Lysaught, Jerome P.
LYSAUGHT, Jerome P.
LYSAUGHT, Jerome P. American, b. 1930. Genres: Education, Medicine/Health. Career: Professor of Pediatrics and Nursing, University of Rochester, New York, since 1969 (Assistant Professor, 1963-66; Associate Professor, 1966-69; Professor Emeritus of Education, 1990-). Ed., Education Administration Qtly., since 1985. Coordinator, Rochester Clearinghouse on Self-Instructional Materials for Health Care Facilities, River Campus Station, Rochester, New York Assistant Manager, Educational Microfilm Systems, Eastman Kodak Co., 1954-61; Director, National Commission for the Study of Nursing and Nursing Education, 1967-73. Publications: (with C.M. Williams) A Guide to Programmed Instruction, 1963; An Abstract for Action: Report of the National Commission for the Study of Nursing and Nursing Education, 1970, appendices, 1971; From Abstract into Action: Implementation of the Recommendations of the National Commission for the Study of Nursing and Nursing Education, 1973; A Luther Christmas Anthology, 1978; Action in Affirmation: Toward an Unambiguous Profession of Nursing, 1980. EDITOR: Programmed Learning: Evolving Principles and Industrial Applications, 1961; Programmed Instruction in Medical Education, 1965; (with H. Jason) Self-Instruction in Medical Education, 1968; Individualized Instruction in Medical Education, 1968; Instructional Systems for Medical Education, 1971; Technology in Medical Education, 1973; Action in Nursing: Progress in Professional Purpose, 1974. Author of journal articles, monographs, and book chapters. Address: 17 Bretton Woods Dr, Rochester, NY 14618, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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