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Mink J, Miller J. Stroke Part 2: Respond Aggressively to Hemorrhagic Stroke, Nursing 2011, March, Vol. 41, (3) pp. 36 – 43.

Mink J, Miller J.. Opening the window of opportunity for treating acute ischemic stroke. Part 1. Nursing 2011, January, Vol. 41, (1) pp. 24 -32.

Miller J, Stark B. Deciphering clues in the CBC count. Nursing 2010. June 2010:40(7); 52- 55.

Miller J, Mink J. Acute ischemic stroke: not a moment to lose. Nursing 2010 Critical Care. January 2010:5(1);40-46.

Miller J. (2010) Cardiopulmonary bypass and off-pump coronary artery bypass in S. Hardin & R Kaplow (Eds.) Cardiac surgery essentials for critical care nursing. (pp115 – 126) Boston: Jones & Bartlett.

Miller J, Mink J. Acute ischemic stroke: not a moment to lose. Nursing 2009. May 2009; 39(5):36-43.

Miller J. Keeping your patient hemodynamically stable. Nursing 2007. May. 2007;37(3): 37- 42.

Miller J. Potassium in the balance: understanding hyperkalemia and hypokalemia. LPN 2006. Sept/Oct. 2006;2(5): 42-49.

Miller J. To clot or not to clot. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. Nov/Dec 2005;3(6):4-9.

Miller J, Elmore S. Call a stroke code. Nursing 2005. March 2005; 35(3): 58-64.

Fox V, Miller J, McClung M. Nutritional support in the critically injured. Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America . 2004:16(4); 553-558.

Miller J Byrum D AACN Election Offers Chance to Influence Change. March 2004 AACN News.

Miller J. Animal Assisted Therapy: the Bond that Heals Connect Journal: Vol. 3 No. 1 2004. pp 12 - 14.

Miller J, Connor K, Deal B, et al. How animal assisted therapy affects discharge teaching: a pilot study. Critical Care Choices 2003. Supplement to Nursing 2003 and Nursing Management.

Stanley-Hermanns M, Miller J. Animal-assisted therapy: Domestic animals aren’t merely pets. To some, they can be healers. AJN. 2002:102(10); 69-76.

Miller J. Connor K. Going to the Dogs ... For Help: Why pet therapy is more than puppy love. Nursing 2000. 2000:30(11) November 2000, 65-67.

Miller J. Ingram L Perioperative nursing and animal assisted therapy. AORN Journal. 2000;72(3) September 2000, 477-483.

Connor K. Miller J. “Help from our (Animal) Friends: Give critical care patients the benefits of animal-assisted therapy. Nursing Management, 31(6) July 2000 42- 46.

Connor K. Miller J. Animal Assisted Therapy: An In Depth Look. Dimensions in Critical Care, 19(3) May/June 2000 20-26.

Fox V, Miller J, Nix M, “Temporary Abdominal Closure Using an IV Bag Silo for Severe Trauma,” AORN Journal, 69(March 1999) 530-541.

Miller J, Splotch: a healing spirit. In: Derrico K, Unforgettable Mutts: Pure of Heart Not of Breed. Troutdale, OR: New Sage Press; 1999:117-119.

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Newsletter May-June 1995 Therapists Come in All Breeds p.5 (Interview)

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