Exploring the Interface between the Philosophy and Discipline of Holistic Nursing : Modeling and Role-Modeling at Work

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Exploring the Interface between the Philosophy and Discipline of Holistic Nursing : Modeling and Role-Modeling at Work

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Table of Contents

Contributing authors                               ix
Acknowledgments x
Dedication xi
Foreword xiii
Introduction xvii
SECTION I DEFINING THE PARAMETERS
Chapter 1 A Voice from the Past: Factors 5 (27)
that impact professional behaviors
Helen L. Erickson
Political Considerations of Compassionate 5 (23)
Caring Revisiting the Past 28 (4)
Chapter 2 Paradigm Choices: Implications 32 (20)
for Nursing Knowledge
Helen L. Erickson
Background 32 (7)
Delimiting Nursing 39 (9)
Implications for the Advancement of the 48 (4)
Discipline
Chapter 3 Ways-of-Knowing and the 52 (18)
Metaparadigm
Helen L. Erickson
Margaret E. Erickson
Background 52 (8)
Defining the Parameters of Nursing's 60 (5)
Discipline
The Metaparadigm and Ways-of-Knowing 65 (3)
Matrix Model
Integrative Knowing 68 (2)
Chapter 4 Looking to the Future: Curriculum 70 (26)
Implications
Helen L. Erickson
Educational Considerations 72 (11)
Using Modeling and Role-Modeling 83 (13)
Chapter 5 Discovery-Learning Methods: 96 (29)
Learning to Think
Helen L. Erickson
Background 97 (2)
About Bruner's Discovery-Learning 99 (26)
Methods
SECTION II FACILITATING GROWTH
Chapter 6 Facilitating Exploration of the 125 (17)
Modeling and Role-Modeling Philosophy
Helen L. Erickson
The Essence of a Philosophy: Framing Our 125 (2)
Thoughts
Facilitating The Learning Process 127 (13)
Final Considerations 140 (2)
Chapter 7 Facilitating the Modeling and 142 (29)
Role-Modeling Processes
Sharon Rogers
Helen L. Erickson
Use of the Language 142 (3)
Facilitating Students' Learning 145 (23)
Final Notes 168 (3)
Chapter 8 Facilitating Personal Knowledge 171 (12)
Development
Carolyn K. Kinney
Providing the Structure for 171 (4)
Discovery-Learning
An Exemplar of Learning 175 (6)
Evaluation: Important Component of 181 (2)
Discovery-Learning
Chapter 9 Synthesizing Knowledge 183 (24)
Margaret E. Erickson
Da'Lynn K. Clayton
Thinking about Learning and Learning to 184 (4)
Think
Course Specifics 188 (3)
An Exemplar 191 (13)
Postscript 204 (3)
Chapter 10 Evaluating Student Growth 207 (21)
Ellen Schultz
Faculty Reflections and Planning 208 (3)
Defining the Focus 211 (5)
Defining Specifics 216 (12)
Chapter 11 Issues for a Culturally-Diverse 228 (34)
Society
Judith E. Hertz
Barbara L. Irvin
Susan S. Bowman
The Taiwan Experience 229 (1)
Nursing Practice in a Culturally-Diverse 230 (10)
Society
Major MRM Concepts as they Relate to 240 (8)
Cultural Diversity
Issues for Nurse Educators in a 248 (7)
Culturally-Diverse Society
Cultural Relevance of the MRM Theory 255 (7)
Chapter 12 Evidence-Based Nursing Practice, 262 (25)
Holistic Care and Advanced Practice Nursing
Linda Baas
Lynn Smith
Evidence-based Practice 262 (10)
Finding a Balance 272 (3)
Two Models of Practice 275 (12)
SECTION III CONTINUING THE JOURNEY: FINDING
MEANING
Chapter 13 The Nurse's Experience: Source 287 (24)
of Knowledge
Da'Lynn K. Clayton
Margaret E. Erickson
Nursing's Untapped Potential 288 (5)
Sharing the Experience 293 (3)
Case Examples 296 (15)
Chapter 14 Reflection as a Way-of-Being in 311 (18)
Practice
Christopher Johns
Reflective Practice 311 (9)
Model for Structured Reflection (MSR) 320 (9)
Chapter 15 Embracing the Journey 329 (26)
Christi A. Holland
Becoming Enlightened 329 (12)
Trusting the Vision 341 (5)
An Analysis 346 (9)
Back matter
Epilogue 355 (2)
Bibliography 357 (20)
Appendix A 377 (9)
Appendix B 386 (10)
Appendix C 396 (6)
Appendix D 402 (47)
Index 449