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Innovations in Theory Development for the Nursing Development. Volume II

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Title: Innovations in Theory Development for the Nursing Development. Volume II
Author: Bett, Carol J.; Krieger, Hanna; Kuhlmann, Kristin L.; Siemon, Mark; Steel, Susan
Subject(s): Health Promotion
Middle Range Theory
Pender's Health Promotion Model
Orlando's Theory
Nurse-Patient Relationship
Clinically Inflicted Pain
Self-Transcendence
Consciousness
Stigma
Military
Feminist Standpoint Theory
Community Empowerment
Abstract: This second volume of theory development demonstrates further exploration and expansion of some of the theories used in nursing practice. Interdisciplinary theories were researched and utilized in the various theory expansions and development. Through our exploration of the theories incorporated in nursing practice and scholarship, we have expanded ways to extend or modify those theories to enhance our individual research interests.
Date: 2009-02-26
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/7733

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