Table of contents for Nursing theories and nursing practice / [edited by] Marilyn E. Parker.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
CONTENTS
SECTION I	PERSPECTIVES ON NURSING THEORY
1.	Introduction to Nursing Theory	3
2.	Studying Nursing Theory: Choosing, Analyzing, Evaluating	15
3.	Guides for Study of Theories for Practice and Administration	23
4.	Evaluating Nursing theory resources
	SECTION II	-EVOLUTION OF NURSING THEORY: ESSENTIAL 
INFLUENCES
5.	Florence Nightingale	31
	Caring Actualized: A Legacy for Nursing
	Lynne Hektor Dunphy
6.	Hildegard E. Peplau	55
	The Process of Practice-based Theory Development
	Ann R. Peden
7.	Wiedenbach, Henderson, and Orlando's Theories and Their Appliccations
8.	Dorothy Johnson	85
 	Behavioral System Model for Nursing
 	Bonnie Holaday
9.	Myra Levine	103
	Conservation Model: A Model for the Future
	Karen Moore Schaefer
	
	
	 
10.	Lydia Hall	131
	The Care, Core, and Cure Model
	Theris A. Touhy and Nettie Birnbach
11.	 Josephine Paterson and Loretta Zderad	151
Humanistic Nursing Theory with Clinical Applications
Susan Kleiman
SECTION III 	-NURSING THEORY IN NURSING PRACTICE, EDUCATION, 
RESEARCH, AND ADMINISTRATION
12. Part 1. Dorothea E. Orem The Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory	171
Dorothea E. Orem
12. Part 2. Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory: Directions for Advancing Nursing 
Science and Professional Practice	179
Marjorie A. Isenberg
13. Part 1. Martha E. Rogers Science of Unitary Human Beings	193
Violet M. Malinski
13. Part 2. -Nursing Science in the New Millennium: Practice and Research_within 
Rogers' Science of Unitary Human Beings	205
Howard K. Butcher
14. Part 1. Rosemarie Rizzo Parse The Human Becoming School of Thought	227
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
14. Part 2. The Human Becoming Theory in Practice, Research, Administration, 
Regulation, and Education	239
Barbara Bournes
Gail J. Mitchell
Sandra Schmidt Bunkers
15. Margaret A. Newman Health as Expanding Consciousness	263
Margaret Dexheimer Pharris
16. Part 1. Imogene King Theory of Goal Attainment	275
Imogene King
16. Part 2. Application of King's Work to Nursing Practice	287
Christina Leibold Sieloff
Maureen Frey
Mary Killeen
17. Sister Callista Roy The Roy Adaptation Model	315
Sister Callista Roy and Lin Zhan
18. Betty Neuman The Neuman Systems Model and Global Applications	329
Patricia D. Aylward
19. Part 1. Jean Watson Theory of Human Caring	343
Jean Watson
19. Part 2. Application of Jean Watson's Theory of Human Caring	355
Terri Kaye Woodward
20. Part 1. -Madeleine M. Leininger Theory of Culture Care Diversity and 
Universality	361
Madeleine M. Leininger
20. Part 2. The Ethnonursing Research Method and the Culture Care Theory: 
Implications for Clinical Nursing Practice	377
Marilyn R. McFarland
21. Part 1. Anne Boykin and Savina O. Schoenhofer Nursing as Caring	391
Anne Boykin
Savina O. Schoenhofer
21. Part 2. The Lived Experience of Nursing as Caring	403
Danielle Linden
SECTION IV	-NURSING THEORY: ILLUSTRATING PROCESSES OF 
DEVELOPMENT
22. Kristen M. Swanson A Program of Research on Caring	411
Kristen M. Swanson
23. Part 1. Marilyn Anne Ray The Theory of Bureaucratic Caring	421
Marilyn Anne Ray
23. Part 2. Applicability of Bureaucratic Caring Theory to Contemporary Nursing 
Practice: The Political and Economic Dimensions	433
Marian C. Turkel
			24. Technological Competency as Caring and the Practice of Knowing Persons as Whole
				Rozzano C. Locsin
			25. Developing a Model for Community Practice
				Marilyn E. Parker and Charlotte D. Barry
INDEX	459

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nursing -- Philosophy.
Nursing.
Nursing Theory -- Biography.
Nurses -- Biography.