Medicine and health in the 1970's

Medicine and health in the 1970's

Dr Jean Watson: The Theory Of Human Caring Ferris State University Mary Haverty-Robinson. RN OCN Patricia Kraemer. MCHRN Angie Robl MSRN Marianna Burns CGERN Nadezhda Litton RN 1 Medicine and Health in the

1970s Spring 1971 A committee of the US Senate identified five problems in the health care system: 1. Maldistributions and shortage of health manpower; 2. Inequality in health care and inequality in access to health care including financing; 3. Rising costs; 4. Too little attention paid to keeping people well; 5. Lack of coordination in the health-care system,

resulting in waste and duplication. Tompkins, 2001 Baughman, Bondi, Layman, McConnell, & 2 Nursing in the 1970s Increase in autonomy and increase in decision-making responsibilities Increased level of education to college-level degree in nursing

Womens movement influencing the roles between doctors and nurses Baughman, Bondi, Layman, McConnell, & Tompkins, 2001 3 Watch a nurse that doesnt use the Watson Way! Starring.. 4

Please go to link to see video https ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr9TFbE_13o 5 The conception of the Theory Human Caring During the turmoil of the 1970s the Theory of Human Caring was developed by Dr. Jean Watson. Developed between 1975 -1979 by Jean Watson while she was involved in her doctoral studies in

educational-clinical and social psychology . Watson, 2007 6 Dr Jean Watson PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN RN Diploma in nursing B.S. in nursing M.S. psychiatric mental-health nursing Minor: psychology

Graduate study: Social and Clinical psychology PhD Educational Psychology and Counseling 7 The Theory of Human Caring The Theory of Human Caring was Dr. Watsons first attempt to bring meaning and focus to nursing as an emerging discipline and distinct health profession with its own unique values, knowledge and practices, with its own ethics and mission to

society.to find common meaning and order to nursing that transcended settings, populations, specialty, subspecialty areas, and so forth. Watson, 2007 8 Jean Watsons responses to changing medicine The current dilemmas in health care are often located within a framework that emphasizes the outer forces of economics, staffing shortages, and

technological - medical issues, or system/institutional needs (Watson, 2004b, p. 249). This disconnection between the current focus in addressing health care issues conflicts with and greatly differs from the deeply human-to-human caring relationships and human-to-human connections that give meaning and purpose to nurses, patients, and other health practitioners 9 alike. The Theory of Human

Caring Unique Concepts of the Theory of Human Caring Transpersonal caring relationship Caring occasion/caring moment Clinical Caritas Process Kearney, 2008 10

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