Nursing Replay is the long awaited book that shows how participatory action research can be used to explore the culture of nursing. This method of research arises out of the idea that nurses can improve patient care by investigating and restructuring their practice. It is a method that is both collaborative and empowering, and these criteria are clearly part of the domain of nursing. Written in an engaging style by a respected researcher, the text throughout is supplemented by explanations of techniques to help the novice researcher. The reader's understanding is further enhanced by examples drawn from research projects along with author comment. With nursing research increasingly being undertaken as part of professional development, and to fulfil post-registration requirements, this book will prove invaluable to many graduate students and clinicians.moral judgements, in nursing work 1 8 multi-skilling 23 multicultural families, nursing to, and the tyranny of niceness 36-9 multicultural myths 9-12 mythical nurse 3-5 mythical nursing team 21-2 mythical professional nurse 5-9 myths and ... psychiatric nurses, role as DAOs 129-45 night duty roster problem 121-2 non- English speaking background children, ... 18-19 PARxi and problems of dealing in uncertainties 183-5 and research method xvi baby example xi-xii background to theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Annette Fay Street|
|Publisher||:||W.B. Saunders Company - 1995|