Nursology.net

Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Nursology

The Health Promotion Model describes sets of variables that determine the likelihood that individuals will engage in health-promoting behavior. These include cognitive-perceptual factors, modifying factors, and cues to action. The model is linear in nature and identifies seven cognitive-perceptual factors and five modifying factors that

Actived: 4 days ago

URL: nursology.net

The Definition of Health: Thoughts from Japan Nursology

Health is a central concept in most if not all versions of the metaparadigm of nursology (Fawcett, 2019). I have defined health as “human processes of living and dying” (Fawcett & DeSanto-Madeya, 2013, p. 6) and …

Category:  Health Go Health

Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH)

Brief Description. “Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) represents a new way of thinking in nursing philosophy that shifts from a deficit, reductionist lens to a strengths-based, holistic lens. Strengths are inner and outer resources that exist at the biological (cellular, person, and environment levels (micro to macro).

Category:  Health Go Health

Theory of Integrative Nurse Coaching Nursology

The Theory of Integrative Nurse Coaching (TINC) is a middle-range theory that honors clients as whole beings. All clients have their unique histories, stories, cultures, perspectives and the inherent wisdom to discover individual healing. Healing is a lifelong journey seeking harmony and balance in one’s own life and in family, community, and

Category:  Health Go Health

An Empirical Framework for Person, Family, Community …

Health is a resource for everyday life, not the objective of living; it is a positive concept, emphasizing social and personal resources, as well as physical capacities (WHO, 1984). The client of nursing is the specific focus of care activities. Depending on the sphere of nursing practice or the demands of a particular situation, the client of

Category:  Health Go Health

Barnard’s Child Health Assessment Interaction Theory

Barnard’s theory has been used to guide practice, which “has transformed the way that healthcare providers evaluate children in light of the parent-child relationship” (Pokorny, 2010, p. 62). The theory also has been used to “to study community problems that affect health disparities” (Pokorny, 2010, p. 62; see Reifsnider et al. 2005).

Category:  Health Go Health

Florence Nightingale’s Perspective of Nursology

Florence Nightingale is regarded as the founder of modern nursology, although interestingly, she equated knowledge of sanitation with what we now call nursology. Consequently, Nightingale’s view of the task of all nursologists …

Category:  Health Go Health

King’s Conceptual System Nursology

Theory of Family Health/Family Health Theory. Doornbos, M.M. (1995). Using King’s systems framework to explore family health in the families of the young chronically mentally ill. In M.A. Frey & C.L. Sieloff (Eds.), Advancing King’s systems framework and theory of nursing (pp. 192–205). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Doornbos, M.M. (2000). King

Category:  Health Go Health

Kolcaba’s Comfort Theory Nursology

Contributor: Katharine Kolcaba September 8, 2018 Author - Katharine Kolcaba, RN, MSN, PhD Year First Published - 1994 Major Concepts HEALTH CARE NEEDS COMFORTING INTERVENTIONS INTERVENING VARIABLES ENHANCED COMFORT HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIORS Internal behaviors Peaceful death External behaviors INSTITUTIONAL …

Category:  Health Go Health

Levine’s Conservation Model Nursology

A theory of health promotion for preterm infants based on Levine’s conservation model of nursing. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17, 260-266. Theory of Redundancy . Levine, M.E. (1978, December). The four conservation principles of nursing. …

Category:  Health Go Health

Jean Watson’s Contribution to Understanding the Spiritual

Contributor: Vanessa Silva (Portugal)* Over the centuries, human history has experienced numerous challenges in the area of health and disease, namely through the experience of pandemic realities, such as the Black Death in the 19th century and the Spanish Influenza in the 20th century, in which there was a high mortality and morbidity rate associated…

Category:  Health Go Health

Power in Nursing Nursology

Yukari Shitaki wrote: Power is generally defined as authority, motive power, energy, and so on. In nursing, I think that there are many things that are demonstrated through relationships among people, such as manpower, empowerment, and power augmentation, which improve technical skills and abilities. In addition, I think that the way people

Category:  Health Go Health

Situation-Specific Theories Nursology

They proposed that post-empiricism, critical social theory, feminism, and hermeneutics could serve as the philosophical bases of situation-specific theories. They also proposed that the properties of situation-specific theories encompass six characteristics: (1) low level of abstraction, (2) reflection of specific nursing phenomena, (3) context

Category:  Health Go Health

Newman’s theory of health as expanding consciousness and

Contributor: Katherine C. Rosa October 24, 2018 Research/Theory Exemplar (Health as Expanding Consciousness) Rosa, K. C. (2004). Newman's research as praxis: Health as expanding consciousness and living with lower extremity chronic skin wounds. PhD Dissertation, Boston College, ProQuest Information and Learning Company. Rosa, K. (2006). …

Category:  Health Go Health

Rural Nursing Theory Nursology

Health is defined as a way of life/state of of mind. Older residents are more likely to define health in a functional manner; and rural residents are self-reliant and make decisions to seek care based on self-assessment and the resources needed and available. The role of the nurse is characterized by lack of anonymity and role diffusion.

Category:  Health Go Health

Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Women’s Health is Human …

Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Women’s Health is Human Health. June 24, 2022 / Peggy L Chinn. On this momentous day in the United States, as we witness the blatant evil heaped on American women by the Supreme Court action to end the protection of abortion access, it is time to renew our commitment as a discipline to the optimum health and

Category:  Health Go Health

Critical Caring in the context of COVID-19 Nursology

Downstream Caring. Critical caring begins with the preparation of one’s self (CHPP1) and involves taking measures to monitor, care for, and protect one’s own physical-mental-spiritual health. Examples related to COVID-19 include physical distancing when in public and use of appropriate personal protective equipment.

Category:  Health Go Health

Examining the Evolving Role of the BSN-Prepared Nurse

The community clinic was centered at a District Hospital and operated synergically with ten other health centers within our catchment area (NSM community as the client system).I learned to assure the provision of self-care maintenance, self-care monitoring, and self-care management services (Concepts of the TSCC).For instance, I was involved in caring for …

Category:  Health Go Health