Epistemología de la enfermería: de las visiones del mundo y su adecuación al método científico

Nursing epistemology: worldviews in nursing and their adaptation to the scientific method

  • Ramiro Altamira Camacho Departamento de Enfermería. Centro de Ciencias de la Salud. Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, México. Grupo Nodal Transdisciplinario para la Investigación en Salud, Cuidado y Tecnología (G-NTICyT)
Palabras clave: Conocimientos en enfermería, Enfermería, Epistemología, Método científico
Key-words: Knowledge in nursing, Nursing, Epistemology, Scientific method

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Altamira Camacho, Ramiro. Epistemología de la enfermería: de las visiones del mundo y su adecuación al método científico. Temperamentvm. 2023; 19: e14221. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/t/e14221 [acceso: 24/06/2024]
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