Nurse Science Development Nursing is an art and a science. The art of nursing involves the use of care comfort and communication in facilitating the restoration of health and in preventing disease. The scientific dimension of nursing involves the use of theories, procedures and technology and the findings from research to guide the assessment of patients, development of care plans, disease prevention and prevention. A body of knowledge developed from research to practice should be used in the practice of a discipline (Lumby, 2000). A historical analysis of the development of nursing science reveals that empiricism, critical social science feminism, empiricism and the different approaches to scientific research including phenomenology and...The end:
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