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Describes and gives defining characteristics to the person, environment, nursing, and health. Roy Adaptation Model
Relating to the five part problem solving process (ADPIE). Nursing Process
Used as one of the frameworks of course objectives, but also as the framework for evaluation of student progress and performance. ADN Competencies
What are the 4 Modes of Adaptation? Physiological, Self, Role, & Interdependent Modes.
Greater than the sum of all 4 of the Modes of Roy? Holistic Nature
Psychosocial Theory of Development? Erikson
Self Concept? Identity, Body Image, and Role Performance.
What are the 7 Basic Human Needs? Oxygenation, Fluid & Electrolyte Regulation, Nutrition, Elimination, Rest/Activity, Neurosensory Regulation, and Protection needs.
Responses to stimuli from the environment to meet the survival needs? Physiological Mode
Need to know who one is so that one can be & exist with a sense of unity? Self Concept Mode
Need to know who one is in relation to others so that one can act (play the role) appropriately? Role Function Mode
Based on developmental stages of life, essentially ones age & sex e.g. adolescent generative adult. Consider instrumental & expressive behaviors. Primary Role
Relatively permanent that are assumed to carry out that tasks are associated with the developmental stages of life or primary role e.g. mother, son, father, teacher, nurse, accountant. Secondary Role
Temporary roles, freely chosen or short term, that have little influence or a temporary influence on other roles, e.g. carpool driver, camper, shopper. These roles could be moved to secondary role if increased in importance for the person. Tertiary Role
Task related, goal oriented have achievement or action outcome Do not have immediate gratification. Instrumental Behaviors
Related to emotional satisfaction, feeling responses, have emotional or gratifying outcome, immediate gratification. Expressive Behaviors
Needs to have close relationships to meet: Affectional adequacy, Developmental adequacy, Resource adequacy. Interdependance Mode
The idea that natural systems (physical, biological, chemical, social, economic, mental, linguistic etc.) and their properties, should be viewed as wholes, not as collections of parts. Holism/Holistic view
Perception of how one feels about physical self, body appears, functions, size, wholeness, or "how body feels or looks to me". Physical Self
Perception of what and who I am, expresses ones personality, what do I wan To Become? Personal Self
The part of the self that strives to maintain uniformity and organization in daily life for adaptation. Self-Consistency
The part of self that is concerned with what one can be or expects to Be and do. Self-Ideal
The part of self-concerned with formation of conscience, The Knowledge of right or wrong, the setting of standards, religious feelings, and evaluating the degree to which "I am Who and what I Say I am". Moral-Ethical Self
Responses promote integrity (wholeness) in terms of goals of the human system (survival, growth, reproduction, and mastery). Adaptive Behaviors
Responses do not Contribute to goals of the human system (survival, growth, reproduction, and mastery). Ineffective Behaviors
Stimuli that are most immediate confronting the person. Focal Stimuli
Are stimuli that are identified as influencing the current situation. Contextual Stimuli
Stimuli that may influence the adaptive level, but whose effect has not been confirmed. Residual Stimuli
Are the adaptive processes of the regulator subsystem which respond automatically. (Neural, chemical, and endocrine) Innate Coping Mechanisms
Are developed through processes of the cognator subsystem and include perception, information processing, learning, judgement, and emotions. Acquired Coping Mechanisms
What are the 4 concepts that are the essential part of the nursing model? Person, Health, Nursing, Enviorment
Maslow's Hierarchy of Human Needs (5) Physiological, Safety, Belonging, Esteem, Self Actualization.
Created by: BOjangles1006