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Conceptual models

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  • 1. CONCEPTUAL MODELS By: John Christian Villanueva
  • 2. SISTER CALLISTA ROY “ Nursing is the science and practice that expands adaptive abilities and enhances person and environment transformation.”
  • 3. ADAPTATION MODEL
  • 4. DOROTHEA E. OREM “ Nursing is a helping profession of assisting patients overcome or compensate for the their health-associated limitations and engaging in actions to regulate their own functioning and development or that of their own dependents.”
  • 5. SELF-CARE DEFICIT THEORY OF NURSING
  • 6. SELF-CARE DEFICIT THEORY OF NURSING
  • 7. PATRICIA BENNER “ Nursing is a caring relationship and practice that cares for and studies the lived experiences of patients on health, illness, and disease, and the relationships among these three elements.”
  • 8. NURSING EXPERTISE MODEL
  • 9. LOCAL MODELS OF NURSING INTERVENTION
  • 10. SISTER LETTY KUAN, RN, RGC, EdD “I have grown and sown and now i can reap the reward and blessing of a life lived in joy and love, for i too have made others grow.”
  • 11. SISTER LETTY KUAN • Nurse • MA in Nursing • MA in Education, Major in Guidance & Counselling • Doctor of Education (Guidance & Counselling) • PROFESSOR EMERITUS – University of the Philippines College of Nursing • Neuropsychology – Salpetriere Hospital, France • Neurogerontology – Good Samaritan Hospital, New York & Syracuse University, New York
  • 12. SISTER LETTY KUAN • Bioethics formal training – Institute of Religion, Ethics and Law, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas • Care of Older Persons and Bioethics • Recipient of Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Teachers Award (1995) • Recipient of Award for Continuing Integrity and Excellence in Service (ACIES) (2004) • Former member of the Board of Nursing
  • 13. RETIREMENT AND ROLE DISCONTINUITIES Determinants of Fruitful Aging • Prepared Retirement • Health Status • Income • Family Constellation • Self- Preparation Retirement Role Discontinuities (Aging Process) Change of Life Outcome Fruitful Retirement and Aging
  • 14. CARMENCITA M. ABAQUIN, RN, MN, PhD “ To Nursing ... May be able to provide the care that our clients need in maintaining their quality of life and being instrumental in “birthing” them to external life.”
  • 15. CARMENCITA ABAQUIN • Nurse • Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Nursing – University of the Philippines College of Nursing • Medical Surgical Nursing (Oncologic Nursing) • University of the Philippines College of Nursing – faculty and Secretary of the College of Nursing • Chairman of the Board of Nursing
  • 16. “PREPARE ME” INTERVENTIONS AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF ADVANCE PROGRESSIVE CANCER PATIENTS Holistic Nursing Intervention “PREPARE ME” • Presence • Prayer • Reminisce therapy • Relaxation Activities • Meditation • Value clarification Terminally Ill Patients (Cancer) Physical Psychological Social Religious Level of independence Environment Spiritual SYMPTOM RELIEF QUALITY OF LIFE