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Nursing Models

 

 

McGill Model of Nursing

 

  • McGill School of Nursing - The McGill Model - McGill Model of Nursing. Demonstrating theory in practice: examples of the McGill Model of Nursing. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing.  

  • McGill Model of Nursing - The School of Nursing at McGill University, under the leadership of Dr. Moyra Allen, developed and established the complementary role of the nurse in the 1970's. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)

 

Available Publications

 

From Models to Modules: Studies in Cognitive Science from the McGill Workshops (Theoretical Issues in Cognitive Science)
The chapters in this volume are the result of a series of Cognitive Sciences Workshops held at McGill University. Each workshop was organized around a different theme and each of these topics is represented in the volume: language acquisition and development; text and text processing; computer chess; grammars, parsers, and language comprehension; scientific reasoning and problem solving; language and the brain; and semantics. The topics are approached from the perspectives of linguistics, psychology, philosophy, computer science, and neurology.
Hardcover: 295 pages
Publisher: Ablex Publishing (January 1, 1986)
ISBN: 0893913553

     


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