Imogene King: a conceptual framework for nursing
Nurses routinely set goals for, and frequently with, clients. And yet how often is that process examined from a nursing theory perspective? This book provides a succinct overview of Imogene King's theory which emphasizes client participation and mutual goal-setting and provides an interactive framework for nurses. Evans describes the origin of the theory and its underlying assumptions and provides examples for application.
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