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As a nurse, the theory provides the tools needed in to connect and read signs that the patient is in distress. I will understand the underlying issues and be able to work from their in order to promote a holistic healing environment. Although at first, a person may be against the holistic
THE HUMAN CARING THEORY9approach, there are ways described in the model to connect with the patient. Specific things such as creating a basic relationship is part of the theory that is important in the healing process. ConclusionJean Watson developed the theory because she thought that healing of a patient started with a spiritual connection between provider and patient. She believed that nurses had a strong role in how their patients heal. The connection between the two is important and providing a model on how to care for the patient can be used as a road map for holistic, spiritual healing in the health care system. Watson believe that with use of the model, it was important for the advancement and quality of the care provided. It can be used to enhance all care and evolve the nursing practice. Whether or not the theory is used in depth or to the exact model, it provides support and improves out comes and satisfactions.
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