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12b role function

  1. 1. ROLE FUNCTION MODE ROY MODEL
  2. 2. • Roy, C. & Andrews, H.A. (1999). The Roy Adaptation Model. (2nd. ed.). Norwalk, Conn: Appleton & Lange. • Chapter 15
  3. 3. ROLES • Roles are functioning unit of society • Role Partners • Role Expectations
  4. 4. ROLE FUNCTION MODE Need for Social Integrity
  5. 5. Primary Role • Determines majority of behaviors • Determined by age, sex, & developmental stage
  6. 6. Secondary Roles • Assumed because they relate to developmental stage and primary role. • Achieved positions • Stable but may change over time.
  7. 7. Tertiary Roles • Related to secondary roles • Represent ways to meet role-associated requirements
  8. 8. Tertiary Roles • Temporary • Freely chosen
  9. 9. Roles • Identify your primary, secondary, and tertiary roles.
  10. 10. Role Function Mode • Instrumental Behaviors • Expressive Behaviors
  11. 11. Instrumental Behaviors • Goal oriented • Performed as part of role • Goal of Role Mastery
  12. 12. Instrumental Behaviors • Usually physical action • Long-term orientation
  13. 13. Expressive Behaviors • Feelings and Attitudes about role & performance • Goal is direct or immediate feedback
  14. 14. Expressive Behaviors • Emotional • Result from interactions
  15. 15. Requirements of Role Behavior • • • • Consumer--Who Reward--What Assess to facilities/Set of circumstances Cooperation/collaboration
  16. 16. Requirements of Role Behavior • Identify requirements of role behavior for a nursing student. Go through each of the four requirements with the group at your table.
  17. 17. Assessment of Behavior • Identify age and primary role. • Identify secondary and tertiary roles & their relative importance.
  18. 18. Assessment of Behavior • Determine instrumental and expressive behaviors for each role along with the “Requirements of the Role Behavior”.
  19. 19. Other Stimuli influence Role Behavior • Social Norms • Physical make-up and age • Individual self-concept
  20. 20. Other Stimuli influence Role Behavior • Role models • Knowledge of Expected Behaviors • Physical and/or emotion well-being
  21. 21. Other Stimuli influence Role Behavior • Performance of other roles
  22. 22. Nursing Diagnoses • Major Problems – Role Transition – Role Distance – Role Conflict
  23. 23. Nursing Diagnoses • Knowledge Deficit related to parenting • Lack of parental attachment behavior • Role transition to new occupation
  24. 24. Nursing Diagnoses • Inter-Role Conflict: Career and parenting due to first newborn • Diversional Activity Deficit:

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