"Nursing Theorist Grid Nur 403" Essays and Research Papers

  • Nursing Theorist Grid Nur 403

     Nursing Theorist Grid Leannette Gonzalez Feliciano NUR/403 March 24, 2014 Esther Van Baren University of Phoenix Material Nursing Theorist Grid 1. Theorist Selected: Florence Nightingale born on 5/12/1820, a writer, a philosopher, a theorist, a “reformer, a statistician, an administrator, a researcher” (Attewell, 1998), an educator, and a nurse leader. 2. Description of key points of the theory: Nightingale was one of the first theorist to connect the environment with the patient’s...

    Crimean War, Florence Nightingale, Health 1040  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing theorist grid

    University of Phoenix Material Nursing Theorist Grid 1. Theorist Selected: Ida Orlando 2. Description of key points of the theory: a. Patient centered approach. b. The nurse should quickly respond to patients’ immediate need. The nurse should use their five senses to determine what the most immediate need is and confirm with patient to see if assumption is correct. After the nurse implements the solution the nurse should then follow up with the patient to determine if the solution...

    Florence Nightingale, Hospital, Nurse 487  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Theorist Grid

    University of Phoenix Material Nursing Theorist Grid 1. Theorist Selected: Florence Nightingale 2. Description of key points of the theory: Components of Nightingale’s philosophy, now recognized as a theory, are Environment, Person, Health, and Nursing (Bolton, 2010). Nightingales' Canons are as follows: Ventilation, and warming-“Keep the air he breathes as pure as the external air, without chilling him” Health of houses- “Five essential points in securing the health of...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Medicine 1233  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theorist Grid

    Nursing Theorist Grid Use grid below to complete the Week 4-Nursing Theorists assignment. Please see the “Nursing Theorists’ Grading Criteria” document, located on the Materials page of the student Web site. Name: Thomas Miller Theorist Selected: Ida Orlando Description of Theory: “Orlando’s theory is a reflective practice that is based on discovering and resolving problematic situations” (Alligood, 2010, p. 339). This theory is focused on defining the nurse-patient...

    Diploma in Nursing, Environment, Nurse 1905  Words | 5  Pages

  • NUR 403 Joy Travelbee

    Joyce Travelbee NUR 403 Joyce Travelbee Introduction Joyce Travelbee was born in 1926 and is well known for her contribution and work as a nursing theorist. In 1956 earned her degree as a Bachelor in Nursing from Louisiana State University, later in 1959 received the degree of Master in Science at Yale University. During most of her carrier she dealt with psychiatric nursing and also education. Died tragically...

    Auschwitz concentration camp, Emotion, Human 730  Words | 3  Pages

  • Week 4 Theorist Grid

    Walker Nursing Theorist Grid 1. Theorist Selected: Madeleine Leininger 2. Description of key points of the theory: Cultural diversity is a key point of Leininger’s theory. Cultural diversity are differences that can be found between different cultures. Nurses should be able to recognize these differences and realize not every patient will respond the same to the same nursing care. 3. Theory’s historical background: Alligood (2010) stated “Leininger formulated her ideas related to nursing based...

    Anthropology, Culture, Florence Nightingale 544  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Theorist Assignment

    Nursing Theorist Assignment Allison M Wood, RN NUR/403 March 12, 2012 Shoni Davis, RN DNSc Nursing Theorist Assignment Sister Callista Roy developed the Adaptation Model of Nursing in 1976 after becoming concerned of the importance of relating the characteristics of nursing to the community. This interest encouraged her to begin developing the model with the purpose of nursing being to support adaptation. Roy began organizing her nursing theory as she developed curriculum for nursing students...

    Human, Nursing, Nursing theory 1796  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing Theorist

    Material Name: Veronica Diaz Date:04/21/2014 Case Study Grid List 5 factors of the patient’s history that demonstrate nursing needs. Complete the table below with the following information: Formulate 3 nursing diagnoses using the Problem, Etiology, and Signs and Symptoms (PES) format and the taxonomy of NANDA. The diagnoses must be based on the case study, be appropriate, be prioritized, and be formatted correctly. For each nursing diagnosis, state 2 desired outcomes using NOC criteria...

