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This is the last article written by Moyra Allen prior to her death in 1996. Allen believed that nursing has a vital role to play in reorienting the Canadian health care system to goals more appropriate to our rapidly changing society—the development of healthful living styles, healthy families,...
Moyra Allen’s ideas about the nature of health and nursing were revolutionary when her work began in the 1970s and remain relevant today as a means of generating knowledge about the nature of family health promotion and the nurse’s role in facilitating this process. In this article, efforts to...
Moyra’s life centered around evaluation—drawing the worth or value out of something. To Moyra Allen, competence was the central ethical issue and principle, the greatest human challenge. Moyra spent her days acquiring the habit of doing the right thing. Quantities were of qualities. Questions...
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