Linda H. Aiken's Publications

Stimpfel, Amy Witkoski, Jill M. Vanak, and Linda H. Aiken. "Nonphysician health professionals." In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by James D. Wright. 2nd ed. Elsevier, 2015.
Aiken, Linda H., and Matthew D. McHugh. "Is nursing shortage in Israel inevitable?" Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 3 (2014): 10. PMCID: PMC3987689 Abstract
Bruyneel, Luk, Baoyue Li, Linda H. Aiken, Emmanuel Lesaffre, Koen Van den Heede, and Walter Sermeus. "A multi-country perspective on nurses’ tasks below their skill level: Reports from domestically trained nurses and foreign trained nurses from developing countries." In Health Professional Mobility in a Changing Europe: New Dynamics, Mobile Individuals, and Diverse Responses, edited by James Buchan, Matthias Wismar, Irene A. Glinos and Jeni Bremner, 251-266. Observatory Studies Series No. 32. Copenhagen: World Health Organization, 2014.
Cassidy, Amanda, and Linda H. Aiken. "Nurse Practitioners and Primary Care (Updated)." Health Affairs Policy Briefs (2013).
Cimiotti, Jeannie P., Sean P. Clarke, and Linda H. Aiken. "Failure to Rescue." In Nursing Leadership: A Concise Encyclopedia, 2nd ed., edited by Harriet R. Feldman, Rumay G. Alexander, Martha J. Greenberg, Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Angela Barron McBride, Margaret L. McClure and Thomas D. Smith, 157-163. 2nd ed. New York: Springer, 2012.
Cassidy, Amanda, and Linda H. Aiken. "Nurse Practitioners and Primary Care." Health Affairs Policy Briefs (2012).
Cimiotti, Jeannie P., and Linda H. Aiken. "Burnout." In Nursing Care Management: Tools for Safe Practice (Gestao em Enfermagem), edited by Maria Jesus de Harada, Isabel C. Lowal and Lom Cunha, 57-74. Sao Paulo, Brazil: Conselho de Enfermagem de Sao Paulo, 2011.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing education policy priorities." In The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, 483-493. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2011.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing: Saving lives, improving patient care outcomes." In Shaping Health Policy Through Nursing Research, edited by Ada Sue Hinshaw and Patricia A. Grady, 215-229. Springer Publishing Company, 2010.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Forward." In Creative Solutions to Enhance Nursing Quality, edited by Bruce Alan Boxer and Ellen Boxer Goldfarb. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2010.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Forward." In Nursing policy research : turning evidence-based research into health policy, edited by Geri L. Dickson and Linda Flynn, xix-xxii. New York: Springer Pub. Co., 2009.
Aiken, Linda H., and Robyn B. Cheung. Nurse Workforce Challenges in United States: Implications for Policy. Health Working Papers. Paris, France: Directorate for Employment, Labour, and Social Affairs, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2008.
Clarke, Sean P., and Linda H. Aiken. "Failure to Rescue." In Nursing Leadership: A Concise Encyclopedia, edited by Harriet R. Feldman, Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Margaret L. McClure, Martha J. Greenberg and Thomas D. Smith, 224-225. New York: Springer, 2008.
Aiken, Linda H., and Richard A. Cooper. "Training, Education, and Manpower." In Patient Safety Implications for Research: A Global Perspective, 57-60. WHO World Alliance for Patient Safety. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2008.
Cimiotti, Jeannie P., Linda H. Aiken, and Lusine Poghosyan. "Burnout Syndrome in Registered Nurses." In Handbook of Stress and Burnout in Health Care, edited by Jonathan Halbesleben, 51-63. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2008.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Economics of Nursing." Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice 9 (2008): 73-79. PMCID: PMC2577000 Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nurse Staffing Impact on Organizational Outcomes." In Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care, edited by Diana Mason, Judy Leavitt and Mary Chaffee, 550-559. 5th ed. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, 2007.
Aiken, Linda H., Robyn B. Cheung, and Danielle M. Olds. Opportunities for Nursing in China and Thailand. China Medical Board Occasional Paper., 2007.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Workforce Solutions to Health Reform." Health Affairs Blog (2007).