    Catheter, NANDA, Nursing 761  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Grid

    disciplines such as medicine and nursing is composed of the extension of practical knowledge (know how) through research and the characterization and understanding of the "know how" of clinical experience. •She coneptualizes in her writing about nursing skills as experience is a prerequisite for becoming an expert. ABOUT THE THEORIST •Patricia E. Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN is a Professor Emerita at the University of California, San Francisco. •BA in Nursing - Pasadena College/Point Loma College ...

    Experience, Knowledge, Nurse 908  Words | 4  Pages

  • Historical Timeline of Nursing Theorists

    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 since the beginning writings of Florence Nightingale originating in 1859. Although she did not publish her work as nursing theory, Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing is presented as the first nursing theory and has directed...

    Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Nursing 1130  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theorist

    “Lydia Eloise Hall” Nursing Theory: Care Core Cure Model BY: EMANE S. BENKRAKAR AUGUST 30, 2012 BIOGRAPHY: -Lydia Eloise Hall, nursing theorist of the Care, Cure, Core model of nursing was born in New York City on September 21, 1906 and grew up in Pennsylvania. Lydia Hall graduated at York Hospital School of Nursing on1927, Bachelors in Public Health Nursing in 1973, Bachelors in Public Health Nursing on 1932, and earns a Master of Arts degree in 1942 at Teacher’s College,...

    Heart failure, Nurse, Nursing 1462  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theorists

    Nursing theorist Virginia Henderson, RN was a visionary, well ahead of her time in terms of her vision for the present and future of nursing. The major concept of her Definition of Nursing theory addresses the role of healthy independence for a nurse in addressing the holistic needs of a patient who is unable to self care, and therefore cannot attain independence due to knowledge deficit or debility or decreased will. The nurse practically fulfills the 14 basic needs in ways that are patient centered...

    Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Need, Nurse 1082  Words | 2  Pages

  • Notes: Nursing and Outcome Theorist

    Assignment Compare and Contrast Brooke Montgomery Maryville University Table.1 Educational Background | Dorothea Orem (Needs Theorist) | Dorothea Orem received a diploma from the Providence Hospital School of Nursing in Washington, D.C. in 1934 and went on to the Catholic University of America to earn a B.S. in Nursing Education in 1939, and an M.S. in Nursing Education in 1945 from the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. She earned honorary doctorates in 1976 from Georgetown University...

    Academic degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Human 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • Jean's Watson Theory Nur/403

    Jean Watson's Theory NUR/403 Jean Watson's Theory As a nurse establishing a caring relationship with a client is not easy. Jean Watson was the developer of a theory, which emphasizes how nurses express care to their patients. In this paper the author will discuss Jean Watson’s theory, background, descriptions of her four concepts; environment, human being, nursing, and health, also describe of an actual nurse-client relationship which includes the description of the caring moment between a...

    Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Nurse education 1925  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing

    |Jean Watson's Philosophy of Nursing | |This page was last updated on January 26, 2012 | |[pic] | |Introduction | |Theorist - Jean Watson was born in West Virginia, US | |Educated: BSN, University of Colorado, 1964...

    Health, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse 1681  Words | 7  Pages

  • DOROTHEA OREM’ SELF-CARE DEFICIT THEORY OF NURSING

     DOROTHEA OREM’ SELF-CARE DEFICIT THEORY OF NURSING Dorcas Gray NUR/403 January 13, 2014 Marilyn Moorhouse University of Phoenix Material Nursing Theorist Grid The chosen theorist is Dorothea Orem. Description of key points of the theory The self-care deficit theory “provides a way of looking at and investigating what nurses do” (Blais & Hayes, 2011, p. 102). It speaks to activities that individuals can perform independently to maintain life, health, and wellbeing. The...

    Health, Health care, Nursing 1202  Words | 8  Pages

  • Virginia Henderson, the Nursing Theorist

    Nursing theorist concept Application in the Nursing practice Abstract Nursing theorist Virginia Henderson (1897-1996), often referred to as the “First Lady of Nursing”, developed a nursing model based on the 14 components of activities of daily living. The paper discusses the importance of applying these components to the nursing practice. She emphasized the importance of increasing the patient’s independence so that progress after hospitalization would not be delayed (Henderson 1991). Henderson’s...

