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Postcolonial theory, with its interpretations of race, racialization, and culture, offers nursing scholarship a set of powerful analytic tools unlike those offered by other nursing and social theories. Building on the foundation established by those who first pointed to the importance of...
The nursing shortage is continuing toward its projected peak in 2010. As a profession we seem unable to devise effective strategies to enhance growth and overcome this looming crisis. By focusing on predictable barriers using methods of reductionism, nurses may have forgotten the biggest...
Upstream thinking considers the social, economic, and environmental origins of health problems that manifest at the population level. The upstream thinking perspective is applied to an examination of environmentally associated health problems and the opportunities that citizens have (or do not...
A clinically relevant model, grounded in nursing theory, has evolved to become a midrange theory. This article describes the processes used to derive, validate, revise, and test the Caregiving Effectiveness Model. Testing of this midrange theory used prospective longitudinal research with family...
Dimensional analysis clarifies the concept of protection, which has a commonly understood definition but is used inconsistently in research literature. Concepts such as protective factors and protective behaviors are often used interchangeably without adequately representing the phenomenon of...
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