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Outcomes of caring in nursing are key indicators of the personal and social value of nursing. Trends in health care economics make it imperative that nurses specify the value added to health care situations from nursing. Current efforts to achieve this goal have resulted in language that fails to communicate the richness of caring in nursing. This research-based paper proposes a framework and approach to the specification of outcomes of caring in nursing, reconceptualized as the value experienced in a nursing situation.