5. Nursing theorists of historical significance

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CHAPTER 5 Nursing theorists of historical significance Marie E. Pokorny “The idea of nursing, historically rooted in the care of the sick and in the provision of nurturance for those…

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27. Maternal role attainment becoming a mother

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CHAPTER 27 Maternal role attainment becoming a mother Molly Meighan “The process of becoming a mother requires extensive psychological, social, and physical work. A woman experiences heightened vulnerability and faces…

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3. Theory development process

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CHAPTER 3 Theory development process Sonya R. Hardin “Nursing’s potential for meaningful human service rests on the union of theory and practice for its fulfillment.” (Rogers, 1970, p. viii) Theory…

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32. The tidal model of mental health recovery

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CHAPTER 32 The tidal model of mental health recovery Nancy Brookes “Mental illnesses or psychiatric disorders are ‘problems of human living’ people find it difficult to live with themselves or…

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25. Modeling and role-modeling

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CHAPTER 25 Modeling and role-modeling Margaret E. Erickson “Unconditional acceptance of the person as a human in the process of Being and Becoming is basic to the Modeling and Role-Modeling…

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14. Self-care deficit theory of nursing

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CHAPTER 14 Self-care deficit theory of nursing Violeta A. Berbiglia and Barbara Banfield “Nursing is practical endeavor, but it is practical endeavor engaged in by persons who have specialized theoretic…

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33. Theory of comfort

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CHAPTER 33 Theory of comfort Thérèse Dowd “In today’s technological world, nursing’s historic mission of providing comfort to patients and family members is even more important. Comfort is an antidote…

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31. Theory of chronic sorrow

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CHAPTER 31 Theory of chronic sorrow Ann M. Schreier and Nellie S. Droes “Chronic sorrow is the presence of pervasive grief-related feelings that have been found to occur periodically throughout…

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36. Peaceful end-of-life theory

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CHAPTER 36 Peaceful end-of-life theory Patricia A. Higgins and Dana M. Hansen “Standards of care offer a promising approach for the development of middle-range prescriptive theories because of their empirical…

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