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Conceptual models in nursing

  • Peggy Martin
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Abstract

Nursing has been dominated in the past by theories borrowed from other disciplines, particularly medicine (Fitzpatrick, 1984). Consequently, nursing has been difficult to define in relation to other disciplines.

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References and Further Reading

References

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