By Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN
Now getting into its moment decade of e-book, this landmark sequence attracts jointly and severely experiences all of the current study in particular parts of nursing perform, nursing care supply, nursing schooling, and the occupation of nursing.
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Nurse researchers can provide leadership and make major contributions to the knowledge of families. Nurses direct their practice toward the health of individual family members. With nurses also extending their focus to the family system, they are in an excellent position to identify and test research questions and examine variables most predictive of the health and well-being of the family. REFERENCES Adams, M. Older patients and their care: Interaction with families and public health nurses. In American Nurses' Association, Fourth Nursing Research Conference.
Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 2, 1984: Focus on Family Nursing by Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN