Science in the Education of the Professional Nurse
by LaVerne Thompson & Lutie C. Leavell - 1957
A teacher of beginning science meets three types of students: (1) those who plan a career in science; (2) those who need science concepts to function as intelligent members of society; and (3) nurses and others who need science concepts as a basis for their work in an applied science field. The teacher of beginning science can make an important contribution to the education of the professional nurse and other students in this third group.
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