Aiken, Linda H.. "Effects of Workplace Environments for Hospital Nurses on Patient Outcome." In Nursing Research: Methods and Critical Appraisal for Evidence-Based Practice, edited by Geri Lobiondo-Wood and Judith Haber. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 2006.
Cheung, Robyn B., and Linda H. Aiken. "Hospital Initiatives to Support a Better-educated Workforce." Journal of Nursing Administration 36 (2006): 357-362. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nurses: 7 Myths About The Nursing Shortage." Health Affairs Blog (2006).
Clarke, Sean P., and Linda H. Aiken. "More Nursing, Fewer Deaths." Quality and Safety in Health Care 15 (2006): 2-3. PMCID: PMC2563991
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nurses' Expanding Roles." In Leading Change in the Health Care System. Hartford, CT: Aetna, 2005.
Aiken, Linda H.. "A Professional Dialogue on Nurse Staffing Ratios." Voice of Nursing Leadership (2005): 4-5.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Improving Quality Through Nursing." In Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care, edited by David Mechanic, Lynn B. Rogut, David C. Colby and James R. Knickman, 177-188. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2005.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Extending the Magnet Concept to Developing and Transition Countries." Reflections on Nursing Leadership 31 (2005): 16-18.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Optimizing the Contributions of Nurses to Health Care Quality." Japanese Journal of Nursing Science 30 (2005): 56-59.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Academic Practice: A Rich Laboratory for Nursing Research." In Academic Nursing Practice: Helping to Shape the Future of Health Care, edited by Lois K. Evans and Norma M. Lang, 200-202. New York: Springer, 2004.
Aiken, Linda H., Herbert L. Smith, and Eileen T. Lake. "Lower Medicare Mortality among a Set of Hospitals Known for Good Nursing Care." In Studying the Organization and Delivery of Health Services: Research Methods, edited by N. Fulop, P. Allen, A. Clarke and N. Black. London: Routledge, 2004.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nurses' Expanding Roles." In Aetna Annual Report: The Responsibility of Leaders., 2003.
Clarke, Sean P., and Linda H. Aiken. "Failure to Rescue." American Journal of Nursing 103 (2003): 42-47.
Cooper, Richard A., and Linda H. Aiken. "Human Inputs: The Health Care Workforce and Medical Markets." In Uncertain Times: Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care, edited by Peter J. Hammer, Deborah Haas-Wilson, Mark A. Peterson and William M. Sage. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Workforce Policy Perspectives on Advanced Practice Nursing." In Nurses, Nurse Practitioners: Evolution of Advanced Practice, edited by Mathy D. Mezey, Diane O. McGivern and Eileen M. Sullivan-Marx. 4th ed. New York, NY: Springer, 2003.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Achieving an Interdisciplinary Workforce in Health Care." New England Journal of Medicine 348 (2003): 164-166.
Aiken, Linda H., Herbert L. Smith, and Eileen T. Lake. "Lower Medicare Mortality among a Set of Hospitals Known for Good Nursing Care." In Exemplary Research for Nursing and Midwifery, edited by Anne Marie Rafferty and M. Traynor, 330-349. London: Routledge, 2002.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Superior Outcomes for Magnet Hospitals: The Evidence Base." In Magnet Hospitals Revisited: Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses, edited by Margaret L. McClure and Ada Sue Hinshaw, 61-81. Washington, D.C.: American Nurses Publishing, 2002.
Aiken, Linda H., Neil J. Smelser, and Paul B. Bates. "Allied Health Professions." In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited, 2002.
Aiken, Linda H., and Douglas M. Sloane. "Hospital Organization and Culture: Impact on Outcomes." In Hospitals in a Changing Europe, edited by Martin McKee and J. Healy, 265-278. London: European Observatory on Health Care Systems, Open University Press, 2002.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Discussion: Nursing Staff Reductions in Pennsylvania Hospitals." Medical Care Research and Review 59 (2002): 215-222. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H., Sean P. Clarke, and Douglas M. Sloane. "Hospital Restructuring: Does It Adversely Affect Care and Outcomes?" Journal of Health and Human Services Administration 23 (2001): 416-440. Abstract
Sovie, M., A. F. Jawad, P. L. Wallace, L. Stratton, A. Gift, and Linda H. Aiken. "Hospital Restructuring's Impact on Outcomes." Journal of Japanese Society of Nursing Research 24 (2001): 35-55.
