Exploring the interface between the philosophy and discipline of holistic nursing : modeling and role-modeling at work
Exploring the interface between the philosophy and discipline of holistic nursing : modeling and role-modeling at work / Helen L. Erickson, editor.
Cedar Park, TX : Unicorns Unlimited, 2010.
xix, 447 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contributing authors: Linda Baas, Susan S. Bowman, Da'Lynn Kay Clayton, Helen L. Erickson, Margaret E. Erickson, Judith E. Hertz, Christi A. Holland, Barbara L. Irvin, Christopher Johns, Carolyn Kinney, Sharon Rogers, Ellen Schultz, Lynn Smith.
- Part I. Defining the parameters. A voice from the past: factors that impact professional behaviors
- Paradigm choices: implications for nursing knowledge
- Ways-of-knowing and the metaparadigm
- Looking to the future: curriculum implications
- Discovery-learning methods: learning to think
- Part II. Facilitating growth. Facilitating exploration of the modeling and role-modeling philosophy
- Facilitating the modeling and role-modeling processes
- Facilitating personal knowledge development
- Synthesizing knowledge
- Evaluating student grownth
- Issues for a culturally-diverse society
- Evidence-based nursing practice, holistic care and advanced practice nursing
- Part III. Continuing the journey: finding meaning. The nurse's experience: source of knowledge
- Reflection as a way-of-being in practice
- Embracing the journey.
- Subject headings