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Application of Nursing Theory
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Application of Nursing Theory Name: University: Application of Nursing Theory Part I: Introduction Nursing theories offer a framework which nurses and nursing practice professionals can use to help in improving the service to their patients (Roberts, 2013).… As a result, nurses often turn to nursing theory in order to make sure that they are able to help the…
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Nursing theories are generally defined as interrelated concepts that provide a course of action that is both predictive and explanatory in nature. They help to provide an essential framework for thought in which situations can be adequately examined. In addition to this,… Although nursing theories are designed to address a range of concrete and specific…
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Both grand nursing theories and middle-range theories have been used to improve patient care delivery and patient satisfaction scores. However, it… Notably, it is essential to acknowledge that caring is the backbone of nursing. Though the post does not give a detailed proposition of the theory, it gives a rational application of the theory to nursing setting.…
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Literature proves that the concept of nursing is difficult to define though it is possible to elaborate the core values of nursing and the team spirit… The aim of this paper is to provide a core reflection of what nursing entails and do the comparison of their values and images of nursing and the one written down by theorists. The nursing theory has many…
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Application of Nursing Theory to Clinical Practice
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This paper addresses the McGill model in the context of the nursing practice. In doing this, the paper will provide a brief overview of the McGill nursing model in relation to the provision of care to a certain patient. … The family feature relates to unrestricted relationships between a person and the environment. On the other hand, the collaboration feature…
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Application of Nursing Theory to Practice
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This paper talks that the self-regulation theory asserts that effectively accomplishing an intended behavior is a purpose of three fundamental self-regulatory phases that a person should take part in, they include; self-monitoring, self-evaluation, and self-reinforcement. … The purpose of this paper is to choose a middle range theory that may be applied to the…
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The self-care deficit theory is a middle range nursing theory developed to be used in the nursing care unit by Dorothea Orem (1959 to 2001). Also referred to… Dorothea stated that patients could recover more quickly and holistically if only they were allowed to conduct their daily living activities on themselves to best their abilities. The theory can be…
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The premise of goal attainment seeks to illustrate how two different parties come together in a health organization to receive or to offer a health related services (Meleis, 2011). The nurses and clients communicate, set goals then apply mutual efforts to achieve them (Meleis,… A nurse manager who has authority over the staff calls them for a meeting whereby…
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Application of Nursing Theory to administrative practice arena
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This development has been facilitated by the nursing theories developed by nursing theorists. Some of these theories have been used by nurse leaders to assist improving patient care delivery and… According to Meleis (2007), self-care theory supports the establishment of contractual associations between nurses and patients. The establishment of effective…
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Application of nursing theory to clinical practice paper
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It may define or describe concepts, health-related events and propose something about them either by explaining functions, relationships, associations and performance, among other… The postpartum depression also called as Baby Blues (depending on the severity of the condition) was one of the topics considered for this paper along with other conditions relating…
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Theory Application Paper: Transcultural Nursing Theory
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This paper is divided into four major parts. The first part is introduction, where the reader will be acquainted with the nurse theorist and her contributions. The significance and value of the theory will be discussed. In the next section, we will define and explain the theory.… The nursing theorist who has been selected for this paper is Madeleine M.…
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Nursing theory, and application to practice
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There are many practice problems noted every day and there are practices initiated to solve those problems. However, many of those problems do not stay fixed. Staff have a tendency to move back to old habits of care. Ensuring satisfaction, safety, and staff nurse efficiency is a difficult thing for frontline managers today and there are many practices being studied to improve care.…
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Application of Communication Theory to Nursing
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The intuitive of interaction is to exchange information in some of the other method. This exchange of information is nothing but communication. (Haslett, 1987) There are many methods in which the interaction can happen. Few to… Communication is one of the major assets that make human beings knowledgeable. Knowledgeable as the number of ways humans interact are…
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Nursing theory and its application in nursing practice
