Provide a general discussion of your personal philosophy of nursing (e.g., its purpose, relevance and/or importance) and the purpose of the paper. Content must be paraphrased. Never copy/paste from a source even if you give credit.
1.Thoroughly describe each major concept in the metaparadigm (i.e., nursing, person, environment, and health) as they are incorporated within your own personal philosophy.
Identify and explain what professional values, characteristics, or qualities are reflected in the personal philosophy
3.Provide a brief and concise, clinical example of how each concept in the personal philosophy is demonstrated within your own nursing practice, i.e., how do you incorporate your beliefs about nursing, health, environment and person into your nursing practice on a routine basis? For example, if you believe the person is composed of body/mind/spirit, describe the exact ways you apply that belief in your care
1.Briefly and concisely describe the major focus of the theory and its concepts And relationships
2.Thoroughly describe each major metaparadigm concept (i.e., nursing, person, environment, and health) as they are incorporated within the theoryContent must be paraphrased. Never copy/paste from a source even if you give
Similarities and Impact
1.Compare the discussion of each concept in the metaparadigm between the personal philosophy and the theory. Identify and describe at least one similarity for each of the four metapardigm concepts between your philosophy and that of the theorist.
2.Explain the impact of the similarities on professional nursing practice.
A metaparadigm is the most general statement of a discipline and functions as a framework in which the more restricted structures of conceptual models develop” The four metaparadigms of nursing include person, environment, health, and nursing. The metaparadigm of person focuses on the patient who is the recipient of care. … The metaparadigm of health refers to the quality and wellness of the patient. It also includes the access the patient has to health care…