self-care model

self-care model

 
a conceptual model of nursing, formulated by Dorothea E. orem, concerned with the individual's ability or inability to provide complete or effective self-care or care of dependent others.
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In a study Orem's self-care model was implemented on women in the post-partum period, and found that the care that was attached prevented post-partum complications and increased self-care ability.
Among the measures used to assess self-care in general population, stands out the Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II, developed by Pender (1996), which is developed following her self-care model.
Moreover, Laudanski, Nowak, and Niemczyk (2013) found the elderly patient has developed advanced coping and critical thinking skills desirable for the self-care model, thus making the elderly patient a good candidate for peritoneal dialysis.
One of the most important findings of this paper is seen in the impact of family network (or interpersonal variables) on the equipment self-care model.
Campbell J An empirical test of a self-care model of women's responses to battering 11.
The self-care model (see Figure 1) is a general systems framework in which self-care outcome is not a consequence of a causal relationship.
It's long been knocking around in the medical world, where self-care models have traditionally been rooted in practical purposes, like ensuring patients stick to their medication routines or get the right amount of exercise.
Baranowsky, a clinical psychologist specializing in trauma, and Gentry, a psychotherapist and consultant specializing in traumatic stress and compassion fatigue, focus on the use of the principle of reciprocal inhibition as a core skill and explain the foundations of the tri-phasic model and behavioral, cognitive, and cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as physiological pathways for behavioral phenomena; the skills and techniques for the treatment phases of safety and stabilization, working through trauma and traumatic memories, and reconnection with the self, family, and loved ones; and integrative and clinician self-care models.
Topics include safety and stabilization, trauma memory processing, reconnection, integrative and clinician self-care models, and a discussion of the foundations of the trauma practice model.

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