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Nursing Theorists and Theory
Goldman, Emma In Encyclopedia of Women Social Reformers
..., making good use of her time there by learning some rudimentary nursing as assistant to a prison....,Feminist Theorists: Three Centuries of Women’s Intellectual Traditions. London: Women’s Press. Spender...
Neuman, Betty In Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, & Health Professions
A nursing theorist who developed the Neuman Systems Model, first published in 1972. Her model is... the typology. In the Neuman Systems Model, the client is presented as a whole person, an open system...
Nightingale, Florence In Encyclopedia of Women Social Reformers
...nursing, Florence Nightingale, have been subject to constant reevaluation and, latterly, even radical... work in women’s nursing, in her determination to expose the official neglect of basic standards of...
nursing models In Churchill Livingstone's Dictionary of Nursing
Frameworks that identify, describe and explain a range of nursing concepts; traditionally named after the nurse theorists who first propounded them, e.g. Roy's model, Rogers' model, Roper, Logan...
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