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Nursing Theory and Model

 

 "INFORMATION WANTED"

Information on Nursing Theories, Theorists, and Models currently being sought by Nurses.info include these below. Recommendations on others plus teaching resources to be considered are also welcome.

 

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Please e-mail

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with suggestions or other contributions.

Thanking you in anticipation.

  • Evelyn Adam

  • Benner's Professional Advancement Model

  • Carr's Middle - Range Nursing Theory of Vigilance

  • Lynne Dunphy's Middle - Range Nursing Theory

  • Send email to Jacqueline Fawcett

  • Marilyn Friedman's Family Nursing Model

  • Gordon's Functional Health Patterns

  • Susan Leddy, Human Energy Model

  • Leventhal and Johnso's Theory of Self-Regulation

  • Marker Nursing Model

  • Kari Martinsen: email address only  Norway

  • Adaptation Theory. Beverly J.Rambo

  • Rubin's Theory of

  • Ruland and Moore's End of Life Theory  email address for Ruland 

  • Joyce Travelbee.

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