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Hi Thanks for your comments on nursing theory. I have set up an article on Jean Watson could you add to it or start an article on her Theory of Human Caring? Dr Joe Kiff (talk) 01:46, August 31, 2012 (UTC)

Watson has an international organization with tenured staff, but not much out of copyright. I am unlikely to come back to it, more likely start a nursing wiki here, as I am so impressed with the psychology effort. My main reason for chipping in is that nursing theory dates so fast, some are advocating rationalizing harshly and return to broad generic training in philosophy and so forth. The nursing theorists having proved they can hold their own, back to utility, or something like that. Bedpanner (talk) 15:33, August 31, 2012 (UTC)

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