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|Title: ||Om kallstanken og moderniseringen av sykepleien|
|Authors: ||Hvalvik, Sigrun|
|Issue Date: ||2004 |
|Abstract: ||The calling has been fundamental in the development of skilled nursing. This
development took place in a context claiming alliance to traditional female values; values
that had much in common with those associated with the calling.
Using the Norwegian nursing leader, Bergljot Larsson, as an example, this article
will discuss the role of the calling in the modernization of nursing. It is argued that the
calling had a contradictiory role, representing both an aid and an obstacle in the efforts
that were made to modernize nursing.
The article is based on the thesis "Bergljot Larsson and modern nursing" (2002).
The approach is primarily that of historical biography, derived from a range of written
sources. In this connection sources from the archives of the Norwegian Nursing
Assocition and the early 20th century issues of the periodical Sykepleien have been of
|Publisher: ||Norsk selskap for sykepleieforskning|
|Document type: ||Journal article|
|Appears in Collections:||Institutt for helsefag|
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