The Nurse as Wounded Healer: From Trauma to Transcendence
Jones and Bartlett, 2002 - 175 pages
The author depicts the evolution of the wounded healer phenomenon and its impact on the practice of nursing. She explores how healing has been defined in the past and emphasizes the changing focus necessary to meet the relevant health care needs of an increasingly wounded society in the 21st century.
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