Aiken, Linda H.. "More Nurses, Better Patient Outcomes: Why Isn't It Obvious?" Effective Clinical Practice 4 (2001): 223-225.
Cooper, Richard A., and Linda H. Aiken. "Human Inputs: The Health Care Workforce and Medical Markets." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 26 (2001): 925-938. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. "Evidence-Based Management: Key to Hospital Workforce Stability." Journal of Health Administration and Education 19 (2001): 117-124.
Aiken, Linda H., and Douglas M. Sloane. "Racial Differences in Access to Health Care: AIDS Care as a Case Illustration." In Problem of the Century: Racial Stratification in the U.S. at the Millennium, edited by Elijah Anderson and Douglas S. Massey, 247-267. New York: Russell Sage, 2001.
Aiken, Linda H., Douglas M. Sloane, and Julie A. Sochalski. "Hospital Organization and Outcomes." In Health Policy: Crisis and Reform in the U.S. Health Care Delivery System, edited by Charlene Harrington and Carole Estes. 3rd ed. Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 2001.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Forward." In Essays on Nursing Leadership, edited by Claire M. Fagin. New York: Springer, 2000.
Aiken, Linda H.. "How the Organization and Staffing of Hospitals Affect Patient Outcomes." International Medical Forum 103 (1998): 79-85.
Aiken, Linda H., Douglas M. Sloane, and Julie A. Sochalski. "Hospital Organization and Outcomes." Quality and Safety in Health Care 7 (1998): 222-226. PMCID: PMC2483611
Aiken, Linda H., and Douglas M. Sloane. "Advances in Hospital Outcomes Research." Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 3 (1998): 249-250.
Aiken, Linda H., and Marla E. Salmon. "Health Care Workforce Priorities: What Nursing Should Do Now." In Health Policy and Nursing, edited by Charlene Harrington and Carole Estes. Jones and Bartlett, 1997.
Aiken, Linda H., Marni E. Gwyther, and Christopher R. Friese. "The Registered Nurse Workforce: Infrastructure for Health Care Reform." In The Nation's Health, edited by P. R. Lee and Carole Estes. 5th ed. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett, 1997.
Sage, William M., and Linda H. Aiken. "Regulating Interdisciplinary Practice." In Regulation of the Health Professions, edited by Tim Jost, 71-101. Health Administration Press, 1997.
Aiken, Linda H., and Margery Mullin. "AIDS Prevention Research in Chile and Implications for the United States." Research in the Sociology of Health Care 13 (1996): 319-336. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. "Transformation of the Nursing Workforce." Nursing Outlook 43 (1995): 201-209.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Health Work Force Policy." In For the Public Good, 70-83. Institute of Medicine: National Academy of Sciences Press, 1995.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Quality of AIDS Care in a Changing Health Care System." Journal of General Internal Medicine 10 (1995): 294-295.
Aiken, Linda H., and Marni E. Gwyther. "The Case for Policy Change." Journal of the American Medical Association 273 (1995): 1528-1532. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Nursing Shortage: A Paradox of Increasing Supply and Increasing Vacancy Rates." In Health Policy and Nursing, edited by Charlene Harrington and Estes Carole. Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 1994.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Physician Payment Reform." In Economics of Health Care in the 1990s. New York: Cornell Medical College, 1993.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Charting the Future of Hospital Nursing." In The Nation's Health, edited by P. R. Lee and Carole Estes. 4th ed. Boston: Jones and Barlett, 1993.
Aiken, Linda H., Jack M. Colwill, Ruth S. Hanft, David Satcher, Steven A. Schroeder, and Richard A. Veloz. "Policy Options to Address Medical Workforce Issues." In Clinton Adminstration's Transition Team Options for Health Care Reform., 1993.
Aiken, Linda H., and Claire M. Fagin. "More Nurses, Better Medicine." Congressional Record 139 (1993).
Aiken, Linda H.. "Community Mental Health Systems." In Proceedings of the Indo-US Symposium on Community Mental Health, edited by R. S. Murthy and B. J. Burns, 218-222. NIMHANS/ADAMHA, 1992.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Review: Donorism." Science 256 (1992): 117-118.
