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The nursing process

  • Peggy Martin
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Abstract

The nursing process provides a problem-solving approach to nursing care based on the needs and problems of the individual patient. Whenever possible, the patient and his relatives are encouraged to participate in decisions relating to his care.

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References and Further Reading

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