Table of contents for The Roy adaptation model / by Callista Roy.

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Part 1 Introduction to the Roy Adaptation Model
Nursing as a knowledge based profession
Elements of the Roy Adaptation Model
The nursing process according to the Roy Adaptation Model
Overview of the Adapttive Modes
Part 2 The Adaptive modes for the individual
Nutrition
Elimination
Activity and Rest
Protection
Senses
Fluid, Electrolyte and acid balance
Neurologic function
Endocrine function
Self-concept mode of the person
Role-function mode of the person
Interdependence mode of the person
Part 3 Adaptive modes of the relating persons
Physical mode of relating people
Group Identity mode of relating persons
Role function mode of relating persons
Interdependence mode of relating persons

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Roy adaptation model.
Nursing -- Psychological aspects.
Nurse and patient.
Adaptation, Psychological.
Nursing Process.
Models, Nursing.