lydia Halls theory

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lydia Halls theory

  1. 1. WELCOME
  2. 2. SEMINAR ON LYDIA HALLS THEORY PRESENTED BY, UMADEVI.K IST YEAR MSC NURSING THE OXFORD COLLEGE OF NURSING BENGALURU
  3. 3. THEORY A theory refers to a coherent group of general prepositions used as principles of explanation Or A set of statements or principles devised to explain a group of facts or phenomena, especially one that has been repeatedly tested or is widely accepted and can be used to make predictions about natural phenomena.
  4. 4. NURSING THEORY  NURSING theory is the set of concepts,definitions,relationships  and assumptions or prepositions  derived from nursing models or  other disiplines and project a purposive,systematic view of  phenomena by designing specific interrelationship among concepts  for the purpose of describing,explaining,predicting  or prescribing.
  5. 5. LYDIA HALLS THEORY
  6. 6. LYDIA HALLS
  7. 7. THE THEORIST – LYDIA HALL  was born in New York City on September 21, 1906.  Basic nursing education in 1927  Bachelors in Public Health Nursing in 1937  Masters in teaching Natural Sciences in 1942  First director of Loeb Center for Nursing  Nursing experience in clinical, education, research and supervisor role
  8. 8. Theory Overview  Theory developed in late 1960’s  Nursing care can be delivered on three interlocking levels  Care = Hands on bodily care  Core = Using self in relationship to patient  Cure = The disease applying medical knowledge  Patient care from only trained nurses
  9. 9.  Defines nursing as care performed by a trained professional  Care focused on individuals, families and communities  Care focused on maintaining optimal health and quality life from birth to end of life  Care is ongoing matrix of learning and teaching
  10. 10. PRESENTATION OF THEORY THE CORE THE CARE THE CURE
  11. 11. Care Circle THE CARE
  12. 12. Care  Nurturing component of care  It is exclusive to nursing  “Mothering”  Provides teaching and learning activities  Nurses goal is to “comfort” the patient  Patient may explore and share feelings with nurse
  13. 13.  Nurse is concerned with intimate bodily care  Nurse applies knowledge of natuaral and biological sciences  Nurse act as potential comforter
  14. 14.  INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP  EXPLORATION OF FEELINGS
  15. 15. CORE CIRCLE THE CORE
  16. 16. Core  Patient care is based on social sciences  Therapeutic use of self  Helps patient learn their role is in the healing process  Patient is able to maintain who they are  Patient able to develop a maturity level when nurse listens to them and acts as sounding board  Patient able to make informed decisions
  17. 17.  Emphasis on social,emotional,spiritual and intellectual needs  Patient makes more rapid progress towards recovery and rehabilitation  INTERPERSONAL PROCESS UNDERSTANDING THEMSELVES PROBLEM FOCUSSING AND PROBLEM SOLVING
  18. 18. CURE CIRCLE THE CURE
  19. 19. Cure  Care based on pathological and therapeutic sciences  Application of medical knowledge by nurses  Nurse assisting the doctor in performing tasks  Nurse is patient advocate in this area  Nurse is a patient advocate  Nurses role changes from positive quality to negative quality  Medical surgical and rehabilitative care  COPERATE WITH FAMILIES OR CARE GIVERS
  20. 20. Interaction All Three Aspects THE CORE THE CARE THE CURE
  21. 21.  Emphasis placed on the importance of total person  Importance placed on all three aspects functioning together  All three aspects interact and change in size
  22. 22. HALLS THEORY AND NURSING PARADIGMS     INDIVIDUAL HEALTH ENVIRONMENT NURSING
  23. 23. HALLS THEORY AND NURSING PROCESS      ASSESMENT NURSING DIAGNOSIS PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
  24. 24. LIMITATIONS  ACUTE STAGE ILLNESS PATIENTS ARE NOT INCLUDED  ONLY REFERS ADULT PATIENTS  ONLY TOOL OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION IS REFLECTION  FAMILY MENTIONED ONLY IN CURE CIRCLE  RELATES ONLY TO THOSE WHO ARE ILL  WAS NOT PLEASED WITH CONCEPT OF “TEAM NURSING”
  25. 25. APPLICATIONS  IN BUERGERS DISEASE  IN OPERATING ROOM  IN CRITICAL CARE UNIT  IN NURSING EDUCATION  IN COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING  IN DIALYSIS UNIT
  26. 26. CONCLUSION
  27. 27. SUMMARY  THEORY  NURSING THEORY  LYDIA HALLS THEORY  CARE  CORE  CURE  PARADIGMS  NURSING PROCESS  LIMITATIONS  APPLICATIONS OF THEORY
  28. 28. THANK UUUUUUU…..

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