    Nurse, Nurses, Nursing 1936  Words | 6  Pages

  • Final Nur 443 Week 1 History Of Nursing

     History of Nursing Research Worksheet Jose Zepeda NUR/443 January 9, 2012 Deborah Mc Coy History of Nursing Research Worksheet There have been many influential publications, agencies, and people in the field of nursing research. Write 1–3 sentences in each cell of the table below to describe the importance, goal, or influence of each item. Publications First publication date and importance: Nursing Research First published: 1952 Importance: “Research conducted by the ANA and other specialty...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 1004  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nur/403 Watson's Theory of Human Caring

    Watson's Theory of Human Caring Kimberly Garcia NUR/403 June 24, 2013 Athena Brummett Watson's Theory of Human Caring A caring moment can be defined in many different ways by many different people. To me a caring moment between a patient and a nurse is when a nurse gives the patient their undivided attention. The nurse should take the time to listen to the patient and provide appropriate feedback reassuring...

    According to Jim, Nurse, Nursing 1546  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    What is nursing? What exactly does it mean to nurse a patient, and how has this definition changed over the past centuries? What does the discipline of nursing consist of? In this essay, I aim to attempt to answer these questions, along with the help of a myriad of nursing researchers whose studies have helped to broaden my perspective on what exactly it is that I now do for a living. I will be discussing the different types of nursing knowledge that assists us as nurses to care for patients and...

    Florence Nightingale, Health care, Health care provider 1724  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Theorists

    Application of Theory in Nursing Process Introduction * Theories are a set of interrelated concepts that give a systematic view of a phenomenon (an observable fact or event) that is explanatory & predictive in nature. * Theories are composed of concepts, definitions, models, propositions & are based on assumptions. * They are derived through two principal methods; deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning. Objectives * to assess the patient condition by the various methods...

    Florence Nightingale, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse 5259  Words | 17  Pages

  • Nur403 R4 Ws Nursing Theorist Grid

    University of Phoenix Material Nursing Theorist Grid Madeleine Leininger’s theory is call The Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality. Because Leininger had degrees in nursing and anthropology, her theory had a combination of derivatives of both disciplines (Bibb, 2006). While working as a nurse in the 1950s, Leininger became disturbed by nurses who could not understand nor respect the culture variations. She then set out to bridge the knowledge gap between nursing and cultures. Leininger...

    Anthropology, Culture, Education 472  Words | 3  Pages

  • 27 Theorists and Theories About Nursing

    27 Theorists and Theories About Nursing and Health 323 Share on Facebook277 7 5 6 20 8 There are different nursing theories and health theories to help us explain the phenomena we are experiencing in health. Since nursing knowledge is the inclusive total of the philosophies, theories, research, and practice wisdom of the discipline, these theories define what nursing is or what sets it apart from different professions. Below is a shortlist of different health and nursing theories. Contents [show]...

    Developmental psychology, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Jean Piaget 910  Words | 7  Pages

  • NURS 6051 Transforming Nursing And Healthcare

    NURS 6051: Transforming Nursing and Healthcare through Information Technology Week 4 Initial Post Current Information and Communication Technologies In today’s ever changing healthcare world, effective communication among healthcare team members is essential to provide safe and quality patient care. Conventional communication methods such as the telephone and the word of mouth are no longer the most effective ways of communicating important aspect of patient care. So health organizations are adopting...

    Communication, Doctor-patient relationship, Health care 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    Nursing Theory and Caring Nursing Theory and Caring Caring is a simple yet strong and powerful word, an abstract concept commonly found in nursing theory. Caring implies responsibilities, connections, and trust. Nurses take on the role with pride and honor. Nurses are caregivers. Many nursing theorists looked and still do look at caring as a core concept for nursing practice. Three main theorists come to mind, Jean Watson, Patricia Benner, and Kristen Swanson, when thinking about nursing and...

    Concept, Florence Nightingale, Health 1644  Words | 8  Pages

  • Historical Development of Nursing Timeline

    Historical Development of Nursing Timeline Caleb Dizon NUR 513 Feburary 21, 2015 Lita Tsai Historical Development of Nursing Timeline The science of nursing has come a long way since the days of when the art of nursing was passed on to other nurses through education of skills and tasks. Through the development of nursing theories, the science of nursing has changed and grown. Nursing theories were developed to help standardize care and to help create a base of knowledge so that nursing would be recognized...

