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Seeding a Profession: The Intersection of the State, International Interests, and the Early Development of Brazilian Nursing
State and international entities can have profound effects on the development of a country’s nursing profession. Through a global health governance lens, this paper explores the development ofExpand
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[Primary elections].
  • T. Oguisso
  • Medicine
  • Revista paulista de enfermagem
  • 1983
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A responsabilidade legal do enfermeiro
The term responsibility in a general form is initially defined in this paper following of an analyse to the nurse's civil, penal and ethics responsibilities regard of actual legislation. In a secondExpand
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Brazilian nursing history on the shoulders of giants.
BACKGROUND This study describes the route followed by nursing in Brazil, through the foundation of nursing organizations and the emergence of nursing leaders and pioneers. AIM To present theExpand
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Political Systems and the Perspective on Nursing Education during the Spanish Transition (from the Franco Regime to Democracy). A Contribution based on Nursing History
The aim of this study is to describe the changes in nursing education during the process prior to and after the establishment of democracy in Spain. It begins with the hypothesis that differences inExpand
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How ICN is promoting research.
  • T. Oguisso
  • Medicine
  • International nursing review
  • 1 July 1990
"No Health Without Research." That's the conclusion of the 43rd World Health Assembly technical discussions in May and ICN's warning since the early '70s when it began to promote nursing research inExpand
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Ethical events in nursing: Daily activities of nurse managers and nursing ethics committee members.
This study aimed to understand the meaning of nurses' actions related to ethical occurrences involving nursing professionals. Data were collected through interviews with nurse managers and members ofExpand
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[Nurses' perception about diseases that are treated by acupuncture].
The objective of this study was to identify and analyze nurses' perceptions about diseases that are treated by acupuncture, taking into consideration: (1) the diseases of nurses who had receivedExpand
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Professional nursing in Brazil.
  • T. Oguisso
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • International nursing review
  • 1 May 1996
Modern nursing in Brazil started in 1923 with the creation of a School of Nursing, whose first graduates became the country's nursing's pioneers. They founded the Brazilian Nursing Association threeExpand
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The professionalization of Brazilian nursing in the written media of the end of the nineteenth century: a gender analysis.
UNLABELLED The object is the relationship between the professionalization of Brazilian nursing and women, in the broadcasting of news about the creation of the Professional School of Nurses, in theExpand
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