Munro, Kathleen (2006) A response to Haigh (2005): Where are the keynote debates in nurse education? Nurse Education Today, 26 (2). pp. 93-96. ISSN 0260-6917
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Haigh (2005) asserted that ‘there is no strong element of debate detectable in the discipline of nurse education’ and presented four hypotheses to justify her stance. In many respects, it could be argued that she is correct as there is little apparent evidence of literary debate between nurse education authors, unlike the established practice of philosophy of education scholars in relation to general and liberal education.
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