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Author: Catherine M. Norris
ISBN: 0894438255
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Pages 428 pages
Publisher Aspen Pub (August 1, 1982)
Language English
Category: Other
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by Catherine M. Norris


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Concept Clarification in Nursing by Catherine M. Aspen Systems Corporation, Rocfcville, Maryland. The author's purpose in writing this book is to stimulate the inductive study of nursing concepts and to increase the knowledge base Of the discipline of nursing.

Journal of Gerontological Nursing Concept Clarification in Nursing. Concept Clarification in Nursing. Norris, Rockville, Maryland, Aspen Systems, 1982, 428 pages

Journal of Gerontological Nursing Concept Clarification in Nursing. Norris, Rockville, Maryland, Aspen Systems, 1982, 428 pages. This text is rich in content and cognition. It contributes to an area of vital importance but of limited recent study in nursing, dial of physiological phenomena inherent to the essence of basic nursing care. Twenty-four chapters are divided into three major sections. Davina J Gosnell, RN, Phd. Journal of Gerontological Nursing.

Concept Clarification in Nursing. Janice C. Hallal, Catherine M. Greetings From the Lonely Crowd. A Glance Back in Time.

Norris' concept clarification method was used to clarify the concept of full nursing potential. Following repeated observation and description, the concept was systematized, and a model and an operational definition were developed.

Norris' concept clarification method was used to clarify the concept of full nursing potential. Systemization of the concept led to the proposal of the following definition: Full nursing potential is a dynamic state in which government regulations, institutional policies, adequate education, personal experience, environmental factors, and personal traits culminate to foster the essence of nursing, enabling nurses to deliver high-quality, patient-centered.

Series: Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care. This book has a lot of information on the connections between spirituality and religion and how some go hand in hand and some are separated from the culture. Paperback: 476 pages. But very interesting and helpful for a better understanding that in this nursing profession, the mind has to be open and no judgment and be willing to teach and educate both the patient and the nurse as well. 3 people found this helpful.

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