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Nursing and the Philosophy of Care

activity of "caring moments". Caring moments are instances wherein a nurse spends a certain amount of uninterrupted devoted time w...

Caring in Nursing Theory

paternalistic approach that has been favored by physicians. Watsons theory stresses nurses should "honor anothers becoming, autono...

Altruism and Burnout and Pay It Forward Philosophy

This paper provides an example essay that students can use as a guide to crafting personal essay describing personal experience w...

Admission Statement

During the time there I learned and became involved with tasks such as inventory management and employee scheduling and had opport...

Jean Watson's Nursing Theories

the word alone that Watsons ideology is based not just upon clinical actions but upon the implementation of emotional availability...

Nursing Philosophies of Betty Newman and Jean Watson

their roles. As a result, there is a need to temper the actions of the nurse in the carative environment with a recognition of th...

Human Caring Philosophy of Jean Watson

cosmic forces: they comprise the primal and universal psychic energy yet are overlooked * We have to treat our "self" with gentlen...

Democratic Nursing Leadership

ability to empower and grow people" (Gokenbach, 2003, p. 8). Over the past decade, there have been numerous studies that have fou...

Nursing Philosophy and Occupational Focus

theorist Jean Watson, who developed her Theory of Human Caring in the late 1970s. As a result of Watsons efforts to bring greater...

Caring Theory of Nursing

caring experience, caring becomes a moral principle (Watson 1979, p. 9). Caring happens between two people during their normal and...

Jean Watson's Theoretical Perspective

This research paper discusses Jean Watson's theoretical perspective as expressed in her nursing theory. The writer offers a thorou...

Jean Watson's Theory of Caring: Clinical Application

This research paper concerns Jean Watson's theory of human caring and its use within nursing clinical practice. Eleven pages in le...

Jean Watson's Caring Theory Nursing Implementation

In eight pages this paper discusses Watson's contributions to the nursing theory of caring. Six sources are cited in the bibliogr...

Nursing, Creativity, Self Care, and Personal Growth

In five pages this paper discusses nursing in a consideration of using personal assessments like journaling to encourage creativit...

Suggestions for a Clinical Journal Entry

to answer Mary or look at her. Mary continued to talk soothingly, rubbing Angelas back lightly as she did so. She talked about how...

Transcultural Nursing

on a global level. Her background was anthropology, which focuses on groups in different areas of the world and it was this focus ...

School Nurses and the Usefulness of Jean Watson's Nursing Paradigm

no education. Children were left to their own devices to discover the intimacies of one of the most personal activities of human ...

3 Elements of Psychiatric Nursing

cope with ethical situations primarily from experience and only minimally from formal education, which leaves novice nurses with "...

Teaching Reading, A Personal Philosophy

good readers, reading is not a guessing game and that the grapho-phonemic or letter-sound information should be the first element ...

Impact of a BSN on Nursing Role

background of hospital RNs is a significant factor in providing quality nursing care, as this study showed that the level of educa...

Nursing Taxonomy, Orem, Watson and Personal

This paper begins by discusses the taxonomy of both Watson and Orem's theories and then draws on these theories to relate a person...

Nursing Philosophy and Practice, Their Relationship

This research paper discusses nursing theory and nursing practice, as well as the theories of Watson and Orem. Seven pages in leng...

3 Nursing Theories as They Pertain to Geriatrics

of professional nursing, nursing theory provides perspectives and guidance that aids nurses in achieving their primary goal of pro...

Transcultural Approaches and Holistic Nursing

In five pages this paper examines the model for holistic nursing in a consideration of its need for nursing approaches that are tr...

The Importance of Care In Nursing

the mountains in California, ride a horse in the Grand Canyon, volunteer in a cancer center, finish painting his house, attend his...

Nursing and Knowledge

led to alter his position. The old philosophers gave much attention to the issue of knowledge and epistemology. Aristotle ...

Personal Influences on Nursing Philosophy

ability has improved considerably, inasmuch as the decisions I now make are more analytical and based upon a broader and more dive...

Wrestling, Personal Teaching Philosophy

This essay presents an example of how a high school wrestling instructor might choose to describe the teacher's personal teaching ...

Family Nurse Practitioner's Role

This research paper offers an overview of the role of Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). The writer discusses the metaparadigm conce...

Personal Philosophy of Nursing

attitude for science and the availability of educational opportunities, and the need for nurses in the job market, a the heart of ...