Upgrade to remove ads
Fundamentals of Nursing.
Terms in this set (49)
Set of defined concepts and relational statements that present a view/describe a phenomenon.
function of a theory.
to describe, explain, and predict.
Nursing: A Practice Discipline.
Fields of study in which central focus is performance of a professional role. Nursing is a practice discipline so the main function of a theory is to provide new possibilities for understanding the disciplines practice.
Individual aspects of a theory. Describe objects, portions of situations that contribute to the overall theory. A conceptual framework is a group of related ideas or concepts.
role of nurse theory.
Guides knowledge development and directs education, research and practice. Research guided by midlevel theories. Evidence based practice.
nursing as a caring practice.
A connection or mutual recognition with the patient. Making a difference in lives by leaving the 'self' behind.
Nightingale, Henderson, Watson.
Neuman, Ore, Rogers, Roy, King.
Peplau, Leininger, Parse.
First nurse theorist. developed the environmental theory. Health related to 5 important factors.
main ideas of environmental theory.
Disease is a reparative process regulated by nature. Nurse's job is to put the patient in the best possible situation for nature to act upon him/her. Same laws of health or nursing apply to the well as to the sick
Illness prevention is basic.
who established the theory of interpersonal relations.
Interpersonal relations theory.
Identifies therapeutic relationship between the nurse and patient. Identifies roles of the nurse: teacher, leader, resource, counselor, caregiver, or stranger/ 4 Phases of relationship (Orientation, Identification, Exploitation and Resolution).
who established the separation of nursing from medicine.
Science of Unitary Human Being: Irreducible, Dynamic energy fields, Interacts continuously.
General theory of Nursing.
Goal attainment theory.
who established the Systems model.
Developed theory on the persons reaction to stress. Each layer of the circle is made up of the person variables. 5 layers.
functions of the body.
emotions and mental processes.
relationship between culture relations & activities.
influence of spiritual beliefs.
development over a period of time.
who developed the adaptations model.
Defines adaptation as the process & outcome where the patient becomes aware & thinks/feels about things differently.
major concepts of adaptations model.
Adaptation, Person, Environment , Outcomes of adaptation.
cycle of adaptations model.
Input (stimuli)--Control process (thorough put)--Output (behavior).
4 adaptive modes in the adaptations model.
physiological, self concept group, interdependence, role function.
who developed the culture care theory and sunrise theory?
Caring is the essence of nursing, Caring is the unifying feature of nursing, Take into account the client's culture.
3 interventions of transcultural nursing.
Nurses should strive & maintain the patient's culture. Make accommodations for the patient around the culture. Nurse should repattern or restructure care to fit the patient.
culture care theory.
Culture care preservation and maintenance. Culture care accommodation, negotiation, or both. Culture care restructuring and repatterning.
who developed the human caring theory?
human caring theory.
caring is more healthful than curing.
Watson: Order of Needs.
biophysical needs, psychophysical needs, psychosocial needs.
who developed the human becoming theory.
human becoming theory.
guides nurses In their practice to focus on quality of life as it is described and lived. The patient chooses what they want to do.
3 assumptions of the human becoming theory.
Meaning: human becoming is choosing a personal meaning in a situation. Our reality is given meaning through experiences. Rhythmicity's: procreating rythmal patterns with the universe. Transcendent.
who developed the health promotion model?
health promotion model.
Patient's motivation to change is based on their value to change.
Caring is the "essence and central dominant construct of nursing".
who developed the bureaucratic model?
focused on caring as an organization of cultures (hospitals). Suggests that caring & nursing is influenced by these factors.
who developed the 6 C's of nursing.
6 C's of nursing.
compassion, competence, confidence, conscience, commitment, comportment.
Appropriate bearing, demeanor, dress, and language, that are in harmony with a caring presence. Respects others & demands respect.
Care is both transpersonal and metaphysical. needing to care for ourselves before the patient, in order to care more for the patient.
Caring is a process of as nursing through interventions. Centers really on pregnancy and post pregnancy.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Roles: APN Models & Frameworks
Policy Midterm & Final Exam (Haille Version)
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Ch 4: theoretical perspectives for nursing PN
Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Reliability and Validity
Introduction to quantitative research