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Her research interests are bearing witness to illness, spirituality and palliative care, the patient experience during and after hospitalization, and the integration of nursing theory and aesthetics into nursing models of care. She is an adult nurse practitioner and is also interested in ways the role can be developed to improve patient outcome after hospitalization. Through the Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, a MGH Partner's in Excellence Award and Boston College's Dorothy Jones Award, her work on a model of care has been recognized for its innovation in practice. Dr. Flanagan has presented her work at conferences locally, nationally and internationally and has authored or co- authored several book chapters and other publications.
Dr. Jane Flanagan is an assistant professor of nursing at Boston College Connell School of Nursing where she teaches in the Adult and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program. She has previously taught in both the undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. She was the first Carol Ghiloni Nursing Faculty Fellow at MGH and is an Associate Clinical Scientist at the Phyllis Cantor Center at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. She has worked at MGH for twenty years in a variety of clinical settings such as preadmission testing, cardiac catheterization, medical/cardiac intensive care, cardiac and orthopedic surgery. She has provided guest lectures at several area colleges and hospitals on a variety of nursing care issues including health assessment, laboratory values, and caring environments.
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|Publication:||Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2006|
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