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by Miriam E. Cameron


Cameron , M.E. (2002). Karma & Happiness: A Tibetan Odyssey in Ethics, Spirituality, and Healing, Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. New York: Roman & Littlefield.  

Cameron, M. (2003). Una Odisea Tibetan. (Prologo de Su Santidad el Dalai Lama). Barcelona , Spain : Viena Helios (Spanish edition).

 
Cameron , M.E. (1993). Living with AIDS: Experiencing Ethical Problems, foreword by Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD. Newbury Park , CA : Sage Publications. Inc.
 
Cameron, M. (1980). Hello, I'm God and I'm Here to Help You: Answers to Your Personal Problems from the Wisdom and Inspiration of the Bible. New York : Warner Books, Inc.

Selected Articles

Cameron, M.E., Torkelson, C., Haddow, S., Namdul, T., Prasek, A., & Gross, C. (2012, May/June). Tibetan Medicine and Integrative Health: Validity Testing and Refinement of the Constitutional Self-Assessment Tool and Lifestyle Guidelines Tool. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing, 8(3), 158-171.

Cameron, M.E. (2011, April 29). Tibetan Healing Initiative: A Jewish Perspective. American Jewish World, 15, 19.

Cameron, M.E. (2011). Tibetan Healing Initiative: Tibetan Medicine and Yoga in the 21st Century. Mandala, 18-19.

Phuntsok, K., Cameron, M.E., Baisley, T. (2011). Tibetan Immigration in the U.S.: Making Minnesota Home. Mandala, 10-12.

Ngodup, T., & Cameron, M.E. (2008). Tibetan Immigration in North America. Tenshug: Long Life Celebration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Madison, WI: North American Tibetan Association (NATA) and Deer Park Buddhist Center, 19.

Cameron, M.E. (2008). The Essence of Yoga: Ethics, Spirituality, and Healing.” Wellness Works (3), 1, 18-20.

Cameron, M.E. (2006). First presentation: 'Nursing ethics: listening to each other.' In V. Tschudin, Cultural and historical perspectives on nursing and ethics: listening to each other - report of the conference in Taipei, Taiwan, 19 May 2005, organized by ICNE and Nursing Ethics, Nursing Ethics, 13, 304-313.

Cameron, M.E. (2004). Living with AIDS: Ethical Problems Involving Personhood. J Nurs Law, 9 (3), 45-55.

Cameron, M.E. (June, 2004). Traditional Tibetan Medicine Heals Our Bodies, Our Minds. Twin Cities Wellness, p. 14-15 (photos by M.E. Cameron).

Cameron, M.E. (2003). Living with AIDS: Ethical Problems Involving Death. J Nurs Law, 9 (2), 29-42.

Park, H.A., Cameron, M.E., Han, S.S., Ahn, S.H., Oh, H.S., & Kim, K.U.(2003). Korean Nurs Stud Eth Problems, Eth Decis-Making. Nurs Ethics, 10 (6), 639-654.

Cameron, M.E. (2002). Older Persons? Experience of Ethical Problems Involving Their Health." Nurs Ethics, 9 (5), 547-566.

Han, S.S., Park, H.A., Ahn, S.H., Cameron, M.E., Oh, H.S., Kim, K.U. (2001). Korean Nursing Students' Experience of Ethical Problems and Use of Ethical Decision-Making Models. J of Korean Academy of Nursing, 31(5), 846-857.

Cameron, M.E., Schaffer, M., & Park, H.A. (2001).Nurs Stud Experience of Eth Problems and Use of Eth Decision-Making Models. Nurs Ethics, 8(5), 432-47.

Schaffer, M.A., Cameron, M.E., & Tatley, E.B. (2000). The Value, Be, Do Ethical Decision-making Model. J School Nurs, 16(5), 44-49.

Cameron, M.E., & Moch, S.E. (2000). Ethical Relationships Among Nurses. J Nurs Law, 7(1), 13-20.

Cameron, M.E. (2000). Value, Be, Do: Guidelines for Resolving Ethical Conflict. J Nurs Law, 6(4), 15-24.

Cameron, M.E., & Park, H.A. (1999). An Ethical Perspective: Equity Versus Economics in South Korea. J Nurs Law, 6(3), 47-54.

Cameron, M.E. (1999). Traditional Tibetan Health Care. J Nurs Law, 6(2), 33-42.

Cameron, M.E. (1999). Completing Life, Dying Triumphantly. J Nurs Law, 6(1), 27-32.

Cameron, M.E. (1998). Clinical Sidebar, Miriam E. Cameron, "Spirituality, Chronic Illness," D.P. O?Neill, E.K. Kenny, in Image: J Nurs Schol, 30, 275-279.

Cameron, M.E. (1997). Akrasia, AIDS, and Virtue Ethics. J Nurs Law, 4(1), 21-34.

Cameron, M.E. (1996).Virtue Ethics, Nurs, Health Care. J Nurs Law, 3(4), 27-39.

Cameron, M.E. (1995). An Ethical Perspective: The Relationship Between Toleration and Entitlement in Health Care Policy. J Nurs Law, 2(3), 55-65.

Cameron, M.E. (1994). Eth Problems, Death. AIDS Pt. Care, 8 (5), 269-278.

Cameron, M.E. (1994). Eth Problems, Health Care.AIDS Pt. Care, 8 (4), 212-219.

