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CCC [Fundamentals] Nursing Theory (Ch 2)

The use of formalized methods to generate information about a phenomenon research
A relational statement, or a statement that proposes a relationship between concepts. proposition
Basic building block of theory, or vehicle of thought concept
Field of study discipline
An observable fact that can be perceived through the senses and explained phenomenon
Describes, explains, or predicts situations, and provide an orderly way to veiw phenomena theory
Nursing practice, theory, and research exist as a closely related whole
Represents a grand nursing theory Nightingale's Notes on Nursing
Nursing theory development and research activities are directed towards developing nursing practice standards
The unifying force in a discipline that names the phenomena of concern to that discipline is called metaparadigm
the major concepts that provide structure to the domain of nursing person, environment, health, and nursing
Provided the nursing profession with the philosophical basis from which other theories have emerged an developed Florence Nightingale
Conservation theory's four basic principles published in 1969's Introduction to Clincial Nursing. Conservation of energy, structural integrity, personal integrity, and social integrity
Conservation theory was developed by Myra Levine
Presented the self-care deficit theory of nursing (S-CDTN) in the book Nursing Concepts of Practice Dorothea Orem
S-CDTN has three interconnecting theories theory of self care, theory of self-care deficit, and theory of nursing systems.
Produced the Roy adaption model by combining genreal systems theory with adaption theory Sister Callista Roy
Theory of human caring that states "caring is the essence of nursing and the most central and unifying focus of the nursing practice" Jean Watson
A structure that links glocal concepts together and represents the unified whole of a larger reality conceptual framework
the basic elements that structure a nursing theory are concepts and propositions
Maslow's heirarchy of needs, Erikson's human development, and Selye's general adaption syndrome theory are all non-nursing theories but are often incorporated into nursing practice together with specific nursing theories. Used in conjuntion, is transformed by the unique approach of the nursing perspective.
Culturally component care requires the nurse to work within the client's cultural belief system to resolve health problems. Cultural Care Diversity Theory
The central purpose of cultural care diversity is to discover, document, interpret, and explain the phenomenon of cultural care as a synthesized construct
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