Marriner Tomey, Ann
MARRINER TOMEY, Ann
MARRINER TOMEY, Ann. American, b. 1943. Genres: Administration/ Management, Medicine/Health. Career: Indiana State University, Terre Haute, professor of nursing. Council on Graduate Education for Administration in Nursing, past vice-chairperson. Management consultant and public speaker; also worked as a nurse. Publications: AS ANN MARRINER: (comp.) Nursing Process, 1975, 3rd ed., 1983; Guide to Nursing Management, 1980, 5th ed. (as Ann Marriner-Tomey), 2000. EDITOR AS ANN MARRINER: Current Perspective in Nursing Management, 1979; Contemporary Nursing Management, 1982; Nursing Theorists and Their Work, 1986, 5th ed. (as Ann Marriner-Tomey with M.R. Alligood), 2002. EDITOR, AS ANN MARRINER-TOMEY: Case Studies in Nursing Management, 1990; Transformational Leadership in Nursing, 1993; (with M.R. Alligood) Nursing Theory: Utilization and Application, 1997, 2nd ed., 2002; (with Alligood) Nursing Theorists and Their Work, 4th ed, 1998, 5th ed., 2002. Contributor to books and professional journals. Address: School of Nursing, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN 47809, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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