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Briefly discuss the concepts of person
Person defined as the recipient of nursingcare,must consider as a functional whole with unique biopsychosocial and spiritual dimension.The nursing care target population such as elderly, adolescents, or an ethnic group that are at risk of for a health problem.
Concept of Environment
Environment refers tonthe internal and external context of the client in the health care situation. Nurse should be aware about the client's own perception maybe influence by culture, developmental, physical and psychosocial conditions.Climate, space,pollution and food choices are important dimension of environment
Concept of Health
health is define as a dynamic and harmonious equilibrum of all elements and forcesmakingup andsurrounding human being. Health identified as a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources as well physical capacities. It is multidimensional with physical, psychological, sociocultural, developmental, and spiritual elements.
Define Paradigm
worldview with global concepts underlying the theories and methodology of a particular scientific discipline. It consist of four elements: person, environment, health, and nursing
Describe the paradigm shift/change per Peplau
focus on medical treatment to an interpersonal model of nursing practice in which the nurse uses himself or herself as therapeutic agent. Nursing as a developmental educational instrument designed to help individuals, families, and communities achieve changes in health care status adn well-being, and illnes as an opportunity for improved functioning.
Discuss Carl Rogers Person-centered model of therapeutic relationships
therapeutic relationship emphasizes an I-thou relationship as essential to healing and points to the primacy of person as the agent of healing.