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Title: Worldview and Nursing Philosophy


1
Worldview and Nursing Philosophy
  • Jennifer Dixon

2
About Me
  • Grew up in Spring Hill, KS
  • Oldest of three children
  • Volatile childhood

3
Childhood
  • Emotionally unstable Mother
  • Absent/Addict biological Father
  • Mother was married and divorced several times
  • Domestic Violence
  • Child Abuse
  • Poverty

4
Nursing Influences in Childhood
  • In major car accident at age 3.
  • Grandmother paralyzed
  • Captivated by the medical world

5
Playing Doctor
  • Doctor Play Set
  • Help my paralyzed grandmother walk again

6
Other Childhood Nursing Influences
  • The birth of my youngest brother
  • Became fascinated with the process of fetal
    development and childbirth
  • Became like a parent to him

7
Adult Nursing Influences
  • Son in hospital for a week when he was 2 years
    old.
  • Sylvia Black, RN
  • Decided to go back to school

8
Personal Philosophy
  • The Golden Rule
  • Acting with Integrity
  • Humans can live ethical and fulfilling lives
    without religious beliefs

9
Nursing Philosophy
  • Nursing is not a career, but a way of life
  • Nursing is an art science-to be a successful
    nurse you must be able to provide the art of
    caring and attain and apply the knowledge of
    science.
  • A patient is not just a body or a part but a
    person
  • Caring is at the center of all successful nursing
    encounters

10
Jean Watsons Theory of Caring
  • Without caring you can not connect with the
    patient
  • If you can not connect with the patient, trust
    will not develop
  • Without a trusting relationship, therapeutic
    nursing will not take place

11
Peplaus Theory
  • Therapeutic communication

12
Concept Analysis
Effective Parenting
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