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My Personal Philosophy and The Nursing Metaparadigm

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Purpose of this Paper

  1. One purpose of writing this paper is for you to begin to demonstrate your understanding how the two main approaches to nursing research, broadly categorized as qualitative and quantitative approaches, are said to arise from differing ways of viewing the world. You need to learn that these differing views are founded in two branching philosophies of knowledge and can constrain how nursing theory and knowledge are developed. You are also required to identify your current stance on the appropriateness of quantitative vs. qualitative research for nursing so that you can situate your current understanding as you start your nursing education.
  1. A second purpose is for you demonstrate that you understand the way in which the whole of nursing is situated within an overarching metaparadigm that contains four broad concepts. These concepts and the metaparadigm allow for multiple areas of practice, theories, research approaches, and so forth within nursing, which begins to help you understand the vastness and the diversity that comprises the nursing profession.
  1. A third purpose is for you to articulate your current assumptions, values, and beliefs in relation to nursing’s metaparadigm (taken together these ideas constitute your personal philosophy for nursing at this stage in your career). The goals for this purpose are to a) allow you to demonstrate your familiarity with the four concepts within nursing’s metaparadigm and b) encourage you to identify where you stand at this point in time of your nursing education/career so you begin your program with awareness and can, therefore, move forward in your education from an intentional perspective of learning and being open.
  • Another purpose is for you to begin to link your personal philosophy to the entry-to-practice competencies from the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). The goals of this purpose are to a) allow you to become familiar with the requirements you must meet when you graduate from this program and b) encourage you to think about if/how you might need to change your personal philosophy now that you are a nursing student. Note: in linking your personal philosophy to two entry-to-practice competencies from the CNO (2019). The only evidence earlier in the paper that you could have provided about your beginning personal philosophy was in the section where you were to identify your values, beliefs, and assumptions for each of the four concepts in the nursing metaparadigm. Therefore, when linking your personal philosophy to the competencies you needed to clearly show how what you had written as your personal philosophy was a fit for the competencies, including naming the concept in which you had described a value etc. that fit for the competency, and using your language from that concept.
  1. You must provide a # for a competency and/give the CNO reference (with year and p. #).

Please follow all writing the content from the instructor

  • First, you will identify and briefly describe the two branching philosophies of knowledge in nursing and how each underpins qualitative or qualitative research. You will also document your personal stance on qualitative vs. quantitative research in nursing, i.e., you are in favour of one approach over the other or you value both approaches, and discuss your rationale for that stance. You will need to use chapter 3 from the textbook for the discussion about the philosophies, but you will not use any references to support your personal stance. Note: in class the professor talked about realism and relativism as ontologies, so how people might view the world. Each ontology is associated with a broad research approach to develop knowledge (epistemology). Realism is about how a material world exists and our senses provide an imperfect understanding of that world – language on p. 29 of course textbook should have been used for the first part of this section, so terms to use included deductive, empiricist, mechanistic, and quantitative. Relativism is about individual perception, how there is no absolute truth, and everything is relative/subjective – so terms to be used from p. 29 of course textbook included inductive, interpretive, holistic, and qualitative.
  • When discussing your own preferences for the usefulness of qualitative/quantitative research approaches in nursing then your rationale would have been fully clear if you had identified the ontology with which you fit, linked to the associated epistemology (rationalism/empiricism), and then linked to the appropriate broad research approach (qualitative/quantitative). Note that within each of these research approaches there are multiple research methods (designs), so qualitative/quantitative are not ‘research methods’ as such.
  • Then, you will identify and very briefly discuss the four concepts within the nursing metaparadigm: Nursing, Person/Human Beings, Health, and Environment. You will need to obtain a scholarly article to support your discussion of the metaparadigm and you must use CINAHL to conduct your search. You also will need to use at least 1 appropriate chapter from the textbook for this section. Note: (There is only a single nursing metaparadigm that you were to discuss. Within that metaparadigm there were four concepts: person, health, nursing, and environment. You were to briefly discuss those four concepts and use chapter 1 (Alligood as author) plus the article that I have provided. Here is the link https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7tb3224c You were not to discuss material in the article beyond using it to support your brief description of each concept. You were not to use subheadings.
  • You were then to start a new section and use subheadings for each of these four concepts as you wrote about your own values, beliefs, assumptions, etc. within each concept. You were not to use any references for this section. This section in total would be your personal philosophy and needed to be in some depth/breadth so around ½ page for each concept.
  • The next step is for you to articulate your own personal philosophy through identifying your own values, beliefs, and assumptions for each of the four concepts in the nursing metaparadigm. You will briefly introduce the section and then use a subheading for each theme. You will not use any references to support your own values, beliefs, and assumptions.
  • Finally, you will begin to describe the link between aspects of your personal philosophy and the entry-to-practice competencies from CNO (CNO, 2019b in course outline). You will choose 1 competency from each of only 2 of the following 6 roles: Clinician, Professional, Communicator, Leader, Advocate, and Scholar; you will not use the remaining three roles.

