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Roy, C. (in press). Generating Middle Range Theory: From Evidence to Practice. New York: Springer Publishing.
Roy, C. (2009). The Roy Adaptation Model, 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health.
Roy, C & Jones, D. (2007). Nursing Knowledge Development and Clinical Practice. New York: Springer Publishing.
Roy, C. (2011). Extending the Roy Adaptation Model to Meet Changing Global Needs. Nursing Science Quartely, 24(4), 345-351. nsq.sagepub.com
Roy, C. (2011). Research Based on the Roy Adaptation Model: Last 25 Years. Nursing Science Quartely, 24(4), 312-320. nsq.sagepub.com
McCurry, M., Hunter Revell, S. & C. Roy (2009) Knowledge for the good of the individual and society:Linking philosophy, disciplinary goals, theory and practice. Nursing Philosophy. 11(1),42-52.
Roy, C., Whetsell, M.V., & Frederickson, K. (2009).The Roy Adaptation Model and Research: Global Perspective Nursing Science Quarterly. 22:3, 209-211.
Barone, S., Roy, C., & Frederickson, K. (2008). Instruments Used in Roy Adaptation Model Based Research: Review, Critique and Further Directions. Nursing Science Quarterly. 21 (4), 353-362.
Roy, C. (2008). Adversity and Theory: The Broad Picture. Nursing Science Quarterly. 21(2), 138-139.
Willis, D., Grace, P., & Roy, C. (2008). A Central Unifying Focus for the Discipline: Facilitating Humanization,
5th printing of Assessment Tool for Roy Adaptation Model by Joan Cho, RN, MN includes 5 new charts with a bird's eye-view of new modes. A Japanese edition has just been printed.
Japanese, Korean and Portugese translations of the recent editions of books based on The Roy Adaptation Model, Second Edition, have recently been published.
Niska, K.J (2001). Mexican American family survival, continuity, and growth: The parental perspective. Nursing Science Quarterly, 14, 322-329.
Niska, K.J (2001). Theraputic use of parental stories to enhance Mexican American family socialization: Family transition to the community school system. Public Health Nursing, 18, 149-256 [Field test of a methodology using parental stories to enhance famly socialization when a firstborn child enters the community schools system; Mexican American parents residing in Hadalgo County, Texas.]
Frederickson, K. (2000). Nursing Knowledge Development Through Research: Using the Roy Adaptation Model, Nursing Science Quarterly, 13(1): 12-18
BBARNS. (1999). Roy Adaptation Model-Based Research: 25 Years of Contributions to Nursing Science, Indianapolis: Center Nursing Press.
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