Martha Rogers: the science of unitary human beings
The first volume in the series presents the nursing theory of Martha Rogers, together with examples of its applications to practice and research. Rogers envisions nursing as a compassionate concern for maintaining and promoting health, preventing illness, and caring for and rehabilitating the sick. Her theory, the Science of Unitary Human Beings, with its high respect for the individual, has identified the phenomenon that is the true object of nursing, the person as a unified whole.
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