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Enfermería Global

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MINGUEZ MORENO, Inmaculada  and  SILES GONZALEZ, José. Evolution of scientific history production in Spanish nursing 1966-2013. Enferm. glob. [online]. 2015, vol.14, n.39, pp.273-290. ISSN 1695-6141.

Objectives: Know the evolution and the international visibility of the scientific production in nursing history in Spain, in the second half of XX century to the present. Know which Spanish Universities have more scientific production about the history of Spanish nursing, during the studied period. Compare the scientific production about English-speaking history nursing countries and Spain. Methods: A qualitative studied was used through an integrative review. A secondary source was used: Sciverse Scoups which included other bases. All documents which were about nursing history were included. Results: The scientific production about nursing history in Spain, it isn't showed as one of the most interesting fields for the investigation. (10,80%). The University of Alicante it is shown as the Spanish University which has more nursing history production. There is an important difference in the scientific production between English-speaking countries and Spain. Conclusions: Spain is the tenth country in scientific production of one hundred and four countries included in database. The Spanish scientific production continues being modest if it is compared with English speaking countries. The scientific Spanish production continues being modest if it is compared with English speaking countries. There is bias about Hiades (which have exclusive dedication to the nursing history) or the partial indexation of INDEX (only included since 2007) can be the cause.

Keywords : Nursing history; Spain; English-speaking countries.

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