This practical resource for nursing students, educators, researchers, and practitioners provides content about the conceptual models of nursing that are used as organizing frameworks for nursing practice, quality improvement projects, and research. Chapters break these abstract models down into their core concepts and definitions. Discussions of each model provide examples of practical application so readers can employ these organizing frameworks. This is the only book to apply these models to quality improvement projects, particularly those in DNP programs and clinical agencies. For every conceptual model, diagrams, information boxes, and other visual elements clarify and reinforce information. Each chapter features applications of the conceptual models to a wide variety of examples, including nursing practice assessment and an intervention, a literature review and descriptive qualitative, instrument development, correlational, experimental, and mixed-method studies.
"The book is organised in three sections; a theoretical section that sets the stage for how and why we work as partners with the communities we serve; a process section that details the activities of the community process in action; and a third section of stories that tell the tales of working in and with communities from sea to sea"--Provided by publisher.
This is a time-tested, practical guide for nurses and other healthcare professionals who wish to transform their healthcare systems based on caring values and the promotion of intra- and inter-professional dialogue among stakeholders. It describes a theoretically grounded model created by nurses for transforming the culture of healthcare systems at all levels, and features tested strategies that facilitate accessibility, efficiency, effectiveness, and enhanced outcomes. At its most basic level, this model, the Dance of Caring Persons, expresses the fundamental beliefs and attitudes that each person in the healthcare system lives caring meaningfully in unique and valuable ways, and the contributions of each person to the whole of the enterprise have a significant place within it.
Evidence-based practice : context, concerns, and challenges -- Critical thinking and evidence-based practice -- The Johns Hopkins Nursing evidence-based practice model and process overview -- The practice question -- Searching for evidence -- Evidence appraisal : research -- Evidence appraisal : non-research -- Translation -- Creating a supportive evidence-based practice environment
Do you have a work culture that fosters collaboration, stimulates innovation, and empowers nurses to achieve success in exceptional ways? In Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model: Strategies to Advance Nursing Excellence, [the] authors present a model proven to inspire professional nurses to deliver exceptional care delivery and outcomes. Whether you're a bedside nurse or an executive, you'll learn how to adapt the Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model to your work setting...With a focus on achievement, caring, empowerment, and influence, Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model can help reshape the future of nursing..
An introduction to nursing theory / Janet S. Hickman -- Nursing theory and clinical practice / Julia B. George -- Environmental model / Marie L. Lobo -- Interpersonal relations in nursing / Janice Ryan Belcher -- Definition and components of nursing / Marie L. Lobo -- Self-care deficit nursing theory / Peggy Coldwell Foster -- Behavioral system model / Marie L. Lobo -- Nursing process discipline / Julia B. George -- Other theories from the 1950s and 1960s / Peggy Coldwell Foster -- The conservation principles : a model for health / Julia B. George -- Conceptual system and theory of goal attainment / Julia B. George -- Science of unitary human beings / Maryanne Garon -- Roy adaptation model / Julia Gallagher Galbreath -- The Neuman systems model / Julia B. George -- Other theories from the 1970s / Julia B. George -- Theory of culture care diversity and universality / Julia B. George -- Health as expanding consciousness / Julia B. George -- Theory of transpersonal caring / Brenda P. Johnson and Jane H. Kelley -- Human becoming school of thought : Rosemarie Rizzo Parse / Janet S. Hickman -- The modeling and role-modeling theory / Noreen Cavan isch and Susan Stanwyck Bowman -- Health promotion model / Julia B. George -- Philosophy of caring and expert nursing practice : Patricia Benner / Bobbe Ann Gray -- Other theories of the 1980s / Julia B. George and Janet S. Hickman -- Other nursing theories from the 1990s / Janet Hickman and Julia B. George.
Focused on developing a competent public health nursing practice in diverse settings, the core text builds on the Henry Street Consortium's framework of 12 competences for population-based, entry-level public health nursing. This full-color, newly designed third edition has completely revised and updated coverage, including: ? 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that provide a framework for public health nursing practice
Professional practice models : raising awareness -- The importance of professional practice models : appreciating significance -- Professionalism, interprofessionalism, and leadership : commitment -- Components of professional practice models : design -- Application of professional practice models : implementation -- Assessing the success of professional practice models : evaluation --Refining the professional practice model within a health system : adaptation -- Translating a professional practice model into everyday practice : adoption -- Values and behaviors associated with exemplary professional practice : enculturation -- Enduring professional practice models : sustainment -- Spreading lessons learned and best practices : dissemination -- Power of professional practice models : impact
Madeleine Leininger's theory of culture care diversity and universality -- Larry Purnell's model for cultural competence -- Josepha Campinha-Bacote's the process of cultural competence in the delivery of healthcare services and biblically based model of cultural competence -- Joyce Newman Giger and Ruth Davidhizar's transcultural assessment model -- Rachel Spector's health traditions model -- Margaret Andrews/Joyceen Boyle transcultural nursing assessment guide for individuals and families -- Discussion across models and future of transcultural nursing.