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 Theorist Title of their theory Central theory Person Health
Environment
Nursing
What their theory is all about
Hildegard Peplau Theory of interpersonal Relationships Describe the dynamic relationship between the nurse and the patient. Man is an organism that lives in an unstable equilibrium, psychological, physiological, and social fluidity. Life is the process of striving in the direction of stable equilibrium. It is the forward movement of the personality. Fluid context of the nurse-client relationship. Nursing is the therapeutic interpersonal process carried out through the relationship between the person and the nurse. The nurse listens to her client she or he develops a general impression of the client's situation. Imogene King Interaction system framework and theory of goal attainment Process of Human Interaction Humans are open systems who are social, rational, perceiving, controlling, purposeful, action and time oriented. Health is purposeful, adaptive response to internal and external stimuli to maintain balance and comfort. Internal and external environment continually interacts to assist in adjustment to change. It is perceiving, thinking relating,  judging, and acting with an individual who comes to nursing situations. The theory describes dynamic, interpersonal relationship in which a person grows and develops to attain certain life goals. Josephine Paterson and Loreta Zderad Humanistic Theory Concerned with the phenomenological experiences of individuals and the exploration of human experiences. Man is an individual being capable of opening options, values and the unique manifestation of their past, present and future. A matter of personal survival, a process of
experiencing one’s
potential for well-being and more being. A quality of living and dying. The phenomenon of society or environment is the community. A nurturing response of one person to another in a time of need that aims toward development of well-being and more being. An abstract statement formulated to predict, explain or describe the relationships among concepts, constructs or events.
 
 
 
 Theorist Title of their theory Central theory Person Health
Environment
Nursing
What their theory is all about
Martha Rogers Science of Unitary Human Beings The Science of Unitary Human Beings (SUHB) theory allowed nursing to be considered one of the scientific disciplines. Humans who are unified beings with individuality, in continuous exchange of energy with the environment. It is not specially addressed but emerges out of interaction between human and environment, moves forward and maximizes human potential. All of the patterns that exist external to the individual. It is an art and science directed toward the unitary human and concerned with the nature and direction of human development. The purpose of nurses is to promote health and wellbeing for all persons wherever they are. Margaret Neuman Health as an Expanding Consciousness The theory of health as expanding consciousness stems from Rogers' theory of Unitary Human Beings. Open being who is more than and different from the sum of the parts. Open process of being and becoming. Involves synthesis of values. Everything in the person and his environment. Inseparable, complimentary to and evolving with. A human science and art that uses an abstract body of knowledge to serve people. Theory of pattern recognition provides the basis for the process of nurse-client interaction. Rosemarie Parse Theory of Human Becoming The main focus of this theory is on the HUMAN with a constant connection between all concepts and themes. Intentional beings involved with their world, having a fundamental nature of knowing, being present, and open to their world. A way of being in the world, it is not a continuum of healthy to ill, nor a dichotomy of health or illness; rather it is the living of day-day ways of being. The world, the universe and those who occupy spaces along with others who freely choose to be in the situation. Guiding humans toward ways of being, finding meaning in situations, choosing ways of creating their own health, living true presence in the day-today of the person. The goal of nursing is to try to treat quality of life as each patient sees it for him or herself.

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