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Lodics, Danielle - - 2011
The purpose of this paper is to describe the acquisition of emerging knowledge of Rogerian Theory from one baccalaureate student's perspective. The learning process regarding nursing theory and its correlation to evidence-based practice will be discussed, and the importance of exposure to nursing theory at an undergraduate level will be ...
St. Lawrence, Meghan - - 2011
Transcending the confines of the purely physical, Rogerian theory elevates the possibilities of nursing practice. By its inclusion of that which cannot be explained empirically and allowing for the possibility of the miraculous, a deeper truth is revealed. In the same way, Gabriel Garcia Marquez's literary style of Magical Realism ...
Hindman, Margaret - - 2011
The purpose of this study was to gain an understanding of humor from the perspective of the Science of Unitary Human Beings as described by Martha Rogers. It was proposed that there would be mutual patterning of humor and field energy in older adults who are either institutionalized or non-institutionalized, ...
Anderson, Frances - - 2011
The purpose of this study was to compare distress in radiation oncology patients (N=57) as measured by the Brief Symptom Inventory--18 Item for Oncology Patients (BSI[R]-18) and the Gueldner Well-being Picture Scale. Findings were statistically significant and although both tools measured distress, the Gueldner Scale was easier to administer and ...
Hubbard, Jabrenta - - 2011
This study examined the effect of mindfulness training, a natural healthful approach which is consistent with the Rogerian construct of unitary and inseparable human-environmental field, on recall and sense of well-being. A number of studies have demonstrated positive benefits from the practice of mindfulness; however, it does not appear from ...
Johnston, Nancy - - 2011
This paper reports the extension of the psychometric properties of the Well-Being Picture Scale (WPS) developed by Gueldner and colleagues (2005). A convenience sample (N=220) of generally healthy registered nurses as well as nursing and psychology students in two Mid-Atlantic academic settings completed the WPS and the Profile of Mood ...
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Farren, Arlene - - 2010
The paper describes a secondary analysis of power in breast cancer survivors. The researcher examined three new research questions regarding power intensities, frequency, and form for a sample (n = 104) of extended stage breast cancer survivors. The theoretical perspective was Barrett's power theory. After approval by the researcher's university ...
Phillips, John - - 2010
Rogers' relative present is discussed in the context of traditional evolution and biblical creation. The new term of energyspirit is created as well as Homo pandimensionalis as evidence of the increasing pandimensional relative present awareness.
Bramlett, Martha - - 2010
Eschiti, Valerie - - 2009
Dunn, Dorothy - - 2009
The purpose of this paper is to explore the concept of compassion energy between the nurse and patient for its relevance to the concept of compassion fatigue. It is proposed that melding the conceptually congruent tenets of the Science of Unitary Human Beings (SUHB) and Nursing as Caring (NAC) provide ...
Kim, Tae - - 2009
Since the introduction of Barrett's Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change and its instrument in 1983, many nurse scholars have used the theory and the instrument. The first critical review of 15 years of power literature was published in 1998. This article presents a review of this literature ...
Malinski, Violet - - 2009
This article presents an overview of the history of both Rogerian nursing science and the Society of Rogerian Scholars (SRS), the organization founded by, among others, Martha E. Rogers. Current developments in the science of unitary human beings are highlighted.
Hardin, Sonya - - 2009
Hastings-Tolsma, Marie - - 2008
Watson, Juanita - - 2008
Time experience is a key concept in Rogers' conceptual model and has been uniquely interpreted by her as a manifestation of human field patterning. In this paper, issues with measuring time experience are addressed, especially with reference to the Time Metaphor Test, the instrument used most often in Rogerian investigations. ...
Schneider, Patricia - - 2008
Using qualitative research methods, a four stage model was developed to describe and explain the process of extraordinary healing for three individuals. While current research in psychoneuroimmunology was helpful in understanding the physical recovery, it could not explain the entire healing process. The Rogerian perspective, particularly power as knowing participation ...
Phillips, Barbara - - 2008
Nursing science has entered into a phase of transition and revolution. Never before has there been such a flux of creative ideas to challenge nurse scholars' scientific visions and to create a more diverse horizon in which to integrate those phenomena. There exists a need for continued exploration into more ...
Bramlett, Martha - - 2008
Nursing is currently challenged with numerous competing theoretical frameworks. With these diverse conceptual systems grounded within disparate paradigms, nursing scientists must discern which of the developing paradigms hold the greatest validity and utility for nursing. This discussion addresses Rogers' Science of Unitary Human Beings in terms of Kuhn's requirement for ...
Bramlett, Martha - - 2008
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