A response to 'ontologies of nursing in an age of spiritual pluralism: Closed or open worldview?' By Barbara pesut: Our review of the central unifying focus perspective as implying an open worldview: A clarification [Book Review]
Nursing Philosophy 11 (1):24-24 (2010)
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