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Autonomy among nursing staff: moments and actions


, : Autonomy among nursing staff: moments and actions. Puerto Rico Health Sciences Journal 9(1): 25-28

The work Autonomy in Nursing: Moments and Actions presents three points of view: positions assumed by nurses, nursing's evolution and the stereotyped image society has that constitutes a barrier to the progress of nursing. The paper presents local, national and international moments and actions that are evidences of nursing autonomy. The work also presents past glorious moments that as presented by investigators demonstrate barriers for the accomplishments of that desire autonomy. Finally the paper calls the group attention for actions for the 21st. century, that will prove that nurses belong to an altruist group prepare to assume the responsibility of its actions in accordance to the plans they are expected to fulfill.

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