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Nursing theories are the support of nursing practice today. They are significant to nursing practice, education and scientific research because they help to determine, what is already known, and what additional knowledge and skills are needed. Nurses are usually first exposed to nursing theories during nursing education and further exposure comes from hands on training. The gained knowledge, about nursing theories, through education and training enhances better outcomes for patients and caregivers, allows application of professional boundaries, and assists in decision making. In this paper I will attempt to analyze, in general, the importance of nursing theory to the nursing profession; discuss middle-range theory, furthermore Benner’s model of skill acquisition, and how this theory addresses nursing’s metaparadigm; and how this theory views nursing education.
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Nursing Burnout Nursing theory is used to bring many aspects of clarification and guidance to the profession of nursing; the framework can enable the researcher and learner to identify weaknesses and address problems with a systematic approach. For this assignment the nursing theory that will be used is Jean Watson’s theory of human caring; this method highlights the many of the useful aspects that can be applied to the concept of nursing burnout in the profession. The theory of human caring emphasizes the holistic healing environment for patients and staff with an emphasis on the mind, body, and spirit and can be applied to excellence in nursing that shows a reflection of compassion and caring (Norman, Rossillo & Skelton, 2016). The areas
That is when she introduced the idea of walking and talking with patients and would have them discuss their traumatic experiences. This is where her interpersonal relationship theory began (Silverstein 2008). Nursing Process Peplau used personality and communication skills to help patients as the “therapeutic use of self” . A nurse will develop and learn this with practice. A therapeutic approach will help relate effectively with patients, families, and other health car professionals.
Her theory accomplishments are manifested by the use of her work in current nursing situations today. Kristen Swanson Caring Theory has played a crucial role in how patient care should be handled through the 5 caring processes: (a) Knowing, (b) Being With, (c) Doing For, (d) Enabling/Informing, and (e) Maintaining Belief. The paper will discuss the application of Swanson’s Caring Theory in the nursing profession, provide an overview of the theory, how it effects the student nurse, and an analysis of the impact it has on the nursing profession. The Theorist Kristen M. Swanson, RN, PhD, FAAN, is the Dean of the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Associate Chief Nursing Officer for Academic Affairs at UNC Hospitals. Dr. Swanson earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Rhode Island, her masters in adult health and illness nursing from the University of Pennsylvania, and a PhD in psycho-social nursing from the University of Colorado.
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According to Giltinane (2013) situational leaders relationship with their subordinates and provide guidance and direction as needed. In nursing leadership style is supported by nursing theorists such as Ida Orlando’s model for nursing practice (Laurent & Laurent, 2000). Orlando’s leadership theory asserts that nurses are by profession managers. Initially nurses learn to manage pati... ... middle of paper ... ...ieks, V. (2002). What constitutes successful nurse leadership?
Middleton, J. (2010) Hildegard Peplau- developed the concept of psychodynamic nursing. Nursing Times.net. Retrieved from http://www.nursingtimes.net/whats-new-in-nursing/hall-of-fame/hildegard-peplau-developed-the-concept-of-psychodynamic-nursing/5012105.article Toomey, A. M., & Allgood, M. R. (2006). Nursing theorists and their work (6th Ed.).