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Author McEwen, Melanie.

Title Theoretical basis for nursing / [edited by] Melanie McEwen, Evelyn M. Wills
Edition Second edition
Published Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007

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Description xxi, 551 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contents -- UNIT I: Introduction to Theory 1 -- CHAPTER 1: Philosophy, Science, and Nursing 3 -- Melanie McEwen -- Nursing as a Profession 4 -- Nursing as an Academic Discipline 4 -- Introduction to Science and Philosophy 6 -- Science and Philosophical Schools of Thought 8 -- Nursing Philosophy, Nursing Science, and Philosophy of Science in Nursing 11 -- Knowledge Development and Nursing Science 12 -- Research Methodology and Nursing Science 16 -- Summary 19 -- Chapter 2: Overview of Theory in Nursing 24 -- Melanie McEwen -- Overview of Theory 26 -- The Importance of Theory in Nursing 26 -- Terminology of Theory 27 -- Historical Overview: Theory Development in Nursing 27 -- Classification of Theories in Nursing 35 -- Issues in Theory Development in Nursing 41 -- Summary 47 -- Chapter 3: Concept Development: Clarifying Meaning of Terms 50 -- Evelyn Wills and Melanie McEwen -- The Concept of "Concept" 52 -- Concept Analysis/Concept Development 55 -- Strategies for Concept Analysis and Concept Development 58 -- Summary 69 -- Chapter 4: Theory Development: Structuring Conceptual Relationships in Nursing 73 -- Melanie McEwen -- Overview of Theory Development 74 -- Categorizations of Theory 74 -- Components of a Theory 80 -- Theory Development 83 -- Summary 90 -- Chapter 5: Theory Analysis and Evaluation -- Melanie McEwen -- Definition and Purpose of Theory Evaluation -- Historical Overview of Theory Analysis and Evaluation -- Comparison of Methods -- Synthesized Method of Theory Evaluation -- Summary -- UNIT II: Nursing Theories 115 -- CHAPTER 6: Overview of Grand Nursing Theories 117 -- Evelyn Wills -- Categorization of Conceptual Frameworks and Grand Theories 119 -- Specific Categories of Models and Theories for This Unit 125 -- Analysis Criteria for Grand Nursing Theories 125 -- The Purpose of Critiquing Theories 129 -- Summary 129 -- Chapter 7: Grand Nursing Theories Based on Human Needs 132 -- Evelyn Wills -- Florence Nightingale and Nursing: What It Is and What It Is Not 133 -- Virginia Henderson: The Principles and Practice of Nursing 137 -- Faye G. Abdellah: Patient-Centered Approaches to Nursing 140 -- Dorothea E. Orem: The Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory 144 -- Dorothy Johnson: The Behavioral System Model 148 -- Betty Neuman: The Neuman Systems Model 152 -- Summary 157 -- Chapter 8: Grand Nursing Theories Based on Interactive Process 163 -- Evelyn Wills -- Myra Estrin Levine: The Conservation Model 164 -- Barbara M. Artinian: The Intersystem Model 169 -- Helen C. Erickson, Evelyn M. Tomlin, and Mary Ann P. Swain: Modeling and -- Role-Modeling, a Paradigm and Theory for Nursing 174 -- Imogene King: King's Systems Framework and Theory of Goal Attainment 178 -- Roper, Logan, and Tierney: Model of Nursing Based on Activities of Living 182 -- Sister Callista Roy: The Roy Adaptation Model 187 -- Jean Watson: Caring Science as Sacred Science 192 -- Summary 197 -- Chapter 9: Grand Nursing Theories Based on Unitary Process 202 -- Evelyn Wills -- Martha Rogers: The Science of Unitary and Irreducible Human Beings 203 -- Margaret Newman: Health as Expanding Consciousness 208 -- Rosemarie Parse: The Theory of Human Becoming 213 -- Summary 219 -- Chapter 10: Introduction to Middle Range Nursing Theories 225 -- Melanie McEwen -- Purposes of Middle Range Theory 226 -- Characteristics of Middle Range Theory 227 -- Concepts and Relationships for Middle Range Theory 229 -- Categorizing Middle Range Theory 229 -- Development of Middle Range Theory 230 -- Analysis and Evaluation of Middle Range Theory 