07.05.2012 [Patch.com] - The appointment of Ms. Smallidge and Mr. Quesnel-Craig as permanent directors was announced at yesterday's concert by Mrs. Jean Watson Esselink, President of the Board of Directors of The Main Street Singers.
is an American nurse theorist and nursing professor who is best known for her Theory of Human Caring. She is the author of numerous texts, including Nursing: The Philosophy and Science of Caring. Watson's research on caring has been incorporated into education and patient care at hundreds of nursing schools and healthcare facilities across the world.
A sit down interview with Dr Jean Watson distinguished faculty and nursing theorist. We discuss how career evolved and her more recent work on the Caritas Process. By rfraser Tags... - 03.02.2011, Viddler
Somos do IV Bloco do Curso de Enfermagem da Universidade Federal do Piauí - UFPI, e sabemos que a teoria de Watson passa do processo comum do cuidar, ela é transpessoal e chega... - 11.08.2010, YouTube
28.09.2012 [Apalachicola Times] - Maternal great-grandparents are Curtis and Jean Watson, and Bill and Burnell Martina, all of Apalachicola. Paternal grandparents are Jerome and Geanise Brown, of Apalachicola. Paternal great-grandparent is Mary Brown, of Port St. Joe. Happy Birthday to
24.09.2012 [Nurse.com] - The hospital adopted Jean Watson's theory of human caring about three years ago as its nursing model and has been integrating it ever since. Mary-Beth Desmond, RN. The meshing of Watson's theory and the hospital's mission took off after Adventist
17.05.2012 [Horse-Canada.com] - We are very proud him and really excited for his owners/breeders Jean Watson and Caroline Bazley of Blithe Hill Farm.” Hawley Bennett-Awad of Langley, BC rode her 2010 World Equestrian Games mount Gin N Juice, a 12-year-old American Thoroughbred mare
08.05.2012 [Scottish Daily Record] - Jean Watson will never forget her time nursing in the 1940s and is delighted that her daughter Patsy and granddaughter Emma have joined the profession. Jean, 82, who lives near Melrose in the Borders, had wanted to be a nurse since she was a child.
04.05.2012 [Mohave Valley News] - Chuck Denney, an Independent, has joined the race along with Hilary Williams, Steven Hess, Jeanne Kentch, Joe Morabito, Gregory Branson, Steve Moss, Sue Donahue, Emma Jean Watson and Roy Hagemyer for a seat on the board for the newly-created District 5
16.05.2012 [Mohave Valley News] - In addition to Donahue and Moss, the other candidates in attendance were Gregory Branson of Fort Mohave; Roy Hagemyer and Emma Jean Watson of Mohave Valley; and Jeanne Kentch of Lake Havasu City. Steven Hess of Fort Mohave was not present.