Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives for Advanced Nursing Practice
An Excellent Resource For Graduate Nursing Students In Master's And Doctoral Programs! Philosophical And Theoretical Perspectives For Advanced Nursing Practice Focuses On The Theoretical And Philosophical Perspectives Necessary To Guide Advanced Nursing Practice. The Expertly Written Chapters Are Diverse In Content And Emphasize Evidence-Based Practice, Values, Person-Centered Care And Global Perspectives, And Explores The Interrelationships Between Theory, Practice, And Research.
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Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing
What Constitutes Nursing Science?
NURSING SCIENCE IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
Professionalism and the Evolution of Nursing
Chapter n Nursing Science in the Global Community
NURSINGS METAPARADIGM CONCEPTUALIZATIONS
A Dialectical Examination of Nursing Art
A Conceptual Framework for PersonCentered
CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES OF NURSING SCIENCE 219
Esthetic and Personal Knowing through
Nursing Knowledge and Human
INTERRELATIONSHIPS AMONG NURSING THEORY
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