• Philosophy of Nursing
    /. I used Nightingale’s thoughts to describe four metaparadigms of nursing which are person, environment, health and nursing, and described how nursing integrates these concepts according to the literature Nursing Theories: The base for professional Practice (6th edition). I also included the mission...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    educate his patient has led me to be determined to further empathize the importance of educating a patient regarding his/her unique health. My personal philosophy of nursing regarding the four major components of nursing (person, health, nurse, and environment) and their interaction among them are...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    bases for thinking and activity” (p. 230). Developing a personal philosophy of nursing must integrate the elements of nursing, the individual, the environment, health, and illness. Throughout this paper, this author will describe a personal nursing philosophy developed while working in an intensive...
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    nursing because it views the individual in all the aspects that make them a person such as mind, body, spirit, and emotions. *Figure 1-1 Personal Philosophy Model of the Person, Health, Environment, and Nursing In comparison, Joyce Travelbee developed a Human to Human Relationship...
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  • My Nursing Philosophy
    nursing a person back to health is not always easy, however, with self-care, respect and compassion, the goal of helping the patient along the wellness path is achievable. Nursing Nursing is what integrates the concepts of person, environment and health (Chitty & Black, 2011). As a nurse, I...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
      | | | | |   | | | | | | | | | | |   | | | | |   |   | | | | |   | |   | |   | Introduction The purpose of this paper is to develop a nursing philosophy that includes ideal about the person, the environment, health and illness...
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  • Personal Nursing Philosophy
    built on a foundation of beliefs about people, environment, health, and nursing” (Chitty & Black, p. 298). By using person, environment, health, and nursing as a guideline to achieve the ultimate goals of nursing; I will discuss my personal philosophy and how these factors are used in nursing...
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  • Nursing Philosophy
    promotion is included, and it is the relationship between the nurse, in which we assist the client and family, to maintain health and promote well-being. While using, the person, environment, health, and nursing, as a guideline to achieve our ultimate goal. I will discuss my personal philosophy, and...
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  • A Philosophy of Nursing
    and abilities of individuals and groups of individuals. Traditionally, nursing philosophy is described using a meta-paradigm of four concepts – human being or person, environment, health, and nursing. Beliefs and attitudes about these guiding concepts are widely shared, but also deeply...
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  • Philosophy
    ” (Williams &Wilkins, 2008). Philosophy of nursing occurs in four domains: person, health/illness, environment, and nurse. This writer intends to explore and explain philosophy in nursing in all four of these areas. The earliest theorist, Florence Nightingale, identified the main concerns of nurses to...
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  • Metaparadigm as Related to the Theory of Comfort
    theory of comfort, is intertwined with my own nursing philosophy. Research of Katherine Kolcaba’s theory has made me develop and realize how an ultimate goal of comfort is a simple way to summarize my own metapardigm. Comfort is a basic need that encompasses person, environment, health, and nursing...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing is a profession that I aspired to be a part of because nurses represent the very core of love, compassion, and caring. When I began working as a Supervisor in a Skilled Nursing Facility, I then developed my personal philosophy and set of values regarding...
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  • nursing philosophy paper
    observing a person’s state of health and his or her responses to sickness and health forms an important an very specific part of the task of nursing. Nursing Given the facets of health, environment, and person, the average patient will provide an entirely unique set of initial conditions by which a...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    definition of health and person as health and person are the core elements of an environment for any human. In nursing, the case is similar. Environment can be divided into two types, internal and external. The internal environment is the environments for the min of a human, and the external environment...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    consider to be priorities when providing nursing care to my clients. With an emphasis on the mind, body and spirit working together as a whole rather than separate parts, the holistic approach to nursing provides the framework for my nursing philosophy that the concepts of person, environment and health...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    delivery of holistic nursing care. This paper will explore the values I feel are necessary in relating to patients as well as health professionals, my personal work culture, and society as a whole. Personal Philosophy The Nature of Nursing The nature of nursing is something that cannot be simplified...
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  • Grand Theory Compare and Contrast
    persons |According to her website, | | | |Nursing, Roanoke, VA |stay within the other’s frame of |and human health-illness |“(the ideas) provide others a | | | |1964 – BS University of |reference for connecting...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    of Martha Rogers interesting, but of no relation to my personal philosophy of nursing. Rogers believes an individual has an energy field within the universe (Perry & Potter, 2009). While I agree that humans are continuously interacting with the environment, Roger’s four dimensional energy field...
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  • R.N.-B.C.
    Assignment: My Philosophy of Nursing By RN-BC My Personal Philosophy of Nursing The philosophy of nursing includes multiple components, dynamics, and it has many directions and dimensions. The field of nursing and medical technology is always changing and never ending but the basic...
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  • Philosophy of Nursing
    components of person, environment, health and nursing. Without one of these, I believe a nurse will not be able to give their very best to their patient. According to EdD Anne Bishop (1997), nursing is “at all times an artful practice and applied science that are integrally woven into the fabric of the...
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