Child development theories, educational theories, ethical theories all provide information that support communication and patient care. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and Lewin’s theory of planned change reinforce a relationship between nursing and other disciplines. Non-nursing and nursing theories can work together to inform and guide nursing practice, education, and research.
Choose a theory from one of the following disciplines of behavioral, leadership, business, education, and or technology. Describe the theory and assess its value to professional nursing practice.
Philosophies and theories for advanced nursing practice
Chapter 5: “Components and Levels of Abstraction in Nursing Knowledge”
Chapter 6: “Complexity Science and Complex Adaptive Systems”
Chapter 7: “Critical Theory and Emancipatory Knowing”
Please retrieve and read the following Journal articles from the Library. Articles can be located through a search in the CINAHL database, OVID database, Course Documents, or by using the link at the end of the reference if provided.
Koffi, K. (2017). The universal conceptualization of nursing from the two nursing disciplinary scientific revolutions. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 23(2), 13-23.
Roberts, D., & Williams, L. (2017). Commentary: Is it possible to bring the emancipatory practice development and evidence-based practice agendas together in nursing and midwifery? International Practice Development Journal, 7(1), 1-7.
Terry, L., Carr, G., & Curzio, J. (2017). Expert nurses’ perceptions of the relevance of Carper’s patterns of knowing to junior nurses. Advanced in Nursing Science, 40(1), 85- 102.