2 Johnsons Behavioral Model Behavioral subsystems work together to form a

2 johnsons behavioral model behavioral subsystems

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2. Johnson’s Behavioral Model- Behavioral subsystems work together to form a complete system. The goal is to maintain or restore behavioral system balance. Each system is listed as 1) achievement 2) affiliate(social) 3) aggressive (protective) 4) dependence 5) sexual 6) eliminative. (Masters, 2015). 3. Roy’s adaptation model- believes an individual is a holistic adaptive system. Stimuli from internal or external environment trigger coping stimuli. Nurse assess behavior and influence stimuli on behavior and formulate nursing diagnosis. Veritivity- we all have a common purpose in life (Whetsell, Gonzalez, & Moreno-Ferguson, 2015). 4. Pender’s health promotion model- Combines theories of social cognitive theory, value theory, and holistic human functioning. Health promotion model help to describe a patient interacting with interpersonal and physical environment as they pursue health. Responses are a result of 1) Individual characteristics and experiences 2) behavior specific cognitions and affect 3) behavioral outcomes. Factors that influence behavior are multidimensional (Masters, 2015). 5. Watson- Theory on human Caring model used for professional practice. The carer and the one receiving the care both benefit from the encounter. Incorporates spirituality and consciousness in nursing. (Nelson, 2015). 2. Fawcett’s Evidenced Based Practice Nursing a. when evaluating theories consider theory context (environment) and content (assumptions and propositions) and process.
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b. Become familiar with research topic by immersing yourself in middle range theories arriving at a complete and thorough understanding before using it. c. Develop a PICOT question d. Conducting a theory critique is the best way to determine if it is relevant to practice. (Bredow, 2017). 3. Health Related Quality of Life Model a. Subjective multidimensional subset of quality of life representing satisfaction in health status. b. Describes sense of well-being with life c. Compares Interventions, life domains, and perceived satisfaction (Sandau, Bredow, & Peterson, 2017). 4. Social Cognitive Theory a. People learn through their own experiences and observing the actions of others.
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