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Author: Margaret M. Moloney
ISBN: 0397548427
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Pages 352 pages
Publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2nd edition (January 1992)
Language English
Category: Other
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by Margaret M. Moloney


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Also covers the development of nursing's scientific knowledge base as well as the issues of autonomy and control of nursing education and practice by the nursing profession.

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Patricia M. Schwirian, Professionalization of Nursing: Current Issues and Trends, Philadelphia: Lippencott, 1998 . Schwirian, Professionalization of Nursing: Current Issues and Trends, Philadelphia: Lippencott, 1998, ISBN 0-7817-1045-6. Yehouda Shenhav, From Chaos to Systems: The Engineering Foundations of Organization Theory, 1879–1932 Sage Publications,1995. Howard M Vollmer, and D L Mills, Professionalization, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1966. Ivan Waddington, The Movement Towards The Professionalization Of Medicine,BMJ: British Medical Journal 301, No. 6754, 1990. Anne Witz, Professions and Patriarchy, London: Routledge, 1992.

Coverage includes the development of nursing's knowledge base, nursing education in promoting professionalization, and . Bibliographic information. Patricia M. Schwirian.

Coverage includes the development of nursing's knowledge base, nursing education in promoting professionalization, and nursing practice roles.

This book is intended for undergraduate nursing students taking a course in issues and trends, graduate students, and nursing administrators. Professionalization of Nursing : Current Issues and Trends.

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Explores the various definitions of professions, describes nursing's progress toward professional status and develops strategies for attaining the goals of full.

Professionalization of Nursing, Current Issues and Trends. Both past and current mechanisms that contribute to the maintenance of the nursing-medicine power relation are discussed.

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Explores the various definitions of professions, describes nursing's progress toward professional status and develops strategies for attaining the goals of full professional status. The text also covers the issues of autonomy and the development of nursing's scientific knowledge base.