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The Neuman Systems Model


Volume: 11
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Nursing Theory

November 1993 | 56 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Neuman's Systems Model is a comprehensive conceptual framework, used extensively in nursing education; it reflects nursing's interest in holism and the influence of the environment on health. This volume provides a clear and concise overview of the model, with a brief biography of the theorist and a succinct discussion of the theory itself.
 
Biographical Sketch
 
Neuman's Systems Model
Origin

 
 
Neuman's Systems Model
Assumptions and Concepts

 
 
Neuman's Systems Model
Nursing and Prevention as Intervention

 
 
Application to Practice and Research

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