Parse, Rosemarie Rizzo (Rosemarie R. Parse)

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Parse, Rosemarie Rizzo (Rosemarie R. Parse)

PERSONAL:

Education: Duquesne University, B.S.N., University of Pittsburg, M.S.N.Ed., Ph.D.

ADDRESSES:

Office—Discovery International, Inc. and Institute of Human Becoming, 320 Fort Duquesne Blvd., Ste. 25-J, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, fax: 412-391-8458. E-mail—[email protected]; [email protected]

CAREER:

City University of New York, professor and coordinator of the Center for Nursing Research at Hunter College, 1983-1993; Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, professor and Niehoff Chair, 1996-2003, distinguished professor emeritus, 2003—. Also served as faculty member, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, PA, and dean of the Nursing School, Duquesne University, Pittsburg. Institute of Human Becoming, Pittsburg, founder and instructor; Nursing Science Quarterly, founder and editor; Discovery International, Inc. (nursing organization), president; presenter at numerous conferences.

MEMBER:

American Academy of Nursing, American Nurses Association, National League for Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau Internationa; Civic Light Opera Advisory Committee.

AWARDS, HONORS:

Sigma Theta Tau and Doody Publishing's Best Picks list in nursing theory book category, 1998, for The Human Becoming School of Thought: A Perspective for Nurses and Other Health Professionals, and 1999, for Hope: An International Human Becoming Perspective; Lifetime Achievement Award, Unitary Research Section of the Midwest Nursing Research Society, 2001.

WRITINGS:

EDITOR; NONFICTION

Nursing Science: Major Paradigms, Theories, and Critiques, Saunders (Philadelphia, PA), 1987.

Illuminations: The Human Becoming Theory in Practice and Research, National League for Nursing Press (New York, NY), 1995.

Hope: An International Human Becoming Perspective, Jones & Bartlett Publishers (Sudbury, MA), 1999.

NONFICTION

Nursing Fundamentals, Medical Examination Publishing (Flushing, NY), 1974.

Man-Living-Health: A Theory of Nursing, Wiley (New York, NY), 1981.

(With A. Barbara Coyne and Mary Jane Smith) Nursing Research: Qualitative Methods, Brady Communications (Bowie, MD), 1985.

The Human Becoming School of Thought: A Perspective for Nurses and Other Health Professionals, Sage Publications (Thousand Oaks, CA), 1998.

Qualitative Inquiry: The Path of Sciencing, Jones & Bartlett Publishers (Boston, MA), 2001.

Community: A Human Becoming Perspective, Jones & Bartlett Publishers (Boston, MA), 2003.

Contributor of essays to books, including The Language of Nursing Theory and Metatheory, edited by J. Fawcett and I.M. King, Sigma Theta Tau (Indianapolis, IN), 1997; and Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice, edited by M.E. Parker, F.A. Davis, (Philadelphia, PA), 2001. Contributor of articles to periodicals, including Nursing Science Quarterly, Journal of Advanced Nursing, and Visions. Author's works have been translated into Danish, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish, Taiwanese, and Korean.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

ANNA Journal, August 1, 1999, review of The Human Becoming School of Thought: A Perspective for Nurses and Other Health Professionals, p. 444.

Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, July 1, 1998, review of The Human Becoming School of Thought, p. 1885; May 1, 2000, review of Hope: An International Human Becoming Perspective, p. HS20.

SciTech Book News, June 1, 1998, review of The Human Becoming School of Thought, p. 100; June 1, 1999, review of Hope, p. 131; December 1, 2001, review of Qualitative Inquiry: The Path of Sciencing, p. 128; September 1, 2003, review of Community: A Human Becoming Perspective, p. 137.

ONLINE

International Consortium of Parse's Scholars Home Page,http://www.luc.edu/ (May 14, 2007).

Loyola University Chicago Web site,http://www.luc.edu/ (May 14, 2007), faculty profile of author.