    Florence Nightingale, Notes on Nursing, Nurse 1340  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing

    Abstract Nursing is one of the oldest careers in history. It has grown tremendously since the beginning of the profession and strives forward in hopes to attain more advancement in the medical field. Along the years, there have been several controversies regarding nursing as a profession. In this paper we will discuss what nursing professionalism is and why we as nurses need to remain a professional icon in the occupation. This paper will also summarize two nursing articles regarding nursing professionalism...

    Diploma in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Nurse 1326  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theorist Paper Abdellah FIN

     From Twenty-One Nursing Problems to 21st Century Nursing: Faye G. Abdellah Greg Tipton NRSE 3400-904 June 25, 2011 Dr. Judy McCook From Twenty-One Nursing Problems to 21st Century Nursing: Faye G. Abdellah On May 6, 1937, in the sky over Lakehurst, New Jersey, the dirigible Hindenburg exploded. Amongst the witnesses was 18-year-old Faye Glenn Abdellah, whose life was forever changed by the experience. As she later told Lessing (2004), “It was then that I decided that I would never again...

    Graduate school, Health, Health care 1099  Words | 6  Pages

  • Historical Development of Nursing Timeline

    Historical Development of Nursing Timeline Olga NUR/513 Historical Development of Nursing Timeline Nursing is an art and a science. This coexistence assists in the development and advancement of nursing to a higher level of professional practice. The art of nursing emphasizes interpersonal relationships between the nurse and the patient, empathy, and dedication to caring for a patient. The science is the foundation of nursing that guides nursing care based upon the latest scientific discoveries...

    Nurse, Nursing, Nursing practice 1260  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nur 443 History of Nursing Research Worksheet

    University of Phoenix Material History of Nursing Research Worksheet There have been many influential publications, agencies, and people in the field of nursing research. Write 1–3 sentences in each cell of the table below to describe the importance, goal, or influence of each item.  History of Nursing Research Worksheet NUR/443 Version 2 Publications First publication date and importance: Nursing Research First published: 1952 (Burns & Grove, 2007. p...

    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Health, Health care 879  Words | 5  Pages

  • Historical Timeline of Nursing Theory

    Historical timeline of nursing theory development NUR/513 12/2/2012 Historical timeline of nursing theory development The evolution of nursing as a profession throughout time has proven to be both an art and science. Different events throughout history have shaped nursing into its current organization. Nursing in the future is improving, striving for better care and service to the community in whole. The objective of this paper is to discuss the historic development of nursing, the relationship...

    Interpersonal relationship, Nursing, Nursing practice 1136  Words | 4  Pages

  • The future of Nursing Theory Discussion

     The Future of Nursing Theory Discussion Huiying Shen Patrick Hogue Christel Rockwood University of Phoenix Nurs/403 7/1/2014 Mega Deol RN, MSN Theories and Models of Nursing Practice Nursing theory is the framework in nursing practice, so the development of nursing theory can alter nurses’ knowledge and behaviors, and also influence the nursing practice. In this project, team...

    Family centered care, Health, Health care 719  Words | 6  Pages

  • Grand Theorist

    of Grand Theory to Nursing Practice In today’s world there are many nursing theories and theorists that not only define the nursing profession, but also are used as the basis to guide a nurse in his or her current practice. Meleis defines nursing theory “as a conceptualization of some aspect of nursing reality communicated for the purpose of describing phenomena, explaining relationships between phenomena, predicting consequences or prescribing nursing care. Nursing theories are reservoirs...

    Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nursing, Nursing theory 1892  Words | 8  Pages

  • Master in Nursing

    Phoenix Material NUR/403, April 8, 2013 Nursing Theorist Grid 1. Theorist Selected: Jean Watson 2. Description of key points of the theory: Watson’s theory key point is “caring as the ethical and moral ideas of nursing that has interpersonal and humanistic qualities” (Watson, 2012, p. 111). Watson’s theory recognizes the importance of the nurse-patient relationship emphasizing the role of the nurse in nursing practice. Watson’s theory describes nursing with ethical and social...

