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    • Theory Theorist/s Synopsis References Activities of Nancy This model stresses Models of nursing: their relevance to the care of elderly Living Model Roper continual patient people. Reed J; Robbins I; Journal of Advanced Nursing, ---------------- assessment. 1991 Nov; 16 (11): 1350-7. Winifred W. Incorporating a life -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Logan span approach, a Nursing models: extant or extinct? Tierney AJ; Journal of ---------------- person is Advanced Nursing, 1998 Jul; 28 (1): 77-85. Alison considered in -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tierney terms of past, Practical application of the Roper-Logan-Tierney model in present, and healthcare [Spanish]. Atienza E; Delgado T; Carmen Rubio potential M; Enfermeria Clinica, 2003 Sep-Oct; 13 (5): 295-302. development. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Merging a set of The Roper-Logan-Tierney Model: a model in nursing twelve activities practice. Roper N; Logan W; Tierney A; Walker PH; In: with the nursing Blueprint for use of nursing models: education, research, process, a plan of practice, and administration..; National League for Nursing, care is formulated. 1996. 289-314. Care, Core & Lydia Eloise Hall believed that The Loeb Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, Montefiore Cure Hall patients should Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, New York. Hall LE. Int J receive care only Nurs Stud. 1969 Jul;6(2):81-97 from professional -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- nurses. Patients Chemicals that kill pests can also kill people--so handle could be thought of them with care. Hall LE. Md Nurs News. 1968 Spring; in three separate 36(1):2-12. domains: hands-on -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- bodily care (care), NURSING--WHAT IS IT? HALL LE. Can Nurse. 1964 Feb; using the self in 60:150-4. relationship to the -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- patient (core), and Center for Nursing. Hall LE. Nursing Outlook. 1963, 11, application of 804-806. medical knowledge (cure). Complexity Ioannis This provides for The evolving essence of the science of nursing: a complexity Nursing Theory Kalofissudis personal self- integration nursing theory (the theory of Sharon L. Van Sell ---------------- development on and Ioannis A Kalofissudis). An introductory presentation. Dr. Sharon nurses as Sapountzi-Krepia D; ICUs & Nursing Web Journal, 2001 L. Van Sell individuals and as Oct-2002 Jan (8). professionals. This -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- provides a The meaning of nursing theory in daily nursing philosophical practise.Kalofissudis IA; Health Science Journal, 2007 Jul- approach to caring Sep; 1 (3): 1-3. and can contribute -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- to enhancing the The theory of nursing knowledge. Kalofissudis I; Health understanding of Science Journal, 2007 Oct-Dec; 1 (4). the caring process.
    • Theory Theorist/s Synopsis References Cultural Care, Madeleine A pioneer nurse Founder's focus: transcultural nursing care makes a big Diversity & Leininger, anthropologist, outcome difference. Leininger M. J Transcult Nurs. 2003 Universality PhD Leininger realized it Apr;14(2):157. is essential for -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- nurses to Founder's focus: types of sciences and transcultural nursing understand their knowledge. Leininger M. J Transcult Nurs. 2001 patients’ culture Oct;12(4):333. and background for -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- optimal care. Founder's focus: certification of transcultural nurses for quality and safe consumer care. Leininger M. J Transcult Nurs. 2001 Jul;12(3):242. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Founder's focus: theoretical, research, and clinical critiques to advance transcultural nursing scholarship. Leininger M. J Transcult Nurs. 2001 Jan;12(1):71. Environmental Florence Nightingale’s Weatherston, L. (1981). Bridging the gap: liaison between Adaptation Nightingale theory and its nursing education and nursing service. Journal of Advanced Model effects on health Nursing, 6147-152. were ground- breaking in -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- recognizing the Baker, D. (2005). Florence nightingale today: healing, importance of the leadership, global action. Family & Community Health, total patient 28(4), 358-359. environment: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “internal, external, Welch, M. (1986). Nineteenth-century philosophic and constructed.” influences on Nightingale's concept of the person. Journal This was the first of Nursing History, 1(2), 3-11. time a theorist -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- approached health Pesut, B., & Johnson, J. (2008). Reinstating the 'Queen': care that looked at understanding philosophical inquiry in nursing. Journal of a larger picture of Advanced Nursing, 61(1), 115-121. patient care. Functional Marjory 11 categories make Family as client: using Gordon's Health Pattern Typology. Health Patterns Gordon possible a Nettle C; Pavelich J; Jones N; Beltz C; Laboon P; Pifer P; standardized Journal of Community Health Nursing, 1993; 10 (1): 53-61. approach to data -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- collection, Functional Health Patterns: a curricular course model for determining adult acute care. Vincenz MC; Siskind MM; Nursing aspects of health Diagnosis, 1994 Apr-Jun; 5 (2): 82-7. and human -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- function. Using Gordon's functional health patterns to organize a critical care orientation program. Recker D; O'Brien C; Focus on Critical Care, 1992 Feb; 19 (1): 21-2, 24-5, 28. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Walking the talk: one hospital's experience in implementing a conceptual framework for nursing practice. Best M; Maslak L; Thurston N; Wild C; Canadian Journal of Nursing Administration, 1994 Jan-Feb; 7 (1): 7-20
