A developing discipline: selected works of Margaret Newman
Margaret Newman is one of the most influential forces in nursing theory and practice today. Here is the definitive collection of her articles, papers, and lectures. This remarkable resource showcases the progression of her ideas, capturing her revolutionary impact on nursing and health care. The book included now-famous articles on nursing's shift away from subordination to medicine, a vision for a professional doctorate in nursing, the growth of nursing science, health as the expansion of consciousness, and much more.
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PART TWO IDENTIFYING THE PATTERN
PART THREE TRANSFORMING THE MEANING
Health as Expanding Consciousness Applied
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