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Interpretive Studies in Healthcare and the Human Sciences

Nancy L. Diekelmann, Series Editor, and Pamela Ironside, Series Assistant Editor

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Aimed at both health care practitioners and scholars in the human sciences, this series examines current issues in the practice of healthcare, both in the United States and internationally. The series encourages interpretive approaches to these issues, specifically interpretive phenomenology, critical social theory, and feminist and postmodern discourses.

 

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Meaning in Suffering
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Meaning in Suffering
Caring Practices in the Health Professions
Edited by Nancy E. Johnston and Alwilda Scholler-Jaquish
Spring 2007

Listening to the Whispers
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Listening to the Whispers
Re-thinking Ethics in Healthcare
Edited by Christine Sorrell Dinkins and Jeanne Merkle Sorrell
Spring 2006

Beyond Method
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Beyond Method
Philosophical Conversations in Healthcare Research and Scholarship
Edited by Pamela M. Ironside
Spring 2005

Many Voices
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Many Voices
Toward Caring Culture in Healthcare and Healing
Edited by Kathryn H. Kavanagh and Virginia Knowlden
Spring 2004

Teaching the Practitioners of Care
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Teaching the Practitioners of Care
New Pedagogies for the Health Professions
Edited by Nancy L. Diekelmann
Spring 2003

First, Do No Harm
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First, Do No Harm
Power, Oppression, and Violence in Healthcare
Edited by Nancy L. Diekelmann
Spring 2002