Doreen Hatton, MSN

Adjunct Professor

UBC School of Nursing
T201 2211 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6T 2B5

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Research
Publications

Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed

Yasui, D. & Hatton, D. (in press). Food and diabetes, diabetes and food. Biomedical Communications. University of British Columbia Press, Accepted for publication May/01.

Hatton, D. (in press). Longitudinal study of parents’ perceptions of adapting to caring for a child with diabetes from infancy through early grade school. Canadian Journal of Diabetes Care, Accepted for publication Jul/01.

Hatton, D. (1998). The challenge of child management. Diabetes Dialogue, 45(1), 14-16.

Hatton, D. (1998). Diabetes and You: A manual for children, parents and caregivers, 3rd Ed. Revised. Biomedical Communications. University of British Columbia Press.

Hatton, D. (1997). Unpredictability is predictable in young children with diabetes. Diabetes News, 1(3), 1.

Hatton, D. (1997). The incidence of diabetes in young children is growing at an alarming rate. Diabetes Living, Autumn, 3.

Hatton, D. L. (1996). Taryn’s story: The power of collaborative nursing and family interventions in relieving fear and anxiety for children who are intubated. The Canadian Nurse/ La Infirmiere Canadienne, 91(9), 51-52.

Connaughty, S., Hatton, D.L. & Stutzer, C. (1996). The role of the clinical nurse specialist in the rapidly changing health care system. Canadian Nurse/La Infirmiere Canadienne.

Hatton, D., Canam, C., Thorne, S. & Hughes, A.M. (1995). Parents’ perceptions of caring for an infant or toddler with diabetes. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22, 569-577.

Hatton, D. L. (1997). Receiving the diagnosis of juvenile diabetes is difficult. Your Health, Vancouver Courier, November 16.

Hatton, D.L. (1996). Timothy’s story: Managing an infant with IDDM case study. Canadian Journal of Diabetes Care, 20(3), 28-33.

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