Modeling and Role Modeling Theory - 5 questions
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Who came up with the Modeling and Role-Modeling Theory?
Helen C. Erickson, Evelyn M. Tomlin, Mary Ann Swain. (Erickson, Tomlin, Swain)
What is the Modeling Role-Modeling Theory of Nursing?
This is a grand theory encompassing mid-range theories based on philosophical beliefs and assumptions about people, environments, health and nursing.
It is an interpersonal and interactive theory of nursing that requires the nurse to assess (model), plan (role-model), and intervene (5 aims of intervention) on the basis of the client's perspective of the world.
What are the Philosophical Assumptions?
Human consists of cognitive, biophysical, social, and psychological subsystems
What is the Philosophical Assumption for Humans?
They exist in a continual state of change.
Example: need for satisfaction, adaptation, and growth sequential development.
What is the Philosophical Assumption for Health?
a perception of well being. Good health successful Bad health failure
What is the Philosophical Assumption for Nurses?
Facilitate and interactive interpersonal relationship with the client.
What are the concepts of MRM?
-How people are alike
-How they differ from each
-What nurses do
What are the Similarities Among People?
-Attachment and Loss
What is the idea behind Holism?
that "HUMAN BEINGS" have multiple interacting subsystems including:
-genetic make up
What is Affiliated Individuation?
All people have instinctual drive to be accepted and dependent on support systems throughout life
AND also maintaining a sense of independence and freedom.
What is Attachment and Loss?
People have an innate drive to attach to objects that repeatedly meet their needs
People grieve the loss of any of these objects.
What are the Differences Among People?
Model of the World
What is Inherent Endowment?
Genetic as well as prenatal and perinatal influences that affect health
What is Model of the World?
A person's perspective of his or her own environment, based on past experiences, knowledge, state of life, etc.
What is Adaptation?
The way a person responds to stressors that is health and growth directed.
What's Modeling process?
gaining an understanding of the client's world from the client's perspective
What's the Role-Modeling process?
using that understanding of the client's world from Modeling to plan interventions that meet the client's perceived need and will assist the client to achieve holistic health
What is Role-Modeling based on?
the client's worldview
What are the 5 Aims of Intervention?
Promote positive orientation
Promote perceived client control
Affirm and promote Client's strengths
Set mutual health directed goals
What are the 3 Self Cares processes?
Knowledge, Resources, and Actions