The Art of Nursing. A Practical Introduction

  • ID: 3688307
  • Book
  • 268 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This unique book helps nurses identify and develop the personal qualities that go into "artful" nursing practice. Based on nurse stories that portray the art of nursing, the book guides students to analyse how each personal quality or concept is actualised in the story, understand the challenges to enactment of the concept, and then apply the concept experientially through group and individual exercises. The text illustrates and elaborates onthe forms of knowledge used by nurses and concepts central to the art of nursing such as care, spirituality, presence, compassion, self-care and advocacy.

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WHAT NURSES KNOW - Acquiring Nursing Knowledge - Personal Knowledge - Ethical Knowledge - THE ART OF NURSING - Caring for Patients - Advocacy for Patients - Advocacy for Populations - Supporting Spirituality - Response of Compassion - The Presence of the Nurse - Caring for Oneself
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Cooper, Carolyn Clinical Associate Professor, School of Nursing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC.
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