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Dr. Katie Love PhD, RN, PHCNS, BC, AHN-C

Assistant Professor for Nursing
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Love, K. (2004) Two of Heaven’s Midwives. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 6 (2), 90.

Love, K. (2008) Interconnectedness in Nursing: A concept analysis. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 26(4), 255-265.

Love, K. L. (2009). An emancipatory study with African-American nursing students at predominantly White nursing schools.  Doctoral dissertation. ETD Collection for University of Connecticut, Paper AAI3360697.

Love, K (2010) The lived experience of socialization among African- American nursing students in a predominantly White university. Journal of Transcultural   Nursing. 21 (4), 342-50.

Love, K. (2011) Advice on Holistic Nursing Education. Connections in Holistic Nursing Research. 3(1), Enewsletter.

Love, K. (2012) Using Theater of the Oppressed in Nursing Education: Rehearsing to be change agents. Journal of Learning Through the Arts. 8(1). http://escholarship.org/uc/item/4wr3c05w#page-1

Love, K. A., King, A., Love, K. L., & Gill, K. (2013). The Sustainable Farm School: Waldorf philosophy and EcoJustice theory in aesthetic contexts. In M. Mueller & D. Tippens (Eds.), EcoJustice, citizen science, and youth activism: Situated tensions for science education. New York, NY: Springer.

Love, K. (2014) A mid-range theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education: A pedagogy for a student-centered classroom. Creative Nursing, 20 (1), 47-58.

Love, K. (2016) Black feminism in nursing research: An integrated review of the literature. ABNJ, 17(1), 11-15.  

Love, K. (2017) The Critical Research Evaluation Tool (CRET): Teaching and Learning to evaluate research for cultural competence. Nursing Education Perspectives, 38(5), 286-287.

Love, K. (accepted for publication 2018) Assessing Attitudes of Nursing Pedagogy: An Instrument based on the midrange theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education. Journal of Nursing Measurement.

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