Aiken, Linda H., and Jennifer L. Klocinski. International Nursing Workforce: Supply, Demand and Migration. Philadelphia, PA: Center for Health Services and Policy Research, School of Nursing, 1992.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Supply and Demand for Nurses: International Comparisions." Japanese Journal of Nursing Administration 2 (1992): 101-110.
Aiken, Linda H., and Connie F. Mullinix. "The nurse shortage. Myth or reality?" In The Nation's Health, edited by P. R. Lee and Carole Estes. 3rd ed. Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 1990.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Educational Innovations In Gerontology: Teaching Nursing Homes and Gerontological Nurse Practitioners." In The Beverly Lecture on Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. Vol. 5. Washington, D.C., 1990.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Chronically Mentally Ill Elderly: Financing and Policy Issues." In Mental Health Policy for Older Americans: Protecting Minds at Risk, edited by Barry S. Fogel, Gary Gottlieb and Antonio Furino. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1990.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Review of AIDS and the Allied Health Professions by Joyce Hopp and Elizabeth Rogers." New England Journal of Medicine 322 (1990): 1677-1678.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Charting the Future of Hospital Nursing." Journal of Nursing Scholarship 22 (1990): 72-78. Abstract
Fox, Renee C., Linda H. Aiken, and Carla M. Messikomer. "The culture of caring: AIDS and the nursing profession." In A Disease of Society: Cultural Responses to AIDS, edited by D. Nelkin, D. Willis and S. Parris. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing Shortages in the Developed World." In Nursing Leadership: Global Strategies, edited by Claire M. Fagin. New York: National League for Nursing, 1990.
Aiken, Linda H., and Connie F. Mullinix. "The nurse shortage. Myth or reality?" In Readings in Nursing Trends and Issues, edited by Carol A. Lindeman and Marylou McAthie. Springhouse, PA: Springhouse Corporation, 1990.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Increasing the Supply of Health Personnel: What has been Gained?" Frontiers of Health Services Management 7 (1990): 23-27.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Teaching Nursing Homes: An Agenda for 2000." In Nursing Homes and Academia: Accomplishments and Implications, edited by Mathy D. Mezey, Joan E. Lynaugh and M. Cartier. New York: Springer, 1989.
Aiken, Linda H.. "AIDS: The Health Policy Context." Family and Community Health 12 (1989): 1-13. Abstract
Mechanic, David, and Linda H. Aiken. Paying for Services: Promises and Pitfalls of Capitation In New Directions in Mental Health Services Monograph Series. Jossey-Bass, Inc., 1989.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Access to Health Care and Use of Medical Care Services." In Handbook of Medical Sociology, edited by Howard E. Freeman and Sol Levine. 4th ed. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1989.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing: A Status Report." In Medical and Health Annual. Encyclopedia Britannica, 1989.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Keeping Medicare Financially Viable." In Caring for the elderly: Reshaping health policy, edited by Carl Eisdorfer, David A. Kessler and Abby N. Spector, 88-105. Johns Hopkins Series in Contemporary Medicine and Public Health. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989.
Mechanic, David, and Linda H. Aiken. "Capitation in mental health: potentials and cautions." New Directions in Mental Health Services Monograph Series (1989): 5-18.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Teaching Nursing Homes: Implications for Improving Care, Education, and Research." In Teaching Nursing Homes: The Nursing Perspective, edited by Norma R. Small and Mary B. Walsh. Owings Mills, MD: Rynd Communications, 1988.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Improving Care for the Chronically Mentally III: A Nine-City Demonstration in the United States." In New Directions in Mental Health Evaluation, edited by Isaac Marks, Joseph Connolly and Matthijs Muijen. London: Institute of Psychiatry and Bethlehem-Maudsley Hospital, 1988.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Autobiographical Sketch." In Making Choices, Taking Chances, edited by Thelma M. Schorr and Anne Zimmerman. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1988.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Review of Am I My Parents' Keeper? by Norman Daniels." New England Journal of Medicine 319 (1988): 453.
Aiken, Linda H., and Jack Hadley. "Factors affecting the hospital employment of registered nurses." In The Secretary's Commission on Nursing Final Report. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1988.