Identify each competency by both its number in the document and the associated role, e.g., Clinician 1.21 (ref. to document). In this paper, unlike in most papers, using a direct quote is acceptable but it must be in addition to providing the role and number. For each identified competency discuss 1 way in which your personal philosophy is a good fit. Make sure that what you describe as a fit has already been written about in the personal philosophy section – if you have not included the idea already then you cannot use it in this section. You will need to use the appropriate CNO document when you identify the competencies, but no other references are to be used in this section.

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Other Specific Requirements

  • It is expected that you search for and use a reference that is not in the course reference list. The new reference must be an article (so not a book, professional, organization, website, etc.), current (preferably not older than a 2014 publication date, must be within the past 7 years), and relevant to the nursing metaparadigm. This scholarly article must also include a nurse as an author (not necessarily the first author) and be at least three pages of text in length (so not including references, even on the third page).

You must use your course text (see the course outline) and only chapters 1 and/or 3 as appropriate when references are required from the course textbook. Do not use another text. You will get to read the e-book of the textbook used in this course here online. Nursing Theorists and their work 9th edition https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=l7stDwAAQBAJ&hl=en&pg=GBS.PP1

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  • You must use the correct format when you provide appropriate references in text, i.e., the author(s), year, and page number(s).
  • The full reference for each chapter you use must also be in the reference list – see the APA feedback template for an example of how to reference a chapter in an edited book and make sure you follow the correct format; do not only provide a reference to the whole book.
  • Do not use direct quotes from your textbook. You need to put the answers into your own words to show that you understand, rather than that you can simply copy and paste.
  • Critical analysis is essential. However, how you write is as important as what you write. Your paper should be 4-5 typed pages (excluding cover sheet and references), so you will have a maximum of 5 pages in the body of your paper.
  • All pages should be double-spaced.
  • The references within this course are in APA 7th Edition
  • You must follow APA format, including a cover page and use of headings and subheadings.
  • You are definitely meant to use “I” when following APA if it makes sense in the context of your writing. For this paper, you should be using the first-person type narrative when writing about your own values etc.
  • Coherence, flow, and clarity are important.
  • Grammar, spelling, and punctuation are important.
  • Please ensure you use headings appropriately. The second main heading for this paper might be labelled as My Personal Philosophy (centred, bolded, upper- and lower-case). Before moving into the first subheading, e.g., Health (at left, bold, upper- and lower-case), make sure you provide a brief statement about what you will do in this part. For example:

In this section, I will identify my own values and assumptions about the four concepts within nursing’s metaparadigm: nursing, person/human beings, health, and environment. I ….

