Open Access full-text copies of the UTHealth School of Nursing dissertations from 2014 onwards. Topics include all aspects of nursing.

Older UTHealth School of Nursing dissertations (approximately 1999-2013) are available via ProQuest, but full-text access in Digital Commons is restricted to TMC academic institutions affiliated with The TMC Library. (Other libraries may be subscribed to the entire Proquest database.)

Print dissertations are available in the UT-SON Center for Education and Information Resources (CEIR) (1970-present). The TMC Library also has the print 1978-2012 School of Nursing dissertations.

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Dissertations from 2015

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ACTIVITY-REST AND SKIN TEMPERATURE CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS AND SLEEP PATTERNS IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING WOMEN, Kristina L. Leyden

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PARENT PERCEPTIONS OF PATIENT SAFETY CULTURE IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT, Madelene J. Ottosen

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WORK-RELATED MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS: PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN LICENSED NURSES, Cynthia Pipkins

Dissertations from 2014

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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN, Carol Hammonds

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Understanding the "Big Picture": End-of-life Decisions in the PICU, Amy J. Howells

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HOW DO BLACK NULLIPAROUS WOMEN COGNITIVELY CONSTRUCT BIRTH?, Marianne F. Moore

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ASSOCIATION OF CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AND ADIPOSITY WITH INFLAMMATORY BIOMARKERS IN YOUNG ADULTS, Eunduck Park

Dissertations from 2013

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SYMPTOMS IN EARLY AND LONG-TERM BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS WHO HAVE COMPLETED PRIMARY THERAPY, Faith Strunk