Aiken, Linda H.. Assuring the Delivery of Quality Patient Care In Nursing Resources and the Delivery of Patient Care, Proceedings, State-of-the-Science Invitational Conference. Vol. NIH Publicatons No: 83-3008. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, 1988.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Put Nurses on Hospital Boards." Health Manage Quarterly 10 (1988): 6-8.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Extended Care: The Hospital's Perspective." In Medicare and Extended Care: Issues, Problems, and Prospects, edited by Bruce C. Vladeck and Genrose J. Alfano. Owings Mills, MD: Rynd Communications, 1987.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Aging of America: Implications for State Policy." In Building Affordable Long-Term Care Alternatives: Integrating State Policy. National Governors' Association, 1987.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Breaking the Shortage Cycles." American Journal of Nursing 87 (1987): 1616-1620.
Mechanic, David, and Linda H. Aiken. "Improving the Care of Patients with Chronic Mental Illness." New England Journal of Medicine 317 (1987): 1634-1638. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H.. "Unmet needs of the Chronically Mentally Ill: Will nursing respond?" IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship 19 (1987): 121-125. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H., and Connie F. Mullinix. "The Nurse Shortage. Myth or Reality?" New England Journal of Medicine 317 (1987): 641-646.
Mechanic, David, and Linda H. Aiken. "Sounding Board. A cooperative agenda for medicine and nursing." In From Advocacy to Allocation, edited by David Mechanic. New York: Free Press, 1986.
Furstenberg, Frank F., and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Teenage Childbearing: Causes, Consequences and Remedies." In Applications of Social Science to Clinical Medicine and Health Policy, edited by Linda H. Aiken and David Mechanic, 307-334. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1986.
Aiken, Linda H.. Toward a National Strategy for Long-Term Care of the Elderly. Washington, D.C.: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, 1986.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Review of Physicians and Social Change by John Colombotos and Corinne Kirchner." New England Journal of Medicine 315 (1986): 838.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Evaluation research and public policy: lessons from the National Hospice Study." In Evaluation Studies Review Annual, edited by Linda H. Aiken and Barbara H. Kehrer. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1985.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing Education: The Public Policy Debate." In Current Issues in Nursing, edited by J. McCloskey and H. Grace. 2nd ed. Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1985.
Mezey, Mathy D., Joan E. Lynaugh, and Linda H. Aiken. "The Robert Wood Johnson Teaching Nursing Home Program." In The Teaching Nursing Home: A New Approach to Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Care, edited by E. Schneider. New York: Raven Press, 1985.
Aiken, Linda H., and Barbara H. Kehrer. Evaluation Studies Review Annual. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1985.
Aiken, Linda H., and Karl D. Bays. "The Medicare Debate: Round One." Delaware Medical Journal 57 (1985): 243-253.
Aiken, Linda H., and Martita M. Marx. "Hospices: Perspectives on the public policy debate." In Hospice Programs and Public Policy, edited by P. R. Torrens. Chicago: American Hospital Publishing, Inc., 1984.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Nurse Labor Market." Journal of Nursing Administration 14 (1984): 18-23. Abstract
Lynaugh, Joan E., Mathy D. Mezey, Linda H. Aiken, and Charles R. Buck. "The Teaching Nursing Home: Bringing Together the Best." American Health Care Association Journal 10 (1984): 24-28.
Aiken, Linda H., and Karl D. Bays. "The Medicare Debate: Round One." New England Journal of Medicine 311 (1984): 1196-1200.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nurses." In Handbook of Health, Health Care and the Health Professions, edited by David Mechanic. New York: Free Press, 1983.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing priorities for the 1980's: hospitals and nursing homes." In The Nation's Health, edited by P. R. Lee. 2nd ed. San Francisco: Boyd and Fraser Publishing Co., 1983.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing priorities for the 1980's: hospitals and nursing homes." In Health Services Management: Readings and Commentary, edited by A. R. Kovner and D. Neuhauser. 2nd ed. Ann Arbor, MI: Health Administration Press, 1983.
Aiken, Linda H., Robert J. Blendon, and David E. Rogers. "The shortage of hospital nurses: a new perspective." In Nursing Issues and Nursing Strategies for the Eighties, edited by B. Bullough, V. Bullough and M. C. Soukup. New York: Springer, 1983.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing's Future: Public Policies, Private Actions." American Journal of Nursing 83 (1983): 1440-1444.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Nursing and Public Policy." IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship 15 (1983).