    Nurse, Nursing, Nursing practice 1858  Words | 9  Pages

  • Nur 405 History of Community Nursing Matrix

    Community Nursing Matrix NUR 405 Healthy Communities: Theory and Practice Sarah Kinnard RN October 24, 2011 Beth Edwards MSN, BC, FNP Past period 1 Industrial Revolution 1750-1900 Description of Historical time period During the industrial revolution technological and economical advances were made with the development of steam powered ships and railroads replacing manual labor with mechanical work. As a result, changes in society and health care needs occurred. Nursing focus shifted...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 1068  Words | 5  Pages

  • theorists

    JOHN FREDERICK CHARLES FULLER 1. Gen. Major Gen John Frederick Charles Fuller (1878 –1966) was a British, mil historian and strategist, notable as an early theorist of modern armd warfare. He was commissioned in a Light Inf Bn and participated in South African Boers War and World War I. In 1916, he was apptd as a staff offr in the newly raised HQ Tk Corps. He planned the first successful tk attk at Cambrai in 1917 and the tk ops for the autumn offn of 1918. 2. Biography. Fuller was born in 1878...

    League of Nations, Nazi Germany, Operation Barbarossa 1334  Words | 4  Pages

  • Theorists

    Theorists Child development theories are an organized set of principles designed to explain and predict something. Below are some major child development theorists and their theories. Jean Piaget – (1896-1980) was originally a biologist before going on to study the development of children’s understanding. He studied children by observing them talking and listening to them whilst he set them tasks to carry out. He came up with the ‘Maturation Theory’ which means that a child simply grows up and...

    Behaviorism, Child development, Classical conditioning 1273  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theorists

    Nursing Theorists 1. Florence Nightingale - Environment theory 2. Hildegard Peplau - Interpersonal theory 3. Virginia Henderson - Need Theory 4. Fay Abdella - Twenty One Nursing Problems 5. Ida Jean Orlando - Nursing Process theory 6. Dorothy Johnson - System model 7. Martha Rogers -Unitary Human beings 8. Dorothea Orem - Self-care theory 9. Imogene King - Goal Attainment theory 10. Betty Neuman - System model 11. Sister Calista Roy - Adaptation...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Human 1698  Words | 11  Pages

  • Nursing Philosphy

    My Values and Beliefs as a Nurse Mukesh Sharma The University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing In partial fulfillment of the requirements of N3645 Transition to Professional Nursing Part A Jeanean Boyd, MSN, RN April 21, 2013 Online RN-BSN My Values and Beliefs as a Nurse We all have our own philosophies about what we do in our lives or toward life itself. The same way, we have our own philosophies behind the work we do or the profession we carry. ‘Philosophy’ basically...

    Health care, Health care provider, Nurse 2481  Words | 7  Pages

  • Theorists

     Using the Internet, locate TWO life facts or research facts not stated in the textbook about  EACH the following theorists: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, John Locke, John B. Watson, G. Stanley Hall,   Arnold Gessell, Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson, Jean Piaget, Urie Bronfenbrenner, and Lev Vygotsky. Jean-Jacques Rousseau 1. “Rousseau's conversion to Catholicism had rendered him ineligible...

    Child development, Developmental psychologists, Developmental psychology 792  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philosophy of nursing

     Philosophy of Nursing NURS 210 Transition to Pro Nursing Jillian Edwards DNc, MN, ARNP November 25, 2013 Introduction Around the world, nursing has many definitions. From place to place, the role of a nurse may change a thousand times. However, I believe, we do have one thing in common. The desire to care for our patients and treat them as a whole individual the way we would want to be treated if we were in the same position. I have wanted to be a nurse since...

    Ethics, Florence Nightingale, Health 1669  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Knowledge Research Paper

    Nursing Knowledge Resources Emily Mwembu University of Phoenix NUR/513 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Carolyn Jaffe June 09, 2010 Nursing Knowledge Resources The purpose of this paper is to discuss Nursing Knowledge Resources benefits of nursing research and evidence based practice. Nursing knowledge is obtained through, observation, traditions, personal experiences, authority and mentorship (Burns, 2009, p. 10). Nursing resources are significant in promoting health, optimizing...

    Evidence-based medicine, Florence Nightingale, Health 732  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nur/531-Impact of Policy in Healthcare and Nursing/Scarce Resource Article

    NUR/531-Impact of Policy in Healthcare and Nursing/Scarce Resource Article The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has just released a new study highlighting the steps 12 states are taking to prevent a looming crisis in nursing. Experts predict the United States could be short more than 260,000 nurses by 2025 and the study authors say state-level partnerships must take the lead in addressing the problem. The scarce supply and shortage...

