nursing model

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nurs·ing mod·el

a set of abstract and general statements about the concepts that serve to provide a framework for organizing ideas about clients, their environment, health, and nursing.

nurs·ing con·cep·tu·al frame·work

(nŭrs'ing kŏn-sep'shū'ăl frām'wŏrk)
A grouping of related concepts and theories that are of importance to nurses to guide nursing practice, education, and research.
Synonym(s): nursing model.

nursing model

A conceptual model that refers to abstract and general ideas about human beings, their environments and health, and nursing.
See: conceptual models of nursing
See also: model
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The representation of our members is predicated on a nursing model.

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