Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process, and Practice, Volume 1
Prentice Hall Health, 2000 - Medical - 1479 pages
This book has been designed so that it can be used with a variety of nursing theories and conceptual frameworks. It addresses the concepts of contemporary professional nursing. These concepts include but are not limited to caring, wellness, health promotion, disease prevention, holistic care, multi-culturalism, nursing theories, nursing informatics, nursing research, ethics, and advocacy. For nurses and other health care professionals.
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