material herein. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Nursing theorists and their work / [edited by] Martha Raile Alligood. — Eighth edition. p. ; cm. Nursing Theorists and Their Work - Download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /. pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Oct 1, , John Paley and others published Nursing Theorists and Their Work, sixth edition.

Nursing Theorists And Their Work Pdf

Language:English, Indonesian, Japanese
Published (Last):05.07.2016
ePub File Size:15.82 MB
PDF File Size:20.13 MB
Distribution:Free* [*Sign up for free]
Uploaded by: VANESA

Nursing theorists and their work 7e pdf. 1. Nursing Theorists and Their Work, 7e Martha Raile Alligood, Ann Marriner Tomey; 2. Publisher. This very special book is intended to honor the work of nursing theorists and these theories in their day-to-day nursing care, by reflecting and presenting the. The most comprehensive of its kind, Nursing Theorists and Their Work, 8th Edition provides an in-depth look at 39 theorists of historical, international, and.

History of Nursing Science 5.

Kari Martinsen: Philosophy of Caring Martha E. Rogers: Unitary Human Beings Dorothea E.

Imogene M. Betty Neuman: Systems Model Sister Callista Roy: Adaptation Model Anne Boykin and Savina O.

Nursing theorists and their work

Afaf Ibrahim Meleis: Transitions Theory Nola J. Pender: Health Promotion Model Madeline M. Margaret A. Newman: Health as Expanding Consciousness Rosemarie Rizzo Parse: Humanbecoming Helen C. Erickson, Evelyn M. Tomlin, Mary Ann P. Swain: Modeling and Role-Modeling Gladys L. Husted and James H. Ramona T.

Merle Mishel: Uncertainty in Illness Theory Nursing is based on theoretical knowledge that guides nursing practice. The professional practice of nursing is creative and imaginative and exists to serve people.

Navigation menu

It is rooted in intellectual judgment, abstract knowledge, and human compassion. Rogers discusses structuring nursing education programs to each nursing as a science and as a learned profession. To Nursing Research Rogers conceptual model provides a stimulus and direction for research and theory development in nursing science. Emerging from Rogers model are theories that explain human phenomena and direct nursing practice. The Rogerian model, with its implicit assumptions, provides broad principles that conceptually direct theory development.

Rogers identified the principles of change as helicy, resonancy and integrality. The helicy principle describes spiral devt in continuous, nonrepeating and innovative patterning. Principle of resonancy , patterning changes with devt from lower to higher frequency with varying degrees of intensity.

Nursing theorists and their work

Selects alternative courses of action, and has the ability to record their history through their own language and symbols, unique, holistic and have different needs, wants and goals. Nursing Nursing is an act wherein the nurse interacts and communicates with the client. The nurse helps the client identify the existing health condition. The goal of the nurse in this theory is to help the client maintain health through health promotion and maintenance, restoration and caring for the sick and dying.

Health King viewed health as the ability of a person to adjust to the stressors that the internal and external environment exposes to the client Adjusting to the environment bring the client back to their usual roles before the reaction occurred. Environment Environment is the background for human interactions. It involves: Internal environment transforms energy to enable person to adjust to continuous external environmental changes.

External environment involves formal and informal organizations. Nurse is a part of the patients environment. Interacting Systems Framework King proposed that the nurse interacts in the system simultaneously at three different levels, namely Personal, Interpersonal and social Frameworks.

Personal how the nurse views and integrates self based from personal goals and beliefs. Interpersonal - how the nurse interrelates with a co-worker or patient particularly in a nursepatient relationship. Social - how the nurse interacts with coworkers, superiors, subordinates and the client environment in general.

Professional need communication to successfully and correctly make decisions for their plan of care. The significance of Kings theory have been applied to different professional practice setting such as in nursing administration, theory based practice in the emergency department, in tertiary hospitals and in the community. To Nursing Education Kings interacting system has been used to design the nursing curriculum in different schools and universities and framework for nursing education.

It provides a systematic means of viewing the nursing profession, organizing nursing knowledge and clarifying the nursing discipline.

To Nursing Research Kings theory has been one of theoretical basis of some researchers that helped in formulating a system view of the application of the nursing practice. Her research literature was based on the existing evidences during her study. She maintains the simplicity of her theory even if she presented different complex concepts.

Browse more videos

Generality Kings theory has been said to have limited application for the nursing practice. It was stated that the interaction between the nurse and the client also comprises non-verbal communication that cannot be clearly defined and evaluated.

A developing organism that tries to reduce anxiety caused by needs. Health She considers health as a word that symbolizes movement of the personality and other ongoing human processes that directs the person towards creative, constructive, productive and community living.

Nursing Peplau described Nursing as a significant, therapeutic interpersonal process.

It functions cooperatively with human processes that present health as a possible goal for individuals Environment She defines Environment as forces outside the organism and in the context of the sociallyapproved way of living, from which vital human social processes are derived such as norms, customs and beliefs.

Theory of Interpersonal Relations Peplau described the nurse-patient relationship as a four phase phenomenon. One can view them as separate entities.

Each phase is unique and has distinguished contributions on the outcome of the nursepatient intreaction; Phases of Nurse-Patient Relationship are 1. Orientation 2.

Identification 3. Exploitation 4. Resolution Orientation phase Problem defining phase Starts when client meets nurse as stranger Defining problem and deciding type of service needed Client seeks assistance, conveys needs, ask questions, shares preconceptions and expectations of past experiences.

Nurse responds, explains roles to client, helps to identify problems and to use available resources and services. Patient begins to have a feeling of belonging and a capability of dealing with the problem which decreases the feeling of helplessness and hopelessness.Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions.

Kakai Ablanque Lopoz.

Nursing theory

Martha Raile Alligood. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. March Nursing -- Philosophy.

Our interactive player makes it easy to find solutions to Nursing Theorists and Their Work problems you're working on - just go to the chapter for your book. User lists Similar Items. Your request to send this item has been completed.

DESIRE from Shreveport
Please check my other articles. One of my hobbies is beekeeping. I fancy exploring ePub and PDF books owlishly.