Decolonizing nursing knowledge

Nursing Philosophy 23 (4):e12410 (2022)
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Abstract

This dialogue introduces the concepts of colonization and decolonization of nursing knowledge, the harms that have come from colonization, and the importance of engaging in the processes of decolonization as a means of achieving social justice and humanization for all. Specific options to decolonize nursing knowledge are discussed.

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