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Holistic philosophy, theories, and ethics

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Holistic philosophy, theories, and ethics

  • Philosophical, theoretical, and ethical foundations define the who and why of holistic nursing

  • Holistic nurses embrace a professional

  • Holistic practice uses presence, intentional, compassion, and authenticity through the holistic nursing process

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Holistic caring process

  • The holistic caring process identifies what holistic process identifies what holistic nurses do- that is the practice of holistic nursing

  • Holistic nurses provide care that recognizes the totality of the human being (the interconnectedness of the body. Mind emotion, spirit, social/ cultural relationships, context, environment, and energy)

  • Holistic health is multidimensional state of well- being as perceived by the individual

  • Holistic health elicits the patient's story the reveal the context and complexity of the human health experience

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Holistic caring process

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Holistic communication, therapeutic healing environment, and cultural diversity

  • Through holistic communication. Therapeutic healing environments, and diversity, holistic nurses transform their beliefs into practice, highlighting the how of holistic nursing.

  • Holistic nurses provide culturally competent care

  • Recognizing culture may also provide an understanding of a person concept of the illnesses or disease and appropriate treatment

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Holistic communication, therapeutic healing environment, and cultural diversity

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Holistic education and research

  • Holistic nursing is further realized through education and research

  • Holistic nurses value all the ways of knowing and learning

  • Educators need to be familiar with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (ACCN), which includes languages from baccalaureate generalist graduates to practice from a holistic, caring framework

  • Holistic nurse look at alternative philosophies of science and research methods that are compatible with investigations of humanist and holistic occurrences

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Holistic education and research

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Holistic nurse and self- reflection and self care

  • Self reflection and self care, as well as personal awareness of and continuous focus on being an instrument of health, are significant requirements for holistic nurses

  • Self reflection is both a self care strategy and a professional practice integrating critical thinking of the mind and compassion of the heart

  • Caring for self is integral to holistic nursing

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Holistic nurse and self- reflection and self care

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Concept

A description and name of an abstract idea or phenomenon that gives meaning

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Conceptual model

A construction of the relationship of concepts. Abstract set of concepts and propositions that are integrated into a meaningful configuration and represent an involvement in theoretical formulations by describing nursing phenomena and their interrelationships in abstract terms

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Discipline- Attributes of a Discipline and Profession

A field of study, grounded in higher education, that delivers unique phenomena of concern, the context in which they are viewed, relevant questions, and method of inquiry.

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Attributes

  • An expression of human imagination

  • A domain

  • Synaptic or conceptual structures

  • Specialized language and symbols

  • Heritage of literature and networks of communication

  • Tradition

  • Values and beliefs

  • Systems of education

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Discipline

A field of study, grounded in higher education, that delivers unique phenomena of concern, the context in which they are viewed, relevant questions, and method of inquiry.

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Discipline

  • An expression of human imagination

  • A domain

  • Synaptic or conceptual structures

  • Specialized language and symbols

  • Heritage of literature and networks of communication

  • Tradition

  • Values and beliefs

  • Systems of education

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Framework

A group of related ideas that promotes the understanding of theory and can guide research within the theory

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Paradigm

The concept of a paradigm as a global framework or worldview made of assumptions held by many members of a discipline that illuminates its focus and boundaries and guides the development of knowledge. A paradigm is not static but reflects unfolding ideas and knowledge

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Nursing Theory: Theory Development

Theories serve as the lenses that color and shape how the phenomena of interest to the discipline of nursing are seen. Nursing theories are patterns that guide thinking about nursing and serve to guide knowledge development in nursing.

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Theory of Integral Nursing

  • Barbara Dossey, 2008

  • The core concept is healing

  • Nursing is a healing process of knowing, doing, and being

  • The theory has has three intentions

    • Explore the unitary whole person

    • Explore fully the integral process

    • Expand the nurses capability to heal

  • Zahourek; intentionality

  • Levin and reich: self reflection

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Theory of Integral Nursing

  • The core concept is healing

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Theory of Integral Nursing

  • Nursing is a healing process of knowing, doing, and being

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Theory of Integral Nursing

  • The theory has has three intentions

    • Explore the unitary whole person

    • Explore fully the integral process

    • Expand the nurses capability to heal

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Theory of Transpersonal Caring and Caring Science

  • Jean Watson, 1979

  • Emphasis caring relationships between nurse and patient.

  • Describes multiple truths, physical and nonphysical realties, relativity of time and space.

  • Caring ethic is foundational to all health care

  • Used in all practice settings

  • Goldberg, Rosenberg, and Watson, rendering LGBTQ+ visible in nursing.

