According to jean watson 2007 social psychology and

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According to Jean Watson (2007), Social psychology and educational-clinic are the primary cornerstones of the Theory of Human Caring. Caring occasion, transpersonal caring relationship, and creative factors are the major component of the theory. Other dynamic and explicit aspects of the theories have emerged. Such elements comprise of caring consciousness. It entails an ardent urge to initiate caring within the human environment that promotes patient healing (Watson, 2003, p. 200). The second aspect of the dynamic aspect of the theory involves an expanded view of a person’s self. It has a detailed explanation of an integrated transpersonal mind-body-spirit harmony. Such a unitary consciousness as illustrated by the theory hypothesizes of connectedness and unbroken wholeness of the entire human person.Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring contains various Carative factors that eventually contributes to the wholesomeness of the theory. The factors majorly highlight the establishment of the humanistic-altruistic framework. Such a structure entails set of values designed to enhance various conventional medical-nursing and medical care (Watson, 2002, p. 19). The Carative factors enable transpersonal learning. Such learnings provision enhances support, corrective mental approach, and spiritual aspect, the societal and physical well-being of an individual. Jean Watson Theory emphasizes on the evolution of nursing as a unique health, caring and healing profession as opposed to the conventional aspect. The transection of nursing and its evolution in a distinct paradigm is an emerging challenge that the nursing profession must overcome. The article is succinctly relevant with the postulated theory Jean Watson. Several
research studies employing Jean Watson’s theory and emerged credibly and imperatively useful in the nursing profession.
Suliman, W. A., Welmann, E., Omer, T., & Thomas, L. (2009). Applying Watson's nursing theoryto assess patient perceptions of being cared for in a multicultural environment. Journal of Nursing Research, 17(4), 293-300.The research undertakes a succinct analysis of the historical evolution of nursing practices and available approaches that have improved nursing for both patients and professional nurses. The primary aim of the research was to explore the perception of patients in Saudi Arabia concerning significant caring practices of nurses attending to them. The perception of such patient towards caring practices by staff nurses is a direct reflection of several postulations depicted by Jean Watson in her nursing theory. Watson, (2002) noted that a universal obligation exists of nurses to their patient. Nonetheless, patient illustrated varied responses towards their respective nurses, especially those emerging from different backgrounds.

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