Assoc. Professor, Adult Nursing
PhD, University of Colorado Denver, Colorado
MSN, University of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut
BSN, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
- Nursing as art
- Caring theory
- Phenomenology and narrative Inquiry
- Creative pedagogy
Sethares, K. & Gramling, K. (2009). A Retrospective Analysis of “Being with” Angela using Halldorsdottir’s Model.
International Journal of Human Caring.
Gramling, K. (2008). Nursing Art: Patient, researcher and Student Views. Journal of Holistic Nursing.
Gramling, K. (2008). Frances’s story of nursing art; The most wonderful person in the world. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 26(1), 65-66.
Dluhy, N. , Christopher, K., Gramling, K., Leffers, J., Russell , G., & Sethares, K. (2007). Embedded, engaged, and evolving:
A consortium of nurse scholars and clinicians. Nursing Outlook, 55(2), 79-84.
Gramling, K. (2005). Sarah’s Story of Nursing Art. Journal of Holistic Nursing.
Gramling, K. (2004) A Narrative study of nursing art in critical care. Journal of Holistic Nursing. 22(4), 379-398.
Gramling. K. (2004). Ice chips and hope: The coach’s story of nursing art. International Journal of Human Caring, 8(2), 62-64.
Gramling, K. (2002). When is Nursing Art? In C. Wendler (Ed). The HeArt of Nursing: Expressions of Creative Art in Nursing.
Sigma Theta Tau International Press, 3-16.
Gramling, K. and Smith, M. (2001).What you need to know: Artful pedagogy in Health Assessment.
International Journal of Human Caring. Fall, 7-11.