  • Quilan- colwell; the paradox of patient pain and satisfaction

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Theory of Transpersonal Caring and Caring Science

  • Jean Watson, 1979

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Theory of Transpersonal Caring and Caring Science

  • Emphasis caring relationships between nurse and patient.

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Middle-Range Theory

  • Theory of unitary caring

  • The community nursing practice model

  • The transactive relationship theory of nursing

  • The theory of compassion energy

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Middle-Range Theory

  • Theory of unitary caring

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Middle-Range Theory

  • The community nursing practice model

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Middle-Range Theory

  • The transactive relationship theory of nursing

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Middle-Range Theory

  • The theory of compassion energy

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Theory of unitary caring

  • Developed by smith

  • Theory grounded in the concepts of manifesting intention, appreciating pattern, attuning to dynamic flow, experiencing the infinite, and inviting creative emergence

  • Massage, therapeutic touch, hand massage, etc

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Theory of unitary caring

  • Theory grounded in the concepts of manifesting intention, appreciating pattern, attuning to dynamic flow, experiencing the infinite, and inviting creative emergence

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The community nursing practice model

grounded in values of respect for the wholeness and dignity of each person, family, and community

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The transactive relationship theory of nursing

Usefulness of AI in nursing practice but inspires engagement in the process of developing the capacity of humanoid healthcare robots as adjunctive to nursing practice

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The theory of compassion energy

  • Intersubjective gift that awakens caring consciousness and inspires the nurse to know the patient as a whole

    • Composed of compassionate presence, patterned nurturance, intentionally knowing the one nursed and self as a whole being

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ANA Code of Ethics

American nurses association

  • Articulates the scope and standards of the specialty practice of holistic nursing and informs holistic nurses, the nursing profession, other healthcare providers and disciplines, employers, third party payers, legislators, and the public about the unique scope of knowledge and the standards of practice and professional performance of a holistic nurse

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ANA Code of Ethics

  • Articulates the scope and standards of the specialty practice of holistic nursing and informs holistic nurses, the nursing profession, other healthcare providers and disciplines, employers, third party payers, legislators, and the public about the unique scope of knowledge and the standards of practice and professional performance of a holistic nurse

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ANA

American nurses association

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Standard of Practice 1

Assessment

  • The holistic registered nurse collects comprehensive data pertinent to the healthcare consumers health or the situation

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Standard of Practice 1

Assessment

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Standard of Practice 2

Diagnosis

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Standard of Practice 2

Diagnosis:

  • The holistic registered nurse analyzes assessment data to determine the actual or potential diagnosis or issues expressed as challenges, problems, or needs

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Standard of Practice 3

Outcomes identification

  • The holistic registered nurse identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the healthcare consumer or the situation ( the holistic nurse values the evolution and the process of healing as it unfolds. Unfolding outcomes may not be immediately evident, due to the nonlinear nature of the healing process, so both expected or anticipated and evolving or emerging outcomes are considered

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Standard of Practice 3

  • Outcomes identification

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Standard of Practice 4

Planning

  • The holistic registered nurse develops a plan outlining primary strategies and suggested alternatives to attain expected outcomes

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Standard of Practice 4

Planning

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Standard of Practice 5

Implementation

  • The holistic registered nurse implements the identified plan (sometimes the plan is not directed to clinical care but administrative, educational, or other foci)

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Coordination of care

  • The holistic registered nurse coordinates care delivery

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Health teaching and health promotion

  • The holistic registered nurse employs strategies to promote holistic health and wellness and a safe environment

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Standard of Practice 5

Implementation

  • The holistic registered nurse implements the identified plan (sometimes the plan is not directed to clinical care but administrative, educational, or other foci)

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Standard of Practice 5

Coordination of care

  • The holistic registered nurse coordinates care delivery

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Standard of Practice 5

Health teaching and health promotion

  • The holistic registered nurse employs strategies to promote holistic health and wellness and a safe environment

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Standard of Practice 5

  • implementation

  • health and teaching and health promotion

  • coordination of care

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Standard of Practice 6

Evaluation

  • The holistic registered nurse evaluate progress toward attainment of goals and health outcomes

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Standard of Practice 6

Evaluation

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Standard of Practice 7

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  • The holistic registered nurse practices ethically

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Standard of Practice 7

Ethics

  • The holistic registered nurse practices ethically

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Standard of Practice 7

ethics

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Standard of Practice 8

Culturally congruent practice

  • The holistic registered nurse practices in a manner that is congruent with cultural diversity and inclusion principles

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Standard of Practice 8

Culturally congruent practice

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Standard of Practice 9

Communication

  • The holistic registered nurse communicates effectively in a variety of formats in all areas of practice

