Susan Kleiman, PhD., RN, CS, NP

 

Invited Presentations

 

Kleiman, S. (2002).  “The use of a nursing model to design research.”

Interdisciplinary Research Seminar, Columbia University PhD Program.

 

Kleiman, S. (2002). “Theoretical concepts of humanism in nursing,” Seminar on

Nursing as a Human Science, Lehman College.

 

Kleiman, S. (1991). "Humanistic Nursing Theory, A conceptual framework and

clinical applications," presented at the Third South Florida Nursing Theorist Conference, Cedars Medical Center, Miami, Florida.

 

Kleiman, S. (1990). "Sexual assault and the impact it has on professionals

working with its victims” presentation and workshop given at Marywood College, Scranton, Pa.

 

Kleiman, S. (1990). "Seminar in clinical supervision,” Hillside Hospital, Long Island             Jewish Medical Center.

 

Kleiman, S. (1990). "Exploring the impact of sexual trauma in psychiatric patients” presented at Grand Rounds at Hillside Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

 

Kleiman, S. (1990). “Psychiatric Nursing:  The fulcrum between biological and

            psycho-social perspectives, Long island Jewish Medical Center, research conference “Psychiatric Research Our Hope for the Future" Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Glen oaks, N.Y.

 

Kleiman, S. (1989). Workshop on unit based standards and unit programming,

Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

 

Kleiman, S. (1989). "The treatment of dual diagnosis patients in a day hospital

treatment program" presented at the Hospital and Community Psychiatry Conference sponsored by the APA in Philadelphia, Pa.

 

Kleiman, S. (1988). "The role of the nursing care coordinator in a decentralized

            model,” Long Island Jewish Medical Center.    

 

Kleiman, S. (1986). "A phenomenological study of patient's experiences as they

enter and become engaged in treatment in a psychiatric day hospital," Research Day Conference, Long Island Jewish Medical Center & Adelphi University.

 

Kleiman, S. (1985). "The phenomenological approach:  The process, the experience and the outcomes of a group investigation.” Research colloquium, Adelphi University.

 

Kleiman, S. (1984). "The professional and personal Dilemmas of Modern

Women," Hillside Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

 

Kleiman, S. (1981). "The multifaceted yet distinct role of the nurse in the treatment of day hospital patients," American Association of Partial Hospitalization”, San Diego.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Kleiman, S., Frederickson, K., & Lundy, T. (2003) Developing cultural awareness

and sensitivity: The building blocks. (In review)

 

Kleiman, S., and Kleiman, A. (2002) The Enduring Thread of Humanism in

Nursing. Unpublished.  Available at www.humaanistic-nursing.com.

 

Kleiman, S., and Kleiman, A. (2002). Humanistic Nursing Web site.

humanistic-nursing.com.

 

Kleiman, S. (2001). “Josephine Paterson and Loretta Zderad: Humanistic

Nursing Theory with clinical applications,” in Nursing Theories and Nursing

Practice. Marilyn Parker, Editor, 2001. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co.  pp. 151-178.

 

Kleiman, S. (1993).  “Reflections on knowing Josephine Paterson and Loretta

Zderad,” “Humanistic Nursing Theory" and “clinical Applications of Humanistic Nursing Theory,” Nursing Theories in Practice. volume II, Marilyn Parker, Editor, 1993, National League for Nursing, New York, pp. 15-35.

 

Kleiman, S. (1986). “Humanistic Nursing:  The phenomenological theory of

Paterson and Zderad," in Case Studies in Nursing Theory, edited by Patricia Winstead-Fry, 1986, National League for Nursing, New York, pp. 167-195.