Nursing Theory and Research Flashcards

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Leninger
cultural care
Imogene King
Goal-attainment theory
Faye Abdellla
21 nursing problems
META-ANALYSIS
quantative-integrate findings across quantitative studies statistically.
QUALITATIVE RESEARCHERS
collect narrative VERBAL data.
INDUCTIVE
general process of developing generalizations from specific observations.
King
interaction of personal, social and interpersonal
Lydia Hall
Care-Core-Cure Model
Nursing is participation in care, core and cure aspects of patient care, where care is the sole function of the nurses
POSITIVE PARADIGM
logical and quantitative. --research activity is directed at understanding the underlying causes of natural phenomena.
AUTHORITY
needs authority, knowledge often goes unchallenged.
Dorothea Orem
Self-care Deficit Theory of Nursing.
Nursing is needed when the self-care demands are greater than the self-care abilities
QUANITATIVE RESEARCH
often work in more controlled settings.
IOWA MODEL
evidence based practice to promote quality care.
INTUITION
knowledge that cannot be explained on basis of reasoning or prior instruction.
Becker's health belief model?
Health-related behavior is influenced by a person's perception of a threat and the value of reducing that threat
PERSUASIVE UTILIZATION
involving the use of findings to persuade others (those in decision making positions).
CONCEPTUAL DEFINITION
the abstract or theoretical meaning of a concept being studied.
NON EXPIRAMENTAL RESEARCH
collect data without interventing or introdcing treatments--OBSERVATIONAL RESEARCH.
Mishel's uncertainty in illness theory?
People develop subjective appraisals to assist them in interpreting the experience of illness
Virginia Henderson
14 basic needs of clients. Known for her definition of nursing - to assist the individual sick or well in the performance of activities contributing to health or its recovery
COCHRANE COLLABORATION
it aims to help providers make god decisions about health care be preparing maintaining and disseminating systemic reviews.
PROBLEM FOCUSED TRIGGERS
begins with a perplexing or troubling clinical situation.
Define Nola Pender's Health Promotion Model?
Health promotion activities are directed toward developing resources that maintain a person's well-being
MULTI SITE STUDIES
tend to yield more diverse group of study participants potentially enhancing generalizability of findings.
What are the 4 types of medical waste?
SolidChemial RadioactiveInfectious - body fluids
What is the purpose of staff meetings?
to have open communications between the staff and the physicians
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