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The Nurse as Engineer — the Theory of Knowledge in Research in the Care Sector

  • Ingela Josefson
Part of the The Springer Series on Foundations and Applications of Artificial Intelligence book series (HCS)

Abstract

The nature of nursing has been the subject of discussion for the last 10–15 years. One reason is that in many countries the education of nurses has moved from teaching hospitals to academic institutions. This move has given rise to the question of the scientific basis for nursing knowledge.

Keywords

Expert System Nursing Practice Nursing Profession Propositional Knowledge Nursing Intervention 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988

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  • Ingela Josefson

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