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Journal of Nursing : Philosophy



  • My Teaching Learning Philosophy
    Hina Nizar Karim
    My philosophy of teaching learning revolves around the profound belief of Peter (1965). I strongly believe there are certain responsibilities of teachers to make teaching learning effective. First of all, educators must create a difference between education and teaching. Secondly, teaching learning process must be student centered. It must provide opportunity to students to learn according to their interest and needs. Further, students are also responsible for their own learning. Based on my teaching learning philosophy, I can recommend to bring immediate change in our teaching learning environment we need power and authority which now I can bring as a nurse educator.
  • The Healing Impact of Palliative Care Gerontology 
    The Healing Impact of Palliative Care Gerontology by Sallie Guthrie, RN
    Palliative care is a philosophy and treatment to give an improved quality of life to those near the end of life and those with life-limiting conditions.
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