  • If you lay out your paper with headings/subheadings then it is easier for me to follow and it helps keep you on track
  • Headings and subheadings are required in this paper – so I am not simply suggesting that you use them.
  • Think about what headings are supposed to do – they guide the reader to main points in a paper and then to sub-points of a main point. So, the main point heading is typically the centred one (uses Upper and Lowercase, also in bolded) and the sub-point heading is at the left of the page (also uses Upper and Lowercase and in bold). It is possible to go to even more of a sub-point (uses Uppercase and Lower Case, flush left, bolded and italicized.
  • You need to ensure you have sufficient depth/breadth in each area, but you also do not have a lot of space overall, which is appropriate because you are early in your program and learning how to write a scholarly paper within Nursing.
  • I suggest that you do not go beyond the suggested maximum length for any section or you are likely to have not provided sufficient work in another area.
  • It will take you space to write a well-considered document with sufficient evidence where appropriate. Therefore, I expect papers to be at least 4 pages in length – students who submit a paper that is less than 4 pages long are unlikely to demonstrate the type of critical analysis that will earn them at least a good grade.
  • End your paper with a conclusion section. Do not start the section with words such as ‘In summary’ or ‘In conclusion’ – redundant because section is called ‘Conclusion’ (heading).
  • A conclusion section is more than just a summary – it is a way of pulling together the main ideas that you have presented in the paper and making overall comments.
  • Do not introduce any new ideas or new references.
  • The conclusion should be no more than ½ of a page in length, in a single paragraph.
  • Be very careful to pay attention to the number, type, and quality of resources you use in each of the main parts of the paper.
  • You must use the individual chapter from the course textbook and not just reference the whole textbook. Referencing the whole textbook will contribute to a lower earned grade.

BREAKDOWN AT A GLANCE

  1. 1. Introduction-~1/4 to ½ page references is not expected
  • Clear indication of what is to be done in the paper
  1. 2. Personal stance on qualitative vs quantitative research in nursing~1/2 to 3/4page begin with rationale for each approach
  • Clearly document own personal stance i.e. in favor of one research approach over the other.
  • Clearly identify own rationale for personal stance i.e. Relativism/empiricism/qualitative; Realism/quantitative
  • Use page 29 in chapter 3 of the textbook at start of section identifying and describing the 2 branching philosophies of knowledge
  • I expect high level of critical reflection about why in favor of one research approach over the other, or why value both
  1. Nursing Metaparadigm ~1/2 to ¾ page; No Subheading. Single metaparadigm x 4 concepts
  • Clear description of the nursing metaparadigm (NM) and its 4 constituent concepts
  • Use I relevant, current scholarly article to assist in discussing the NM

(which I already provided the link https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7tb3224c

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  • Use chapter 1 of the book to assist in discussing the NM
  1. Personal Philosophy (<2 pages; ~1/2 page for each of the 4 concepts in the NM-Use subheadings; NO references; personal philosophy is developed through reflecting on these concepts.
  • Be clear to identify own values beliefs, and assumptions for each of Nursing, Person/Human Beings, Health, and Environment.
  • You will need to use language to show your values etc. example, I believe…….
  • Need to describe what each concept means to you
  1. Beginning link between personal philosophy and competencies from CNO document ~ ½ Page
  • I want you to pleas use the correct document, use this link to retrieve the document

College of Nurses of Ontario. (2019). Entry-to-practice competencies for registered nurses. Toronto, ON: Author. Retrieved from cno.org/globalassets/docs/reg/41037-entry-to-practice-competencies-2020.pdf [takes effect September 2020]

  • Clearly identify 1 competency in each of 2/6 roles (# & reference) refer to the writing content
  • Please show high level of critical reflection about how own personal philosophy (from part 4 of paper above) fits with the 2 competencies

I have chosen Professional. 2.2 CNO (2019, pp.5-6) and Professional. 2.3 CNO (2019, pp.5-6)

  1. Conclusion (1/4 to ½ page)
  • Must pull together main ideas in coherent, succinct, overall comments (not just summary of what was done)
  • Please do not introduce any new ideas or new references
  • About references It is NOT okay in this paper to have more than 4 The specific number you need is 4: the CNO document, the 2 textbook chapters (I provided link to e-book), + 1 scholarly article (I provided the link).

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FAQs

What is your personal philosophy of nursing? ›

Your philosophy of nursing captures your intrinsic beliefs and goals within the nursing profession. Defining your philosophy provides you with a deeper connection to those beliefs. It can help shape you as a nurse and provide direction for which skills and specialties you want to focus on strengthening.

