Alexander L, Beck K. The smoking behavior of military nurses: the relationship to job stress, job satisfaction and social support. J Adv Nurs 1990; 15(7):834–9.

Three hundred and seven nurses at a large military medical center completed an anonymous questionnaire that measured their smoking status, job stress, job satisfaction, social support, and a variety of demographic factors. Results are presented and discussed.

Andersen CA. Preparing patients for aeromedical transport. J Emerg Nurs 1987; 13(4):229–31.

No abstract available.

Anna DJ. Assisting the military impaired health-care provider: an advocacy program developed by the Army Medical Department. Issues Ment Health Nurs 1988; 9(2):201–10.

No abstract available.

Bakas LM, Guzinski MG. The European Intra-Inter Theater Aeromedical Evacuation System: our mission—our attempt. Aviat Space Environ Med 1980; 51(3):290–2.

This report discusses the logistics of aeromedical evacuation. The order of magnitude of the problem and detailed analyses are presented. The study also presents examples of patient transfer from point of injury in areas remote from hospitalization through successive installations to the hospital for extended treatment and convalescence.

Baker RR, Menard SW, Johns LA. The military nurse experience in Vietnam: stress and impact. J Clin Psychol 1989; 45(5):736–44.

Demographic, health, and psychosocial data from two studies are presented on military nurses assigned to Vietnam. Army nurses were the subject of the first study. In the second study, Army nurses were compared with Air Force and Navy nurses. Stress experiences, career dissatisfaction data, and health problems of military nurses and their children are reported.

Balacki MF. Battle fatigue intervention: a vital role for nursing. Mil Med 1992; 157(4):192–5.

This paper examines the many aspects of battle fatigue from contributing factors to management principles, prevention, and assistance.

Beeman TA.The management education and training needs of Army head nurses. Ph.D. diss. The American University 1989; 206 p.

The purpose of this study was to identify the management education and training needs of Army head nurses and to determine if there were differences



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