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This article presents a unifying conceptualization of nursing research with persons and families. A common language for both nursing practice and nursing research with persons and families is proposed that is intended to facilitate critical dialogue toward advancing the discipline of nursing.
There is a growing sense of urgency among nurses and other prmary care providers about the devastating effects of poverty, illiteracy, and domestic violence on family health. Family-focused health care models that are community based, portable, culturally specific, interdisciplinary, and...
Studies have identified the low-income, African American, single mother as being at high riskforfamily stress and maternal depression. Both have been associated with child behavior problems. Within the family stress and adaptation framework, this study of inner-city single mothers of boys with...
Hermeneutic phenomenology is offered as an approach to study families that enables the study of phenomena that are difficult to address using a science based in rationalism or empiricism: shared family meanings and family concerns. Heideggerian concepts that serve as the foundation of a...
Based on 35 nursing research articles, this article reports a methodological and substantive review of nursing research done between 1984 and 1993 regarding the impact of illness on families with a member experiencing ischemic heart disease. Limitations identified include lack of explicit...
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