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eBook Social Theory and Nursing Practice (Sociology and Nursing Practice) epub
  • ISBN: 0333691970
  • Author: Sam Porter
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave; 1998 edition (June 18, 1998)
  • Pages: 260 pages
  • ePUB size: 1513 kb
  • FB2 size 1624 kb
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Start by marking Social Theory and Nursing Practice as Want to Read . This book and its followers w This volume launches an exciting new series which explores the relationship between sociological principles and nursing practice

Start by marking Social Theory and Nursing Practice as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book and its followers w This volume launches an exciting new series which explores the relationship between sociological principles and nursing practice. It introduces the nurse to social theory, and examines its importance in the development of nursing's own theoretical base. The relevance of theory to what is essentially a practical discipline is amply demonstrated. Many practitioners will also find much to stimulate them.

It introduces the nurse to social theory, and examines its importance in the development of nursing's own theoretical base.

Brings basic concepts in psychology and sociology to life for nursing students.

Many of my students have been impressed with its easiness to read and understand with the clear examples, recommend for any nursing students. Health & Social Care (Warrington), Chester University. Brings basic concepts in psychology and sociology to life for nursing students. I particularly liked the critical approach to mental health and the inclusion of new perspectives such as the The Power, Threat, Meaning Framework. Catherine McAuley School of Nursing & Midwifery, University College Cork (NUI).

The role of sociology within nursing practice has long been a matter of contention . Sociological knowledge also allows nurses to enhance the quality of patient care. Porter S (1998) Social Theory and Nursing Practice. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

The role of sociology within nursing practice has long been a matter of contention, particularly during the 1990s, when it was the subject of heated debate. While sympathetic to sociology, Cooke (1993) argued that with nursing attempting to establish itself as an academic subject, largely drawing on the biomedical model for its knowledge base, sociology had become marginalised as it was incompatible with the ethos of the discipline.

Assuming Practice and Social Responsibility in Nursing Education .

basis that practice theories in nursing must encompass not only theories. examine different types of practice theories in nursing and it is further. Theories for what Habermas calls non-. addressing these aspects but also those dealing with practice issues. pertaining to the nurse-agent in action. A comprehensive framework. specifying two dimensions of focus for practice theories is proposed to. used to frame a science of nursing practice as a subset of nursing science. social and social strategic actions founded on the technical cognitive interest. may belong to this type of practice theory. Nursing science in the past two.

Nursing Theories & Nursing Practice. Marlaine C. Smith, PhD, RN, AHN-BC. 26 MB·4,706 Downloads·New! Providing an easy-to-use reference, Critical Care Nursing outlines best practice for the assessment.

Practice nursing theories are situation specific theories that are narrow in scope and focuses on a specific patient population at a specific time. Theories developed at this level have a more direct effect on nursing practice as compared to more abstract theories. These theories are interrelated with concepts from middle-range theories or grand theories.

At the next level, nursing practice theories address issues and questions in a particular practice setting in. .

At the next level, nursing practice theories address issues and questions in a particular practice setting in which nursing provides care for a specific population. In addition to considering the scope and levels of abstraction of nursing theories, they are also sometimes described by the content or focus of the theory, such as health promotion, and caring and holistic nursing theories. Another view is that nursing theory forms a continuum of grand theories at one end and theories focused on practice at the other (Chinn & Kramer, 1995; Walker & Avant, 1995; Fitzpatrick, 1997).

This volume launches an exciting new series which explores the relationship between sociological principles and nursing practice. It introduces the nurse to social theory, and examines its importance in the development of nursing's own theoretical base. The relevance of theory to what is essentially a practical discipline is amply demonstrated.This book and its followers will be essential reading for students at both pre-registration and post-registration levels. Many practitioners will also find much to stimulate them.
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