Nursing as Caring A Model for Transforming Practice
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Nursing as Caring A Model for Transforming Practice

By Anne Boykin, Savina O. Schoenhofer
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  • NURSING AS CARING
  • A MODEL FOR TRANSFORMING PRACTICE
    • Anne Boykin, PhD, RN Dean and Professor Director, Christine E. Lynn Center for Caring College of Nursing Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, Florida Savina O. Schoenhofer, PhD Professor of Graduate Nursing Alcorn State University Natchez, Mississippi
  • ABOUT THE AUTHORS
  • FOREWORD
  • PREFACE
  • INTRODUCTION
  • REFERENCES
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • CHAPTER I — FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING AS CARING
    • PERSPECTIVE OF PERSONS AS CARING
  • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER II. — NURSING AS CARING
    • NURSING SITUATION
  • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER III — NURSING SITUATION AS THE LOCUS OF NURSING
    • CONNECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER IV. — IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE AND NURSING SERVICE ADMINISTRATION
    • HONESTY
    • CONNECTEDNESS
    • NURSING SERVICE ADMINISTRATION
  • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER V. — IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING EDUCATION
    • INTENSIVE CARE Did you see nurse that you can know me— The part that is me, my mind and soul is in my eyes These tubes that are everywhere-that is not me. The one in my throat is the worse of all— Now my whole being, the essence of me I must reflect through my hands but they are tied down, movements of my head but did you realize that uncomfortable for me or through my eyes and you do not notice them— except once today during my bath. You speak to me and look at the tubes— Don't you know my thoughts are all over my face Don't you realize your thoughts are on your face— In your touch and your tone of voice. I wrote a request on paper and you said "I'll take care Of it for you" your tone said "Why can't this woman Do anything for herself?" You positioned your hand to count my pulse but I Can't say you touched me-you wouldn't hold my hand that I may touch you. You walked in for the first time today with a grin on your face but your mouth is now tight you grimaced a lot as you bathed me. Don't you see nurse that you can know me—I'm not A chart or tubes of medication, monitors or all the other things you look at so intensely—I'm more than that I'm scared—just look in my eyes. —S. Carr, 1991
    • PERSONAL KNOWING
    • ETHICAL KNOWING
    • AESTHETIC KNOWING
  • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER VI — THEORY DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH
  • REFERENCES
  • EPILOGUE
    • CLARIFICATION OF THE CONCEPT OF PERSONHOOD
    • RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT OF THE FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS OF PERSON AS CARING AND PERSONHOOD
    • RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING OUTCOMES-VALUES EXPERIENCED IN THE NURSING SITUATION
    • THE THEORY OF NURSING AS CARING AS A CONCEPTUAL FRAME FOR MIDDLE-RANGE THEORIES
    • CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE THEORY OF NURSING AS CARING
    • RESEARCH METHOD DEVELOPMENT
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • INDEX
    • NURSING AS CARING
    • A MODEL FOR TRANSFORMING PRACTICE
    • EXPERIENCE
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