Humanistic Nursing

by Josephine Paterson

Concisely, humanistic nursing practice theory proposes that nursesconsciously and deliberately approach nursing as an existentialexperience. Then, they reflect on the experience and phenomenologicallydescribe the calls they receive, their responses, and what they come toknow from their presence in the nursing situation. It is believed thatcompilation and complementary syntheses of these phenomenologicaldescriptions over time will build and make explicit a science ofnursing.

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