Nursing Theory Of The American Nurses Association ( Ana ) Nursing Professional Behavior

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This paper will discuss a nursing theory that will drive my personal clinical nursing practice when employed, and it will highlight and illustrate two case management principles that I will incorporate into my personal clinical nursing practice when employed. This document will also discuss two professional behaviors from the American Nurses Association (ANA) Nursing Professional Behaviors document learned during the University of Houston- Victoria RN to BSN program, and it will discuss how these behaviors will be incorporated into my personal clinical nursing practice when employed. Then, this paper will discuss two Differentiated Essential Competencies of graduates of Texas BSN programs I have achieved in the UHV RN to BSN program, and it will state how I have achieved them. The conclusion of the document will state professional goals for the next three years including national, state, and local professional organizations memberships, national certifications, and further professional goals.
Nursing Theory
The nursing theory that will drive my clinical practice when employed is Jean Watson’s theory of human science and human care. Watson’s theory is a holistic approach to patient care that considers the nurse-patient interaction as fundamental in restoring balance through the application of ten caring principles essential to nursing such as being sensitive, assisting the patient with basic needs, and respecting human dignity (Watson Caring Science, 2015). Watson…

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