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Leininger’s theory of culture care diversity and universality was developed by a nurse in the 1950’s to explain the relation between cultural care, knowledge and the efficiency of patient care (Jones, Cason, Bond, 2004). The theory holds that the missing link between… eory is essentially a description of how culture care is an essential part of a nurse’s…
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Application of a Nursing Theory: Jean Watson Theory
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Jean Watson is an American nursing theorist born in West Virginia. Watson had in her honor six honorary doctorates degrees. Her education in the field were mainly in nursing, educational counseling and psychology and mental health nursing. … Application of a Nursing Theory: Jean Watson Theory From this approach, Watson cites the human being as general form…
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Application of a Borrowed Nursing theory to a Nursing Issue
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This research is being carried out to discuss how a specific middle-range nursing theory has been or could be applied by nurse leaders or nurse managers to effectively deal with an administrative issue (i.e, staffing, use of supplies, staff performance issues).… This research will begin with the statement that nursing theories have profound effects on…
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Nursing theory application paper Parses Human Becoming Theory
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Baby AB, a one month old baby girl, was diagnosed with palliative congenital heart defect. She underwent surgery and was recovering in an open heart recovery room. The baby is on her way to recovery and towards extubation. But then while baby AB is on extubation, the patient experienced difficulty in reintubation.… The parent of bay AB was distraught of the…
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What relationships do you find between gran nursing theories and application to clinical practice.provide one example that uses a specific gran range theory to support your views
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Meleis (2007) denotes that grand nursing theories form the basis for nursing practice. According to McEwen and Wills (2014), grand theories consist of conceptions that represent global… For instance Orlando’s nursing process theory offers insights on the nursing process (Parker & Smith, 2010). This theory notes that nurses ought to connect to patients and…
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Select a grand nursing theory.Explain how application of this theory by nurse leaders and nurse managers can influence outcomes from two of the following areas
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It is the occurrence of these issues and problems that necessitates the importance of leadership and theories in nursing. In essence, if there were no issues to resolve, then it would not be… This theory is grounded on the supposition that the founding principle of nursing is bound in caring as the root of nursing (Burtson & Stichler, 2010). Nurse leaders can…
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Application of Theory Paper
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The components of a theory are based around the concept, definition, assumption and phenomenon. Nursing theories are designed to guiding the practice of nursing by generating new… The theory makes use of the fourteen components which are solely based on the wants of human beings. The theory works on two major assumptions which are “Care givers also known as…
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Application of theory paper
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It may be considered as the knowledge available for health care, others restrict it to a particular set of information, or specific set of practices, and for some it… For this reason, a wide gap between practice and hypothesis continues to persist in the field of nursing. However, this is not always the case, in certain cases the difference in expected and…
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Philosophies of Nursing
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Health complications implicate diverse issues such as a patient’s dilemma in the fight for life, the desperation caused by the inflection of pain and suffering from the disease. Ideally, patients often engage in several internal dilemmas within. The outsoaring of the social… There exists a unique interplay between the patients’ beliefs and the effectiveness of…
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Vision for the Future of Nursing
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Vision for the Future of Nursing Evidence-based practice can be defined as “the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of the current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients” (Sackett, Rosenberg, Gray, Hayes, and Richardson, 1996).… Evidence-based nursing draws upon the results and findings of ongoing research in nursing so…
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Nursing theory
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G., Geden, E., Isaramalai, S., & Wongvatunyu, S. (January 01, 2000). Orems self-care deficit nursing theory: its philosophic foundation and the state of the science. Nursing Science Quarterly, 13, 2, 104-10. This is an article which talks and discusses in detail… The article informs the readers about how this theory by Dorothea Orem has been effectively used…
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Evaluation of Cheryl Beck's Postpartum Depression Theory using 2 methods
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“Concept Analysis” dates back to the middle of the twentieth century when John Wilson published his book called “Thinking with Concepts” in 1963. Wilson’s intention was to popularize some of the analytical methods used during that period. Soon after Lorraine Walker and… It is full of evolving and receding paradigms. The new millennium has brought us forward…
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