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THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS IN NURSING This course deals with the meta-concepts of a person, health, environment and nursing as viewed by the different theorists. Likewise, it includes non-nursing theories such as systems, developmental and change theories. It presents how these concepts and theories serve as guide to nursing practice. 3 unit Lecture 54 lecture hours Psychology 1st Year, First Semester Given simulated conditions / situations, the students will be able to: 1. Differentiate views given by various nursing theorists on person, health, environment and nursing. 2. Described the various non-nursing theories as applied to nursing.

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3. Demonstrate selected competencies under the eleven key areas of responsibilities pertinent to nursing. 4. . Utilized selected nursing theory and non-nursing theories in the care of clients.

INTERMEDIATE COMPETENCIES CONTENT TEACHING-LEARNING ACTIVITIES Classroom No of Hrs Lecture Evaluation .

Nursing Paradigms: 3. Science in Theory in the 20th Century for Nursing as a Profession D. IMPORTANCE OF NURSING THEORY IN: Discuss the importance of A.1. Philosophy 5.3. Education Nursing Theory with emphasis B. Nursing Paradigm D.DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF THEORY Trace the history on Nursing IN NURSING: Theory A. I. 4. the students will be able to: 1.Given a set of questions. Environment 3.2. Person 3. INTRODUCTION DEFINATIONS 1. Rationalism Discuss the significance of Theory B.4. Concepts E. Clinical Practice III. Empiricism C. Empirical B. Concepts II. Nursing Theory 3. 3. Phenomenon 9.FOUR WAYS OF KNOWING: A. Health 3. Define related terms: A. C. Theory B. Science and Theory in the late 20th Century Socialized discussion 6 Paper and Pencil Test Socialized discussion 3 Essay Socialized discussion 3 Paper and Pencil Test Socialized discussion 3 Paper and Pencil Test Verbal Feedback . Personal IV. Nursing Theory C. Philosophy F. Research on nursing practice. Theory 2. Ethical Discuss the four ways of knowing: C. Science H. Phenomenon 2. Conceptual Models 6. Nursing 4. Knowledge 8. 5. Knowledge G. Esthetics D. Science 7.

Human Need Theory Given a major listing of Nursing 2. Joyce Travelbee 5. Discuss emerging local models of D. nursing 2. Philosophies C. System Theory Theories. Change Theory 1. Grand Theories 1. Grand Theories Socialized discussion 3 Paper and Pencil Test VI. Person CONCEPTUAL MODELS B. Middle-range Theories 1. Hildegard Peplau 2. Faye Abdellah B. VII. Virginia Henderson 3. NON-NURSING THEORIES 1. Middle Range Theories C. SELECTED NURSINF THEORIES AND A. Madeleine Leininger 6. Madeleine Leininger 2. Identify the non-nursing theories on the development of a nursing theory V. Discuss the theoretical works in the aspects of four meta-paradigms. Micro range (Practice Theories) B. the students will be able to: 3. Ida Jean Orlando 4. Environment 1. Nola Pender 2. Jean Watsons 3. Conceptual Models nursing intervention to theory 1. Identify the different categories of nursing theories 7.INTERMEDIATE COMPETENCIES CONTENT TEACHING-LEARNING Classroom No of Hrs Lecture Evaluation 6. Callista Roy development Socialized discussion 3 Socialized discussion 18 Able to express relationship of theory to research . Florence Nightingale D. Dorothea Orem 3. CATEGORIES A. Sr. Imogene Rogers C. Health A.

CORE COMPETENCIES UNDER THE 11 Given a situation. LOCAL MODELS OF INTERVENTION A. Safe Quality Care 1. Dorothea Orem VIII. Communication and the 11 Keys Areas of 3. Sr. Carol Agravante B. Collaboration Responsibilities in Nursing 4. Personal and Professional development D. Quality Improvement C. Patient Care Competencies will be able to: 1. Legal Responsibilities 2. Ethico-moral Responsibilities 3. CORE VALUES Socialized discussion 6 Values Feedback Paper and Pencil Test . Enhancing 1. LettyKuan NURSING Socialized discussion 6 Able to explain the significance of theory for Nursing as a discipline INTERMEDIATE COMPETENCIES CONTENT TEACHING-LEARNING ACTIVITIES Classroom No of Hrs Lecture Evaluation D. the students KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES A. Empowering 1. Records Management X. CarmencitaAbaquin E. CarmiletaDivina Garcia C.2. Cecilia Laurente IX. Enabling 1. Identify the core competencies 2. Managing for Resource and Environment 2. Research 2. Health Education B.

Caring 1. Love of People 1. Appreciate the importance of the core values of Nursing A.2. Respect for the Dignity Of Each Person Regardless Socialized discussion 6 Values Feedback . Confidence 5. Love of God B. Compassion 2. Conscience 3. Competence 4. Commitment C.

Perseverance & Enrichment of the Environment and Cultural Heritage TEACHING-LEARNING ACTIVITIES Classroom No of Hrs Lecture Evaluation . LOVE OF COUNTRY 1. Patriotism 2.CONTENT INTERMEDIATE COMPETENCIES D.

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