Researching nursing practice: does person-centredness matter?

  • Brendan Mccormack
  • Published 2003 in
    Nursing philosophy : an international journal for…

Abstract

Person-centredness is common speak in nursing and health care literature. Increasingly there is an expectation that practitioners adopt person-centred principles in their practice and organizations are expected to respect the values of the service user. However, in the research methodology literature, there is little explicit attention paid to the concept… (More)

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