Research on nurse-patient relationships: problems of theory, problems of practice this should be achieved; and how the NPR is constituted in practice. In this paper -- through a selective review of the literature -- the development of two contending perspectives on NPR and on nurse-patient interaction (NPI) characterized as technocratic and contextual, is discussed, and related to the increasingly problematic status of the relationship between nurses and patients in nursing theory and research.
May C; Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1990, vol. 15, issue 3, p 307, ISSN 03092402. ISBN 03092402.

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