The use of postcolonialism in the nursing domain: colonial patronage, conversion, and resistance.

@article{Holmes2008TheUO,
  title={The use of postcolonialism in the nursing domain: colonial patronage, conversion, and resistance.},
  author={Dave Holmes and Bernard Roy and Am{\'e}lie M Perron},
  journal={ANS. Advances in nursing science},
  year={2008},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={42-51}
}
The current context in nursing requires radical political analyses to deconstruct the dominant discourses that map both the discipline and the profession. In response to the strong reaction to articles, which critically examined the evidence-based movement in health sciences, we believe that it is essential to offer a perspective that is capable of resisting the progress of such discourses, which currently prevail in nursing and thus shape our profession. We believe that the biomedical model… CONTINUE READING
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