Learning Evidence in Parse's Theory Introduction Parse’s theory is abased on her observations of patterns in people’s lives. Her theory is perfectly suitable for many situations. Research evidence demonstrates the perfect fit between her concepts and the needs of patients. This paper will present that research evidence and explain how Parse’s theory guides my practice. Literature Review Various themes in the literature are repetitive and all based in Parse’s theory. These themes are the four metaparadigm concepts, stigma, quality of life, patterns, and true presence. What is common with all these concepts is that they arise in much the same way as themes in all the literature. For example, quality of life is seriously reduced for people...The end:
.....with the patient. Another basic theme is the patient’s perspective and understanding their experience. References Aquino-Russell, C. (2005). Practice possibilities for nurses choosing true presence with persons who live with a different sense of hearing. Nursing Science Quarterly, 18(1), 32-36. Jonas-Simpson, C. & McMahon, E. (2005). The language of loss when a baby dies prior to birth: Cocreating human experience. Nursing Science Quarterly, 18(2), 124-130. Noh, C.H. (2004). Meaning of the quality of life for persons living with serious mental illness: Human becoming practice with groups. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17(3), 220-225. Smith, M. (2002). Human becoming and women living with violence. Nursing Science Quarterly, 15(4), 302-307.