Concepts of the interpersonal system include stress

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Concepts of the interpersonal system include stress, role, transaction, communication, and interaction. The concepts of the social system are decision-making, status, power, authority, and organization. Newman’s theory asserts that every person is a part of the universal process of expanding consciousness regardless of how disordered it may seem. Persons go through a process of becoming oneself, reaching new dimensions of connectedness with others in the universe and finding greater meaning in life(Fujiwara & Endo, 2017). Nurses and patients discover meaning of life through experiences where both learn as they develop a daily partnership. The theory of was inspired by concern for people for whom the description that health is the absence of disease or disability does not apply. Some of the basic assumptions of King’s Theory of Goal Attainment include; human beings are open systems that constantly interact with their environment, each person
APPLICATION OF A GRAND THEORY3perceives the world as a total person in making transactions with others, and the environment and that nursing focuses on the care of human beings(Fronczek et al., 2017). King’s focuses more on personal, interpersonal, and social system whereas Newman’s theory of Health makes a number of assumptions, including health encompass pathology,

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