results for "Chinn Kramer"

  • Knowing and Knowledge

    The nurse must first recognize that something is wrong, and then have the courage to meet the challenge to attempt to change the status quo...

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  • Patterns of Knowing

    and intuition. Also, there is personal knowing and this represents knowledge that focuses on self-consciousness, personal awareness and empathy....

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  • None

    Knowing and Practice Paradigm Every discipline requires a knowledge base to identify a sense of purpose thereby establishing a unique discipline...

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  • Aha! That's Empirical Knowledge

    concept developed by Dolores Krieger, RN. Clearly, nursing is a profession that requires ethical knowledge to guide our practice as stated in...

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  • Florence Nightingale

    2006).   Florence Nightingale believed that the environment is the central concept of nursing with focus on warmth, odors, noise, and light...

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  • Framework For Praxis

    achievement, as such it is difficult in present day nursing practice to recognize the importance of praxis (Penney & Warelow, 1999) According to...

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  • Roles and Ways of Knowing

    Carper in 1978. They are empirical, ethical, esthetic, and personal. Empirical knowing is based on factual knowledge that is able to be verified...

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  • Mental Health Nursing

    patient. Empirical knowledge is also important since it is the verifiable, factual description, and explanation that EBP guidelines are based...

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  • Theory of Nightingale

    must be made. There have been some guidelines created to help guide the analysis of nursing theory. Some well-established criteria come from...

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  • Roles and Ways of Knowing for Advanced Practicing Nurses

    major elements in nursing’s patterns of knowing are empirics, aesthetics, ethics and experiential. Empirical knowing is the science of knowing...

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  • Carper's Pattern of Knowing

    mentions, there is a critical need for nursing to expand empirical knowledge as it has not achieved what Kuhn calls a scientific paradigm.4,11...

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  • Nursing Philosophy, Model and Theory Discussion

    guide the practice of nursing. They reminded us that theory is the goal of scientific work and is essential to the development of any...

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  • Nursing as a Discipline

    Nurses are constantly reminded of the reality that mind and body are a unity while working with people who have health problems. According to...

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  • Empirics

    Benton, 2007) Empiric Knowledge is based on the theory that includes sensory perception, belief, faith, tradition and experience. (Peggy L....

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  • Myra Levine Theory Critique

    Saleeby Theory Critique of Levine’s Conservation Model Introduction Myra Levine proposed a grand theory of energy conservation. Using the...

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  • concept analysis

    pain and distillation of its attributes will enhance understanding and result in an operational de®nition that can be assessed empirically...

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  • Jean Watson

    Caring is a moral ideal of nursing that involves mind, body, and soul engagement with another, which can be expressed through nursing interventions...

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  • lonelyness

    symbolic statement describing a phenomenon or class of phenomena (Kim) building blocks of theory (Hardy) complex mental formulation of experience...

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  • F N Theory 2

    cast its role for wealthy females at that time in history. "Hers was to be an idle ornament in the household for a wealthy father or husband" (Chin &...

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  • DiscussionQuestion3 NursingTheory

    research, this theory will help guide me towards the care of patients and how important the educational aspect is to the process. As stated by...

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