Conceptual models of nursing : analysis and application /
[edited by] Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Ann L. Whall.
3rd ed.
Stamford, Conn. : Appleton & Lange, c1996.
xiv, 389 p. : ill.
0838510647 (pbk : alk. paper)
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Stamford, Conn. : Appleton & Lange, c1996.
0838510647 (pbk : alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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About the Author
Author Affiliation
Joyce J. Fitzpatrick RN, PhD, FAAN at Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing Ann L. Whall RN, PhD, FAAN at University of Michigan School of Nursing
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Main Description
This book teaches how to interrelate nursing diagnoses with a variety of conceptual models. The new edition remains focused on major nursing theories, while also adding new chapters on the "Relationship Between Nursing Conceptual Models and Nursing Diagnosis" and the use of "Nursing Diagnosis as a Conceptual Framework." Nursing students.
Main Description
In presenting an overview of theoretical frameworks, "Conceptual Models of Nursing: Analysis and Application" familiarizes students with a broad range of nursing models and their roles in nursing practice. In this fourth edition, the focus is on the application of the nursing models to nursing practice, with specific attention to the relationship of the nursing models to nursing diagnoses guiding nursing interventions. INCLUDES Introductory chapter that addresses the overall context of this book within the theory development literature in nursing NEW-- Section focusing on nursing languages and classification systems Consistent analysis of each model allowing the reader to compare models for usefulness in research, education, and practice How nursing models might guide newer elements within nursing, such as standardized nursing languagesSuggested analysis and evaluation guidelines that nursing might use to address practice level theory
Main Description
For professionals with a career in nursing and/or the medical field.Designed to help readers understand the development and evaluation of the theoretical base for advanced nursing practice research and education, this book familiarizes readers with a broad range of nursing models and their roles in nursing practice.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. vii
Contributorsp. ix
Reviewersp. xi
Nursing Knowledge Development: Relationship to Science and Professional Practicep. 1
The Structure of Nursing Knowledge: Analysis and Evaluation of Practice, Middle Range, and Grand Theoryp. 5
Florence Nightingale: Pioneer in Nursing Knowledge Developmentp. 21
Peplau's Theory of Interpersonal Relationsp. 46
Henderson's Conceptualization of Nursingp. 68
Johnson's Behavioral System Modelp. 83
Orem's Model of Self-Carep. 104
Roy's Adaptation Modelp. 146
Leininger's Transcultural Nursingp. 177
Neuman's Systems Modelp. 194
King's Conceptual System and Theory of Goal Attainmentp. 225
Martha Rogers' Model: Science of Unitary Beingsp. 247
Newman's Theory of Healthp. 273
Watson's Model of Caringp. 297
Fitzpatrick's Life Perspective Rhythm Modelp. 325
Indexp. 348
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