|The Relationship of Theory and Practice in the Acquisition of Skill||p. 1|
|Entering the Field: Advanced Beginner Practice||p. 25|
|The Competent Stage: A Time of Analysis, Planning, and Confrontation||p. 61|
|Proficiency: A Transition to Expertise||p. 103|
|Expert Practice||p. 137|
|Impediments to the Development of Clinical Knowledge and Ethical Judgment in Critical Care Nursing||p. 171|
|Clinical Judgment||p. 199|
|The Social Embeddedness of Knowledge||p. 233|
|The Primacy of Caring and the Role of Experience, Narrative, and Community in Clinical and Ethical Expertise||p. 279|
|Implications of the Phenomenology of Expertise for Teaching and Learning Everyday Skillful Ethical Comportment||p. 309|
|The Nurse-Physician Relationship: Negotiating Clinical Knowledge||p. 335|
|Implications for Basic Nursing Education||p. 369|
|Implications for Nursing Administration and Practice||p. 405|
|Background and Method||p. 435|
|Description of Nurse Informants||p. 463|
|Background Questions for Interviews and Observations||p. 465|
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