Nursing Theorists and Their Work, 9th Edition
A classic text is back with fresh, comprehensive nursing theories, critiques, and philosophies. Nursing Theorists and Their Work, 9th Edition provides you with an in-depth look at 39 theorists of historical, international, and significant importance. This new edition has been updated with an improved writing style, added case studies, critical thinking activities, and in-depth objective critiques of nursing theories that help bridge the gap between theory and application. In addition, the six levels of abstraction (philosophy, conceptual models, grand theory, theory, middle-range theory, and future of nursing theory) are graphically depicted throughout the book to help you understand the context of the various theories.
- Each theorist chapter is written by a scholar specializing in that particular theorist’s work, often having worked closely with the theorists, to provide the most accurate and complete information possible.
- A case study at the end of each theorist chapter puts the theory into a larger perspective, demonstrating how it can be applied to practice.
- Critical Thinking Activities at the end of each theorist chapter help you process the theory presented and apply it to personal and hypothetical practice situations.
- Diagrams for theories help you visualize and better understand inherently abstract concepts.
- A Brief Summary in each theorist chapter helps you review for tests and confirm their comprehension.
- A Major Concepts & Definitions box included in each theorist chapter outlines the theory’s most significant ideas and clarifies content-specific vocabulary.
- Points for Further Study at the end of each chapter directs you to assets available for additional information.
- Quotes from the theorist make each complex theory more memorable.
- An extensive bibliography at the conclusion of each theorist chapter outlines numerous primary and secondary sources of information for further study.
- NEW! Improved writing style and increased use of subheadings make the narrative more concise, direct, and accessible.
- NEW! Updated research and findings incorporate new content along with more examples and clinical correlations.
- NEW! History of Nursing Science chapter emphasizes nursing science updates
- UNIQUE! Graphical depiction of the six levels of abstraction (philosophy, conceptual models, grand theory, theory, middle-range theory, and future of nursing theory) helps you to understand the context of the various theories.
UNIT I: EVOLUTION OF NURSING THEORETICAL WORKS 1. Introduction to Nursing Theory: Its History and Significance 2. Nursing Theorists of Historical Significance 3. History of Nursing Science 4. Theory Development Process 5. The Structure and Analysis of Specialized Nursing Knowledge
UNIT II: NURSING PHILOSOPHIES 6. Florence Nightingale: Modern Nursing 7. Jean Watson: Watson’s Philosophy and Theory of Transpersonal Caring 8. Marilyn Anne Ray: Theory of Bureaucratic Caring 9. Patricia Benner: Caring, Clinical Wisdom, and Ethics in Nursing Practice 10. Kari Martinsen: Philosophy of Caring 11. Katie Eriksson: Theory of Caritative Caring
UNIT III: NURSING MODELS 12. Myra Estrin Levine: The Conservation Model 13. Martha E. Rogers: Unitary Human Beings 14. Dorothea E. Orem: Self-Care Deficit Theory of Nursing 15. Imogene M. King: Conceptual System and Middle Range Theory of Goal Attainment 16. Betty Neuman: Systems Model 17. Sister Callista Roy: Adaptation Model 18. Dorothy Johnson: Behavioral System Model
UNIT IV: NURSING THEORIES 19. Anne Boykin and Savina O. Schoenhofer: The Theory of Nursing as Caring: A Model for Transforming Practice 20. Afaf Ibrahim Meleis: Transitions Theory 21. Nola J. Pender: Health Promotion Model 22. Madeline M. Leininger: Culture Care Theory of Diversity and Universality 23. Margaret A. Newman: Health as Expanding Consciousness 24. Rosemarie Rizzo Parse: Humanbecoming 25. Helen C. Erickson, Evelyn M. Tomlin, Mary Ann P. Swain: Modeling and Role-Modeling 26. Gladys L. Husted and James H. Husted: Symphonological Bioethical Theory
UNIT V: MIDDLE RANGE THEORIES 27. Ramona T. Mercer: Maternal Role Attainment—Becoming a Mother 28. Merle Mishel: Uncertainty in Illness Theory 29. Pamela G. Reed: Self-Transcendence Theory 30. Carolyn L. Wiener and Marilyn J. Dodd: Theory of Illness Trajectory 31. Georgene Gaskill Eakes, Mary Lermann Burke, and Margaret A. Hainsworth: Theory of Chronic Sorrow 32. Phil Barker: The Tidal Model of Mental Health Recovery 33. Katherine Kolcaba: Theory of Comfort 34. Cheryl Tatano Beck: Postpartum Depression Theory 35. Kristen M. Swanson: Theory of Caring 36. Cornelia M. Ruland and Shirley M. Moore: Peaceful End-of-Life Theory
UNIT VI: FUTURE OF NURSING THEORY 37. State of the Art and Science of Nursing Theory
Martha Raile Alligood, RN, PhD, ANEF, Professor Emeritus School of Nursing East Carolina University Greenville, North Carolina