The Intersystem Model: Integrating Theory and Practice

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SAGE, Feb 3, 1997 - Medical - 304 pages
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The book introduces the reader to one of the most provocative conceptual models in nursing today. It breaks new ground not only in its presentation of the Intersystem Model but also in its in-depth treatment of the spiritual subsytem as an intrinsic part of the biological-psychosocial-spiritual triad. The contributors provide case examples and concrete tools that will allow readers to apply the model and incorporate it into their personal and conceptual framework of practice.
 

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Contents

Development
18
The Developmental
31
Situational Environment
42
Theoretical Foundations for the Biological
64
Theoretical Foundations for the Psychosocial
83
Theoretical Foundations for the Spiritual Subsystem
107
An Interactive
130
Involving Community
174
Learning Theories Used in the Application
208
Fostering Mutuality in Clinical Practice
226
Nursing Assessment
244
Refining and Testing the Theoretical
255
The Experience of Giving Spiritual Care
270
Name Index
289
Subject Index
295
About the Authors
303

Curricular Development Using
194

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