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This article argues that participant observation is more than mere method and in need of greater theoretical attention. This is particularly true for its more participative forms, which are inseparable from assumptions about the role of the body in the generation of knowledge. Drawing on fieldwork experience, parallels are noted between participative… (More)
This paper considers the role of the named nurse as a linchpin in the commissioning/providing cycle. It argues that, whatever the impact on patient care, nurses should be wary of claims that the introduction of named nursing through government policy demonstrates esteem for British nursing.
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