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  • 1. Imogene King: A Conceptual Framework
    • Jasmyne Holdridge
    • California State University, Dominguez Hills
    • School of Nursing
    • Advance Nursing Roles
    • MSN 502
    • Kathleen Tornow Chai MSN
    • April 25, 2011
  • 2. Values and Assumptions
            • Conceptual model: What is it?
            • Goal Attainment: Patient and nurse mutually set to goal.
            • Focus is of the patient within three systems
            • 1. Personal
            • 2. Interpersonal
            • 3. Social
            • Humans are in a constant state of interaction within their society and environment.
            • (Currentnursing.com, 2011)
  • 3. Empiricist Paradigm Influence
    • What is an empiricist paradigm?
    • Nursing functions identified by King:
      • Viewing
        • Recognizing
      • Observing & Measuring
      • Interpreting
      • Analyzing
          • The nursing process, interventions, reassessment, and goal attainment relates to an empirical approach.
          • “ Credibility is based on the outcome of nursing care.”
      • (Evans, 1991)(Frey, & Sieloff, 1995)
  • 4. Interpretive Paradigm Influence
    • What is interpretive paradigm?
    • Nursing is holistic and focuses on the client while building on their abilities.
    • Goal Attainment
      • 1. Human Being
        • 2. Health
        • 3. Environment
        • 4.Nursing
    • (Currentnursing, 2011)
  • 5. Clinical Example
    • Environment: Acute Pediatric Unit
    • Adolescent patient (Example: Diagnosis of new onset type 1 Diabetes).
    • 10 major concepts identified by King for goal attainment and success.
    • Personal system: Assessment of both clinical and mental perception.
    • Interpersonal system: Patient must have a positive experience and relationship with the nurse for successful goal attainment.
    • Social system: family, friends, social environment. Status held within the environment of classmates.
  • 6. References
            • Barker, A. (2009). Advanced practice nursing. Essential knowledge for the
            • profession. Sudbury, Ma: Jones and Barlett.
            • Evans, S.C., (1991). Imogene King: A conceptual framework for nursing.
            • Newbury Park, Ca.: Sage Publications.
            • Frey, M.A. & Sieloff C. (1995). Advancing King’s systems framework and
            • theory. Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Sage Publications.
            • Nursing Theories, (2011). Imogene King’s theory for goal attainment.
            • Retrieved from: http://currentnursing.com
            • Williams, L.A. (2001). Imogene King’s interacting systems theory: Application
            • in emergency and rural nursing. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 2(1), 25-30.