• Nursing Theorists
    Virginia Avenal Henderson Dayami Rodriguez Florida International University. Application of Mid-Range Theories into Practice 1) Biography/Education : Born: November 30, 1897, Kansas City, Missouri, the fifth of eight children of Daniel B. and Lucy Minor (Abbot) Henderson. Her fathe...
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  • Historical Timeline of Nursing Theorists
    RUNNING HEAD: Historical Development of Nursing Timeline 1 Historical Development of Nursing Timeline Jill Dawson, BSN, RN, IBCLC NUR/513 May 7, 2012 Kynthia James Historical Development of Nursing 2 The historical development of nursing has transformed over the years...
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  • Nursing Theorists
    Myra estrin levine The nursing profession is continuously evolving and dynamic. Ever since Florence Nightingale started writing her notes on nursing, more theories and models about the nursing profession flourished during the last decade; one of these is Myra Levine’s Conservational Theory whic...
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  • Nursing Theorists
    1. Florence Nightingale- Environmental Theory First nursing theorist Unsanitary conditions posed health hazard (Notes on Nursing, 1859) 5 components of environment ventilation, light, warmth, effluvia, noise External influences can prevent, suppress or contribute to disease or death Nighting...
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  • Nursing
    There are many ways my BSN will apply to health care. First, it has broadened my whole perspective of how many different fields of nursing you can go into with a higher degree such as being a manager of a unit, pharmaceutical sales, or even going on to practice as a NP. Almost all unit...
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  • Myra Levine Nursing Theory
    How a nurse is defined can be very influential to their performance on a daily basis. The exact definition of the work a nurse does can shed a new light into a profession that many find noble and humbling. Myra Levine has a unique outlook on the world of nursing care that many would find confusing...
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  • Nursing Theory
    RUNNING HEAD: NURSING THEORY Nursing Theory: Explanation and Relevance to Nursing Practices Katherine Lott Azusa Pacific University Theoretical Foundations for Nursing UNRS 306 Professor Cone May 20, 2009 Merriam Webster defines the word "theory" as "a belief, policy, or procedure propo...
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  • Nursing
    The claim of nursing to be a true profession has been elusive. There is little hesitation around the fact that nursing in Australia has undergone many changes. With the influences of its most famous founder- Florence Nightingale and others such as Elizabeth Fry and the Sisters of Charity; modern...
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  • Florence Nightingale Life and Her Contribution in Nursing
    This paper discusses how Florence Nightingale was a complex woman, largely responsible for the state of nursing as we know it today. For all of her efforts, she was a product of her upbringing. She had amazing success with changing the hospital conditions in Crimea and establishing the nursing profe...
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  • Journals on Transcultural Nursing
    Journal of Transcultural Nursing Editor Marilyn “Marty” Douglas, DNSc, RN, FAAN Assistant Clinical Professor University of California, San Francisco Associate Editors Joyceen S. Boyle, PhD, RN, CTN, FAAN Professor, School of Nursing Medical College of Georgia Dula Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN Pr...
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  • Caring Is Viewed as the Essence of Nursing
    Caring is viewed as the essence of nursing, discuss... Introduction Lenninger (1984) described caring as the “essence of nursing”. Over the years many nursing theorists and researchers have examined the concept of caring and written extensively on the importance of caring in nursing. Going bac...
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  • Annotations on Nursing Theories
    ANNOTATION ON THE IDEAS OF SOME NURSING THEORISTS IN PRACTICE, EDUCATION AND RESEARCH 1. Florence Nightingale’s Environmental Theory She stated in her nursing notes that nursing "is an act of utilizing the environment of the patient to assist him in his recovery" (Nightingale 1860/1969), that...
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  • Holistic Nursing a Way of Being, a Way of Living, a Way of Practice! by Lucia Thornton
    Holistic Nursing A Way of Being, a Way of Living, a Way of Practice! By Lucia Thornton 32 JANUARY 2008 What do holistic nurses do? Where do they work? Do I need special education and training to become a holistic nurse? Article Copyright 2008, Lucia Thornton NSNA IMPRINT | www.nsna...
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  • Nursing Grad School
    As a curious child, my love for reading stories led to a lot of my spare time in the school library. At age 12, I read many of the stories in the childrens' Encyclopedia Britannica. Amongst other stories, I read about Florence Nightingale, a lady from high class family who decided to join nursing â€...
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  • The Importance of Language for Nursing
    SCHOLARLY PAPER THE IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGE FOR NURSING: DOES IT CONVEY COMMONALITY OF MEANING AND IS IT IMPORTANT TO DO SO Sonia Allen, RN, RM, Grad Dip Hlth Sc (Community), BHSM, MACS, PhD Candidate, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Gippsland Ca...
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  • Nursing Theory of Imogene King
    |Introduction to Nursing Theories | |This page was last updated on February 21, 2011 | |[pic] | |INTRODUCTION...
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  • Nursing Paper
    Running Head: NURSING THEORISTS Nursing Theorist Paper Tiffany S. Conway Winston Salem State University January 20, 2009 Caring is a natural emotion that all humans posses. It is displayed in a number of ways, speaking a kind word, holding someone’s hand for support, and lendin...
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  • Timeline: Historical Development of Nursing Science
    Timeline: Historical Development of Nursing Science Nursing science provides the basis for professional nursing practice. Nursing theories provide the critical thinking structures to direct the clinical decision- making process of professional nursing practice. The relationship between theory, rese...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    Philosophy of Nursing: Will Time Change my Mind XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX, School of Nursing NUR XXXXX May 27, 2011 I see the assignment. I read it. I ask myself, “How can I ever put my thoughts down on paper?” We start Nursing School with an objective. GRADUATE. PAY CHECK. As t...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Personal Philosophy of Nursing Pamela Metzger September 11, 2011 Jacksonville University Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing Philosophy What is nursing, what does nursing mean to me? After much thought I have put together a few ideas of...
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