What are the four Metaparadigm of nursing and explain each briefly? ›

The four metaparadigms of nursing include person, environment, health, and nursing. The metaparadigm of person focuses on the patient who is the recipient of care. This may encom- pass things such as a person's spirituality, culture, family and friends or even their socioeco- nomic status.

How do you explain Metaparadigm in nursing? ›

And direct or hands-on patient care the phenomenon of person nurses provide nursing care to persons.

What is an example of a nursing philosophy? ›

1. “As a nurse practitioner, my philosophy of nursing is to provide individualized care to my clients by acknowledging their unique situations, educating patients and their families, and providing unconditionally compassionate, high-quality care.

What is your personal philosophy? ›

A personal philosophy is a set of guiding principles that we live by. It influences everything from the words you say, to the steps you take, to the items that you will and will not purchase at the store. And individuals conceptualize philosophies in many ways.

How do you write a personal philosophy? ›

Consider telling a brief story about a significant event or person in your life or starting with a well-known quote. Then, explain how this connects to your philosophy. Write paragraphs about each of the sections of your outline. Incorporate a topic sentence for each theme, and add supporting details.

Should caring be part of the nursing Metaparadigm? ›

Caring should therefore be incorporated in the nursing metaparadigm since it will be a major boost to the profession. The nurses will feel good about their profession as they are trained, gained experience and able to develop a relationship with patients.

Which statement best describes nurses as a care provider? ›

What best describes nurses as a care provider? C. help client recognize and cope with stressful psychological situation.

What does Metaparadigm mean? ›

[met″ah-par´ah-dīm] a set of concepts and propositions that sets forth the phenomena with which a discipline is concerned. A metaparadigm is the most general statement of a discipline and functions as a framework in which the more restricted structures of conceptual models develop.

Why is Metaparadigm for nursing Important? ›

It is equally important for a nurse to be able to understand the worldviews of the patients whom we serve. This enables us to convey understanding and compassion in our interactions, which ultimately promotes health and healing. The study of how nurse scientists define metaparadigm concepts defines our profession.

What is the central concern of the nursing Metaparadigm? ›

Human caring as the moral ideal of nursing is the central focus of professional practice. It involves concern and empathy, and a commitment to the client's lived experience of human health and the relationships among wellness, illness, and disease.

What are the four 4 major concepts in nursing theories? ›

Fawcett has named person, health, environment and nursing as the four main concepts of nursing that need to be comprehensively defined. The Human Caring Theory is significant because of its focus on the spiritual dimension of human beings.

What are the five values of philosophy of nursing? ›

Core values of nursing include altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, honesty and social justice [3].

How has nursing philosophy and nursing theory affect nursing practice? ›

Nursing philosophy explains what nursing is and gives insight to why nurses practice the way they do. Nursing theory describes how nurses and patients are able to produce healing and good health, by using models to explain how beliefs and aspects of health are related.

What is the philosophy of nursing education? ›

The nursing education philosophy recognizes that students have individual learning needs, learning styles, readiness, support systems, and cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

What are some examples of personal philosophy? ›

15 Personal Philosophy Examples
  • “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde. ...
  • “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” – Ernest Hemingway. ...
  • “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” – Mae West. ...
  • “Be the change you want to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi.

Why is personal philosophy important? ›

“A clear, well-defined philosophy gives you the guidelines and boundaries that keep you on track,” — precise reason why you should have one that would guide and drive all your actions. These philosophies are nothing but your life long commitment aspiring to move much beyond simple self improvement.

What is an example of a philosophy statement? ›

"I aim to bring an open mind, a positive attitude, and high expectations to the classroom each day. I believe that I owe it to my students, as well as the community, to bring consistency, diligence, and warmth to my job in the hope that I can ultimately inspire and encourage such traits in the children as well."

How long should a personal philosophy statement be? ›

Generally, they are one to two pages. Use present tense and the first person, in most cases. Avoid technical terms and use broadly understood language and concepts, in most cases. Write with the audience in mind.

