Make a followup of a student’s weekly discussion and respond with your opinion regarding to her post
——You don’t have to post this in APA format necessarily, it’s just giving feedback to the student with a paragraph, it doesn’t have to be a lot of text—
Mary Grace Castro
Hi Class and Dr. Miller,
The nurse that had the most significant impact on evidence professional nursing practice in the 21st Century is Jean Watson. According to Watson, the definition of caring is a moral imperative to preserve human dignity and help achieve a higher degree of harmony within the mind, body, and soul through a transpersonal caring relationship. She also noted that a caring attitude is not transmitted from generation to generation by gene and heredity; instead, caring is shared by the profession’s culture. Caring is a unique way of coping with the environment, and when caring does not exist, subordinates or nurses feel undervalued and objectified. This contributes to dissatisfaction and low quality of life (Watson,2009). This is precisely what I think if we have a high nursepatient ratio. I feel like I did not fulfill my job as a nurse, and I feel like I did not care enough for my patient. I worked at night, so as much as I wanted to spend more time with my patients, I also wanted them to rest so they could save their energy for the next day. I feel like I am in & out of their room and not caring for them. I would say that I am a very handson nurse and want to spend time with my patient if possible because I believe that focusing and caring for them contributes to their healing.
Jean Watson’s theory is about human caring. The primary concept of her theory is transpersonal caring, relationship, carative factor, and caring occasion or caring moment. She uses the word “carative” instead of “curative” to distinguish between nursing and medicine. “Whereas curative factors aim at curing the patient of disease, carative factors aim at the caring process that helps the person attain or maintain health or die a peaceful death” (Little, 1979). Caring consist of carative factors.
The structure for the science of caring is built upon ten carative factors. These are:
Nursing: The Philosophy and Science of Caring by Jean Watson, RN, Ph.D. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1979.
Gunawan J, Aungsuroch Y, Watson J, Marzilli C. Nursing Administration: Watson’s Theory of Human Caring. Nursing Science Quarterly. 2022;35(2):235243. doi:10.1177/08943184211070582 (Links to an external site.)
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