NURSING THEORIES & NURSING PRACTICE This title has been archived.

Author: Marilyn Parker, PhD, RN, FAAN, Christine Lynn
Affiliation: Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.
Publisher: F.A. Davis Company
Publication Date: 2006
ISBN 10: 080361196X
ISBN 13: 9780803611962
Edition: 2nd

Description:

Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice, 2nd Edition, shows your undergraduate and graduate students how theory will help them improve the ways in which they practice nursing. It contains contributions by the original theorists, including discussion of how theories can be used in practice and examples of implementation written by nurses themselves. To help your students develop critical thinking skills, clear explanations of multiple ways of knowing are detailed, in addition to reflective practice, and background information on the process of theory development.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • Preface to the Second Edition
  • Nursing Theorists
  • Contributing Authors
  • Consultants
  • Overview of Contents

SECTION I Perspectives on Nursing Theory

    Introduction to Nursing Theory

    • Definitions of Nursing Theory
    • Nursing Theory in the Context of Nursing Knowledge
    • Types of Nursing Theory
    • Nursing’s Need for Nursing Theory
    • Nursing Theory and the Future
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Studying Nursing Theory: Choosing, Analyzing, Evaluating

    • Reasons for Studying Nursing Theory
    • Questions from Practicing Nurses about Using Nursing Theory
    • Choosing a Nursing Theory to Study
    • An Exercise of Reflection for the Study of Nursing Theory
    • Analysis and Evaluation of Nursing Theory
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Guides for Study of Theories for Practice and Administration

    • Study of Theory for Nursing Practice
    • Study of Theory for Nursing Administration
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Evaluating Nursing Theory Resources

    • Introduction
    • Why Evaluate Resources for Nursing Inquiry and Research?
    • Theory as a Guiding Framework for Evaluation
    • How Do You Know What You Know?
    • Preparing to Initiate a Search
    • Wise Moves in Your Beginning Search
    • A Search Example
    • Using the Guide for Evaluating Theory (GET) Resources
    • Thoughts for Your Journey
    • References

SECTION II Evolution of Nursing Theory: Essential Influences

    Florence Nightingale’s Legacy of Caring and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Early Life and Education
    • Spirituality
    • War
    • Introducing the Theory
    • The Medical Milieu
    • The Feminist Context of Nightingale’s Caring
    • Ideas about Nursing
    • Nightingale’s Legacy
    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Hildegard E. Peplau’s Process of Practice-Based Theory Development and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • PART TWO Applications
    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Twentieth-Century Nursing

    • Introducing the Theorists
    • Introducing the Theories
    • PART TWO Applications
    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Dorothy Johnson’s Behavioral System Model and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • PART TWO Applications
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    PART ONE: Myra Levine’s Conservation Model and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • PART TWO Applications
    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    Lydia Hall: The Care, Core, and Cure Model and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Historical Background
    • Vision of Nursing
    • Care, Core, and Cure
    • The Loeb Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation
    • Implications for Nursing Practice
    • Implications for Nursing Research
    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Josephine Paterson and Loretta Zderad’s Humanistic Nursing Theory and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorists
    • Introducing the Theory
    • PART TWO Applications
    • SUMMARY
    • References

SECTION III Nursing Theory in Nursing Practice, Education, Research, and Administration

    PART ONE: Dorothea E. Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Views of Human Beings Specific to Nursing
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    PART TWO: Applications of Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory

    • Research
    • Practice
    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Martha E. Rogers’ Science of Unitary Human Beings

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • Separate Theories Implicit in Science of Unitary Human Beings
    • SUMMARY
    • Bibliography

    PART TWO: Applications of Rogers’ Science of Unitary Human Beings

    • Practice
    • Research
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    PART ONE: Rosemarie Rizzo Parse’s Human Becoming School of Thought

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory: The Human Becoming School of Thought
    • SUMMARY

    PART TWO: Applications of Parse’s Human Becoming School of Thought

    • Applications
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Margaret A. NEWMAN’S Theory of Health as Expanding Consciousness and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • PART TWO Applications
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    PART ONE: Imogene M. King’s Theory of Goal Attainment

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • Use of King’s Conceptual System and Theory
    • SUMMARY

    PART TWO: Applications of King’s Theory of Goal Attainment

    • Application of Interacting Systems Framework
    • Concept Development Within the Framework
    • Theory of Goal Attainment
    • Recommendations for Knowledge Development Related to King’s Framework and Theory
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Sister Callista Roy’s Adaptation Model and Its Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • Applications: Research Framework
    • Model in Practice
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Betty Neuman: The Neuman Systems Model and Global Applications

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • The Neuman Systems Model
    • Global Applications of the Model
    • Projections for Use of the Model in the Twenty-First Century
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    PART ONE: Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • MAJOR CONCEPTUAL ELEMENTS
    • SUMMARY

    PART TWO : Application of Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring

    • SUMMARY
    • References
    • Bibliography

    PART ONE: Madeleine M. Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • Current Status of the Theory

    PART TWO : Application of Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality

    • The Ethnonursing Research Method
    • Culture Care Theory and Nursing Practice
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Anne Boykin and Savina O. Schoenhofer’s Nursing as Caring Theory

    • Introducing the Theorists
    • Introducing the Theory
    • Applications
    • Questions Nurses Ask about the Theory of Nursing as Caring
    • References

SECTION IV Nursing Theory: Illustrating Processes of Development

    Kristen M. Swanson: A Program of Research on Caring

    • Turning Point
    • Predoctoral Experiences
    • Doctoral Studies
    • Postdoctoral Study
    • The Miscarriage Caring Project
    • A Literary Meta- Analysis of Caring
    • Couples Miscarriage Healing Project
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    PART ONE: Marilyn Anne Ray’s Theory of Bureaucratic Caring

    • Introducing the Theorist
    • Introducing the Theory
    • Practice Theory Reviewed: Evolution of Theory Development
    • SUMMARY

    PART TWO: Applications of Marilyn Ray’s Theory of Bureaucratic Caring

    • Current Context of Health-Care Organizations
    • Review of the Literature: Political and Economic Constraints of Nursing Practice
    • Economic Implications of Bureaucratic Caring Theory: Research in Current Atmosphere of Health-Care Reform
    • Economic/Political Implications of Bureaucratic Caring
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Technological Competency as Caring and the Practice of Knowing Persons as Whole

    • Introducing the Theory
    • SUMMARY
    • References

    Developing a Community Nursing Practice Model

    • Introducing the Theorists
    • Developing a Community Nursing Practice Model: The Ideal and the Practical
    • The Community Nursing Practice Model
    • Structure of Services and Activities
    • SUMMARY
    • References