The authors believe this nursing model
provides such a partnership throughout the continuum of CKD.
Emerging in the United States in the 1960s, the primary nursing model
involves patients being allocated to individual nurses (Tiedman & Lookinland, 2004).
The old nursing model
, in which nurses predominate over other team members, is no longer (if it ever was) appropriate.
To be successful, the foreign-trained doctors cannot perceive the nursing model
, which focuses on patient care and is more holistic, as inferior to the physician model, which focuses on treatment and cure, Dr.
A new behavioral nursing model
of MBI allows targeted assessment of distractibility, impulsivity, and irritability as aspects of impaired attention.
Two major concepts of this nursing model
include stress and reaction to stress.
Employing a highly differentiated nursing model
and 24-hour support services 365-days a year, the SI division positions Pentec as the only provider in the U.
The NP is an advanced nursing role that allows an holistic care approach, incorporating the medical and social nursing model
With safety and patient convenience as the driver for every design and planning decision, the new tower will integrate patient-focused care delivery concepts such as patient-centric outpatient services, a team nursing model
, family-centered care, and a universal care unit.
This initiative represented an opportunity to respond to the changing health care scene by providing a more structured enrolled nursing model
of care, that embraced advanced skills and knowledge within a collaborative nursing framework (Milson-Hawke and Higgins 2003).
Concept mapping: A nursing model
for care planning.
The representation of our members is predicated on a nursing model