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- Elsevier Health Sciences
This new book written by Jean Watson, a highly regarded visionary of nursing theory reestablishes the critical balance between caring and curing. It blends the technical aspects of modern medicine with the holistic focus traditionally associated with nursing, and serves as a model for nursing practice into the 21st century.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.36(w) x 9.18(h) x 0.68(d)|
Table of Contents
TRANSPERSONAL NURSING AS ONTOLOGICAL ARCHETYPE · The Starting Point · Moving from Text to Margin · In Search of the Sacred Feminine: Voices from the Margins · Deconstructing Modern Metaphors · Reconstructing Nursing · TRANSPERSONAL NURSING AS ONTOLOGICAL ARTIST · Beyond Nursing in the Post Postmodern Millennium · Transpersonal Caring - Healing · The Postmodern/Transpersonal Body · The Body as a Sacred Mirror · Exercises for Experiencing the Transpersonal Body · Professional Ontological Competencies for Transpersonal Practice · Reconsidering Nightengale: Professional Ontological Competencies · As Advanced Caring-Healing Arts · An Interlude: The Zen of Bedmaking · TRANSPERSONAL NURSING AS ONTOLOGICAL ARCHITECT · Caring-Healing Architechture within the Postmodern Paradigm · Unconcluding Postmodern Nightengale · Relighting the Lamp