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This column continues the dialogue about advanced practice nursing. Professor Iain Graham of Bournemouth University shares his ideas about advanced practice nursing in the United Kingdom and answers questions about the tasks and responsibilities of advanced practice nurses within the National...
Phenomenology, as a modern movement in philosophy, has focused discussion upon human subjectivity in new and critically important ways. Because human participants can relate intentionally to objects of the world consciousness manifests relationships to things and others that are other than...
Nurses in the field of addictions and substance abuse have assumed, along with most of medicine, that alcohol abuse is a multifactoral health problem. The narratives of two college student’s comments about their experiences of excessive drinking are considered from the human becoming theory as...
The term respect is pervasive in biomedical ethical literature and in all disciplines. It is a concept used to connote dignity, reverence, and regard. To demonstrate respect implies actions of doing what is good. When viewed in the context of nursing research, practice, and education, questions...
The purpose of this descriptive exploratory study was to explore the meaning of being a sibling using Parse’s human becoming perspective. Twelve children between 5 and 15 years of age with a younger sibling with a cleft lip and palate or Down Syndrome participated. Through semi-structured...
According to Orem, active participation in caring for self contributes to the behavior of self-care. Before an individual is able to care for oneself, however, many factors must be considered. This article is based on an alert, oriented 85-year old widow, known as EL, who was recently diagnosed...
Living with a different sense of hearing is a silencing experience that can change persons’patterns of relating and even deprive them of effective ways to give and receive messages with other human beings. People who live with having a different sense of hearing are often stigmatized, labeled,...
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