Concept Development in Nursing: Foundations, Techniques, and Applications
Beth L. Rodgers, Kathleen Astin Knafl
Saunders, 2000 - Medical - 458 pages
This text presents state-of-the-art methods for developing concepts appropriate for nursing. It offers a wide array of approaches to concept development, ranging from the classic to the cutting-edge in a manner that balances philosophical foundations with techniques and practical examples.
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Introduction to Concept Development in Nursing
Knowledge Synthesis and Concept Development
The Wilson Method of Concept Analysis
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