Meaning is embedded in skills practices expectations

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Meaning is embedded in skills, practices, expectations - often not recognized as knowledge Humans are integrated holistic beings – no mind/body split. “Embodied intelligence enables skilled activity that is transformed through experience and mastery.” (Alligood, 2018, p. 105) Nursing A caring relationship, an enabling condition of connection and concern. Caring is primary: sets up the possibility of giving and receiving help. A caring practice – science guided by the moral art and ethics of care and responsibility (Alligood, 2018, p. 106) Person (Alligood, 2018, p. 106) Based on Heidegger’s definition: “A self-interpreting being...gets defined in the course of living a life.” Embodied- the body responds to meaningful situations Health - can be assessed (Alligood, 2018, p. 106) Focus – “the lived experience of being healthy and being ill” - Alligood Well being – the human experience of health or wholeness Situation (Environment) (Alligood, 2018, p. 106) Depicts the importance of the “social” Being situated - persons understanding of the situation Critique of Benner's novice to expert model (Alligood, 2018, pp. 110-111) Clarity Simplicity Generality Accessibility Importance

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