Professional Nursing Practice: Concepts and Perspectives
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Medical - 406 pages
Exploring the professional roles of health promoter, teacher-learner, leader-manager, research consumer, advocate, colleague and collaborator, as identified by the ANA Standards of Professional Performance, this book details the historical, theoretical, ethical and legal foundations of professional nursing. Current and comprehensive, it provides a discussion of the changing health care system especially as it relates to health care economics, nursing in a culture of violence and nursing in a culturally and spiritually diverse world.
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