Nursing Theory Essays and Term Papers

  • Middle-Range Theory Continues to Guide Nursing Practice

    Middle Range Theory Continues to Guide Nursing Practice Lisa M. Sanford Maryville University Middle Range Theory Continues to Guide Nursing Practice Nursing theory has three distinct categories to describe the level of abstraction: Grand, Middle-Range, and Situation-Specific (Meleis, 2012, p....

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  • Learning Theory, Style, Domain and Adult Learning in Nursing

    Mental Health Nursing, 2002, 9, 5–14 Integration of theory and practice in learning mental health nursing T. MUNNUKKA 1 rn ph d(nursing science) ph d(education) , T. PUKURI 2 rn mnsc , P. LINNAINMAA 3 rn & N. KILKKU 4 rn mnsc 1 Lecturer, University of Tampere, Department of Nursing Science, Pitkäniemi...

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  • Caring Theory

    Running head: NURSING AS CARING 1 Boykin and Schoenhofer: Theory of Nursing as Caring NURSING AS CARING 2 Introduction The theory of Nursing as Caring was developed by Anne Boykin and Sarvina Schoenhofer. In the...

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  • Theoretical Framework

    as the knowledge gleaned through research of gap analysis in reflective nursing practice, it is clear that reflective practice is widely accepted in literature and by educators as utilitarian in promoting a high-level of nursing performance. However, bridging the gap between academia and the world of...

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  • Theoretical Framework for Nursing Practice Course Syllabus

    DISTANCE EDUCATION MA IN NURSING COURSE SYLLABUS (Mixed Mode) Subject Code : BCNG 501 Subject Title : THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR NURSING PRACTICE Credit Units : 3.0 Course Description This professional course deals with nursing theories, concepts, framework...

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  • Nursing Theory Utilizing Mirrors, Microscopes and Telescopes

    Mirrors, Microscopes and Telescopes Jon Hendrickson Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 501 Professor Hunter Summer A/2011 Introduction Nursing theory can be understood as a discipline or practice that is theoretical in nature (in the sense that it is concerned with truth...

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  • Watson's Theory

    Watson’s Theory of Human Caring Alicia Davis NUR 403 April 5, 2010 Kimberly Frommel Theories contain concepts, definitions, models, propositions, and are being based on assumptions (Nursing Theories, 2010). The nursing profession uses nursing theories as the framework and foundation for practice...

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  • MADELEINE LEININGER: BRIDGING THE CULTURAL DIVIDE

    Care Stephanie R. Cleveland State University Abstract This paper will outline Madeleine Leininger’s prominent theory, its origins, and its purpose. The discipline of transcultural nursing, its distinctive language, ethnonursing research method, and Sunrise Enabler tool will also be explored. These components...

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  • Ways of Evaluating a Nursing Theory.

    rights reserved Printed in Great Britain 00X-7489/97 %17.00+0.00 The evaluation of nursing theory: a method for our madness Sharon L. Dudley-Brown Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Nursing, Department of Material and Clinical Health, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. (Received 20 March...

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  • Nursing theory

     Importance of Theory Shanna Akers Chamberlain College of Nursing Theoretical Basis for Advanced Nursing Practice NR501 Kari Luoma September 13, 2014 Importance of Theory In today’s society, the lack of knowledge involving nursing theories is present. Theorists began discoveries...

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  • Carper's Four Ways of Knowing and Scholarliness in Nursing

    Different Types of Nursing Theories Danielle Berg, Hailey Hunter, Anh Nguyen, Michael Seeley & Christopher Wilson Maryville University Nursing Theory 600 Dr. Deitra Watson September 06, 2013 Carper Four Ways of Knowing and Different Types of Nursing Theories It is essential in nursing to continue...

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  • Theory

    Evaluating practice through models and theories – assignment 1 Introduction- talk about overview of nursing theories. * Essay (80% of overall mark) Word limit 4000 words * Contents page should be inserted * Introduction - approximately 500 words *     This section should...

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  • Nursing Theories

    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...

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  • 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...

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  • Theoretical Framework in Nursing

    Learning Activities Theoretical Framework in Nursing Activity 1 1. Discuss the development of the discipline of nursing. As advances in nursing science and research impact upon nursing education and clinical practice, new ways of looking at phenomena have led to re-examination and refinement of...

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  • Watson

    on Jean Watson: A Review of the Theory of Caring Denise Lakin NUR 403 January 23, 2012 Dr. Candace Cane Jean Watson: A Review of the Theory of Caring Caring is heart of nursing, it is what nursing is about, the motivation behind interventions. Past, present, and future nurses use caring...

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  • Humanistic Nursing

    HUMANISTIC NURSING THEORY By: MARY JOHN L. RENONG, RN August 10, 2013 Dr. Loretta Zderad Dr. Josephine Paterson I. BIOGRAPHY Josephine Paterson was born on the 1st of September of 1924 in Freeport, New York. Loretta and Josephine...

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  • Historical Development

    Historical Development of Nursing Timeline Kimberly Nicholson University of Phoenix NUR/513 Historical Development of Nursing Timeline Nursing history is an impressive testimony of nursing pioneers who helped to shape nursing values and standards. This history is valuable in instructing...

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  • Concept Comparison

    across Theories and paper John Thorpe NUR/513 May 12, 2013 Dr. Roboam Aguirre Concept Comparison and Analysis across Theories The nursing profession has made some remarkable accomplishment during the 20th and 21st centuries, which has led to the recognition of nursing as an...

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  • Kings Theory

    INTRODUCTION Kings theory evolved in the mid 1960s, when she raised questions about how nurses make decisions in their daily practice and how to define the nursing act. King also attempted to describe the essence of nursing and the interactional patterns and goals that govern the nurse-patient relationship...

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