Dorothea Orem nadine leger et christine leblanct
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Dorothea Orem nadine leger et christine leblanct

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DOROTHEA OREM Modle d'autosoin PLAN DE LA PRSENTATION Historique Auteurs de rfrence dans sa thorie Modle et volets OEuvre d'art Conclusion Rfrences DOROTHEA OREM HISTORIQUE 1914 Ne Baltimore, Maryland. 1930 Diplme en nursing Providence Hospital School of Nursing Washington. 1939 Baccalaurat es science, nursing 1945 Matrise en ducation Catholic University of America Washington. 1959...

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OREM Modle DOROTHEA d'autosoin PLAN DE LA PRSENTATION Historique Auteurs de rfrence dans sa thorie Modle et volets OEuvre d'art Conclusion Rfrences DOROTHEA OREM HISTORIQUE 1914 Ne Baltimore, Maryland. 1930 Diplme en nursing Providence Hospital School of Nursing Washington. 1939 Baccalaurat es science, nursing 1945 Matrise en ducation Catholic University of America Washington. 1959 Dbut de ses recherches. 1971 Publication de Nursing : Concepts of Practice, qui dcrit sa thorie du dficit en auto soin. 2001 Continue dvelopper son modle d'autosoin en publiant la 6e dition du livre Nursing: Concepts of Practice. 2007 Dcde le 22 juin. Auteurs de rfrences Mme si Dorothea Johnson dit qu'elle n'a pas utilis d'auteurs de rfrence, il semble clair que les lments des thories suivantes sont inclus dans son modle infirmier: Parson, Talcott: 1937 , Structure de l'action sociale Von Bertalanfy, Karl Ledwig 1934, Thorie des Plus tard en 1980 et en 1990 Johnson ajoutait qu'elle avait utilis comme bases philosophiques dans sa thorie d'autosoin: Nightingale, Florence, 1959 Notes on Nursing Selye, Hans; 1956, Le stress de la vie Grinker, Roy R; Thorie du comportement humain Buckley et Chin Thorie des systmes systmes MODLE D'AUTO SOIN Ce modle est divis en 3 volets : L'autosoin Le dficit d'autosoin Les systmes dans le soin infirmier Ce modle sert de rfrence plusieurs projets de recherches, au programme de formation et l'organisation de dpartement de soins infirmiers dans les hpitaux et les service communautaires partout au Canada.Vous devez donner votre rfrence d'o vous avec pris cette information et si vous avez copier directement vous devez mettre en guillemets tout en citant la source et page et de mme pour tous les L'AUTOSOIN Selon Orem, l'autosoin est une activit cibl et apprise. C'est un comportement que les individus mettent en oeuvre dans les situations qui produit un effet sur euxmmes ou leur environnement. La thorie de l'autosoin stipule que les individus et les petits groupes ont reconnus des moyens pour agir dlibrment pour prserver leurs vies, maintenir leurs sants et leurs bien tre. Tout ce depuis le dbut de l'humanit. Mais l'autosoin a pour but de rpondre des ncessits spcifiques appeles ncessit d'autosoin. 3 types d'autosoin oNcessit d'autosoin universelle : Affecte tous les tres humains indpendamment de leurs ges et de leurs tats de sant (ex. air, eau, aliments) oNcessit d'autosoin dveloppementale : Spcifique au dveloppement de la personne. (ex. ce qui affecte les tapes dveloppementales) oNcessit relie l'altration la de sant : Requise selon l'tat de sant des personnes. (ex. Maladies gntiques) SUITE... Afin de rpondre ces ncessits, les personnes doivent utiliss leurs capacits de se prendre en charge. Ces capacits sont appeles capacits d'autosoin. Pour accomplir leurs capacits d'autosoin, l'individu doit : Acqurir les connaissances relatives leurs tats de sant. Juges et dcides des actions poser pour maintenir et rtablir leurs tats de sant. Agir pour accomplir l'autosoin. (motivation, nergie, ressources et mthodes employer) DFICIT D'AUTO SOIN Le dficit d'autosoin est le centre du modle de Dorothea Orem car il explique pourquoi les individus et les groupes de personnes ont besoins des soins infirmiers. Le dficit d'autosoin se manifeste lorsque l'individu ou le groupe est incapable de maximiser ou de satisfaire leur capacit d'autosoin et leur exigences thrapeutiques. C'est ce moment qu'ils ont besoins de recourir des soins infirmiers. Le dficit d'autosoin peut tre complet ou partiel. LES SYSTMES DANS LE SOIN INFIRMIER Le systme des soins infirmiers explique comment les infirmires doivent mettre en pratique leurs connaissances et leurs habilets afin d'identifier la capacit d'autosoin des clients ainsi que les limitations qui empchent leur satisfaction et leur interventions qui empchent de corriger leur situation. Autrement dit, c'est la dmarche de soin. Le systme des soins infirmiers est adapt selon le niveau d'autonomie du client: Entirement compensatoire Soutien et ducation Partiellement compensatoire SANT La sant s'applique tous les tres vivants, les plantes, les animaux, les tres humains, etc. Elle comprend la description des parties du corps, les mcanismes physiologiques, le contrle des ractions motionnelles, du fonctionnement mental et les attitudes et motivations humaines. Les personnes valuent elles mmes l'intgrit de leur tat de sant quotidiennement afin de savoir si elles se portent bien ou sont malades. SOIN C'est le processus o une personne (infirmire) fournit une aide directe une autre personne (patient) lorsque celleci est totalement ou partiellement incapable de rpondre sa satisfaction d'autosoin. Les soins infirmiers sont considrs comme l'art d'aider. Ils relvent l'habilet qui consiste accomplir ou aider l'autosoin d'une personne. ENVIRONNEMENT Procurer un environnement dveloppementale favorable au dveloppement humain. L'environnement favorable doit motiver la personne et l'aider se fixer des buts appropris et adapts son comportement en vue d'amliorer sa capacit d'autosoin. PERSONNE

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