(2004) had identified spirituality as a major antecedent, authors found it apparent that more than one antecedent are necessarily the aspects of holism. After a wide literature review authors have identified antecedents in reference to the patient and the nurse. Holism to occur in nursing practice, there has to be a provider and recipient of care. Holism in nursing practice takes place, when there is a buttress nurse patient relationship on trust and understanding. First, nurse should possess knowledge, expertise, intuition, and good communication and advocacy skills (Olive, 2003).
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Modeling and Role-Modeling is permanently linked to and guided closely by holistic nursing and the concept that mind, body, emotion and spirit are related and should not be overlooked. The theory presents various concepts and ideas that are at the center of nursing practice; however, the arrangement stays concentrated on elucidation rather than providing empirical studies or a practical guide. The nurse is introduced to a philosophy that may perhaps lead their care planning and provide a remarkable and engaging framework, yet the reality of daily planning is left for the nurse to construct (Peterson & Bredow, eds., 2009). This paper will further explore this middle range theory and demonstrate how this theory is applicable to this nurse’s practice in the Emergency department. The terms modeling and role-modeling are used differently than the usual definitions.
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Furthermore, she wrote her own book, “Interpersonal Relations in Nursing,” (1952) where she provided a “framework for the practice of psychiatric nursing that would result in a paradigm shift in this field of nursing” (Peden, 2001, pp. 59). In addition, as she had no co-author and it has been widely credited for transforming nursing from a group of skilled workers to a distinct profession (Forchuk, 2007). Beside her amazing feat of her experience and degrees, she additionally achieved a Doctor in Education in curriculum development (Forchuk, 2007). This resulted in nursing education that contained psychiatric and psychological educational experiences (Peden, 2001, pp.