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Innovations in Theory Development for the Nursing Discipline Volume 1

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Title: Innovations in Theory Development for the Nursing Discipline Volume 1
Author: Browning, Gloria; Cheuvront, Barbara; DelGrande, Angela; Ice, Unchalee; Lynch, Stephanie; Lottis, Karen; Radasa, Trinette; Ticas, Lourdes; Marsh, Laura; Nuttal, Cynthia; McClelland, Sandra
Subject(s): Pender's Health Promotion Theory
Mercer's Becoming A Mother
Transcultural Perspectives
Depression
Mothers
Toddlers
Midrange Comfort Theory
Interpersonal Relationships
Transitions
Chronic Care Model
Promotoras
Reed's Theory of Self-Transcendence
Chronic Illness
Benner's From Novice to Expert Theory
ECHO model
Telehealth
Interprofessional Collaboration
Motivational Interviewing
Date: 2007-07-15
Description: For the final assignment in this class on theory development, I asked these creative nursing PhD students to either adapt or extend an existing midrange theory.The following papers represent great hope for the future of nursing knowledge, and we offer them as evidence to interested readers at any level who want to know why theory matters, how it relates to actual practice, and why the voices of reflective nurses at all levels of educational attainment are needed to advance our thinking and unfolding in the context of all health professions. Sincerely, Jennifer B. Averill, PhD, RN, Instructor
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/3233

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