Wisdom and Mental Health Nursing

Cleary, M., & Horsfall, J. (2016). Wisdom and mental health nursing. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37(1), 63-65.

Excerpt: Wisdom is a complex quality. For example, one person's inconsequential recognition or perception may be experienced as extraordinary or incredibly insightful to another (Randall & Kenyon, 2004). Broadly, wisdom is considered to be a higher personal attribute that embodies a special combination of intelligence and insight gained from life experience. Wisdom is considered to be comparatively rare, although reflective and morally inclined people may actuvely seek wisdom and those who pursue such a pathhold that it is a valuable and desirable human quality or virtue.

Read the article: Cleary, M., & Horsfall, J. (2016). Wisdom and mental health nursing. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37(1), 63-65.



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