Art and Aesthetics in Nursing

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Peggy L. Chinn, Jean Watson
National League for Nursing Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Medical - 363 pages
This book presents a new potential for health care in scholarship, edu cation, and practice. Does the aesthetic environment affect the qualit y of care? Can art be a significant force in healing? Celebrated contr ibutors demonstrate the deep connections between aesthetic awareness a nd caring-based practice. Music, narrative, painting, and more are fea tured as viable therapeutic modalities essential for reclaiming nursin g as a human art and science.

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Contents

ARTAS ASKING AND KNOWING
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in Nursing
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Art of Nursing Narratives
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