Jean Watson’s Nursing: The Philosophy and Science of Caring (Revised Edition), now thought about a timeless, presented the science of human caring and rapidly turned into one of the most commonly utilized eBook and highly regarded sources of conceptual designs for nursing. This entirely brand-new and modified edition in a PDF uses a modern upgrade and the most existing viewpoints on the development of the science and initial philosophy of caring from the field’s starting scholar.
A core idea for nurses and the expert and non-expert individuals they engage with, “care” is one of the field’s least comprehended terms, enshrouded in clashing expectations and significances. Although its uses differ amongst various cultures, caring is universal and ageless at the human level, going beyond societies, faiths, geographical borders, and belief systems, moving from Self to Other to neighborhood and beyond, impacting all of life.
This brand-new modified edition reviews the universal results of caring and links caring with love as the prehistoric ethical basis both for the philosophy and science of caring practices and for recovery itself.
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