Peplau’s Theory on Nursing Practice


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Peplau's Theory on Nursing Practice
All nurses must make use of at least one nursing theorist in their practice. Peplau serves as an ideal guide for nurses in terms of the being/becoming, knowing, and doing of their practice. The great value of Peplau’s theory is that it is focused on the very essence of nursing which is the nurse-patient relationship. Peplau’s theory is a vey practical one and addresses the most important aspect of all nursing. This paper will be most concerned with how Peplau regarded the nurse-patient relationship. I will be identifying common themes and areas of divergence in the literature. Peplau addresses the most important element in the self-development of the nurse which is related to knowing how to...
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