This dynamic collection features Margaret Newman, Dorothy Johnson, Dor othea Orem, Myra Levine, Betty Neuman, Imogene King, Martha Rogers, an d Jean Watson.
Part 1: Introduction 1. Developing Perspectives on Nursing Theory in Practice 2. Nurses' Responses to the Nursing Theorist Conferences 3. Reflecting a VisionPart 2: Johnson's Behavioral System Model for Nursing 4. The Behavioral System Model for Nursing 5. Implementation of the Johnson Model: One Hospital's ExperiencePart 3: Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory of Nursing 6. A Nursing Practice Theory in Three Parts, 1956-1989 7. Practical Applications of Orem's Self-Care Deficit Nursing TheoryPart 4: King's Theory of Goal Attainment 8. King's Conceptual Framework and Theory of Goal Attainment 9. Implementing King's Conceptual Framework at the BedsidePart 5: Martha Roger's Theoretical Framework for Nursing 10. Space-Age Paradigm for New Frontiers in Nursing 11. Practical Application of Rogers' Theoretical Framework for NursingPart 6: Newman's Theory of Health 12. Shifting to Higher Consciousness 13. Application of Newman's Theory of Health: Pattern Recognition as Nursing Practice 14. The Gift: Applying Newman's Theory of Health in Nursing PracticePart 7: Levine's Conservative Model 15. Conservation and Integrity 16. Application of Levine's Conservation Model to Nursing the Homeless Community 17. A Description of Fatigue Associated with Congestive Heart Failure: Use of Levine's Conservation ModelPart 8: The Neuman Systems Model 18. The Neuman Systems Model: A Theory for Practice 19. Implementation of the Neuman Systems Model in an Acute Care Nursing DepartmentPart 9: Watson's Theory of Caring in Nursing 20. Transpersonal Caring: A Transcendent View of Person, Health, and Healing 21. Watson's Theory of Caring in Nursing: The Rainbow of and for People Living with AIDS
Number Of Pages: 316
Published: 1st January 1991
Publisher: National League for Nursing,U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24
Weight (kg): 0.43