Research proposal with topic “Medication adherence for hypertension in the hispanic population”. As per professor it should describe Hypertension, incidence of hypertension in US, risk and management, Incidence in the hispanic population, compliance and cultural issues affecting it, ( include PICOT ( Patient/problem, intervention, question. I provided the 15 articles and the template for the proposal. APA format.
Select one nurse theorist and theory that is related to your work , describe the theory and how is applied ( page 3 in template) APA format.
- In 1955, Virginia Henderson conceptualized the nurse’s role as assisting sick or healthy individuals to gain independence in meeting 14 fundamental needs, thus her Nursing Need Theory was developed.
- In 1960, Faye Abdellah published her work “Typology of 21 Nursing Problems” that shifted the focus of nursing from a disease-centered approach to a patient-centered approach.
- In 1962, Ida Jean Orlando emphasized the reciprocal relationship between patient and nurse and viewed the professional function of nursing as finding out and meeting the patient’s immediate need for help.
- In 1968, Dorothy Johnson pioneered the Behavioral System Model and upheld the fostering of efficient and effective behavioral functioning in the patient to prevent illness.
- In 1970, Martha Rogers viewed nursing as both a science and an art as it provides a way to view the unitary human being, who is integral with the universe.
- In 1971, Dorothea Orem states in her theory that nursing care is required if the client is unable to fulfill biological, psychological, developmental, or social needs.
- In 1971, Imogene King’s Theory of Goal attainment states that the nurse is considered part of the patient’s environment and the nurse-patient relationship is for meeting goals towards good health.
- In 1972, Betty Neuman in her theory states that many needs exist, and each may disrupt client balance or stability. Stress reduction is the goal of the system model of nursing practice.
- In 1979, Sr. Callista Roy viewed the individual as a set of interrelated systems who strives to maintain the balance between these various stimuli.
- In 1979, Jean Watson developed the philosophy of caring highlighted humanistic aspects of nursing as they intertwine with scientific knowledge and nursing practice.