Archive for April, 2016

“I’ve never seen a family interview”: Three Approaches to Transform Practice!

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Did you know that most practicing nurses have never observed a therapeutic conversation with a family?   For those of us immersed in family nursing education, practice, and/or research for many years, it is surprising, disappointing, and even a bit shocking to realize.  But it’s a clear message that family nursing is still a pioneer endeavor […]

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