Nursing's Four Metaparadigm Concepts?

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Nursing metaparadigm is a nursing statement or group of statements that identifies phenomena which encompass a series of philosophical assumptions and also guides the approach to those assumptions. It has four interrelated central concepts which are Person, Environment, Health, and Nursing. Nursing metaparadigm serves to strengthen the entire conceptual field of the nursing profession.
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