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Orem and Erickson: Nursing Theories and Models
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This 8 page paper provides a comparative view of the nursing models outlined by Orem and Erickson. This paper integrates a comparative assessment of both of their theories and applies them to nursing care. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: MHOreErk.rtf

Orem's Self Care Model
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A 16 page paper discussing the ways that the concept of self-care has changed over the years, particularly as it relates to Orem's self-care theory. Psychologically, it has been found that individuals more actively involved with their own health care often fare much better than those dependent on and at the mercy of the medical community. Combining these psychological perspectives with the practicalities of managed care has resulted in a significant increase in the numbers of people performing self-care at home. Much of that activity is undertaken within the framework of the Orem Self-Care Model. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: KSnursOrem.rtf

Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory
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A 3 page research paper that outlines Orem's self-deficit theory of nursing and then discusses specific applications to nursing practice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khorem2.rtf

Orem's Theory & Palliative Care
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A 5 page research paper. In addressing nursing practice and the needs of patients, nurses often adopt a theoretical model that aids them in conceptualize and meeting those needs. The following examination looks at how Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory facilitates and informs palliative care for a patient with arm lymphedema. It will show how Orem's model of nursing care fits the needs of this patient and facilitates helping the patient to reach self-care deficit goals. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: kharmlym.rtf

Orem's Theory as a Guide
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A 5 page research paper that uses Dorothy Orem's model of nursing as a guide to creating a personal model. Dorothy Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory is one of the most often used models employed in general nursing practice (Horan, Doran and Timmins, 2004). This is primarily due to the fact that Orem's view of nursing corresponds with one of the most foundational tenets in nursing, which is that nursing intervention should facilitate the re-establishment of the self-care capacity of the patient. The tenets of Orem's theory are explored from an overall perspective and this information is then utilized in designing a personal conceptual model for nursing practice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Orem's Theory Of Nursing And Families
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This 3 page paper presents a synopsis of the entitled journal article written by Susan Taylor. The writer reports the basics of Orem's theory. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: PGorem2.rtf

Orem’s Self Care Deficit Theory in the Emergency Room Environment
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A 10 page discussion of the applicability of Orem’s theory to the emergency room environment. The author of this paper asserts that in the fast-paced environment of the emergency room it is easy to forget that nursing, as a necessity, must address both patient and the health care system. Emergency nursing methodologies, to be most effective, must also take into account other factors such as culture, ethnicity, race, socioeconomic background and educational attainment. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPnrsTh3.rtf

Orem’s Self-Care Model
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A 6 page paper describing Dorothy Orem’s model of self care, followed by a discussion of the model’s advantages and disadvantages. In this age of cost containment effort, self-care carries the promise of reducing the cost of direct patient care in those settings in which it can be used. Some of these situations include diabetic testing, wound care, or self-catheterization at home, among others. Though cost savings can be great, perhaps the greatest advantage is the psychological benefit that the individual gains from having some measure of control over his own illness and its management, which can equate to better patient outcomes. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSnursOremSelf.rtf


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