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Nursing science: knowledge development for the good of persons and society
Professional knowledge and the epistemology of reflective practice
Kinsella, Elizabeth Anne
Ontologies of nursing in an age of spiritual pluralism: closed or open worldview?
A response to ‘Ontologies of nursing in an age of spiritual pluralism: closed or open worldview?’ by Barbara Pesut: our review of the Central Unifying Focus perspective as implying an open worldview: a clarification
Willis, Danny G.; Grace, Pamela J.
Symbolic interactionism and critical perspective: divergent or synergistic?
Burbank, Patricia M.; Martins, Diane C.
Knowledge for the good of the individual and society: linking philosophy, disciplinary goals, theory, and practice
McCurry, Mary K.; Revell, Susan M. Hunter; Roy, Sr. Callista
A model of consensus formation for reconciling nursing's disciplinary matrix
Dobratz, Marjorie C.
A nursing manifesto: an emancipatory call for knowledge development, conscience, and praxis
Kagan, Paula N.; Smith, Marlaine C.; Cowling III, W. Richard; Chinn, Peggy L.
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