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Title: Stories of Suffering, Stories of Strength: Narrative Influences in Family Nursing
Authors: Moules, Nancy J.
Keywords: Family Nursing;Family Systems Nursing
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Sage Publications
Citation: Moules, Nancy J. and Streitberger, Sylvia. "Stories of Suffering, Stories of Strength: Narrative Influences in Family Nursing". Journal of Family Nursing, 3, No. 4: 365-377.
Abstract: Narrative approaches are influencing family nursing practice. Narrative ideas, theory, and practices are currently seen directly in the practices of some advanced nurse practitioners, and postmodern influences are seen in the relational stances that many nurses assume with families. In this article, the authors describe narrative theory and practice, the current influence of narrative ideas in family nursing, and the possibilities for families and nurses that are created.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/44684
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