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Mod 2 PowerPoint ResearchPart one:Hildegard Peplau was the first nursing theorist to identify the nurse–patient relationship as being central to all nursing care. Peplau valued knowledge, believing that the nurse must possess extensive knowledge about the potential problems that emerge during a nurse–patient interaction.Peplau's theoretical work on the nurse–patient relationship continues to be essential to nursing practice.Describe the phases of the Nurse-Patient relationship as defined by Peplau. Align your presentation regarding the use of Peplau's theory with a current practice example. Part two:Provide a discussion of Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Theory. Identify and explain the threerelated parts? Identify a current nursing practice example where Orem’s theory would be relevant. Use at least one evidenced-based research article to support your practice example. The PowerPoint should include at least 3 outside references and the textbook. It should include title and reference slides and be 14-20 slides.Part One:Hildegard PeplauFirst published nursing theorist since Florence NightingaleMiddle-range theory called Theory of Interpersonal RelationsNot content to fit in the mold of the traditional woman’s roleValued education and the quality of nurse-patient interactionsAdvocated for mental health care reformo(Tomey & Alligood, 2006; O’Toole, 1989)Major Components of Peplau’s Theory1)Human – The client is an individual that longs to reduce tension generated by a felt need2)Health – Forward movement and ongoing process towards creative, productive, constructive, personal, and community living3)Society/Environment – Physiological, social, and psychological components that can be illness-maintaining or health-promoting
4)Nurse – Peplau saw nursing as a significant interpersonal process and relationship between the individual in need of health services, and educated nurse who can recognize and respond to client’s need for help(Gonzalo, 2014)Peplau’s Nursing Roles and GoalsStranger – First encounter. Goal: establish and build trustResource Person – Goal: answer any questions and interpret clinical plan of care with expert knowledge and delivery of information Teacher – Goal: Client gains knowledge that can improve their health.Leader – Goal: Promote client’s participation in health maintenance and increase their responsibility.