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Nursing practice is a complex and varied field that requires precision, dedication, care, and expertise. Clinicians must have both the skills and the tools to attend to changes in patients' responses, recognize trends, and understand the nature of their patients' conditions over time.
Table of Contents
|The Relationship of Theory and Practice in the Acquisition of Skill||p. 1|
|Entering the Field: Advanced Beginner Practice||p. 25|
|The Competent Stage: A Time of Analysis, Planning, and Confrontation||p. 61|
|Proficiency: A Transition to Expertise||p. 103|
|Expert Practice||p. 137|
|Impediments to the Development of Clinical Knowledge and Ethical Judgment in Critical Care Nursing||p. 171|
|Clinical Judgment||p. 199|
|The Social Embeddedness of Knowledge||p. 233|
|The Primacy of Caring and the Role of Experience, Narrative, and Community in Clinical and Ethical Expertise||p. 279|
|Implications of the Phenomenology of Expertise for Teaching and Learning Everyday Skillful Ethical Comportment||p. 309|
|The Nurse-Physician Relationship: Negotiating Clinical Knowledge||p. 335|
|Implications for Basic Nursing Education||p. 369|
|Implications for Nursing Administration and Practice||p. 405|
|Background and Method||p. 435|
|Description of Nurse Informants||p. 463|
|Background Questions for Interviews and Observations||p. 465|
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