Understanding patients' lived experiences: the interrelationship of rhetoric and hermeneutics

Nursing Philosophy 5 (3):251-257 (2004)

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Keywords nurse–patient relationship  knowing the patient  hermeneutics  rhetorical–hermeneutical relationship  nurse–patient communication  rhetoric
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DOI 10.1111/j.1466-769X.2004.00181.x
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