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Trust: A Concept Analysis With Watson's Theoretical Perspective.

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Summary of "Trust: A Concept Analysis With Watson's Theoretical Perspective."

Trust is a concept discussed in the literature of many disciplines, but the definitions used are varied. In this paper, the author explores the use of trust in various disciplines to create a definition suitable for nursing science using Watson's theoretical perspective.

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Name: Nursing science quarterly
ISSN: 1552-7409
Pages: 356-360

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