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Impact of Federal Health Policy on Nurses." In Nursing in the 1980s: Crisis, Opportunities, Challenges, edited by Linda H. Aiken. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1982.
Aiken, Linda H., Robert J. Blendon, and David E. Rogers. "Shortage of Hospital Nurses: A Response." Annals of Internal Medicine 96 (1982): 248-249.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Nurse Labor Market." Health Affairs 1 (1982): 30-40. Abstract
Mechanic, David, and Linda H. Aiken. "A Cooperative Agenda for Medicine and Nursing." New England Journal of Medicine 307 (1982): 747-750.
Aiken, Linda H., and Robert J. Blendon. "The national nurse shortage." In The Future of Health Care: Current Policies and Long Term Consequences. Washington, D.C.: National Journal Issues Book, 1981.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Practice Setting: An Overview of Health Policy Issues." In Health Policy and Nursing Practice, edited by Linda H. Aiken. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1981.
Rogers, David E., Linda H. Aiken, and Robert J. Blendon. Personal Medical Care: Its Adaptation to the 1980's In Institute of Medicine Occasional Paper. Washington, D. C.: National Academy of Sciences, 1981.
Aiken, Linda H.. Health Policy and Nursing Practice. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1981.
Keenan, Terrance, Linda H. Aiken, and Leighton E. Cluff. Nurses and Doctors: Their Education and Practice. Cambridge, Mass: Oelgeschlager, Gunn and Hain, Inc., 1981.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Hospital Changes Urged to End Nurse Shortage." American Nurse 13 (1981): 4.
Aiken, Linda H., and Robert J. Blendon. "The National Nurse Shortage." National Journal 13 (1981): 948-953.
Aiken, Linda H., and Howard E. Freeman. "A Sociological Perspective on Science and Technology in Medicine." In A Guide to the Culture of Science, Technology, and Medicine, edited by Paul T. Durbin, 527-580. New York: Free Press, 1980.
Rogers, David E., and Linda H. Aiken. "Forward." In Health Care in U.S.: Equitable for Whom?, edited by LuAnn Aday, Ronald Andersen and Gretchen Fleming. Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications, 1980.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Review of Essays in Medical Sociology: Journeys into the Field by Renee C. Fox." New England Journal of Medicine 303 (1980): 468-469.
Rogers, David E., and Linda H. Aiken. "General Medical Care in America: A Generalist-specialist Mix." American Journal of Medicine 68 (1980): 160-162.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Physicians: How Many do We Need?" Annals of Internal Medicine 93 (1980): 135-136.
Aiken, Linda H.. "The Implications of Finance Mechanisms on the Development and Viability of Alternative Models of Health Care Delivery." In Nursing's Influence on Health Policy for the 1980's. Kansas City, Missouri: American Academy of Nursing, 1979.
Rogers, David E., and Linda H. Aiken. "Yes, but what do internists really do?" Annals of Internal Medicine 90 (1979): 976-978.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Primary Care: The Challenge for Nursing." In Views Through Mist: The Nursing Profession, edited by Norma Chaska. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Primary Care: The Challenge for Nursing." American Journal of Nursing 77 (1977): 1828-1832.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Chronic Illness and Responsive Ambulatory Care." In The Growth of Bureaucratic Medicine: An Inquiry into the Dynamics of Patient Behavior and the Organization of Medical Care, edited by David Mechanic. New York: Wiley, 1976.
Bean, Frank D., and Linda H. Aiken. "Intermarriage and Unwanted Fertility in the United States." Journal of Marriage and Family 38 (1976): 61-72. Abstract
Aiken, Linda H., and James L. Aiken. "A Systematic Approach to the Evaluation of Interpersonal Relationships." In The Nursing Process in Practice. New York: American Journal of Nursing Co., 1974.
Aiken, Linda H.. "Role of the Clinical Specialist." Missouri Nurse 39 (1970).
Aiken, Linda H.. "Patient Problems are Problems in Learning." American Journal of Nursing 70 (1970): 1916-1918. Abstract