• jean watson
    Introduction Jean Watson’s revolutionary process of patient care was introduced in the 1970s and her theory remains relevant to modern-day nursing practice. JeanWatson’s theory of human caring has three elements which are the Carative Factors, the Transpersonal Caring Moment and...
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  • Jean Watson's Theory
    “It is the surgeon who saves a person’s life ….it is the nurse who helps this person live” Florence Nightingale Watson introduced the concept of clinical caritas processes. The word “caritas” originates from the Greek vocabulary, meaning to cherish and to give special loving attention. This approach...
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  • Health assessment
    increase in the prevalence of unhealthy lifestyles and behaviors, specifically physical inactivity and obesity. Physical inactivity and obesity are risk factors for the development of cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, Type 2 diabetes, and some forms of cancer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
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  • Watson Job Aid Paper
    nur/405 Watson Job-Aid Paper Careful study of the job-aid model attached to this document provides guidelines for best practices care based upon the Jean Watson Theory and matrix of care. It also details how to apply the goals of care while carefully integrating medical service delivery with human...
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  • Person Centered
    of values that are important to them, their own perspectives on life and death, their own belief system, and their own personal needs. According to Jean Watson’s Theory of caring the humanistic approach allows us to return to our deep professional roots and values. It emphasizes the humanistic aspects...
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  • Jean Watson
    Jean Watson was born in West Virginia and raised in Colorado in 1942. She earned her undergraduate degree in nursing and psychology, her master’s degree in psychiatric-mental health nursing, and continued to earn her Ph.D. in educational psychology and counseling. She publish many articles and papers...
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    WATSON’S THEORY OF HUMAN CARING AND SUBJECTIVE LIVING EXPERIENCES: CARATIVE FACTORS/CARITAS PROCESSES AS A DISCIPLINARY GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE1 A TEORIA DO CUIDADO HUMANO DE WATSON E AS EXPERIÊNCIAS SUBJETIVAS DE VIDA: FATORES CARITATIVOS/CARITAS PROCESSES COMO UM GUIA DISCIPLINAR...
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  • Theory
    Related Theories JEAN WATSON’S THEORY OF HUMAN CARING: The Theory of Human Caring was developed on 1975-1979. During this period of time, the Vietnam war had ended, and there was an emphasis on equal rights and opportunities for women. Up to this point, women were the vast majority in the nursing field...
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  • Examining Watson's Theory of Caring
    Examining Watson's Theory of Caring Nur 403 Examining Watson's Theory of Caring Jean Watson’s Theory of HumanCaring is a delicate blend of the art of caring and purposeful use of the knowledge of science to enhance the entire nurse/patient experience. It embraces art, science, humanity, spirituality...
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  • RUP 1 PROJECT
    ensuring that the needs of our patients are met. D. Nursing Theory A theory that has influenced my personal professional practice is that of Jean Watson and her Theory of Caring. Watson’s Theory of Caring is quite simple; everyone requires human caring as it is essential for healing. By caring the...
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  • Nursing Theorist
    Jean Watson In 1979 Jean Watson developed the Theory of Human Caring. The Theory of Human Caring encompasses a humanitarian, human science orientation to human caring process, phenomena, and experiences. Watson’s Theory of Human Caring has seven assumptions about caring and 3 major elements. The...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    why I relate to Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring and use it as a guide in my personal philosophy of nursing. Watson’s theory emphasizes that we should consider caring as the core of nursing. This theoretical model is based on seven basic assumptions and ten primary carative factors as the structure...
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  • Registered Nurse
    Jean Watson's Theory of Caring Perry Ballard NUR/403 February 4, 2013 Carla Hronek Jean Watson's Theory of Caring According to (Watson, 2005), as cited by (Clark, Watson, & Brewer 2009), “This theory/philosophy involves making explicit human caring and relationship-centered caring is a foundational...
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  • Watsons Human Caring Theory
    look after the man while he started to interview the other people on the scene, and assess for other injuries. A caring moment as described by Jean Watson (n.d.) is “connectedness with another person in a given moment.” In the moments after my assessment is when I connected with the stranger. I attempted...
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  • 7 Theories
    of establishing a good nurse patient interaction. Jean Watson- Philosophy & Science Of Caring Dr. Jean Watson was born and raised in West Virginia, USA. She moved to Boulder, Colorado and has resided there since 1962 (Watson, 2007). Watson is well recognized worldwide for her theories on Human...
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  • Nursing as a Profession
    mind, body, spirit, wholeness and unity of being in all aspects of care; tending to both the embodied spirit and evolving spiritual emergence. (Jean Watson pg 99). Compared to a profession such as a police officer, the kind of caring and protection they provide is to ensure the physical safety of the...
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  • Assessment Tools Analysis
    applied to the J. Riley Family from “The Neighborhood.” Jean Watson’s Theory of Caring is the blueprint nurses need to care for their patients, coworkers, and themselves within their professional practice. Watson’s theory of caring is based on 10 caritas (derived from Latin for charity or altruistic love)...
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  • Childhood Obesity
    be a major problem in today’s society. There are numerous factors contributing to this health concern. In my opinion, the major factor that contributes to this is parent lack of knowledge in regards to nutrition and serving size. The factors that contribute to childhood obesity also place a child at...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    ambulating in the hallways, and communicating their level of pain so they can perform all of their tasks comfortably. Nursing theorist Jean Watson says “caring is being vulnerable. If we are not able to be vulnerable with ourselves and others, we become robotic, mechanical, detached and...
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  • Nursing Theory
    cleanliness, and absence of noise). Five factors: pure and fresh air, pure water, efficient drainage, cleanliness and light (direct sunlight). HEALTH: Being well and using one’s powers to the fullest extent. Prevention of disease via environmental health factors. Disease is a reparative process nature...
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