The relationship between research and the nursing process in clinical practice.

  title={The relationship between research and the nursing process in clinical practice.},
  author={Geraldine Mason and Moira J. Attree},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  volume={26 5},
The nursing process was originally adopted by the North American nursing profession from the general systems theory (GST) and quickly became a symbol of contemporary nursing as well as a professionalist nurse ideology. In contrast its initial introduction in the United Kingdom (UK) was not a complete success. This could be attributed to the mode of its implementation, which utilized a power-coercive change strategy, that is, comprising of imposition from above without sufficient time for… 
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