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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Based on a self-care model for the internet age patients, Youdiagnose allows patients to feed in their clinical reports and responses to the questionnaires system, and receive an unbiased, personalised and objective assessment.
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.4
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. According to Pender, health-promoting behaviors are measured as an expression of health, including the areas of health responsibility, physical activity, nutrition, interpersonal relations, spiritual growth, and stress management.
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. The addition of the interpersonal variables increased the effect of health value ([beta] = _.956) on equipment self-care for women; but not men.
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. This edition includes a new section on forward-facing trauma therapy.
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.