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Phenomenology as a methodologic reference: sharing the experience of women who search for the prevention of cervical cancer



Phenomenology as a methodologic reference: sharing the experience of women who search for the prevention of cervical cancer



Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 5(3): 5-11



The article has the purpose to bring out the experience of having phenomenology as a methodological reference and Martin Heidegger's philosophical thinking expressed in the book entitled ¿Being and Time, used by nursing in order to understanding women who search for the prevention of cervical cancer as well as to analyse teh programs offered to women.

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