Nursing: Its Hidden Agendas traces the origins of attitudes and behaviours, their historical, psycho-social and professional backgrounds, their cross-generational transmission and their cause and effect. These hidden agendas can seriously damage progress and change in the nursing profession and must be recognised and checked at all levels. This unique study is essential reading for managers, nurse teachers, practising nurses and students alike.
An important book for nurses and all who work with them
Journal of the Institute of Health Education
Out of the past
The psychology of attitudes and values
A sociologist's view: the handmaiden's theory
Hidden curricula in nursing education
Political influences in nursing
Nursing values: nightmares and nonsense
Closing thoughts on hidden agendas - an epilogue.