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She used her contacts with powerful men in govt to obtain supplies and personnel needed to care for the wounded during Crimean War Florence Nightingale
Was able to fight incompetence & obtain decent care for the wounded Civil War Soldiers by using influential people in Washington Hannah Ropes
used the buildup and excitement of the World's Fair to bring together nurses and form the first nursing organization Isabel Hampton
This document defines nursing legally, and the scope of nursing practice is outlined Nurse Practice Act
" The act of utilizing the environment of the patient to assist him in his recovery" Florence Nightingale
" the unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual , sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to the health or its recovery' that would do for themselves if they could Virginia Henderson
Defines nursing, describes what nurses do, and provides goals and outcomes of care Nursing Theory
Nurses derive knowledge through Carpers patterns of knowing 4 empirical(scientific), aesthetic(creative) knowledge, personal knowledge and ethical knowledge
a particular viewpoint or perspective " a worldview" Paradigm
the major concepts in a discipline that names the phenomena of concern Meta- paradigm
Made up of concepts and propositions theories
these are mental images of a phenomenon concepts
this describes the relationship between concepts propositions
the structure that links concepts together, representing a unified whole Conceptual frame work
a symbolic representation of a theory shown through diagrams, words, or notations conceptual model
this provides an overall framework for structuring ideas Grand theory
this is used to address more narrow defined phenomena and can be used to suggest an intervetion Middle range thoery
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