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HUMAN RESPONSES TO CHRONIC ILLNESS

.... The theoretical framework for the study was based on the Adaptation to Chronic Illness Model that had been developed by the author/researcher as a part of a ....

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Mental illness & Psycho

.... This is a problem for the illness model, since an illness should be objective rather than subjective, occurring for reasons having nothing to do with culture ....

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The Corbin & Strauss Nursing Model

.... The Corbin and Strauss Nursing Model assumes that the course of a chronic illness varies over time, and that the course of the chronic illness can be ....

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CORBIN AND STRAUSS NURSING MODEL

.... A nursing model for chronic illness management based upon the trajectory framework. In Woog, Peter. .... Applying the chronic illness trajectory model to HIV/AIDS. ....

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The Concept of Mental Illness

.... model of mental illness transforms the patient into a helpless individual at the mercy of the doctor and the illness, the psychoanalytical model of mental ....

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Adaptation Nursing Model of Sister Calista Roy

.... certain problematic areas in Roy's conceptualization of health, noting that in the original model, health was viewed along a health-illness continuum from ....

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Brief Therapy Model

.... Populations Receiving BT Treatment The Brief Therapy Model (sometimes referred to .... was short-term therapy specifically designed for patients undergoing illness. ....

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Brief Therapy Model

.... Populations Receiving BT Treatment The Brief Therapy Model (sometimes referred to .... was short-term therapy specifically designed for patients undergoing illness. ....

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THE NEUMAN HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS MODEL

.... Wellness and illness are the polar extremities of a system's healthùphysical or .... is viewed in the Neuman (1994, 1980) Health Care Systems Model in three ....

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Nursing Philosophy

.... Neuman's System Model was used to develop the patient, environment, health/illness, and nurse interactions part of this nursing philosophy and model. ....

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Neuman Health Care Model of Nursing

.... energy depletion, (12) stability, (13) reaction to stress, (14) wellness, (15) illness, (16) the .... Neuman's Health Care Systems Model is a grand nursing theory. ....

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Research Proposal on Kuwaiti Females

.... Depressive Illness and Female Role in Kuwaiti Society: An Explanative Model Al-Thakeb (1985) has reported that the traditional role of the Kuwait; female is ....

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Female Role & Depression in Kuwaiti Females

.... Depressive Illness and Female Role in Kuwaiti Society: An Explanative Model Al-Thakeb (1985) has reported that the traditional role of the Kuwait female is one ....

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Adaptation Model of Nursing

.... The Adaptation Model This model, first presented in the periodic literature during the .... an adaptive system in which change of any kind (eg, illness, injury) is ....

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Use of ECT in Mental Illness

.... Frank (1994) contends that no amount of destruction of brain cells is worth sacrificing to "the biological model of 'mental illness'" (p. 136). ....

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Downsizing a Nursing Department

.... Care Environment The American hospital is being reinvented in a way that is leading to the replacement of the acute, inpatient-oriented illness model of health ....

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Assessment & Nursing Plan for a Patient

.... 3. The model fulfills its basic purpose of allowing for a general assessment of whether the patient's overall response to the illness/injury is adaptive or non ....

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ECT Use to Treat Mental Illness

.... Frank (1994) contends that no amount of destruction of brain cells is worth sacrificing to "the biological model of 'mental illness'" (p. 136). ....

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Nursing Department Downsizing

.... Care Environment The American hospital is being reinvented in a way that is leading to the replacement of the acute, inpatient-oriented illness model of health ....

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Orem's Self-Care Nursing Theory & Health Behavior

.... Conclusion With the application of Orem's model, outcomes of enhanced client education, decreased levels of illness and disability, and improved ability to ....

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NURSING THEORY DIAGRAM Introduction Lenz, Suppe

.... their health, these skills and strategies often being referred to as ôcoping mechanisms.ö The Corbin and Strauss Chronic Illness Trajectory model (see: Corbin ....

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TOOLS FOR LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT PROBLEM SOLVING

.... The American hospital is being reinvented in a way that is leading to the replacement of the acute, inpatient-oriented illness model of health care with a ....

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Oren's Self-Care Nursing Model

.... Nursing, 3rd ed.). Health is also differentiated from disease or illness, which are .... In Orem's self care model, health is viewed "as a continuum from excellent ....

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Position Sharing in Nursing Practice

.... A nursing model for chronic illness management based upon the trajectory framework. .... Applying the chronic illness trajectory model to HIV/AIDS. ....

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Effects of Hospital Merger on CCU & IMCU

.... Suderman, 1995, p. 7). The acute hospital is being reinvented in a way that is leading to the replacement of the inpatient-oriented illness model of health ....

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Nursing Case Management in An Acute Care Setting

.... Suderman, 1995, p. 7). The acute hospital is being reinvented in a way that is leading to the replacement of the inpatient-oriented illness model of health ....

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References Anastasi, A. (1986). Psychological t

.... Kasl, SV (1974). The health belief model and behavior related to chronic illness. Health Education Monographs, 2(4), 433-454. Koenig, HG (1991). ....

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Alderian-Dreikursian Model The purpose of this paper is to de

.... own as well as the family's mismanagement of his lifethreatening illness. .... used in many dysfunctional families) the Adlerian-Dreikursian model assists parents ....

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Adlerian-Dreikursian Therapeutic Treatment Model

.... own as well as the family's mismanagement of his life-threatening illness. .... used in many dysfunctional families) the Adlerian-Dreikursian model assists parents ....

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Innovative Uses for the Group Modality THREE INNOVATIVE USES FOR ...

.... It might even be effective to hire some actors to model what not to do .... Putting the illness in its place: Discussion groups for families with chronic medical ....

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