• Person Centered
    cared-for but also the caregiver. Promoting and applying these caring values in our practice is not only essential to our own health as a nurse, but its significance is also fundamentally tributary to finding meaning in our work.  Watson views the “carative factors” as a guide for the core of nursing...
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  • Theory Critique Jean Watson
    caring relationship, and the caring occasion or moment. The original 10 carative factors were revised in 1985 to the “Clinical Caritas Process”. Fitzpatrick and Whall (2005) state that “Watson proposes that the clinical Caritas framework is a transformation of the original caring model which...
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  • Critique of Jean Watson's Theory
    Theory Critique of the Human Caring Theory Adele Wolf Maryville University NUR 600 October 03, 2012 Theory Critique of the Human Caring Theory The Theory of Human Caring was written by Jean Watson. This model consists of ten carative factors to assist nurses with caring for their patients...
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  • Mba 503
    needs; • Allowance for existential-phenomenological-spiritual forces. (For the content and description of the original carative factors, see Watson, 1979/1985, 1985/1988c, 1989; also see Fawcett, 1993 for a brief overview of the carative factors). While some of the basic tenets of the original...
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  • Theory
    advance in the medical field. Jean Watson developed this theory in response to the differing roles which were trying to blend in the nursing profession. Jean Watson portrays the image of nursing as a profession which she attempts to bring meaning and focus to an emerging discipline and distinct...
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  • Examining Watson's Theory of Caring
    who believes in prayer or meditation as a healing force is a display of the nurse’s advocacy for the spiritual component of care – the last of the ten foundational carative factors. Watson believed that all humans should be “respected, nurtured, understood, and assisted” (Current Nursing, 2012...
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  • Health assessment
    Watsons Theory of Caring. Caring is central to nursing, and most persons choosing nursing as a profession do so because they desire to care for others. Caring as a science has been defined by Jean Watson. She describes science of caring as one that encompasses a humanitarian, human science orientation...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    . This theoretical model is based on seven basic assumptions and ten primary carative factors as the structure for the science of caring. The 10 elements that comprise the carative factors are humanistic-altruistic system of value, faith-hope, sensitivity to self and others, helping-trusting human...
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  • Assessment Tools Analysis
    relationship with their clients and to educate them how to make sound but caring and creative decisions in their professional lives (AACN, 2010). The carative factors are nursing interventions undertaken with the full participation of the nurse and the patient. Watson lists 10 carative factors: (1...
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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...
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  • RUP 1 PROJECT
    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 nurse helps to restore balance and harmony in mind, body, and...
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  • Registered Nurse
    conscious intent to preserve wholeness, to potentiate healing, and to preserve dignity, integrity, and life-generating processes. According to Alligood (2010), Watson’s early writing (1979) identified 10 carative factors that served as the foundation and framework for the science and practice of nursing...
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  • Nursing Theory
    science of people and human health illness experiences that are mediated by professional, personal, scientific, aesthetic and ethical human care transactions.” There are Ten (10) Carative Factor 1. Formation of a Humanistic-Altruistic Value System 2. Faith-Hope 3. Cultivation of...
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  • Childhood Obesity
    parents to reduce sedentary lifestyles by increasing physical activities (Berkowitz & Borchard, 2009). Jean Watson based her Theory of Human Caring on 10 carative factors. Faith-hope is one of her factors. Jean Watson believes that faith-hope is essential for the process of curing. This is an...
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  • Watsons Human Caring Theory
    side. Jean Watson contributes the development of her theory to Roger’s Science of Unitary Human Beings. Watson’s Theory encompasses ten carative factors, or caritas, each one having a different aspect of caring (Alligood, 2010). The ten carative factors or caritas are: 1. The deliberate loving and...
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  • Assessment Tool Analysis
    patients’ and families’ suffering, and to expand the nurse’s own actualization” (para. 7). According to Watson (2001), the major elements of the Theory of Human Caring are • The carative factors. • The transpersonal caring relationship. • The caring occasions/caring moments. Nursing is promoting and...
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  • Theoretical Framework in Nursing Process - Caring Theories
    way Jean Watson expects every nurse to would prove to be a time-consuming process. ER nurses deal with clients on very short periods of time – less than 5 minutes of triaging, 5-10 minutes of assessment and planning, 10-20 minutes of intervention and another 5-10 minutes of evaluation. Then the...
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  • Jean Watson
    mutual relationship between nurse and patient (Cara 2003). “The goal of a transpersonal caring relationship corresponds to protecting, enhancing, and preserving the person’s dignity, humanity, wholeness, and inner harmony” (Cara, 2003, p. 53). The ten carative factors developed by Watson in 1979 serve...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    Watson’s concepts. Her theory is about caring as a science. I have put to use many of the carative factors listed below (Watson, J. 2010): * Developing and sustaining a helping-trusting, authentic caring relationship. * Being present to, and supportive of the expression of positive...
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  • evaluation grand
    nurses in Saudi Arabia, Results showed that the carative factors in Jean Watson's theory were also applicable to patients in Saudi Arabia and that nursing professionals should base their care on such theory to meet patient needs. KEY W O R D S : caring behaviors, Jean Watson's theory, nursing...
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