Applying Watson’s Theory of Nursing to a Patient


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Applying Watson's Theory of Nursing to a Patient
Nursing theories are used as a framework to guide the nurses in their provision of care. The nursing theory of Jean Watson is a theory that can be used by nurses as a guide to perform actions and behave in a caring manner towards their patients. The concepts of Jean Watson’s theory will be applied to a case in nursing practice in order to provide care that improves the client’s health and prevents the client from enduring hardships. The concepts of Jean Watson’s Caring theory that will be applied in this case are the caritas and the concept of caring moments. These concepts will be used to provide ethical care in accordance with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) and the use of the...
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