Assignment: Interpretation of Reality

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Assignment: Interpretation of Reality

Assignment: Interpretation of Reality

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The experience of pain transcends the

physical body and requires a theory-driven,

tailored, whole-person approach to ensure

all effects of the pain experience on and in

the person; body, mind, and spirit are

addressed. The theory of integral nursing is

a composite theory developed by Barbara

Dossey in 2008 and built largely on the

work of Wilber (2000), whose integral

theory outlined the four dimensions of all

that is and represent what Wilbur believed

to be the true realities of life. Wilber posited

that understanding of these four dimensions

influences a person’s interpretation of reality

A secondary purpose is to

stimulate scholarly interest in designing

studies that test the theory’s concepts and

holistic framework in practice. A peripheral

aim of the paper is to suggest how

application of the theory’s main concepts,

especially the concept of healing, may be

used to help define the emerging role of

the nurse in the 21st century regarding the

holistic care of the client experiencing pain.

the theory of Integral nursing

and carries the potential to affect one’s

relationships with others. Many of the

concepts within Dossey’s theory stem from

an amalgamation of concepts pivotal to

theories from within and outside of nursing.

The following commentary is a paraphrased

interpretation of Dossey’s theory with the

intent of aiding clinicians, academicians,

students, and others in understanding the

overall thrust of the theory. In this way,

partners in healthcare may find ways to

apply the theory’s core concepts to guide

the design of interventions in all areas of

practice, but especially in the area of pain

management practice. The concepts that

provide the organizing structure for the

theory of integral nursing are healing,

recognition of the metaparadigm of nursing,

patterns of knowing, quadrants, and all

quadrants/all levels (AQUAL). Appreciating

the richness and complexity of the theory

is a longitudinal process that begins with

unpacking each of the theory’s main

concepts and developing ways to apply

the concepts in clinical practice.

Healing

The central concept in the theory

of integral nursing is healing and is

conceptualized as a process that includes

“knowing, doing, and being” (Dossey &

Keegan, 2009, p. 21), as part of a life-long

journey toward increasing personal

harmony, harmony that is conveyed to

clients through caring actions and integral

dialogues.

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