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BACKES, Dirce Stein et al. Systemic Interactivity between Interdependent Concepts of Nursing Care. Aquichan [online]. 2016, vol.16, n.1, pp.24-31. ISSN 1657-5997.

The objective of this study is to outline and discuss the systemic interactivity between interdependent concepts of nursing care from the standpoint of Edgar Morin's theoretical approach. It is argued that the systemic concept of nursing care can be conceived from an expanded, antagonistic, complementary, interdependent and dynamic interactive concept of processes and counter-processes from the standpoint of nursing, health, healthy living, vulnerable communities and social entrepreneurship in nursing. A broader and interdependent understanding of those concepts makes it possible, in short, to go beyond the linearity of the health-disease process and achieve more effective results in terms of health promotion and protection

Keywords : Nursing; nursing care; health; health systems; health promotion.

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