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Standard of Practice 9

Communication

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Standard of Practice 10

Collaboration

  • The holistic registered nurse collaborates with the healthcare consumer, family, and other key stakeholders in the conduct of holistic nursing practice

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Standard of Practice 10

Collaboration

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Standard of Practice 11

Leadership

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Standard of Practice 12

Education

  • The holistic registered nurse attains knowledge and competence that reflect current nursing practice and promotes futuristic thinking

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Standard of Practice 12

Education

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Standard of Practice 13

Evidence-based practice and research

  • The holistic registered nurse integrates evidence and research findings

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Standard of Practice 13

Evidence-based practice and research

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Standard of Practice 14

Quality of practice

  • The holistic registered contributes to quality nursing practice

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Standard of Practice 14

Quality of practice

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Standard of Practice 15

Professional practice evaluation

  • The holistic registered nurse evaluates one's own and others nursing

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Standard of Practice 15

Professional practice evaluation

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Standard of Practice 16

Resource utilization

  • The holistic registered nurse utilize appropriate resources ton plan, provide, and sustain evidence- based nursing services that holistic, safe, effective, and physically responsible

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Standard of Practice 16

Resource utilization

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Standard of Practice 17

Environmental health

  • The holistic registered nurse practices in an environmentally safe and healthy manner

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Environmental health

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Allopathic/Conventional therapies

Medical, surgical, pharmacologic, and invasive and noninvasive diagnostic procedures; those interventions most commonly used in allopathic western medicine

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Allopathic/Conventional therapies

those interventions most commonly used in allopathic western medicine

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Complementary/Integrative health approaches (CIHA)

A broad set of healthcare practices, therapies, and modalities that addresses the whole person- body, mind, emotion, spirit, and environment, not just signs and symptoms- and that may replace or be used as complements to or in conjunction with conventional Western medical, surgical, and pharmacologic

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Critical thinking

An active, purposeful, organized cognitive process involving creativity, reflection, problem solving, rational judgment, intuitive judgement, an attitude of inquiry, and philosophical orientation toward thinking about thinking

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Cultural competence

The ability to deliver health care with knowledge of of and sensitivity to cultural factors that influence the health factors that influence the health behavior and the curing healing, drying, and grieving processes of the person

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Disease

A disorder or state of unbalance that may produce signs and symptoms

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Healing

A lifelong journey into wholeness seeking harmony and balance in one's own life and in family, community, and global relations, creating an environment, being compassionate

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Healing: may occur without curing \n

  • Curing may or may not be possible

  • Healing is always possible

  • Healing is always unpredictable in process and outcome

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Healing

Healing: may occur without curing

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Healing

  • Curing may or may not be possible

  • Healing is always possible

  • Healing is always unpredictable in process and outcome

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Healing process

A continuous journey of change and the evolving of oneself through life that is characterized by the awareness in patterns that support or that are challenges or barriers that support ir that are challenges or barriers to health and healing and that may be done alone or in a healing

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Healing relationships

The quality and characteristic of interaction between one who facilitates healing and the person in the process of healing. Characteristics of such interactions involve empathy, caring, love, warmth, trust, confidence credibility, competence, honesty, courtesy, respect, shared expectations, and good communication

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Health

An individually defined state or process in which the individual (nurse, patient, family, group, or community) experiences a sense of well being, harmony, and unity such that subjective experiences about health, health beliefs, and values are honored

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Health promotion

Activities and preventive measures to promote health, increase well being and actualize the human potential of people, families, communities, etc

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Holistic communication

Verbal and nonverbal interchange between and among people . leads to mutual understanding and growth

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Holistic ethics

Basic underlying concept of unity and integral wholeness of all people and of all nature. Acts are promoted from a desire to do good freely

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Holistic healing

Healing based on physical, mental, social, spiritual, energetic, cultural, emotional, and sexual. Healing based on body mind spirit, environment, energy

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Holistic nurse

A nurse who recognizes and integrates body mind emotion, spirit environment principles and modalities into their work

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Holistic nursing practice process

Iterative and integrative process with six steps

  • Assessing

  • Diagnosing or identifying patterns , challenges, needs and health issues

  • Identify outcomes

  • Planning care

  • Implementing the care plan

  • Evaluating

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Holistic nursing practice process

  • Assessing

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Holistic nursing practice process

  • Diagnosing or identifying patterns , challenges, needs and health issues

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Holistic nursing practice process

  • Identify outcomes

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Holistic nursing practice process

  • Planning care

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Holistic nursing practice process

  • Implementing the care plan

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Holistic nursing practice process

  • Evaluating

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Honor

An act or intention indicating the holding of self or another in high respect including claiming and accepting the humanity of people with regard for the decisions and wishes of another

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