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JOYCE TRAVELBEE1926-1973
Human-to-Human Relationship ModelLife StoryA psychiatric nurse, educator and writer born in 1926.1956, she completed her BSN degree at Louisiana State University1959, she completed he Master of Science Degree in Nursing at Yale UniversityWorking Experiences:1952, Psychiatric Nursing Instructor at Depaul Hospital Affiliate School, New Orleans.Also she taught at Charity Hospital School of Nursing in Louisiana State University, NewYork University and university of Mississippi.1970, the Project Director of Graduate Education at Louisiana State University School of Nursing until her death.Publications:1963, started to publish articles and journals in nursing.1966 and 1971, publication of her first book entitled Interpersonal Aspects of Nursing.1969, when she published her second book Intervention in Psychiatric Nursing: Processin the One-to-One Relationship.She started Doctoral, program in Florida in 1973. Unfortunately, she was not able to finish itbecause she died later that year. She passed away at the prime age of 47 after the brief sickness.
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Person-
 
Defined as human being-
 
Both the nurse and the patient are human beings.-
 
A human being is unique, irreplaceable individual who is in continuous process of becoming, evolving, and changing.Health-
 
Is subjective and objective
 
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Subjective  is an individually defined state of well-being in accord with self-appraisal of physical-emotional-spiritual status.-
 
Objective  is an absence of discernable disease, disability of defect as measured byphysical examination, laboratory tests and assessment by spiritual director orpsychological counselor.Environment-
 
She defined human conditions and life experiences encountered by all men assufferings, hope, pain, and illness.Illness  being unhealthy, but rather explored the human experience of illness.Suffering  is a feeling of displeasure which ranges from simple transitory mental,physical or spiritual discomfort to extreme anguish and to those phases beyond anguish  the malignant phase of dispairful not caring and apathetic indifference.Pain  is observable. A unique experience. unpleasant physical sensation: the acutelyunpleasant physical discomfort experienced by somebody who is violently struck,injured, or ill; feeling of discomfort: a sensation of pain in a particular part of the body(often used in the plural) Hope- to have a wish to get or do something or for somethingto happen or be true, especially something that seems possible or likelyHopelessness  unable to succeed or improve, or unable to be resolved, helped, orcured
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Proposed that nursing was accomplished through interactional phases1.
 
Original Encounter  first impression by the nurse of the sick person and vice-versa2.
 
Emerging Identities
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the time when relationship begins
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the nurse and patient perceives each others uniqueness.3.
 
Empathy  the ability to share in the persons experience4.
 
Sympathy
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When the nurse wants to lessen the cause of patients suffering
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It goes beyond empathy  when one sympathizes, one is involved but notincapacitated by the involvement.
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T
herapeutic use of self 5.
 
Rapport
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Rapport is described as nursing interventions that lessens the patients suffering
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Relation as human being to human being
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A nurse is able to establish rapport because she possesses the necessaryknowledge and skills required to assist ill persons and because she is able toperceive, respond to and appreciate the uniqueness of the ill human being.
 
 

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