Exploring the legitimacy of intuition as a form of nursing knowledge.

  • Anita Joel Smith
  • Published 2009 in
    Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…


This article discusses intuition as a legitimate form of knowledge rather than solely as an expert trait. It also describes the possibility of interdisciplinary research using theories and frameworks from psychology, computer science, physics and neuroscience to provide empirical evidence for intuitive knowledge to be considered a legitimate form of knowledge.

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@article{Smith2009ExploringTL, title={Exploring the legitimacy of intuition as a form of nursing knowledge.}, author={Anita Joel Smith}, journal={Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987)}, year={2009}, volume={23 40}, pages={35-40} }