Rogers

(redirected from Ginger Rogers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Ginger Rogers: Fred Astaire

Rogers

 [roj´erz]
Martha E. (died 1994). A leader in community health nursing, visiting lecturer, research associate, nursing educator, author, and developer of the science of unitary human beings, a conceptual model of nursing. She was a pioneer in the development of a body of knowledge that is specific and unique to nursing. This recognition of the need for an organized body of nursing knowledge was evident in her early writing on nursing education. Her goal was “to evolve a conceptual system that would give identity to nursing as a knowledgeable endeavor.”

Rog·ers

(roj'ĕrz), Avoid the incorrect forms Roger and Roger's.
Oscar H., U.S. physician, 1857-1941. See: Rogers sphygmomanometer.

Rogers, Martha E.

Etymology: 1914-1994
a nurse theorist who developed the Science of Unitary Human Beings, a nursing theory introduced in 1970. The Rogers theory has strong ties to the general systems theory, with elements of a developmental model. It considers four "building blocks": Energy Fields, Universe of Open Systems, Pattern and Organization, and Four Dimensionality. Energy Fields refers to conceptualization of humans and their environment as matter or energy evidenced by wave patterns. Open Systems refers to views of persons as open systems who interact continuously with the environment. Pattern and Organization describes the way Energy Fields emerge, characterized by wave patterns. Four Dimensionality has been interpreted as a form of clairvoyance in which there is a "transcendence of time-space interaction," or an ability to transcend time to see into the future.
References in periodicals archive ?
Becoming Ginger Rogers is, in part, a memoir of a Japanese-American woman born and raised in Hawaii who fulfilled her dream of "making it" in the PR agency world of New York; it's also a voyeuristic glimpse into the world of competitive "pro-am" ballroom dancing - similar to "Dancing With The Stars" where a professional dancer partners with an amateur dancer; and, finally, it's a business book about the lessons learned from ballroom dancing that made Ms.
I love Ginger Rogers, and plenty of people in this city feel the same way.
Interestingly, Hermes Pan, having first worked with Ginger Rogers (he was a chorus boy) on Broadway in 1929 in Top Speed, was partly responsible for the dance sequences in the movie.
MIDLAND MAGIC: clockwise, from top left, the swish Pebble Mill Studios, Natalie Wood, main picture and with husband Robert Wagner, Paul Barber in Gangsters, Basil Brush, the great Ginger Rogers, Anna Carteret as Juliet Bravo and the All Creatures Great and Small stars Robert Hardy, Christopher Timothy and Peter Davidson
THE life of a musical star ought to be incredibly glamorous, just as it was in those Hollywood movies with Ginger Rogers.
He's got nothing against Ginger Rogers, but sometimes SF's Marcovaldo Dionysus just wants to encourage customers to try something else.
JOE POSNANSKI, of the Kansas City Star, after the Kansas City Chiefs incurred 13 holding penalties against San Diego: "Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers never clutched each other that frequently.
GINGER ROGERS shaped well after a 21-month absence at Salisbury 19 days ago and should take plenty of beating in the Jennifer's Diary Handicap (7.
When Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers switch from singing about their love for each other to dancing about it, no one finds it puzzling.
Mencken, Leonard Read, Ginger Rogers, Mickey Spillane, Robert Stack, and Barbara Stanwyck.
GINGER, My Story, by Ginger Rogers (Harper Collins, 464 p.
Fellini) and frequent Fellini leading man Marcello Mastroianni, the film tells the story of two retired performers, Amelia and Pippo, who once wowed crowds with their dance recreations of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers and are now reuniting for a nationwide TV special.