Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice / Edition 3

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Overview

Noted theorists and scholars explore the historical and contemporary theories that are the foundation of nursing today. The 3rd Edition of this highly praised book meets the needs of today’s students with a new focus on the models that define the best outcomes and provide the evidence that supports nursing practice.

For each theory, you’ll find an introduction to the theorist, a description of the theory’s role as a model for nursing practice, and an examination of its application in clinical practice. Readers will understand how the theory has been used in the past and evaluate it as a model for clinical practice.

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Reviewer:Vicki Ann Moss, DNSc, MS, BSN, RN(University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh)
Description:The authors discuss nursing theory and its relationship to practice, research, administration, and education. They demonstrate how theory guides all nursing endeavors including communication between patients, colleagues, students, and other health professionals.
Purpose:The purpose of this book is to honor nurse theorists and those nurses who use theory in their day-to-day practice by reflecting on the contributions of the great nurse thinkers and doers throughout history.
Audience:This book is written for baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral students to assist them in understanding the various nursing theories and ways they can be used in practice and scholarship. It is also written for nurses who want to enhance their knowledge of theory.
Features:The book is divided into four sections: 1) Perspectives on Nursing Theory; 2) Evolution of Nursing Theory: Essential Influences; 3) Nursing Theory in Nursing Practice; Education, Research, and Administration; and 4) Nursing Theory: Illustrating Processes of Development. Many theorists wrote their own chapters or chose persons to write that are experts in their particular theory. Each chapter begins with an outline and ends with a summary. The pattern for each chapter was selected by individual authors to provide freedom for their particular writing style. In general, however, each author introduces the theorist, the theory and then discusses its use in practice, research, education and/or administration. An instructor's manual is also available.
Assessment:Thisis an excellent reference for any nurse who wants to explore more about a certain theorist or theory. Each chapter could stand alone which makes it an interesting and easy read. An especially worthwhile portion is the discussion of the application of each theory to research, practice, education and/or administration. New chapters include "Technological Competency as Caring and the Practice of Knowing Persons as Whole" and "Developing a Model for Community Nursing Practice." It has something for everyone.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803621688
  • Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
  • Publication date: 4/30/2010
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 544
  • Sales rank: 33,950
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Section I An Introduction to Nursing Theory 1

Chapter 1 Nursing Theory and the Discipline of Nursing Marlaine C. Smith Marilyn E. Parker 3

Chapter 2 A Guide for the Study of Theories for Practice Marilyn E. Parker Marlaine C. Smith 16

Chapter 3 Chossing, Evaluating and Implementing Nursing Theories for Practice Marilyn E. Parker Marlaine C. Smith 20

Section II Evolution of Nursing Theory 33

Chapter 4 Florence Nightingale's Legacy of Caring and Its Applications Lynne M. Dunphy 35

Chapter 5 Twentieth-Century Nursing: Ernestine Wiedenbach, Virginia Henderson, and Lydia Hall's Contributions to Nursing Theory and Their Use in Practice Shirley C. Gordon Theris A. Touhy Theresa Gesse Marcia Dombro Nettie Birnbach 54

Chapter 6 Nurse-Patient Relationship Theories: Hildegard Peplau, Joyce Travelbee, and Ida Jean Orlando Ann R. Peden Kaitlin A. Laubham Autumn Wells Jacqueline Staal Maude Rittman 67

Section III Conceptual Models/Grand Theories in the Interactive/Integrative Paradigm 81

Chapter 7 Myra Levine's Conservation Model Karen Moore Schaefer 83

Chapter 8 Dorothy Johnson's Behavioral System Model and Its Applications Bonnie Holaday 104

Chapter 9 Dorothea Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory Donna L. Hartweg Laureen M. Fleck 121

Chapter 10 Imogene King's Theory of Goal Attainment Imogene King Christina L. Sieloff Mary B. Killeen Maureen A. Frey 146

Chapter 11 Sister Callista Roy's Adaptation Model Callista Roy Lin Zhan 167

Chapter 12 Betty Neuman's Systems Model Patricia Deal Aylward 182

Chapter 13 Helen Erickson, Evelyn Tomlin, and Mary Ann Swain's Theory of Modeling and Role Modeling Helen L. Erickson 202

Chapter 14 Barbara Dossey's Theory of Integral Nursing Barbara Montgomery Dossey 224

Section IV Conceptual Models/Grand Theories in the Unitary-Transformative Paradigm 251

Chapter 15 Martha E. Rogers' Science of Unitary Human Beings Howard Karl Butcher Violet M. Malinski 253

Chapter 16 Rosemarie Rizzo Parse's Humanbecoming School of Thought Rosemarie Rizzo Parse 277

Chapter 17 Margaret Newman's Theory of Health as Expanding Consciousness Margaret Dexheimer Pharris 290

Section V Caring Theories 315

Chapter 18 Madeleine Leininger's Theory of Culture Care Diversity and University Madeleine M. Leininger Marilyn R. McFarland 317

Chapter 19 Josephine Paterson and Loretta Zderad's Humanistic Nursing Theory Susan Kleiman 337

Chapter 20 Jean Watson's Theory of Human Caring Jean Watson Terri Kaye Woodward 351

Chapter 21 Anne Boykin and Savina O. Schoenhofer's Nursing as Caring Theory Anne Boykin Savina O. Schoenhofer Danielle Linden 370

Section VI Middle-Range Theories 387

Chapter 22 Katharine Kolcaba's Comfort Theory Katharine Kolcaba 389

Chapter 23 Joanne Duffy's Quality Caring Model Joanne R. Duffy 402

Chapter 24 Pamela Reed's Theory of Self-transcendence Pamela G. Reed 417

Chapter 25 Kristen Swanson's Theory of Caring Kristen M. Swanson 428

Chapter 26 Mary Jane Smith and Patricia Liehr's Story Theory Mary Jane Smith Patricia Liehr 439

Chapter 27 The Community Nursing Practice Model Marilyn E. Parker Charlotte D. Barry 451

Chapter 28 Rozzano Locsin's Technological Competency as Caring and the Practice of Knowing Persons in Nursing Rozzano C. Locsin 460

Chapter 29 Marilyn Anne Ray's Theory of Bureaucratic Caring Marilyn Anne Ray Marian C. Turkel 472

Chapter 30 Marlaine Smith's Theory of Unitary Caring Marlaine C. Smith 495

Index 505

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