Care, the Essence of Nursing and Health
SLACK, 1984 - Nurse and patient - 266 pages
Madeleine Leininger: Care: The Essence of Nursing and Health. Delores Gaut: A Philosopic Orientation to Caring Research. Delores Gaut: A Theoretic Description of Caring as Action. Madeleine Leininger: Caring: A Central Focus of Nursing and Health Care Service. Winnifred Gustafson: Motivational and Historical Aspects of Care and Nursing. Agnes M. Aamondt: Themes and Issues in Conceptualizing Care. Madeleine Leininger: Caring is Nursing: Understanding the Meaning, Importance, and Issues. Marilyn A. Ray: The Development of a Classification System of Institutional Caring. Mary Sue Mennen Moore: Self-care and Caretaking of the Adolescent Asthmatic Girl. Joyceen S. Boyle: Indigenous Caring Practices in a Guatemalan Colonia. Madeleine Leininger: Southern Rural Black and White American Lifeways with Focus on Care and Health Phenomena. Cynthia J. Weiss: Gender-Related Perceptions of Caring in the Nurse-Patient Relationship. Anna Baziak Dugan: Compadrazgo: A Caring Phenomenon Among Urban Latinos and Its Relationship to Health. Janet F. Wang: Caretaker-Child Interaction Observed in Two Appalachian Clinics. Agnes M. Aamondt: The Child's View of Chemically Induced Alopecia. Malcolm R. MacDonald: Caring: The Central Construct for an Associate Degree Nursing Curriculum. Peggy-Anne Field: Client Care-Seeking Behaviors and Nursing Care.
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A Philosophic Orientation to Caring Research
A Theoretic Description of Caring as Action
A Central Focus of Nursing and Health Care Services
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