Jean Watson: Human Caring Theory


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Jean Watson: Human Caring Theory
For this assignment teaching nursing students will be discussed in terms of real clinical experiences where Jean Watson’s Human Caring Theory is applied. Watson created a nursing theory where the ideal nurse can be actualized. The ideal nurse according to Watson is prepared to provide optimal patient care. Both the ideal nurse and providing optimal patient care are the foundation of Watson’s Human Caring Theory (“Dr. Jean’s Watson’s Theory of Human Caring”, 2007).
Nursing responsibilities and nursing workloads have increased in healthcare. Students must be prepared to meet these challenges. Nursing teachers must bring the frontline of nursing care into the classroom by providing real clinical situations....
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