Why caring is important to nursing practice and profession? ›

Caring is essential in the nursing profession because it helps with the healing process. It is a way for nurses to show empathy, compassion and emotional support towards their patients. Caring can be done in many different ways, including talking to an individual or supporting them physically.

Which of the following is a component of a Metaparadigm in nursing? ›

Four major concepts are frequently interrelated and fundamental to nursing theory: person, environment, health, and nursing. These four are collectively referred to as metaparadigm for nursing. Person, Nursing, Environment, and Health – the four main concepts that make up the nursing metaparadigm.

What are the 4 common concepts in nursing theory which is said to be the most important? ›

According to the four concepts common in nursing theory; the person (patient), the environment, health & nursing (goals, roles, functions) can be analyzed. Each of these concepts is usually defined and described by a nursing theorist. Of the four concepts, the most important is that of the person.

What is the most important characteristic of a nurse-patient relationship? ›

A characteristic of a good nurse is one that shows empathy to each patient, making a true effort to put themselves in their patients' shoes. By practicing empathy, nurses are more likely to treat their patients as “people” and focus on a person-centered care approach, rather than strictly following routine guidelines.

What is the most unique characteristic of nursing? ›

Caring. The most unique characteristic of nursing as a profession is that, it is a CARING profession.

Which is the most important outcome of the nursing process? ›

Meet the nursing needs of each patient. Which is the most important outcome of the nursing process? 1. Meet the nursing needs of each patient.

How does the nursing Metaparadigm impact the implementation of culturally proficient nursing care? ›

The nursing meta paradigm influences the implementation of culturally proficient nursing care because it is associated with a set of theories and ideas, offering a structure to the functioning of the discipline. Culturally skilled nursing care goes hand-in-hand with the changing nature of society.

Which is Orem's view of nursing under the nursing Metaparadigm? ›

Orem's Nursing Metaparadigm: PERSON

Reflect upon themselves and their environment. Symbolize what they experience. Use symbolic creations in thinking, communicating, and guiding efforts to make things that are beneficial for themselves and for others.

Which nursing action is most likely to create a healing environment? ›

Which nursing action is most likely to create a healing environment? use technology to prevent hospital-acquired infections.

What is the difference between paradigm and Metaparadigm? ›

The paradigm is a vital concept steering the development of a scientific discipline. Paradigms that shape the education, research, and practice steps of a discipline are defined as metaparadigms.

What type of patient care model is the most common for student nurses and private duty nurses? ›

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The four major concepts in nursing theory are thePerson, Environment, Nursing, Health
What type of patient care model is the most common for student nurses and private duty nurses?Total patient care
This is the best patient care model when there are many nurses but few patients.Total patient care
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Why is there a need for you to know and understand the history of nursing? ›

Studying nursing history allows nurses to understand more fully problems currently affecting the profession, such as pay, regulation, shortage, education, defining practice, autonomy, and unity. Present day nurses cannot effectively address these important issues without a foundation of historical knowledge.

What are the 4 paradigms in nursing research? ›

The paradigms that have been used for nursing research are positivist, postpositivist, interpretive and critical social theory. The positivist paradigm arose from a philosophy known as logical positivism, which is based on rigid rules of logic and measurement, truth, absolute principles and prediction.

What is your concept of nursing? ›

Definition of Nursing

Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or well and in all settings. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people.

What is the best nursing theory for quality of life promotion? ›

It is based on the grand theory of Integral Nursing (Dossey). The mid range theory and the role of nurses as health and wellness coaches (with a national certification) enables nurses across the spectrum of care to support clients in their personal healing.

What is an example of a nursing practice theory? ›

An example is the belief that it is not good to have blood transfusion among specific religious groups and because of this transcultural theory, nurses are able to understand the belief of this group and therefore advocate for the client's preferences.

What are my theories of nursing? ›

In nursing, the four main metaparadigms, according to the Journal of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine, are person, environment, health and nursing. These four frameworks inform grand nursing theories, middle-range nursing theories and practice-level nursing theories.

What are the responsibilities of nurses? ›

Nurses are responsible for recognizing patients' symptoms, taking measures within their scope of practice to administer medications, providing other measures for symptom alleviation, and collaborating with other professionals to optimize patients' comfort and families' understanding and adaptation.

