Nursing Theory: Utilization and Application

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Divided into three parts-Coneptualization, Application, and Expansion-Nursing Theory: Utilization & Application outlines the evolution of nursing theory, demonstrates how to apply these models and philosophies to practice, and anticipates the future with the expansion of theory-based practice.

As a companion to Nursing Theorists and Their Work, this textbook provides students with the opportunity to apply what they have learned to nursing practice through various patient scenarios.

Featured in the fourth edition:

Explores the moral and ethical side of nursing practice and specific nursing duties, distinguishing itself from other theory textbooks

Includes updated nursing application examples that promote evidence-based practice by providing real-life scenarios

Provides case histories that demonstrate how to apply theory to the clinical side of nursing

Includes updated conceptualization chapters that address the benefits and cautions associated with evidence-based practice and illustrate the importance of praxis-a dynamic process in which theory and practice unite

Challenges students with updated critical thinking exercises that require a high level of analysis and reflect advanced nursing practice

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815108122
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 236

Table of Contents

1 The nature of knowledge needed for nursing practice 3
2 Nursing models : normal science for nursing practice 17
3 Philosophies, models, and theories : critical thinking structures 43
4 Philosophies, models, and theories : moral obligations 67
5 Nightingale's philosophy in nursing practice 89
6 Watson's philosophy in nursing practice 103
7 Benner's philosophy in nursing practice 131
8 Johnson's behavioral system model in nursing practice 157
9 King's conceptual system and theory of goal attainment in nursing practice 181
10 Levine's conservation model in nursing practice 207
11 Neuman's systems model in nursing practice 229
12 Orem's self-care deficit nursing theory in practice 255
13 Rogers' science of unitary human beings in nursing practice 283
14 Roy's adaptation model in nursing practice 307
15 Orlando's nursing process theory in nursing practice 335
16 Modeling and role-modeling theory in nursing practice 363
17 Mercer's becoming a mother theory in nursing practice 393
18 Leininger's theory of culture care diversity and universality in nursing practice 413
19 Parse's theory of human becoming in nursing practice 431
20 Newman's theory of health as expanding consciousness in nursing practice 461
21 Areas for further development of theory-based nursing practice 487
22 Nursing philosophies, models, and theories : a focus on the future 499
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