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nursing conceptual model and a nursing theory.

Discuss the difference between a nursing conceptual model and a nursing theory.

Select a nursing theory and provide a concise summary of it. Provide an example in nursing practice where the nursing theory you selected would be effective in managing patient care.

References: 

Read Chapter 2 in Dynamics in Nursing: Art and Science of Professional Practice.

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  Read “Grand Canyon University College of Nursing and Health Care Professions Philosophy. 

© 2018. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved.
Grand Canyon University College of Nursing
and Health
Care Professions
Philosophy
In concert with the
mission of
the university, the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions
faculty affirms our
belief in educating nurses within a dedicated
and supportive community of
Christian nurse
scholars. The nursing programs
prepare graduates to
provide excellent,
holistic
care while
encouraging a
passion
for
achievement,
a  lifelong
curiosity for knowledge, and
pursuit of advanced professional degrees.
The AACN
Essentials
of
Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice
guides the
curriculum for the
baccalaureate program.
The
AACN’s
The Essentials of Master’s Education
for Advanced
Nursing
Practice, Advanced
Nursing Practice: Curriculum Guidelines and
Program Standards
for Nurse Practitioner
Education
, NONPF and
AACN
Nursing Practitioner
Primary Care Competencies in Specialty Areas, NONPF Domains and Competencies
of
Nurse
Practitioner Practice,
and
NACNS
Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and
Education
provide
structure for
the curriculum content of the master’s program. The College
of
Nursing and Health Care Professions curriculum is designed to
facilitate the students’
abilities to
creatively respond to continuously changing health
care systems throughout the world.
Educational experiences are planned
to meet
the needs of and to
empower
both
students
and
clients. Professionalism,
ethical decision
making, accountability, critical thinking, and
effective
communication are
emphasized. This is achieved
through the application of liberal arts
constructs, science, health
and
nursing theories,
and the values of
the Christian faith within the
scope of nursing knowledge and evidence-based practice.
Nursing practice promotes human
dignity through compassionate caring
for
all human beings, without consideration of their
gender, age, color, creed, lifestyle,
cultural
background, and
other
visible
or invisible boundaries
among students, faculty,
and clients.
The faculty of the
College
of Nursing and Health Care Professions is accountable for the
quality
of the educational programs and
for the promotion of
safe
and effective nursing through
teaching, service, and
collaboration with other professionals and consumers of care. The
following statements reflect the philosophical beliefs
of the faculty in
relation
to
the concepts of
health, environment, person, and
nursing:
HEALTH
Health is
the central focus of nursing. Health is a dynamic aspect of being that
incorporates
physical, emotional, intellectual,
spiritual, and
social dimensions.
ENVIRONMENT
All humans interact
with the physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and social
environments
in which they work, play, and live. The
nursing role is to help provide healthy
and
safe
environments so that
persons may live in optimal health.
PERSON
We believe that all people are accepted and loved unconditionally as children of God. In the
baccalaureate program, clients
are
considered to be
individuals,
families, groups, communities,

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and populations.
In the
master’s program, clients include in
addition organizations/systems.
Human diversity is cherished. Spirituality is
conceived as
vertical
and horizontal relationships
with God and
humanity.
These relationships give
hope and meaning to life now and in the future.
NURSING
Baccalaureate nursing practice incorporates the roles
of assessing, critical thinking,
communicating, providing
care, teaching, and leading. The
caring
professional
approach includes
the values of
autonomy, altruism, human dignity, integrity, and social justice with
unconditional
regard for all people. Nursing
practice
includes health promotion, disease prevention, early
detection of
health
deviations, prompt and adequate treatment of the human response to acute
and chronic illness, and compassionate care for
those experiencing death.
Master’s nursing practice expands
upon baccalaureate nursing concepts to
include
clinical
practice knowledge, coaching/mentoring/teaching, consulting/collaborating, advanced
leadership, and nursing education with a focus on research and quality assurance, critical
thinking, spirituality, diversity, caring, and lifelong
learning. The advanced professional nursing
role relies on best practices and evidence-based research with a focus on evaluation of health,
outcomes, and processes.
Nursing education is
theory driven.
Theories are derived from
the humanities, sciences, and
Biblical concepts. Nursing

 

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