A Conceptual Model of Service Quality and Its Implications for Future Research

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Patients do benefit from EBP and having access to information which aides in the process is greatly needed. I like Orlando's theory. Orlando's theory is very usable in many nursing situations. Nursing needs to try to meet the patient's immediate needs as quickly as possible (Fawcett, 2005). This theory may be related to the incident of falls. Falls continue to be an issue throughout healthcare. It has reached the level of concern to where agencies will no longer pay for complications received from a falls. If the patient is visited prior to the level of discomfort of the patient, the crisis intervention will not be needed. This theory would also decrease the need for changing the bed linens and skin break down. Class: How else can we relate some of the theories to common problems in nursing areas? For example, is there a theory or concept to help prevent post-cath UTIs or falls?

Fawcett, F. (2005). Contemporary Nursing Knowledge (2nd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F. A.

Margaret Mead DNP RN
Online Faculty University of Phoenix

What are some theorists’ views on theory-driven, evidence-based practice? How do their views compare? Theory-driven, evidence based practice is viewed by Virginia Henderson, Sister Calista Roy and Jean Watson in differing ways, but the use of nursing theory provides a framework for theory driven evidenced-based clinical practice. Virginia Henderson’s evolution of the definition of nursing focuses on the way in which the basic human needs that a patient is unable to meet on their own are met through professional nursing interventions. Henderson was in favor of research that would improve clinical nursing practice and be applicable to evidence-based practice, not nursing research that was specifically for academic or theoretical purposes (George, 2011). Sister Calista Roy’s Adaptation Model is a system model that describes how a person continually interacts with environmental stimuli. The five major elements of her theory are...
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