Response and Reply

van Hooft, Stan
November 1998
Nursing Ethics;Nov98, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p545
Academic Journal
The art of nursing: aesthetics or praxis? A response to Steven Edwards, Louise de Raeve and Per Nortvedt, by Stan van Hooft.


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