Wholly compensatory a situation in which the individual is unable to carry out

Wholly compensatory a situation in which the

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Wholly compensatory- a situation in which the individual is unable to carry out needed self care actions Partly compensatory- situation in which nurse and person are both physically active in meeting the patient’s self care needs. Supportive/educative- the person is fully capable of performing self care activities but may need to be taught how to complete.
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Step 3- Production and Management of Nursing Systems In this step the nurse: Performs and regulates the patients self care tasks, or assists the patient in doing so Coordinates the performance of self care with other components of health care Helps patients, families, and others create and use systems of daily living that meet self care needs in a satisfying way. Guides, directs, and supports in exercising or not exercising self care agency Stimulates the patient’s interest in care problems
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Step 3- Production and Management of Nursing Systems Supports learning activities Supports and guides the patient in adapting to the needs arising from medical measures Monitors and assists in self monitoring the performance and effects of self care measures Judges the sufficiency and efficiency of self care, self care agency, and nursing agency Adjusts the nursing care system as needed
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Orem’s Theory and Current Nursing Practice Orem’s three step process parallels the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, outcomes, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Orem’s theory has been applied by nursing clinicians in a variety of settings. The theory has been used as a basis for nursing school curriculum and the base for a nursing information system.
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Orem’s Theory and Current Nursing Practice Orem’s theory continues to evolve, and its impact is international. Orem’s work contributes significantly to the development of nursing theories for this generation and the next.
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References Alligood, M.R. (2014). Nursing theorists and their work (8 th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier. Andan, A. (2010, July 17). Orem’s nursing paradigm. Retrieved from Davidson, S. (2012). Challenging RN-BSN students to apply Orem's theory to practice. Self-Care, Dependent-Care & Nursing , 19(1), 15-19. George, J. (2011). Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice. (6 th ed.). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Educations, Inc. Renpenning, K.M. , Taylor, S.G, & Pickens, J.M. (2016). Foundations of professional nursing: Care of self and others. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company. Wayne, G. (2014). Dorthea E. Orem. Retrieved from
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