Matching (20) Match items in column A to column B

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1.
A.
The four major concepts in nursing theory are the
2.
B.
Founded the second order of St. Francis of Assisi
3.
C.
Defined by Pender as all activities directed toward increasing the level of well being and self actualization.
4.
D.
Nursing is a unique profession, Concerned with all the variables affecting an individual’s response to stressors, which are intra, inter and extra personal in nature.
5.
E.
She introduces the NATURE OF NURSING MODEL.
6.
F.
As a nurse manager, which of the following best describes this function?
7.
G.
She was the daughter of Hungarian kings, who feed 300-900 people everyday in their gate, builds hospitals, and care of the poor and sick herself.
8.
H.
According to Maslow, which of the following is NOT TRUE about a self actualized person?
9.
I.
What type of patient care model is the most common for student nurses and private duty nurses?
10.
J.
He proposed the theory of morality that is based on MUTUAL TRUST
11.
K.
Defines health as the ability to maintain internal milieu. Illness according to him/her/them is the failure to maintain internal environment.
12.
L.
The country where SHUSHURUTU originated
13.
M.
According to her, Wellness is a condition in which all parts and subparts of an individual are in harmony with the whole system.
14.
N.
She theorized that man is composed of sub and supra systems. Subsystems are cells, tissues, organs and systems while the suprasystems are family, society and community.
15.
O.
She conceptualized that man, as an Open system is in constant interaction and transaction with a changing environment.
16.
P.
This is the essence of mental health
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Q.
Who postulated the WHOLISTIC concept that the totality is greater than sum of its parts?
18.
R.
Is a multi dimensional model developed by PENDER that describes the nature of persons as they interact within the environment to pursue health
19.
S.
This period ended when Pastor Fliedner, build Kaiserwerth institute for the training of Deaconesses
20.
T.
The act of utilizing the environment of the patient to assist him in his recovery is theorized by