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Nursing Theories and Models

Nursing Theories and Models

Three Volume Set
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August 2013 | 880 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Nursing is a global, dynamic and changing profession in which there is a substantial and important area of literature which charts nursing knowledge and theory. Through study of the topic it is possible to discern clear phases and themes in this development and to capture the debates as to how this knowledge influences and shapes nursing practice. These three volumes will cover the scope of international publications in nursing knowledge, models and theories and take a critical, retrospective review of these works. The volumes encompass empirical and conceptual works and will cover significant knowledge and key debates in the field, as well as including more contemporary works to signal future trends.

The collection is categorised and sorted thematically into three volumes to enable clear navigation and understanding of the material, and an introduction written by the editors frames the set, providing guidance and context.

Florence Nightingale
Notes on Nursing: What It Is and What It Is not
Virginia Henderson
The Nature of Nursing: A Definition and Its Implications for Practice, Research and Education
James Dickoff, Patricia James and Ernestine Wiedenbach
Theory in a Practice Discipline
Part I: Practice-Oriented Theory

Jean McFarlane
The Role of Research and the Development of Nursing Theory
Sue Donaldson and Dorothy Crowley
The Discipline of Nursing
Barbara Carper
Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing
Joy Johnson
A Dialectical Examination of Nursing Art
Michael Yeo
Integration of Nursing Theory and Nursing Ethics
Jill White
Patterns of Knowing
Review, Critique and Update

Jacqueline Fawcett
Middle-Range Nursing Theories Are Necessary for the Advancement of the Discipline
Janice Morse et al
Concepts of Caring and Caring as a Concept
Jacqueline Fawcett
From a Plethora of Paradigms to Parsimony in Worldviews
Kristen Swanson
Empirical Development of a Middle-Range Theory of Caring
Jacqueline Fawcett
A Framework for Analysis and Evaluation of Conceptual Models of Nursing
Afaf Ibrahim Meleis
Metaphors, Symbols, Definitions

Patricia Higgins and Shirley Moore
Levels of Theoretical Thinking in Nursing
Steve Edwards
The Idea of Nursing Science
Lorraine Olszewski Walker and Kay Coalson Avant
Concept Analysis
John Paley
How not to Clarify Concepts in Nursing
Jane Robinson
Problems with Paradigms in a Caring Profession
Dorothea Orem and Susan Taylor
Reflections on Nursing Practice Science
The Nature, the Structure and the Foundation of Nursing Sciences

Nancy Roper and Winifred Logan
The Roper/Logan/Tierney Model
Hildegard Peplau
Peplau's Theory of Interpersonal Relations
Imogene King
King's Theory of Goal Attainment
Callista Roy
A Conceptual Framework for Nursing

Callista Roy
Future of the Roy Model
Challenge to Redefine Adaptation

Dorothy Johnson
A Philosophy of Nursing
Dorothy Johnson
The Nature of a Science of Nursing
Peter Aggleton and Helen Chalmers
Neuman's Systems Model
Betty Neuman
The Neuman Systems Model
Reflections and Projections

Martha Rogers
Nursing Science and the Space Age N
Margaret Newman
Newman's Theory of Health as Praxis
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
Human Becoming
Parse's Theory of Nursing

Madeleine Leininger
Culture Care Theory, Research and Practice
Jean Watson
The Theory of Human Caring
Retrospective and Prospective

Alison Tierney
Nursing Models
Extant or Extinct?

Davina Allen
Re-Reading Nursing and Re-Writing Practice
Towards an Empirically Based Reformulation of the Nursing Mandate

Jacqueline Fawcett
The State of Nursing Science
Hallmarks of the 20th and 21st Centuries

Imogene King
Nursing Theory 25 Years Later
William Cody
Nursing Theory as a Guide to Practice
Susan Gortner
Nursing's Syntax Revisited
A Critique of Philosophies Said to Influence Nursing Theories

Jean Watson
Postmodernism and Knowledge Development in Nursing
Pamela Reed
A Treatise on Nursing Knowledge Development for the 21st Century
Beyond Postmodernism

Jocalyn Lawler
Behind the Screens
Nursing, Somology and the Problem of the Body: Preface and Introduction

Evidence-Based Medicine Working Group
Evidence-Based Medicine
A New Approach to Teaching the Practice of Medicine

David Sackett et al
Evidence-Based Medicine
What It Is and What It Isn't

Peter French
What Is the Evidence on Evidence-Based Nursing? An Epistemological Concern
Jacqueline Fawcett et al
On Nursing Theories and Evidence
Jo Rycroft-Malone et al
What Counts as Evidence in Evidence-Based Practice?
Donald Schön
The Crisis of Professional Knowledge and the Pursuit of an Epistemology of Practice
Christopher Johns
Framing Learning through Reflection within Carper's Fundamental Ways of Knowing in Nursing
Amanda Burton
Nursing's Practice and Education Panacea?

Patricia Benner
Excerpt from From Novice to Expert: Excellence and Power in Clinical Nursing Practice
Patricia Benner and Christine Tanner
Clinical Judgement
How Expert Nurses Use Intuition

Mary Purkis and Kristín Björnsdóttir
Intelligent Nursing
Accounting for Knowledge as Action in Practice

Mark Avis and Dawn Freshwater
Evidence for Practice, Epistemology and Critical Reflection
Pamela Reed
The Practice Turn in Nursing Epistemology
Gary Rolfe
Nursing Praxis and the Science of the Unique
Gail Mitchell and Debra Bournes
Challenging the Atheoretical Production of Nursing Knowledge
A Response to Reed and Rolfe's Column

Afaf Ibrahim Meleis
Directions for Nursing Theory Development in the 21st Century
Janie Butts, Karen L. Rich and Jacqueline Fawcett
The Future of Nursing
How Important Is Discipline-Specific Knowledge? A Conversation with Jacqueline Fawcett

Jean Watson
What, May I Ask Is Happening to Nursing Knowledge and Professional Practices? What Is Nursing Thinking at This Turn in Human History?

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ISBN: 9781446254585