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Florence Nightingale’s work was an initial model for nursing. Did not view nursing as limited to the administration of medications and treatments but rather as oriented toward providing fresh air, light, warmth, cleanliness, quiet, and adequate nutrition, provides nurses with
Hildegard Peplau’s theory: focuses on the individual, the nurse, and the interactive process. The result is the nurse-client relationship. The client is an individual with a need, and nursing is an interpersonal and therapeutic process. Nursing’s goal is to educate the clie
Henderson’s theory defines nursing as “assisting the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities that will contribute to health, recovery, or a peaceful death and that the individual would perform unaided if he or she had the necessary strength, will, o
Roger’s theory consider the individual (unitary human being) as an energy field within the universe. The individual is a unified whole, continuously interacting with the environment, possessing personal integrity and manifesting characteristics that are more than the su
Leininger’s theory cultural care diversity and universality theory states that care is the essence of nursing and the dominant, distinctive, and unifying feature of nursing. The goal of the theory is to provide the client with culturally specific nursing care, to provide ca
Orem’s theory self-care deficit theory focuses on the client’s self-care needs. Defines self care as a learned, goal oriented activity directed toward the self in the interest on maintaining life, health, development, and well-being.
Roy’s theory adaption theory views the client as an adaptive system, to help client adapt to changes in physiological needs, self-concept, role function and interdependent relations during health and illness. Adapt in the series: physiological needs, positive self-con
Walson’s theory philosophy of transpersonal caring defines the outcome of nursing activity in regard to the humanistic aspects of life. Nursing’s purpose is to understand the interrelationship between health, illness, and human behavior, is concerned with promoting and r
Benner and Wrubel ‘s theory caring is central. Caring creates possibilities for coping, enables, possibilities for connecting with and concern for others, and allows for giving and receiving for help.
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