Nursing models : application to practice
Presents a comprehensive explanation of the major nursing models that influence nursing practices. This title focuses on the applications of nursing models to many areas of nursing practice and shows how models can influence the way nurses think and act and how the patients, their families and communities can be enhanced as a result.
Print Book, English, ©2010
Quay Books Division, London, ©2010
viii, 273 pages : illustrations
What are nursing models and why do we need them?
Paradigms and metaparadigms
The history of nursing models
Hildegard Paplau's interpersonal relations model
Calista Roy's adaptation model
Dorothea Orem's self-care model
The Roper-Logan-Tierney model
The Tidal model of mental health recovery and reclamation
Critiquing nursing models in the era of evidence-informed practice