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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 2, Number 1, March 2001

Editorial: theory as resistance
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: Cash, Keith

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The illusion of progress in nursing
pp. 4-13(10)
Author: Herdman, Elizabeth A.

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Nightingale's realist philosophy of science
pp. 14-25(12)
Author: Porter, Sam

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Critical response to: Holm's paper
pp. 34-35(2)
Author: Nortvedt, Per

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Clinical autonomy and contractual space
pp. 36-41(6)
Author: Cash, Keith

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Between caring and curing
pp. 53-61(9)
Author: Kottow, Michael H.

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Building the science of health promotion practice from a human science perspective
pp. 62-71(10)
Authors: Northrup, Deborah Thoun; Purkis, Mary Ellen

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A case for the ‘middle ground’: exploring the tensions of postmodern thought in nursing
pp. 72-82(11)
Authors: Stajduhar, Kelli I.; Balneaves, Lynda; Thorne, Sally E.

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Diaspora and nursing praxis
pp. 83-86(4)
Author: Thompson, Janice L.

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The later Wittgenstein
pp. 87-89(3)
Author: Goldstein, Laurence

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Do We Still Need Doctors?
pp. 90-91(2)
Author: Scott, P. Anne

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Philosophy of nursing: theory and evidence
pp. 95-97(3)
Authors: De Raeve, Louise; Wainwright, Paul

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