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Additional Publications

Pamela J. Grace, Ph.D, RN, FAAN

  • Willis, D. G., Grace, P. J., Perry, D. J., & Lacoursiere Zucchero, T. (2013). Facilitating Humanization: Liberating the profession of nursing from institutional confinement in behalf of social justice, In Paula N. Kagan, Marlaine C. Smith, Peggy L. Chinn (Eds.), Philosophies and Practices of Emancipatory Nursing: Social Justice as Praxis. Routledge Studies in Health and Social Welfare., P. J., Robinson, E. (2012). Nursing's moral Imperative, In Ives Erickson, Ditomassi & Jones (Ed.), Fostering Nurse-Led CAre:Professional practice for the bedside leader from Massachusetts General Hospital (pp. 123-159). Indianapolis IN: Sigma Theta Tau Internatonal.
  • Zunner, B., Grace, P. J. (2012). Ethical conduct and the transgender patient. American Journal of Nursing, 112(12), 61-64.
  • Grace, P.J., & Willis, D.G. (2012). Nursing responsibilities and social justice: An analysis in support of disciplinary goals. Nursing Outlook, 60(4), 198-207.
  • Willis, D.G., & Grace, P.J. (2010). The Applied Philosopher-Scientist: Intersections among Phenomenological Research, Nursing Science, and Theory as a Basis for Practice Aimed at Facilitating Boys' Healing from Being Bullied. Advances in Nursing Science, 34(1), 19-28.
  • Grace, P. J., & Willis, D. G. (2010). Nursing Science: Knowledge Development for the Good of Person and Society. Nursing Philosophy, 11(1), 1-2.
  • Grace, P. J., & Willis, D. G. (2010). A Response to 'Ontologies of Nursing in an Age of Spiritual Pluralism: Closed or Open Worldview? by Barbara Pesut:' Our Review of the Central Unifying Focus Perspective as Implying an Open Worldview: A Clarification. Nursing Philosophy, 11(1), 24.
  • Grace, P. J., Robinson, E. (2012). "Nursing's moral Imperative," In Ives Erickson, Ditomassi & Jones (Ed.), Fostering Nurse-Led Care: Professional practice for the bedside leader from Massachusetts General Hospital (pp. 123-159). Indianapolis IN: Sigma Theta Tau Internatonal.
  • Vallent, H., Grace, P. J. (2010). Ethical Dimensions of Nursing and Healthcare. In J. Creasia & E Firberg (Eds.), Conceptual Foundations: The Bridge to Professional Nursing Practice (5th ed.) (pp. 260-287). Maryland Heights, MO: Elsevier Mosby.
  • Grace, P. J. (2010). Philosophies, Models and Theories: Moral obligations. In M. R. Alligood & A. Marriner-Tomey (Eds.), Nursing theory: Utilization and Applications (4th ed.) (pp. 73-96). St Louis MO: Elsevier Mosby.
  • Grace, P.J. (2009). Review of a book, Easeful death: Is there a case for assisted dying. Authors Warnock, M. & McDonald, E. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 12(5), 491-492.
  • Grace, P.J. (2009). Nursing Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Advanced Practice. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.
  • Willis. D. G., Grace, P.J., & Roy, C. (2008). A central unifying focus for the discipline: Facilitating humanization, meaning, choice, quality of life, and healing in living and dying. Advances in Nursing Science, 31(1), E28-E40.
  • Grace, P. J. (2008). Genetics, aging, and primary Care: Ethical implications for clinicians. In C.Y. Read, R.C. Green, &  M.A. Smyer (Eds). Aging, Biotechnology and the Future. (chapter 17). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Haggerty, L. A., & Grace, P. J. (2008). Clinical wisdom: The essential component of 'good' nursing care. Journal of Professional Nursing, 24(4), 235-40.
  • Grace, P.J. & Hardt, E. (2008). Ethics Column: I don’t trust hospitals and I don’t want strangers in my home! Should Mrs. Rosario be permitted to refuse assistance? America Journal of Nursing.
  • Grace, P. J., Willis, D. G., & Jurchak, M. (2007). Good patient care: Egalitarian inter-professional collaboration as a moral imperative. American Society of Bioethics an Humanities. Exchange, 10(1), 8-9.
  • Fry, S. T., & Grace, P. J. (2007). Ethical dimensions of nursing and health care. In J. L. Creasia, & B. Parker (Eds), Conceptual foundations: The bridge to professional practice (4th Ed.).
  • Grace, P. J. (2006). The clinical use of placebos: Is it ethical? American Journal of Nursing, 106(2), 58-61.
  • Grace, P. J. (2006). Philosophies, Models, and Theories: Moral Obligations. In M. R. Alligood & A. Marriner-Tomey, Nursing Theory: Utilization and Application (3nd ed.) (Chapter 4). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier/Mosby.
  • Grace, P. J. and McLaughlin, M. (2005). Ethics Column: When consent isn't informed enough. American Journal of Nursing, 105 (4), pp. 79-85.
  • Grace, P. J. (2005). Ethical Issues Relevant to Health Promotion. In C. Edelman & C.L. Mandle (Eds.) Health Promotion Throughout the Lifespan (6th Ed.) (Chapter 5). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier/Mosby.
  • Grace, P. J. (2004). Ethics Column: Patient safety and the limits of confidentiality. American Journal of  Nursing, 104(11), pp.33-37.
  • Grace, P. J., Fry, S. T., & Schultz, G. S. (2003).  Ethical issues experienced by psychiatric/mental health and substance abuse nurses.  Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurse’s Association, 9(1), 17-23.
  • Grace, P. J. (2004) Advocacy of the Elderly.  Web-Based Continuing Education Course (7 course series).  Series Coordinator, Sara T. Fry. Principal Investigator – New England Research Institute, Watertown, MA.
  • Grace, P. J. (2004). Philosophical Considerations in Nurse Practitioner Practice. In S. Chase (Ed.), Clinical Judgment and Communication in Nurse Practitioner Practice. (pp. 279-294). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.
  • Grace, P. J. (2004). Ethics in the Clinical Encounter. In S. Chase (Ed.), Clinical Judgment and Communication in Nurse Practitioner Practice (pp. 295-332). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.