This study is drawn up from Callista Roy¶s Adaptation model. Callista Roy describes a person as an adaptive system with coping processes and functions as a unity of some purpose. A person is an adaptive system with cognator and regulator
subsystems acting to maintain adaptation in the four adaptive modes: physiologicphysical, self-concept-group identity, role function, and interdependence.
Two of the adaptive modes that relate directly to this study are the role function and interdependence. Individual role function describes that need is social integrity; knowing who one is in relation to others so one can acct; role set is the complex of positions individual holds; involves role development, instrumental and expressive behaviors, and role taking process. On the other hand, group role function describes that need is role clarity, understanding and committing to fulfill expected tasks so group can achieve common goals; process of integrating roles in managing different roles and their expectations; complementary roles are regulated. Individual interdependence points the need to achieve relational integrity using process of affection adequacy, i.e., the giving and receiving of love, respect, and value through effective relations and communication. Group interdependent points out the need to achieve relational integrity using processes of developmental and resource adequacy, i.e., learning and maturing in relationships and achieving needs for food, shelter, health, and security through independence with other.
e. d. Conceptual Paradigm
Stimuli y a. f. c. b.Figure 1. This indicates their interrelationship with each other.
. and y Rotating area of assignment Demographic Profile Age Sex civil status length of service no.
work environment work relationships work experience compensation work satisfaction work freedom work/skill performance
The figure above shows that rotating area of assignment is a stimulus which has a direct effect to the nurse specifically affecting the quality of the practice they do as the process of transition goes in adapting every time to their work as the arrow shows. of areas rotated in one year no of training acquirred hours/days of work Positive or Negative Effects on Quality of practice
a. f. c. d. e. g. g. b.