Theory of the Deliberative Nursing Process

Theory of the Deliberative Nursing Process

A nursing theory developed by Ida Jean Orlando that focuses on how the nurse identifies patients' immediate needs for help. The goal of nursing is to identify and meet patients' immediate needs for help through use of the deliberative nursing process.
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They describe the components of nursing knowledge, including the metaparadigm, philosophies, conceptual models, theories, empirical indicators, and their relationship; strategies used to implement models and theories in real-world nursing; specific models and their analysis and evaluation, such as the behavioral system model, the conservation model, the science of unitary beings model, and the adaptation model; and nursing theories and their analysis and evaluation, including the theory of health as expanding consciousness, the theory of the deliberative nursing process, the theory of interpersonal relations, and the theory of human caring.