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Health 736  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing and Ida Jean Orlando

    Nursing Theorist: Ida Jean Orlando Jenny Bates University of Phoenix Nursing 403 Esther Van Baren January 21, 2013 Nursing Theorist: Ida Jean Orlando Ida Jean Orlando was born in 1926 and was the first generation of her family born in the United States. . She received her nursing diploma from New York Medical College, her B.S. in Public Health Nursing from St. John’s University, and her M.A. in Mental Health Nursing from Columbia University. Orlando became an associate professor at Yale...

    Mental health professional, Nurse, Nursing 1436  Words | 4  Pages

  • Changes in Nursing

    Nursing has changed in a variety of ways over the years, but one of the most important transitions has been related to the increasing cultural diversity of the American population. In the article, Leininger's Transcultural Theory and Prayer; author D.E. Allyn expresses how prayer has benefit according to the cultural care theory. The first nurse to emphasize cultural care was Madeleine Leininger. According to Leininger, the goal of cultural care is culturally congruent care. Thus, when a client requests...

    Anthropology, Culture, Madeleine Leininger 830  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philosophy Of Nursing Assignment 2

     My Philosophy of Nursing Elaine Boisvert 3054401 Athabasca University Lyndie Shih NURS 324 July 4th 2012 My Philosophy of Nursing Philosophy is defined as the study of the basic principles and concepts of a particular branch of knowledge; embracing and seeking wisdom through reason and the logical presentation of ideas. This concept, I believe, is to strip an idea down to its fundamental basis or theory, analyzing cause rather than effect, then through investigation and exercise...

    Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Nursing 2588  Words | 11  Pages

  • Nursing Shortage Is Technology the Answer

    Nursing Shortage: Is Technology the Answer? Sandi Coufal University of Phoenix Influencing the Future of Nursing and Healthcare NUR/531 Catherine M. Hill MSN, RN March 28, 2008 Nursing Shortage: Is Technology the Answer? Nursing has always been synonymous with caring. Dr. Jean Watson describes caring as the center of all nursing practices and that it is “a moral ideal rather than a task-oriented behavior” (Tomey & Alligood, 2006, p. 94). At this time in history, there is a nursing...

    Florence Nightingale, Nurse, Nurse education 1065  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ida Jean Orlando-Pelletier’s Nursing Theory

    NURS 300 – Assignment: Term Paper An exposition of Ida Jean Orlando-Pelletier’s Nursing Theory December 8, 2010 Jason J. Harrison, RN St. Joseph’s College Harrison, RN St. Joseph’s College Ida Jean Orlando (Pelletier), a theorist renowned in the field of nursing theory, was born in New Jersey in 1926 to Italian immigrant parents. After being reared during the Great...

    Master of Science in Nursing, Nurse, Nurse education 1724  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing

    Pursuing A Nursing Career Pursuing A Nursing Career Nursing Industry: A world of Opportunity Nursing Industry: A world of Opportunity  Flexible schedule – convenient shifts to fit your schedule  Challenge - everyday a new challenge; no boredom. .  Accomplishment – Become an outstanding person  Pride - Helping people on a day to day basis  Wisdom/Knowledge – Become familiar with the human anatomy and the medical world.  Flexible schedule – convenient shifts...

    Associate's degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, College 802  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    REPORT: associates degree in nursing date: 12/4/2012 Descriptive Abstract This investigative report will go into detail about associate’s degree in nursing. Nursing is the largest health care profession in the U.S. Over 2.5 million strong, nurses make up the largest workforce within the clinical healthcare industry. Nursing careers offer a wide variety of roles and a broad scope of responsibility. This report will also show graphs and steps to get into a nursing program as well as job titles...

