Caring Science and Human Caring Theory: Transforming Personal and Professional Practices of Nursing and Health Care
Author: JEAN WATSON
Published in JHHSA, Vol. 31 No. 4
This article explores some of the latest developments of the emergence of Caring Science as the moral, theoretical, and philosophical foundation for nursing, leading to transformative personal/professional practices. Through nurse’s taking responsibility for advancing nursing qua nursing, practitioners, patients, and systems alike are witnessing a revolution in nursing, which is restoring the heart of nursing and health care through theory-guided philosophical practices of heart-centered love and caring as the foundation for healing.
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