Integrating Social Support in Nursing

SAGE Publications, 9 juin 1993 - 246 pages
First definitive volume on social support from a nursing perspective. The author confronts current conceptual controversies and negative impacts of social support. She emphasizes the need for nurses to intervene with social support at the individual, dyadic, and group levels ; the need for nursing education to respond to the challenge of integrating social support theory into the curriculum ; and the need for research strategies designed to clarify social support issues. She also demonstrates the necessity for a social support based framework and proposes a conceptual model that incorporates environment, nursing, health, and focal persons

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