This article is a brief overview of karen buhler wilkersons no place like home a history of nursing and home care in the united states baltimore the johns hopkins university press 2001 this project has been generously supported by the national library of medicine national center for nursing research university of pennsylvania research foundation frank morgan jones fund at the university of pennsylvania school of nursing and bayada nurses home care specialists. No place like home a history of nursing and home care in the us buhler wilkerson k1. Karen buhler wilkerson no place like home a history of nursing and home care in the united states baltimore and london johns hopkins university press 2001 pp xvi 293 illus gbp3100 hardback 0 8018 6598 0 please provide your kindle email pdf please select a format to send. No place like home sets out to determine why home care despite its potential as a cost effective alternative to institutional care remains a marginalized experiment in care giving nurse and historian karen buhler wilkerson traces the history of home care from its nineteenth century origins in organized visiting nurses associations through a time when professional home care nearly disappeared on to the 1960s when a new wave of home care gathered force as physicians hospital managers . No place like home a history of nursing and home care in the united states baltimore johns hopkins university press 2001 hamilton db1 author information 1school of nursing western michigan university usa pmid 12166481 indexed for medline publication types biography historical article mesh terms historiography history 19th century history 20th century
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