Research articles about nurses and nursing students with disabilities


Matt, S., Maheady, D., Fleming, S. (2015).
Educating nursing students with disabilities: Replacing essential functions with technical standards for program entry criteria. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 28(4), 461-468.
http://exceptionalnurse.blogspot.com/2016/01/educating-nursing-students-with.html

Matt, S., Fleming, S., & Maheady, D. (2015).
Creating Disability Inclusive Work Environments for Our Aging Nursing Workforce. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 45 (6), 325-330.

Parker Jones, M. (2013).THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF CHRONIC PAIN IN NURSE EDUCATORS 

http://acumen.lib.ua.edu/content/u0015/0000001/0001173/u0015_0000001_0001173.pdf

Neal-Boylan, L., Fennie, K., Baldauf-Wagner, S. (2011).
Nurses with sensory disabilities: their perceptions and characteristics. Rehabilitation Nursing, 36 (1), 25-31.


Wood, D., Marshall, E.S. (2010).
Nurses with disabilities working in hospital settings: attitudes, concerns, and experiences of nurse leaders. Journal of Professional Nursing, 26(3), 182-187.
Results of this study indicated that most nurse managers rated work performance as exceptional or above average.

Maheady, D. (2009)
Knowing persons with disabilities: Nurses illuminate difference in a natural light. In R. Locsin & M. Purnell. A Contemporary Nursing Process: The (Un) Bearable weight of knowing persons. New York:Springer Publishing
Stories from nurses with disabilities facilitate reflection on old and new perspectives about disability... in a natural light.