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Nursing Theoretical Works
represents the most
comprehensive ideas and
systematic knowledge about
nursing; Therefore theor...
Discipline is specific to academia and a branch
of education, a department of learning or field
of knowledge.
Profession...
1. University baccalaureate programs
proliferated, masters programs in nursing
were developed, and the curricula began to
...
Clearly, nursing is recognize as a
profession today.
The conceptual
models of
nursing are
comprehensive
and the reader
to the specifics
of the
practice.
Nursing theory is a
us...
 Florence Nightingale:
Patient-Environment Interaction
 Ernestine Wiedenbach:
Art of Nursing
 Virginia Henderson:
The 1...
 Dorothea E. Orem:
Self-care Deficit Theory
 Myra Estrin Levine:
Wrote the “Introduction to Clinical Nursing”
 Martha R...
 Hildegard E. Peplau:
Interpersonal Relation in Nursing
 Ida Jean Orlando:
Dynamic-Nurse Relationship
 Joyce Travelbee:...
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
Chapter 2 significance of nursing theory as a discipline and profession
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    1. 1. Nursing Theoretical Works represents the most comprehensive ideas and systematic knowledge about nursing; Therefore theory is vital to both the discipline and the profession.
    2. 2. Discipline is specific to academia and a branch of education, a department of learning or field of knowledge. Profession refers to specialized field of practice, which is founded upon the theoretical structure of the science or knowledge of that discipline and the accompanying practice abilities.
    3. 3. 1. University baccalaureate programs proliferated, masters programs in nursing were developed, and the curricula began to be standardized through the accreditation process. 2. Attention to the importance of nursing conceptualizations for the research process and the role of a conceptual framework in the purpose and design of research production of science and nursing theoretical works also began to publish. 3. Works began to be recognize for their theoretical nature, such as Henderson, Nightingale and etc.
    4. 4. Clearly, nursing is recognize as a profession today.
    5. 5. The conceptual models of nursing are comprehensive and the reader to the specifics of the practice. Nursing theory is a useful tool for reasoning, critical thinking, and decision making in nursing practice. Nursing theoretical works provide a perspective of the patient.
    6. 6.  Florence Nightingale: Patient-Environment Interaction  Ernestine Wiedenbach: Art of Nursing  Virginia Henderson: The 14 Basic Human Needs  Faye Glenn Abdella: The 21 Nursing Problems  Lydia E. Hall: Care, Core and Cure Theory
    7. 7.  Dorothea E. Orem: Self-care Deficit Theory  Myra Estrin Levine: Wrote the “Introduction to Clinical Nursing”  Martha Rogers: Key Concepts of Science of Unitary Human Being, and Principles of Hemodynamic  Dorothy E. Johnson: Behavioral System Model  Sister Callista Roy: Adaptation Model  Betty Neuman: Neumans System Model  Imogene King: Goal Attainment Theory
    8. 8.  Hildegard E. Peplau: Interpersonal Relation in Nursing  Ida Jean Orlando: Dynamic-Nurse Relationship  Joyce Travelbee: Human to Human Relationship and ETC!
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