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Patricia Benner’s Theory and Prevention of Intravenous Infections
This paper looks at the theory of Patricia Benner’s and the prevention of intravenous infection and further outlooks on how nursing knowledge could be acquired rather than connection with nursing
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Patricia Benner’s Theory and Prevention of Intravenous Infections Patricia Benner had great interest in the Dreyfus model of skill acquisition and incorporated it in nursing. The field into ...
... relation to of what it implied to be an expert thus putting this designation not on the nurse with the most highly paid or prestigious position but on the nurse who offered the most superb nursing care thus facilitating prevention of intravenous infections.
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