A Conceptual Model of Nursing: A Model of Personhood for Irish Nursing
McCarthy, Geraldine M
Landers, Margaret G
Nursing science quarterly 2010 Oct; 23(4): 343-7
A model of personhood for nursing in Ireland based on Celtic society, Irish language, Irish customs, and the Catholic religion is discussed. Concepts central to the model are presented bilingually as a means of capturing the essence of nursing care in an Irish context. The adequacy of the model is considered from the perspective of the following evaluative criteria: social utility, social congruence, and social significance.
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