Index of Memorial Resolutions and Biographical Sketches
DR. ALICE R. REDLAND
Whereas, Dr. Alice Redland served as a distinguished faculty member in The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing from January, 1970, to August 25, 1994; and
Whereas, She served as Parliamentarian to the Faculty Organization and as Chair of the Bylaws Committee from 1976 to 1994; and
Whereas, She served as Graduate Advisor from 1989 to 1991 and supervised the reorganization of graduate student data and record-keeping systems; and
Whereas, She recently assumed Editorship of the UT Nursing Report, elevating it to an informative chronicle of the scholarship activities of the School; and
Whereas, She served as a leader and spent innumerable hours in committee work where her considerable logic, intelligence, and forthrightness helped the School of Nursing move forward in its quest for excellence and achievement of recognition as a top-ranked school of nursing; and
Whereas, She served as a leader at the local, national, and international level for Sigma Theta Tau International; and
Whereas, She contributed new intellectual insights and sustained leadership that guided the revisions of the Adult Health Graduate Program; and
Whereas, Her sense of ethical decision making and uncompromising standards permeated our School at all levels; and
Whereas, She shared her knowledge with students in innovative and meaningful ways and received teaching excellence awards; and
Whereas, She willingly gave generously of her time, scholarly talents, and energy to support and encourage doctoral students in the successful completion of their dissertation research; and
Whereas, She challenged colleagues to reach deeply within themselves to actualize their highest level of scholarly potential; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the faculty of the School of Nursing acknowledge the sustained contributions of Dr. Alice R. Redland to the teaching, service, and research and scholarship missions of the School; and be it further
Resolved, That the faculty recognize her lifetime commitment and devotion to this School of Nursing in their support of the proposed Alice R. Redland Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Nursing.
Robert M. Berdahl, President
The University of Texas at Austin
H. Paul Kelley, Secretary
The General Faculty
This Memorial Resolution was prepared by a Special Committee consisting of Professors Alexa M. Stuifbergen (Chair), Sue J. Grobe, and Betty J. Skaggs.
"Strategies for Maintenance of Health Promoting Behaviors," (A. K. Stuifbergen, second author), Nursing Clinics of North America, 28, (1993), 427-442.
"Study of Hope in Patients with Critical Burn Injuries," (F. D. Anderson and J. P. Maloney, first and second authors), Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 14, 2(1993), 207-214.
"Positive Communication: The Key to Working Together Successfully," Healthcare Trends and Transition, 3, 5(1992), 26-27, 40-41. (Reprinted in Sprint 1993 course syllabus for PTP 381, Foundations of Teaching and Learning in Physical Therapy, The University of Michigan - Flint).
"Ethical-Legal Issues in Resuscitation and Withholding of Treatment," (D. A. Martin, first author), Critical Care Nursing Quarterly, 10, 4(1988), 1-8.
"Review and Selection of Research Abstracts for Presentation at the Edinburgh International Research Congress," (C. L. Cason and G. J. Cason, first and second authors), Image: The Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 20, 2(1988), 102-105.
"Interactive Video: Rationale and Practicalities of One Experience," (C. Kilmon, second author), Computers in Nursing, 4, 2(1986), 68-72.
"Nurses' Interaction Styles with Physicians: A Descriptive Study of Influence," Communication Research Reports, 1, 1(1984), 104-109.
"Preparing Childbirth Educators," The Forum for Continuing Education, 1, 4(1978), 6, 11.
"Perineal Splinting," American Journal of Nursing, 76, 8(1976), 1258.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:
"Maria Celina Phaneuf," American Nursing: Biographical Dictionary, Vol. II (Vern L. Bullough, ed.), New York: Garland, 1992, 265-270.
"The Social Readjustment Scale," (J. F. Baird, first author), Analysis of Current Assessment Strategies in Health Care of Young Children and Childbearing Families. (S. S. Humenick, ed.) Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York, 1982, 23-34, (1982 AJN Book Of Year).
"The Meaning and Use of Process in Nursing," Process in Clinical Nursing. Leonard and Redland (eds.), Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1981, 3-5.
"Nursing Process as a Problem-Solving Process," Process in Clinical Nursing. Leonard and Redland (eds.), Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1981, 6-9.
"A Process Framework for Nursing," Process in Clinical Nursing. Leonard and Redland (eds.), Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1981, 10-32.
"Clinical Research in Critical Care," (Issue ed.), Critical Care Nursing Quarterly, 12, 4 (1990), 90 pp.
"The Alcoholic in the Acute Care Setting," (Issue ed.), Critical Care Nursing Quarterly, 8, 4(1986), 88 pp.
Process in Clinical Nursing, (B. Leonard, Coed.), Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1981, pp. 528. [Included in Brandon, A. N., and Hall, D. R., "Selected List of Nursing Books and Journals," Nursing Outlook, 30, (1982), 186-199.]
"Follow Your Bliss," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 3, 4(1989), 203.
"Teaching, Learning, Behavior Change," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 3, 3(1989), 142.
"Mentors and Preceptors as Models for Professional Development," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 3, 2(1989), 70.
"Wellness and Networking," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 3, 1(1989), 24.
"Compassion, Empathy, and Caring," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 2, 4(1988), 172-173.
"Working Effectively in Groups," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 2, 3(1988), 131.
"On Revisiting," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 2, 2(1988), 81.
(No title), Clinical Nurse Specialist, 2, 1(1988), 26.
(No title), Clinical Nurse Specialist, 1, 4(1987), 170.
(No title), Clinical Nurse Specialist, 1, 3(1987), 105.
(No title), Clinical Nurse Specialist, 1, 2(1987), 75.
"The Education Role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist," Clinical Nurse Specialist, 1, 1(1987), 18-19.