237 -- Summary 238 -- CHAPTER 11: Overview of Selected Middle Range Nursing Theories 242 -- Melanie McEwen -- High Middle Range Theories 243 -- Middle Middle Range Theories 253 -- Low Middle Range Theories 262 -- Summary 267 -- UNIT III: Borrowed Theories Used by Nurses 273 -- CHAPTER 12: Theories From the Sociologic Sciences 275 -- Grace M. Bielkiewicz -- Exchange Theories 276 -- Interactionist Frameworks 282 -- Conflict Theories 286 -- Chaos Theory 293 -- Summary 297 -- Chapter 13: Theories From the Behavioral Sciences 302 -- Martha Kuhns -- Psychodynamic Theories 304 -- Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories 310 -- Humanistic Theories 313 -- Stress Theories 316 -- Social Psychology 319 -- Summary 324 -- Chapter 14: Theories From the Biomedical Sciences 330 -- Lorraine Frazier -- Theories and Models of Disease Causation 331 -- Theories and Principles Related to Physiology and Physical Functioning 339 -- Summary 351 -- Chapter 15: Theories, Models, and Frameworks From Administration and Management 355 -- Melinda Oberleitner -- Overview of Concepts of Leadership and Management 356 -- Early Leadership Theories 357 -- Contemporary Leadership Theories 364 -- Organizational/Management Theories 365 -- Motivational Theories 367 -- Concepts of Power, Empowerment, and Change 369 -- Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Processes 372 -- Conflict Management 374 -- Quality Control and Quality Improvement 374 -- Evidence-Based Practice 378 -- Summary 379 -- Chapter 16: Learning Theories 383 -- Paula Broussard, Melanie McEwen, and Evelyn Wills -- What Is Learning? 384 -- What Is Teaching? 385 -- Categorization of Learning Theories 385 -- Behavioral Learning Theories 386 -- Cognitive Learning Theories 389 -- Summary of Learning Theories 402 -- Learning Styles 402 -- Principles of Learning 404 -- Application of Learning Theories in Nursing 405 -- Summary 406 -- UNIT IV: Application of Theory in Nursing Practice 411 -- Chapter 17: Application of Theory in Nursing Practice 413 -- Melanie McEwen -- Relationship Between Theory and Practice 415 -- Theory-Based Nursing Practice 416 -- The Theory-Practice Gap 417 -- Practice Theories in Nursing 419 -- Evidence-Based Practice 423 -- Application of Theory in Nursing Practice 428 -- Summary 432 -- Chapter 18: Application of Theory in Nursing Research 436 -- Melanie McEwen -- Historical Overview of Research and Theory in Nursing 437 -- Relationship Between Research and Theory 438 -- Types of Theory and Corresponding Research 440 -- How Theory Is Used in Research 444 -- Nursing and Nonnursing Theories in Nursing Research 450 -- Other Issues in Nursing Theory and Nursing Research 452 -- Summary 454 -- Chapter 19: Application of Theory in Nursing Administration and Management 459 -- Melinda Oberleitner -- Organizational Design 460 -- Shared Governance 464 -- Transformational Leadership in Nursing and in Health Care 465 -- Patient Care Delivery Models 467 -- Case Management 474 -- Disease/Chronic Illness Management 477 -- Quality Management 480 -- Summary 484 -- Chapter 20: Application of Theory in Nursing Education 489 -- Melanie McEwen and Evelyn Wills -- Theoretical Issues in Nursing Curricula 491 -- Theoretical Issues in Nursing Instruction 499 -- Summary 505 -- Chapter 21: Future Issues in Nursing Theory 510 -- Melanie McEwen -- Future Issues in Nursing Science 513 -- Future Issues in Nursing Theory 514 -- Theoretical Perspectives on Future Issues in Nursing Practice, Research, -- Administration and Management, and Education 515 -- Summary 522 -- Index 525
Summary Written in an easily understood style, this book reflects current content course needs by addressing the underlying information needed to understand and apply theory to practice
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Nursing -- Philosophy.
Nursing.
Nursing Theory.
Author McEwen, Melanie.
Wills, Evelyn M.
LC no. 2005033045
ISBN 0781762839 paperback