By Jacqueline Fawcett PhD FAAN, Susan DeSanto-Madeya RN DNS
What is nursing? What do nurses do? How do you outline it?
The third variation of this AJN Book-of-the-Year Award-Winner is helping you resolution these questions with a distinct method of the medical foundation of nursing wisdom. utilizing conceptual versions, grand theories, and middle-range theories as instructions you'll find out about the present nation and way forward for nurse educators, nurse researchers, nurse directors, and training nurses.
A bonus CD-ROM in each publication gains conceptual version- and theory-based perform functions, perform instruments, examine functions, and study tools, in addition to a whole bibliography and lists of extra assets that can assist you study.
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Extra info for Contemporary Nursing Knowledge: Analysis and Evaluation of Nursing Models and Theories
The human being is reduced to a set of needs, and nursing is reduced to a set of functions. Nurses are portrayed as the final decision makers for nursing practice (Meleis, 1997). Outcomes Category of Knowledge. In this category: ● Emphasis is placed on the outcomes of nursing practice and comprehensive descriptions of the recipient of that practice (Meleis, 1997). Client-Focused Category of Knowledge. This category: ● Refers to a comprehensive focus on the client as viewed from a nursing perspective (Meleis, 1997).
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