Work Life Experiences of Nurses with Disabilities
Active ongoing research is being done by Leslie Neal-Boylan to learn more about the work life experiences of nurses with disabilities. This is a listing of some of her recent work:
- Neal-Boylan, L., Hopkins, A., Skeete, R., Hartmann, S. B., Iezzoni, L. I., & Nunez-Smith, M. (2012). The career trajectories of health care professionals practicing with permanent disabilities. Academic Medicine, 87(2), 172-178.
- Neal-Boylan, L. J. (2012). An exploration and comparison of the worklife experiences of registered nurses and physicians with permanent physical and/or sensory disabilities. Rehabilitation Nursing, 37(1), 3-10.
- Neal-Boylan, L. (2012). Nurses with disabilities: Professional issues and retention. New York: Springer.
- Neal-Boylan, L. J., & Guillett, S. E. (2008). Nurses with disabilities: Can changing our educational system keep them in nursing? Nurse Educator, 33(4), 1-4.
- Neal-Boylan, L., & Guillett, S. E. (2008). Registered nurses with physical disabilities. Journal of Nursing Administration, 38(1), 1-3.
- Neal-Boylan, Guillett, S., (2008). Work experiences of RNs with physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Nursing, 33(2), 67-72.
- Guillett, S. E., Neal-Boylan, L. J., & Lathrop, R. (2007). Ready, willing, and disabled. American Nurse Today, 2(8), 30-32.