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By: Tosin Ola-Weissmann
"We are the light ininstitutional darkness,and in this model weget to return to thelight of our humanity"Dr. Jean Watson, ...
Introduction Jean Watson’s Theory of  Human Caring (TOC) Theoretical framework  and critical components Application in ...
Nursing Metaparadigms in          Watson’s Theory of Caring Patient: Holistic individual with interrelated parts Health:...
Theoretical FrameworkTheoretical model of theTheory of Caring reflectson nurse’s responsibilityto: Value Respect Nurtur...
Theoretical Framework Based on nurse-patient  relationship versus task  orientation Framework demands  nurses ask severa...
Conceptual Components of the       Theory of CaringCarative Elements/Caritas        ProcessesDevelopment and use of transp...
The 10 Caritas Practice loving-kindness    Creativity and artistry Be authentically present    Create healing Be supp...
Critical Components of TOC Human Science Human Caring Experiences Phenomena
Watson’s Theory in Clinical Practice The nurse must;    Establish relationship     with patient    Approach patient in ...
Application in Peri-operative            Clinical Setting Assessment                    Outcomes/Planning    Anxiety an...
Application in Peri-operative              Clinical Setting Implementation of Sacred Space   Lights off   Non-necessary...
Conclusion Theory of Caring Nursing practice is  enhanced by the Theory  of Caring Sacred Space  Implementation   Poster
ReferencesAlligood, M. R., & Tomey, A. M. (2006). Nursing theory: Utilization and application (3rd ed.). St Louis, MO: Mos...
References continuedSchmock, B., Breckenridge, D., & Benedict, K. (2009). Effect of sacred space environment on surgical p...
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Nursing conceptual model presentation

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Today’s presentation focuses on Jean Watson's Theory of Human Caring. During this presentation we will analyze the theoretical framework, review the critical components of the Theory of Caring, and discuss how the theory is utilized in nursing practice. This presentation will also detail application of Watson’s Theory of Caring into the peri-operative environment by instituting a “sacred space” and explain the process of implementing the sacred space. Enjoy!

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Nursing conceptual model presentation

  1. 1. By: Tosin Ola-Weissmann
  2. 2. "We are the light ininstitutional darkness,and in this model weget to return to thelight of our humanity"Dr. Jean Watson, PhD, RN,AHN- BC, FAANWatson Caring ScienceInstitute
  3. 3. Introduction Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring (TOC) Theoretical framework and critical components Application in the peri- operative clinical setting Sacred Space implementation
  4. 4. Nursing Metaparadigms in Watson’s Theory of Caring Patient: Holistic individual with interrelated parts Health: Unity of mind, body, and soul Nursing: Develop a caring, transcendental relationship Environment: All factors that affect balance Nurses’ role: Attending to and balancing the environment(Watson, 2005, p. 10-12)
  5. 5. Theoretical FrameworkTheoretical model of theTheory of Caring reflectson nurse’s responsibilityto: Value Respect Nurture Understand Assist with becoming fully functional and integrated self
  6. 6. Theoretical Framework Based on nurse-patient relationship versus task orientation Framework demands nurses ask several questions:  What is one’s view of human?  What does it mean to be human, caring, healing, etc.
  7. 7. Conceptual Components of the Theory of CaringCarative Elements/Caritas ProcessesDevelopment and use of transpersonal caring relationshipsCaring Event or Moment
  8. 8. The 10 Caritas Practice loving-kindness  Creativity and artistry Be authentically present  Create healing Be supportive and environment helping  Engage in teaching- Cultivate spirituality learning Develop trust  Assist with basic needs  Be open (Parker, 2001, p. 347)
  9. 9. Critical Components of TOC Human Science Human Caring Experiences Phenomena
  10. 10. Watson’s Theory in Clinical Practice The nurse must;  Establish relationship with patient  Approach patient in a holistic way  Provide unconditional acceptance  Treat patient with positive regard  Encourage learning (Wainwright, n.d. p. 1)
  11. 11. Application in Peri-operative Clinical Setting Assessment  Outcomes/Planning  Anxiety and fear  Education  Chaos  Demonstration  Loud  Technology Diagnosis  Less postoperative pain  Faster discharges  High patient satisfaction scores (Schmock, Breckenridge & Benedict, 2009).
  12. 12. Application in Peri-operative Clinical Setting Implementation of Sacred Space  Lights off  Non-necessary machines off  Quiet time instituted  Music (if preferred)  Warm blankets and towels provided for patient  No interruption by staff while sacred space is in session  Post sign on doorway of patient’s room
  13. 13. Conclusion Theory of Caring Nursing practice is enhanced by the Theory of Caring Sacred Space Implementation  Poster
  14. 14. ReferencesAlligood, M. R., & Tomey, A. M. (2006). Nursing theory: Utilization and application (3rd ed.). St Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier.Cara, C. (2005). A Pragmatic view of Jean Watson’s caring theory [Lecture notes]. Retrieved from University of Montreal website: http://humancaring.org/conted/Pragmatic%20View.pdfEddins, E. A., & Riley-Eddins, E. E. (1997). Watson’s theory of human caring: the twentieth century and beyond. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 3(3), 30-35.George, J. (2011). Nursing Theories: The base for professional nursing practice (6th ed.). Retrieved from University of Phoenix library.Getty Images (2012). Keywords, “Nursing,” “Caring,” “Touch”. Retrieved October 28, 2012 from http://gettyimages.comParker, M. E. (2001). Nursing theories and nursing practice. Philadelphia: Davis.RNpedia (2012). Nursing Theorist. Retrieved October 27, 2012, from http://www.rnpedia.com/home/notes/fundamentals-of-nursing-notes/nursing-theorist
  15. 15. References continuedSchmock, B., Breckenridge, D., & Benedict, K. (2009). Effect of sacred space environment on surgical patient outcomes: a pilot study. International Journal For Human Caring, 13(1), 49-59.University of Colorado, Denver College of Nursing (2006). Jean Watson and the Theory of Caring. Retrieved October 27, 2012, from http://www.nursing.ucdenver.edu/faculty/j_watson_about.htmWainwright, N. (n.d.). How to apply Jean Watson’s Theory of Caring into nursing. Retrieved October 27, 2012 from http://www.ehow.com/how_7350428_apply-watsons-nursing-theory-nursing.html#ixzz2AWmbVdlVWatson Caring Science Institute International Caritas Consortium (2012). Caring Science ten Caritas processes. Retrieved October 28, 2012, from http://www.watsoncaringscience.org/index.cfm/category/80/theory.cfmWatson, J. (1985). Nursing: The philosophy and science of caring (2nd ed.). Boulder: Colorado Associated Press.Watson, J. (1997). The theory of human caring: Retrospective and prospective. Nurse Science Quarterly, 10(1), 49-52.Watson, J. (2005). Caring science as sacred science. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.Wendler, M. C., & Brilowskig, G. A. (2005). An evolutionary concept analysis of caring. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 50(6), 641-650. http://dx.doi.org/:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2005.03449.x

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