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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
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Roy adaptation model.
Nursing -- Psychological aspects.
Nurse and patient.