Why is it important to have a personal nursing philosophy? ›

“Your philosophy of nursing captures your intrinsic beliefs and goals within the nursing profession. Defining your philosophy provides you with a deeper connection to those beliefs. It can help shape you as a nurse and provide direction for which skills and specialties you want to focus on strengthening.

What is the philosophy of nursing education? ›

The nursing education philosophy recognizes that students have individual learning needs, learning styles, readiness, support systems, and cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Why are you passionate about nursing? ›

"The most rewarding thing about being a nurse is making a difference in the lives of others. It may be your patients, their families, or your students. Nursing offers us so many arenas to practice in.

What is Florence Nightingale philosophy of nursing? ›

Results: Florence Nightingale's philosophy and teachings emphasize that the nurse must use her brain, heart and hands to create healing environments to care for the patient's body, mind and spirit.

What are your guiding principles of personal philosophies that you think makes you a good nurse? ›

My personal core values and beliefs as an individual are kindness, honesty, persistence, lifelong learning, security, family, and success in achieving my goals. I use these values and beliefs to make personal decisions and live my every day life. I believe that the core of nursing is caring, knowledge, and integrity.

What are the five values of philosophy of nursing? ›

Core values of nursing include altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, honesty and social justice [3].

How is philosophy relevant in healthcare? ›

The philosophy of medicine seeks to establish and describe what medicine is, what it should do, and how it should do it. In other words, it provides the ideals, practicalities, and intellectual and applied ends of medicine as a human activity.

How do you write a personal philosophy of nursing education? ›

How to write a nursing philosophy
  1. Determine what first interested you in nursing. ...
  2. Figure out why nursing is important to you. ...
  3. List your strengths as a nurse. ...
  4. Outline your personal values. ...
  5. Consider the positive impact you want to have as a nurse. ...
  6. Reevaluate your nursing philosophy as you advance in your career.

What is personal philosophy of teaching? ›

What is personal teaching philosophy? A statement of teaching philosophy, or teaching statement, is a summation of your teaching strategies, beliefs, and practices, along with concrete examples of the ways those beliefs materialize in the learning environment, curriculum development, and more.

What are my theories of nursing? ›

In nursing, the four main metaparadigms, according to the Journal of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine, are person, environment, health and nursing. These four frameworks inform grand nursing theories, middle-range nursing theories and practice-level nursing theories.

What inspires you to become a nurse? ›

They have inspired me to become a nurse from their experience and my want to help others.” “I chose nursing because I liked interacting with people and thought it would be an interesting job – I was so right.” “I always wanted to study at University and, eventually, at the grand age of 46 I started my nursing degree.

How does being a nurse impact your life? ›

Your helping hand as a nurse impacts all of humanity. The patients you may work with will be in a vulnerable state and may be dealing with shock. As a nurse, you'll be the one that helps them feel safe and comfortable. The knowledge you hold as a nurse will help to provide comfort to both patients and their families.

How do you show passion in nursing? ›

During an interview and on the job, you can demonstrate your passion through the following: Care and compassion for others. Nurses must care for the sick but also provide support to patients' families, friends and loved ones—you'll need motivation to take care of those around you.

What is the major concepts of Florence Nightingale's theory? ›

Florence Nightingale's environmental theory is based on five points, which she believed to be essential to obtain a healthy home, such as clean water and air, basic sanitation, cleanliness and light, as she believed that a healthy environment was fundamental for healing.

What is the greatest contribution of Florence Nightingale to the nursing practice? ›

The foundations of nursing practiced across the world were pioneered by the greatest figure in nursing history, Florence Nightingale. She helped to define nursing practice by suggesting that nurses did not need to know all about the disease process like the medical field.

How does Nightingale's theory apply to current practice? ›

According to Nightingale, if nurses modify patients environment according to her 13 canons, she can help patient to restore his usual health or bring patient in recovery. Hence, Nightingale provided a basis for providing holistic care to the patients and it is still applicable today.

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