• Family Centred Care
    exist in the late seventies to eighties, but today family nursing is defined in many distinct theories and models serving to sharpen our thinking towards the family nursing practice, education, research and theory development (p.36, 2003). The Allen-McGill Model, the World Health Organization’s...
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  • Application of Nursing Theory in the Different Fields of Nursing
    : Roy’s model of nursing and the Tidal model for psychiatric nursing, Casey’s model for pediatric nursing, Mercer’s maternal role attainment for perinatal nursing, Orem’s model for community and rehabilitation nursing, the synergy model for critical care nursing, Rogers, McGill, Parse, Erikson, Tomlin and...
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  • Nursing Philosophy
    Nursing Philosophy, Model, and Theory Discussion Question Jennifer Gauze, Kathy Hatfield, Karen Hunt, Rina Lacombe, Jillian Morrow, Stephanie Yates Theories and Models of Nursing Practice May Thirteenth, 2013 Mary McGill Nursing Philosophy, Model, and Theory Discussion Question In this...
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  • mentor's role
    . (2004) The good mentoring toolkit for healthcare. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing. Bennet, C. L. (2003) How to be a good mentor. Nursing Standard. 17,36. Beskin, D. (2009) Mentoring students: establishing effective working relationships. Nursing standard, 23(30): 35-40. Brockbank, A., McGILL, I. (2006...
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  • Individual Case Study
    Individual Case Study Assignment Tammy Boone University of Phoenix NUR/403 Theories and Models of Nursing Practice November 7, 2011 Mary McGill . Individual Case Study Nursing diagnoses may relate to physical, emotional, psychosocial, and cultural needs. |List five factors of...
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  • End of Life
    1998. Prior to this study research study, none of the research initiated from a conceptual model or theory. The framework as expressed by Tang (2009) is, “The conceptual framework for this study was adapted from Stewart et al.’s (1999) model of factors affecting quality and length of life of...
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  • Nursing Care for Femural Fracture
    , 1996). Regardless of the specific practice model or theory nurses follow, first and foremost nurses must adhere to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC, 2004) code of professional conduct. The code sets the standards on matters such as patient respect, consent, teamwork, confidentiality...
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  • Sister Calista Roys Adaptation Theory
    logical positivism. Roy’s model is able to regenerate testable hypotheses which make the model researchable. Useful instruments to measure concepts of the RAM include; the McGill Pain Questionaire used for assessing the physiologic mode; the Beck Depression Scale used to assess the self-concept mode...
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  • Transcultural nursing
    has developed a model called The Integrated Life Course and Social Determinants Model of Aboriginal Health, which describes health inequalities in Canada (Reading & Wien, 2009). “In the model, determinants of health are categorized as proximal, intermediate and distal” (Kryzanowski & McIntyre, 2011...
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  • Nursing Theory
    : Alarm, Resistance, and Exhaustion. This theory that the body will exhibit these symptoms has been applied and further tested in nursing research, including how it has related to the psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) model. Recommendations for this theory are mainly based on its application. GAS...
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  • Concept Analysis of Pain
    perception of pain and the possible consequences of pain by using Walker and Avant's (1995) concept analysis. A model case demonstrates how pain is tied to these critical attributes. A borderline case and a contrary case are presented to differentiate the concept of pain from other concepts. Empirical...
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  • Concept Analysis
    Concept Analysis: Pain Victoria McCrady Chamberlain College of Nursing NR501: Theoretical Basis for Advanced Nursing Spring Session B 2013 Concept Analysis: Pain Pain is one of the most common reason patient seek out help. The concept of pain can affect every person is some form or way...
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  • Assessment of Pain
    ) Clinical Pain Management: Chronic Pain. London: Arnold. McCaffery, M., Pasero, C. (1999) Pain: A Clinical Manual. St Louis, MO: Mosby. McCaffery, M.R. et al (2005) Pain management: cognitive restructuring as a model for teaching nursing students. NurseEducator; 30: 5, 226-230. Melzack, R., Katz, J...
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  • Concept Analysis O Peace
    the importance of peace in terminally ill patients. The concept of peace is used in many other disciplines aside from nursing and healthcare. The concept of peace is used in the areas of politics and criminal justice. In world politics, the concept of peace is used in the context of conflict...
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  • Nur/443
    and intact older adults. DESIGN: Quasi-experimental, correlational study of older adults. SETTING: Data were collected from residents of nursing homes, assisted living, and retirement apartments in northcentral Florida. PARTICIPANTS: One hundred twenty-six adults, mean age 83; 64 cognitively intact...
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  • Florence Nightingale
    Seacole with providing ordinary soldiers in the Crimean War ‘with accommodation, food and nursing care’ and with winning four medals for her ‘courage and compassion during the war’. It fails to mention any hospital in which Seacole ever nursed, trained or sent nurses, but simply asserts that...
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  • Miss
    Analysis: The author critically reviewed the articles using Offredy & Vickers (2010) critique Model Main Results: Once the literature search was completed, 4 Randomised Controlled Trials were eligible to answer the research question and write the review. Author Conclusions: the findings of this...
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  • Public Health
    working closely with the mother and baby, awareness of the importance of breast feeding and the incidence of hyperbilirubinemia has to be improved. RCN (2007) article explains that the aims of delivering public health through nursing services are • Influence healthy behaviour to increase life...
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  • Evidence Based Practice in Management of Cancer Pain
    ., Chang, Y., Chiou, J., Tsou, T., Lin, C. 2002, ‘Overcoming patient-related barriers to cancer pain management for home care patients’, Cancer Nursing, vol. 25, pp. 470–6. Cheung, J.W.Y. Wong, T.K.S. Yang, J.C.S. 2000. "The Lens Model Assessment of Cancer Pain" Cancer Nursing 23 ;6: 454-461...
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  • globalisation
    , Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press Campani, G., (1995) ‘Women migrants: from marginal subjects to social actors’, in R. Cohen (ed), The Cambridge Survey of World Migration, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 546-550 16 Campobello Lodge Inc. Nursing Home, (2004), ‘Our Mission...
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