Nurse practitioner-patient discourse: uncovering the voice of nursing in primary care practice

R Johnson
Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice 1993, 7 (3): 143-57; discussion 159-63
This study focused on nurse practitioner-patient conversations. The purpose was to uncover a process that might contribute to understanding the positive outcomes of nurse practitioner (NP) care. Transcripts from 24 audiotaped NP-patient conversations and three NP-researcher interviews, as well as 100 hours of field notes from observations, were analyzed using a combination of discourse and ethnographic analysis.

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