EBPP Is a big part of the development of knowledge because nurses generally make decisions evolved from personal experiences in practice or from the knowledge base of the nurse. Each event or situation evolves from the practitioners knowledge and experiences at a given time. ” (RUN, 999) Philosophy has impacted the development of nursing repeatedly over time alongside human economics and political history. (Anne M. Ashcan PhD(c), 2011 ) One example is Nightingale’s theory of a supporting environment promoting the healing processes of individuals could be evolved from AY-Salami’s tenet of ethical nursing practice in the early 6th century. (Anne M. Ashcan PhD(CLC 2011). References Andrew McKee, F. B. (2012).
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