Caring in Nursing Classics: An Essential Resource, 1st Edition (PDF) by Marlaine C. Smith, Marian C. Turkel, and Zane Robinson Wolf.
This is a core resource for nursing teachers and trainees at all levels who look for basic viewpoints on the science and art of caring. The ebook makes up 37 timeless book chapters and journal posts composed by leaders in the field and light up the advancement of the caring paradigm — from its starts as an ethical/ethical/theoretical guide to nursing, to ramifications for the future advancement of caring science.
Co-released with the Watson Caring Science Institute (WCSI), it will likewise be a main resource for trainees participating in WCSI programs and for in-service education programs, specifically in healthcare facilities with, or looking for, Magnet status. Every area includes an initial essay lighting up essential ideas, followed by reflective concerns suitable for graduate, baccalaureate, and doctoral levels.
The ebook is arranged into 9 areas supplying an in-depth analysis of the advancement of caring scholarship; organized evaluations of the idea of caring; theoretical viewpoints, consisting of conceptual orientations, middle-variety theories, and grand theories; research study styles and techniques; influential research study studies; practice designs for the combination of caring within modern medical facility-based practice environments; caring in neighborhoods and for the environment; management and administrative concerns with a concentrate on caring and economics; and the future of caring science.
- Presents the influential literature on caring
- Provides reflective/critical believing concerns customized to scholastic levels
- For usage in graduate, baccalaureate, doctoral, and in-service education, and as a core resource for WCSI programs
NOTE: This Is The Standalone PDF. Nothing else is consisted of however the ebook Caring In Nursing Classics: An Essential Resource.