Cameron, M.E., Crisham, P., Lewis, D.E. (1994). Content of Ethical Problems Experienced by Persons Living With AIDS. J Assoc Nurs AIDS Care, 5 (5), 32-42).

Cameron, M.E., Crisham, P., & Lewis, D.E. (1993). Basic Nature Eth Problems Experienced by PWAs. J Prof Nurs, 9, 327-335.

Cameron, M.E., & Schaffer, M. (1992). Tell Me the Right Answer: A Model for Teaching Nursing Ethics. J Nurs Ed, 31, 377-380.

Cameron, M. (1987). Self-Esteem, Sex Role Classification, Definiteness Response in the Tennessee Self-Concept Scale. MAINlines, 8(6), 14.

Cameron, M. (1986). Moral, Ethical Component of Nurse Burnout. Nurs Man, 17(4), 42B 42E.

Books and Monograph


Cameron, M. (2003). Una Odisea Tibetan. (Prologo de Su Santidad el Dalai Lama). Barcelona, Spain: Viena Helios. (Spanish edition of Karma & Happiness).

Cameron, M.E. (2001, 2002). Karma & Happiness: A Tibetan Odyssey in Ethics, Spirituality, & Healing. Foreword, Dalai Lama. Minneapolis: Fairview Press. http://www.csh.umn.edu/csh/about/directory/bio/cameron/home.html

Cameron, M.E. (1994). Tell Me the Right Answer: A Workbook for Learning about Nursing Ethics. Seoul, Korea: College of Nursing, Seoul National University.

Cameron, M.E. (1993). Living with AIDS: Experiencing Ethical Problems. Foreword, E.D.Pellegrino. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. http://www.sagepub.com/book.aspx?pid=2566

Cameron, M. (1980, 1982). Hello, I'm God, I'm Here to Help You. NY: Warner Books.


Book Chapters

Cameron, M.E. (2010). Yoga. In M. Snyder & R. Lindquist (Eds.) Complementary/Alternative Therapies for Nursing (6th Ed.)(p. 123-133). NY: Springer.

Cameron, M.E. (2006). Yoga. In M. Snyder & R. Lindquist (Eds.) Complementary/Alternative Therapies for Nursing (5th Ed.) NY: Springer.

Cameron, M.E. (2002). Yoga. In M. Snyder & R. Lindquist (Eds.) Complementary/Alternative Therapies for Nursing (4th Ed.) (81-88). NY: Springer.

•Moch, S.D., Cameron, M. (1999). Processing Researcher Experience Through Discussion. In S.D. Moch & M.F. Gates (Eds.), Researcher Experience in Qualitative Research (pp. 77-82). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Cameron, M. (1994). Yoga. In M. Snyder, Independent Nursing Interventions (2nd Ed. In Japanese). Tokyo: Medicus Publishing Inc.

Cameron, M. (1992). Yoga. In M. Snyder, Independent Nursing Interventions (2nd Ed., pp. 129-136). New York: Delmar Publishers Inc.


Invited "Legal and Ethical Issues" Columns, Journal of Professional Nursing.


Cameron, M.E., Parker, S.A. (2004). Ethical Foundation of Yoga, 20 (5), 275-276.

Cameron, M.E. (2004). Ethical Listening as Therapy, 20 (3), 141-142.

Kraus, K., & Cameron, M.E. (2004), Communication and Malpractice Lawsuits, 20, (1), 3, 75.

Cameron, M.E. (2003). A Tibetan Perspective on Ethics, Spirituality, and Healing, 19 (5),245-6.

Cameron, M.E. (2003). Our Best Ethical and Spiritual Values, 19 (3), 117-118.

Cameron, M.E. (2003). The Right Way to Live. 19, (1), 6-7.

Cameron, M.E. (1998). Bioethics Legislation, 14, 266.

Cameron, M.E. (1998). Reflections on a Trip to Tibet, 14, 133.

Cameron, M.E. (1998). Decision Making for Persons with Dementia, 14, 6.

Cameron, M.E. (1997). Ethical Distress in Nursing, 13, 280.

Cameron, M.E. (1997). Professional Boundaries in Nursing, 13, 142.

Cameron, M.E. (1997). Resuscitating Clients Against Their Wishes, 13, 6.

Cameron, M. (1991). Justice, Caring and Virtue, 7, 206.


Invited Minnesota Nurses Association ACCENT


Cameron, M. (1998). MN's New Health Care Directive Law. 70 (10), 1, 15.

Scheela, R., & Cameron, M. (1998). MN Nurs Assoc Foundation, 70 (1), 1.

Cameron, M.E. (1996). CPR for Clients with a DNR. 69 (10), 4.

Cameron, M.E. (1996). Nursing Ethics Institute. 68 (1), 6.

Cameron, M.E. (1995). MNA Ethics Committee Member Teaches Nursing Ethics in South Korea. 67(3), 5.

Cameron, M.E. (1993). Living with AIDS and Ethical Problems. 65(9), 2.

 

Images representing Ethical Behavior (Yama), Personal Behavior (Niyma), Posture
(Asana), Breath Enhancement (Pranayama), Sensory Inhibition (Pratyahara), Concentration (Dharana), Meditation (Dhyana), and Unity (Samadhi)

 


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