Delineating the concept of hope.

@article{Morse1995DelineatingTC,
  title={Delineating the concept of hope.},
  author={Janice M. Morse and B M Doberneck},
  journal={Image--the journal of nursing scholarship},
  year={1995},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={277-85}
}
This description of the concept of hope was developed using interview data from four participant groups: patients undergoing heart transplant, spinal cord-injured patients, breast cancer survivors, and breastfeeding mothers intending to continue nursing while employed. Advanced techniques of concept analysis (using qualitative methods) enabled the delineation of the seven abstract and universal components of hope: a realistic initial assessment of the predicament or threat, the envisioning of… CONTINUE READING

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This description of the concept of hope was developed using interview data from four participant groups : patients undergoing heart transplant , spinal cord - injured patients , breast cancer survivors , and breastfeeding mothers intending to continue nursing while employed .
This description of the concept of hope was developed using interview data from four participant groups : patients undergoing heart transplant , spinal cord - injured patients , breast cancer survivors , and breastfeeding mothers intending to continue nursing while employed .
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