    • Theory Theorist/s Synopsis References Health as Dr. Building on Rogers’ Awa, M., & Yamashita, M. (2008). Persons' experience of Expanding Margaret Theory of Unitary HIV/AIDS in Japan: application of Margaret Newman's Consciousness Newman Human Beings, theory. International Nursing Review, 55(4), 454-461. Newman defines -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- consciousness as Jones, D. (2006). Newman's health as expanding the mechanism of consciousness. Nursing Science Quarterly, 19(4), 330-332. interacting with the -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- environment. It Newman, M. (2000). Health as expanding consciousness. also includes Sudsbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. interconnectedness -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- with the system. Newman, M. (1997). Evolution of the theory of health as expanding consciousness. Nursing Science Quarterly, 10(1), 22-25. Human Rosemarie Structured around Considering tomorrow: Parse's theory-guided research. Becoming R. Parse three themes Bunkers SS; Nursing Science Quarterly, 1998 Summer; 11 Theory (“meaning”, (2): 56-63. “rhythmicity”, and -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “transcendence”), Contrasting two approaches in a community-based nursing people participate practice with older adults: the medical model and Parse's in creating what is nursing theory. Baumann SL; Nursing Science Quarterly, real to them and 1997 Fall; 10 (3): 124-30. they pull away at -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- the same time and Ethical issues. An ethical framework for nursing practice: forge their own Parse's human becoming theory. Pilkington FB; Nursing path. Science Quarterly, 1999 Jan; 12 (1): 21-5. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Transforming research and practice with the human becoming theory. Parse RR; Nursing Science Quarterly, 1997 Winter; 10 (4): 171-4. Humane Holistic Virginia Henderson The nature of nursing: a definition and its implications for Care for Patients Avernal categorized nursing practice, research, and education. Reflections after 25 Henderson activities into 14 years. Henderson VA; National League for Nursing, 1991. categories which -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- are based on Basic Principles of Nursing Care. Henderson VA; National human needs. League for Nursing, 1991. ICN, 1960. Henderson -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- described the role Lindell ME, Olsson HM. Lack of care givers' knowledge as doing for, causes unnecessary suffering in elderly patients. J Adv Nurs. working with, and 1989 Nov;14(11):976-9. helping the person -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- become as Castledine G. Virginia Henderson's legacy. Br J Nurs. 1996 independent as Apr 25-May 8;5(8):517. possible.
    • Theory Theorist/s Synopsis References Humanistic Patricia E. Inspired by the Benner P. The wisdom of our practice. Am J Nurs. 2000 Model Benner Dreyfus model, Oct;100(10):99-101, 103, 105. Benner explored -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- how nurses learn, Padgett SM. Benner and the critics: promoting scholarly adding educational dialogue. Sch Inq Nurs Pract. 2000 Fall;14(3):249-66; strategies for each discussion 267-71. of the four stages -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Advanced- Paley J. Intuition and expertise: comments on the Benner beginner, debate. J Adv Nurs. 1996 Apr;23(4):665-71. competent, -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- proficient, and Benner, P. (1984) From novice to expert - Excellence and expert). Power in Clinical Nursing Practice, Addison-Wesley Publishing. Humanistic Bonnie W. This emphasizes Duldt B. "I-Thou" in nursing: research supporting Duldt's Nursing Duldt- the relationships of Theory. Perspect Psychiatr Care. 1991;27(3):5-12. Communication Battey nurses, patients, -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- peers, and Duldt, B. W. And K. Giffin. (1985). Theoretical perspectives colleagues. for nursing. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. Designed to be -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- used with other Puentes WJ. Cognitive therapy integrated with life review theories, two tools techniques: an eclectic treatment approach for affective have been created symptoms in older adults. J Clin Nurs. 2004 Jan;13(1):84-9. (NCOT and JSCI) to conduct research. Humanistic Dr. This is based on the Nursing care turned to the young adult human being who is Nursing Theory Josephine idea that the the carrier of a chronic disease, under the light of Paterson Paterson defining moment and Zderad's humanistic nursing theory [sic] [Portuguese]. ---------------- of nursing is the Muniz RM; Santana MG; Serqueira HC; Texto & Contexto Dr. Loretta interaction Enfermagem, 2000 May-Aug; 9 (2 Part 1): 158-68 Zderdad between the nurse -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- and the patient. Nursing knowledge and human science: ontological and epistemological considerations. Mitchell GJ; Cody WK; Nursing Science Quarterly, 1992 Summer; 5 (2): 54-61. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Paterson and Zderdad: Humanistic nursing theory (notes on nursing theories). New York: Sage Publications, 1993. Modeling & Role Helen C. Understanding A postpartum home follow-up project by student nurses Modeling Theory Ericson more about the using Marker Model Standards. Brodsky PL; Journal of ---------------- relationships Nursing Education, 1998 Nov; 37 (8): 373-5. Evelyn M. between basic -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tomlin need status and Professional practice actualized through an integrated ---------------- adaptive potential shared governance and quality assurance model. Brodbeck Mary Ann will contribute to K; Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 1992 Jan; 6 (2): 20-31. Swain refining this theory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- for use in practice. Teaching tools for the Marker Model for standards development and the Umbrella Model for quality assurance. Brennan M; Health Care Supervisor, 1992 Jun; 10 (4): 66-74
    • Theory Theorist/s Synopsis References Nursing As Dr. Anne Caring Boykin ---------------- Dr. Savina O. Schoenhofe r Practice Model Rear Admiral Faye Glen Abdellah Prescriptive Ernestine Theory Wiedenbach Rhythm Model Dr. Joyce Fitzpatrick Self Concept Joan Riehl- Construct Sisca Symphonological Gladys Bioethical Husted Theory ---------------- James Husted Transitions Afaf I. Meleis