Effect of

Exercise on negative affect in residents in special care units. Alzheimer’s disease

and Associated Disorders, 22(4). 362-368

Wall, N., Edwards, N. & Porter, M. (2007) Textual analysis of retired nurses’ oral

histories. Nursing Inquiry. 14(4); 279-288.

Edwards, N. & Baird, C. (2005) Interpreting Geriatric Lab Values. MEDSURG Nursing, The Journal of Adult Health. 14 (4) 220-230.

Beck. A., & Edwards, N. (2003) El papel de los animales en la vida de los ancianos.

Animales de compania, fuente de salud. 53- 69.

Edwards, N. (2003) Differentiating the 3 D’s: Depression, Delirium and Dementia. MEDSURG Nursing, The Journal of Adult Health. 12(6), 347-358.

Edwards, N. & Valley J. (2003) The research process: Using s “recipe” to increase

successful outcomes. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 29(9). 49-54.

Edwards, N. & Beck, A.(2002) The Influence of Animal-Assisted Therapy on

nutritional intake in individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease. Western Journal of Nursing Research 24(5), 697-712.

Edwards N.. (2003). Improving weight, nutritional status and health with environmental enrichment. Center for Aging and the Life Course. Purdue University.


Instituto de Psicologia da USP

Av. Prof. Mello Moraes 1721
CEP 05508-030
Cidade Universitária - São Paulo - SP

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