    Academic degree, Associate's degree, Bachelor of Science 927  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nur 443 - History of Nursing Research Worksheet

    University of Phoenix Material History of Nursing Research Worksheet There have been many influential publications, agencies, and people in the field of nursing research. Write 1–3 sentences in each cell of the table below to describe the importance, goal, or influence of each item. |Publications |First publication date and importance: | |Nursing Research |First published:...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 718  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing

    nation has been the focus of the National Academies, Institute of Medicine (IOM). It turns out to be that clear from their research that nursing plays an important role in the conveying health care. Robert Woods Johnson Foundation (RWJF) was appointed by IOM the Committee through the interdisciplinary practiced that depend upon the initiative on the Upcoming of Nursing. The aim was to create an achievement in favor of plan for anything that would let nurses to principal alteration in the direction to...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 1333  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Nursing was before and How Nursing is Today

     Nursing Theory: How Nursing was before and How Nursing is Today Abstract Nursing has been and will continue to evolve with new theories related to patients, nurses, education, and science. The past and present research and ideas of nursing theorists impact the science of nursing and the standards of the nursing profession. Core components of nursing have resulted from the development of different nursing theories developed over the years which have contributed...

    Florence Nightingale, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse 1494  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing

    Japan Journal of Nursing Science (2008) 5, 71 doi:10.1111/j.1742-7924.2008.00111.x EDITORIAL Nursing theory – remembering our future Modern nursing theory began with Virginia Henderson in the 1960s. In her grand theory of nursing, she defined nursing as “assisting individuals to gain independence in the performance of activities contributing to health or its recovery (Henderson, 1966, p. 15). Since the 1970s, the literature on nursing theory has focused upon two levels of nursing theories: the...

    Health economics, Healthcare, Medicine 666  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spirituality and Religion in Nursing

    Spirituality and Religion in Nursing Stephanie Shoulders Facilitator: Marsha Conroy NUR 332-A: Nursing Theory for the Clinicians September, 12, 2012 Plagiarism Statement I have read and understand the plagiarism policy as outlined in the syllabus and the sections in the IWU Catalog relating to the IWU Honesty/Cheating Policy. By affixing this statement to the second page of my paper, I certify that I have not cheated or plagiarized in the process of completing this assignment. I also certify...

    Meditation, Nurse, Nursing 1271  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nur /443 History of Nursing Research Worksheet

    Nursing Research First published: 1952 Importance: Research began expanding to establish standards of caring in nursing, prompting the publication of the first nursing research journal. “Research conducted by the ANA and other specialty groups provided the basis for nursing practice standards that currently guide professional practice. The increase in research activity in the 1940’s prompted the first publication of Nursing Research” (Burns & Grove, 2007, p. 12). Sigma Theta Tau Journal...

    Health, Health care, Medicine 1078  Words | 5  Pages

  • Comparing and Contrasting Grand Theorists

    are several definitions of nursing theory today. Meleis (2012) defines nursing theory as a conceptualization of some aspect of nursing reality communicated for the purpose of describing phenomena, explaining relationships between phenomena, predicting consequences or prescribing nursing care. Nursing theories have been used and still used today as theoretical framework to guide in nursing clinical decision making and better practice. There are three categories of nursing theories, which include grand...

    Activities of daily living, Nursing, Nursing practice 960  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing and Spirituality

    Running head: PROF. NURS. SPIRITUALITY !1 ! ! ! ! ! ! Professional Nurses: Spiritual Care as a Necessary Component of Holistic Care 
 During Every Day Practice as a Nurse
 ! ! PROF. NURS. SPIRITUALITY !2 Professional Nurses: Spiritual Care as a Necessary Component of Holistic Care 
 During Every Day Practice as a Nurse Spiritual care is a necessary component of primary health care because it creates a holistic approach in practice, for professional nurses, by supplementing...

    Ethics, Knowledge, Nurse 1383  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing

     Nursing Education and the Issue of Change Kiara Eppinga Briar Cliff Nursing Student Nursing Education and the Issue of Change During the past 100 years the way in which healthcare is being practiced has changed considerably, and so has the need for furthering and strengthening nursing education. There are several factors that have contributed to the changes, such as an aging population, an increasing awareness of economics, new and more sophisticated...

    Academic degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Licensed practical nurse 1624  Words | 4  Pages

  • nursing philosophy

    Nursing Philosophy: My Nursing Abstract Philosophy is a system of beliefs, it is often looked at as an effort to define nursing situations that is observed to exist or happen and serves as the basis for later theoretical formulations. Florence Nightingale the first nurse theorist, philosophy states that nursing is establishing and environment that allows persons to recover from illness. Nursing has four metaparadigms the client, the environment, health and nursing. Metaparadigms...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 1289  Words | 4  Pages

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