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Revista de Enfermagem Referência

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QUEIROS, Paulo Joaquim Pina. Disciplinary concepts in use by undergraduate and master’sstudents in Nursing. Rev. Enf. Ref. [online]. 2014, vol.serIV, n.2, pp.29-40. ISSN 0874-0283.  http://dx.doi.org/10.12707/RIII13120.

Background: The use of a disciplinary language and concepts is part of the integration into the scientific community. Objectives: To identify the terms used to define nursing, the set of concepts in use and its alignment with core concepts and patterns of knowing so that education is more in line with the state of the art of the theory. Methodology: Descriptive study with content analysis using two samples of undergraduate and master’s students. Results: The dispersion of terms and concepts showed difficulties in defining nursing; the term and concept of caring was used more often; the concepts of transition and well-being were not used by beginning master’s students; the term of transition was not central to undergraduates, but they greatly valued well-being; both undergraduate and master’s students easily perceived nursing as a science, emphasising the empirical pattern of knowledge; beginning master’s students, by being absent from formal education for a longer period, used disciplinary terms and concepts proposed by the nursing theory less often. Conclusion: Initial, postgraduate and lifelong training should contribute to and benefit from the systematisation of the theory produced and expressed in specific disciplinary language

Palabras clave : nursing theory; nursing education.

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