The theorist’s name and a discussion of her background, including pertinent experiences in the background of the theorist as a nurse scholar that might have prompted the development of the theory
You will prepare a presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® that explores and describes one nursing theorist. You will choose a nursing theorist from your textbook that you have not presented in response to your earlier Discussion Board postings.
Your presentation will include:
The historical background of the development of the model or framework (1–2 slides).
A short description of the theory or model (1–2 slides).
The theorist’s name and a discussion of her background, including pertinent experiences in the background of the theorist as a nurse scholar that might have prompted the development of the theory (1–2 slides).
A definition and description of the concepts of the theory, including (3–4 slides):
How are human beings defined and described?
How is environment defined and described?
How is health defined?
How are wellness and illness differentiated?
How is nursing defined?
What is (are) the goal(s) of nursing?
The relationship between the theory and the concepts in nursing metaparadigm (1slide) (usually a drawing).
Strengths and weaknesses of the model for clinical practice (1–2 slides).
The central values and beliefs set forth by the theorist (1–2 slides).
An example of use of the theory in your clinical practice (1 slide).
Length: 10–16 slides (with a separate reference slide)
Speaker Notes Length: 50–100 words for each slide
Submit your presentation and the reference list (in a separate Word doc) that you used to develop the presentation to the Unit 7 AssignmentDropbox. Be sure to cite references using APA format.
Chapter 20: “Afaf Ibrahim Meleis: Transitions Theory”
Chapter 21: “Nola J. Pender: Health Promotion Model”
Chapter 23: “Margaret A Newman: Health as Expanding Consciousness”
Chapter 25: “Helen C. Ericson, Evelyn M. Tomlin, Mary Ann P. Swain: Modeling and Role-Modeling”
Chapter 26: “Gladys L. Husted and James H. Husted: Symphonological Bioethical Theory”
Chapter 27: “Ramona T. Mercer: Maternal Role Attainment-Becoming a Mother”
Chapter 28: “Merle H. Mishel: Uncertainty in Illness Theory”
Chapter 29: “Pamela G. Reed: Self-Transcendence Theory”
Chapter 30: “Carolyn L. Wiener and Marylin J. Dodd; Theory of Illness Trajectory”
Chapter 31: “Georgene Gaskill Eakes, Mary Lermann Burke, and Margaret A. Hainsworth: Theory of Chronic Sorrow”
Chapter 32: “Phil Barker: The Tidal Model of Mental Health Recovery”
Chapter 33: “Katharine Kolcaba: Theory of Comfort”
Chapter 34: “Cheryl Tatano Beck” Postpartum Depression Theory”
Chapter 35: “Kristen M. Swanson: Theory of Caring”
Chapter 36:”Cornelia M. Ruland and Shirley M. Moore: Peaceful End-of-Life Theory”
Florence Nightingale: Modern Nursing”
Chapter 8: “Marilyn Anne Ray: Theory of Bureaucratic Caring”
Chapter 9: “Patricia Benner: Clinical Wisdom, and Ethics in Nursing Practice”
Chapter 10: “Kari Martinsen: Philosophy of Caring”
Chapter 11: “Katie Eriksson: Theory of Caritative Caring”
Chapter 14: “Dorothea E. Orem: Self-Care Deficit Theory of Nursing”
Chapter 15: “Imogene M. King: Conceptual System and Middle-Range Theory of Goal Attainment”
Chapter 18: “Dorothy E. Johnson: Behavioral System Model”