Nosey Parkers? Professional Curiosity in Nursing and Social Work

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Mantell, AR and Jennings, M (2016). Nosey Parkers? Professional Curiosity in Nursing and Social Work. 22nd International Network for Psychiatric Nursing (NPNR) Research Conference. Nottingham Trent University, UK 15 - 16 Sep 2016
AuthorsMantell, AR and Jennings, M
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Research question: What is the significance of professional curiosity to contemporary nursing and social work practice? Aims: Identify the knowledge base that has been produced by nursing and social work. Identify themes with significance for trans-disciplinary practice. Objective: To highlight the contribution that professional curiosity may make to practice in both professions.

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