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Resources for Download

Questionnaires for Download:

Users should notify Dr. Marilyn Ray and Dr. Marian Turkel at email mray@fau.edu if using the below questionnaires. These questionnaires are referenced in the article and chapter respectively in the following:
Ray, M. &Turkel, M. (2012).

A transtheoretical evolution of caring science within complex systems. International Journal for Human Caring, 16 (2), 28-49.

The narrative data analysis related to the questionnaires is published in the following:
Ray, M & Turkel, M. (2009). Relational caring questionnaires. In J. Watson (Ed.), Assessing and measuring caring in nursing and health sciences. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Download Relational Caring Questionnaire – Professional

Download Relational Caring Questionnaire – Patient

Books by Dr. Marilyn Ray

“This collected scholarship…will inform the personal/professional evolution of caring and nursing into this century and beyond, inviting new visions of the evolved human in the world of practice, education, research, administration, and clinical care. It is truly a visionary futuristic manifesto for this time in nursing and health sciences at all levels.”
Jean Watson, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN
University of Colorado Denver College of Nursing
Founder: Watson Caring Science Institute, Boulder, Colorado
(From the Reflection)
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The dynamics meaning of culture and transcultural caring awareness and understanding of relational caring experiences for health, healing, and well-being are presented in this book. The five dimensional conceptual model of Ray’s, “Transcultural Caring in Nursing and Health Care” will illuminate knowledge for understanding how each individual is a “cultural being” and how cultures influence one another through transcultural caring relationships in the local and global environment.
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Scholarship related to the concept of caring within the discipline of nursing has increased exponentially in the last thirty years. A significant body of knowledge has advanced from philosophical and quantitative and qualitative inquiry. Ray conducted one of the first research studies to illuminate the meaning, generate categories, and discover substantive and formal theories of caring in the hospital culture. In this study, comparative data of different social units of persons, professional roles, clinical units, and documents formed the basis from which a classification system and theoretical frames of reference were discovered.
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