Assignment: Theoretical Concepts

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Assignment: Theoretical Concepts

Assignment: Theoretical Concepts

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Discussion Question:

How have you met the course objectives listed in the syllabus? Has the material in the course changed your professional practice? How might learning about issues and trends in nursing influence your professional practice?

Your initial posting should be at least 400 words in length and utilize at least one scholarly source other than the textbook.

Read the attached article and analyze the identified benefits and consequences of applying the Theory of Integral Nursing to clinical practice. Discuss your analysis and identify the strengths and weaknesses of the scholarly article. Specify 2 MSN Essentials which most relate to the application of the Theory of Integral Nursing in clinical practice.

Theory of Integral Nursing & Practice.pdf

**Under the Class Resources tab, students will find the MSN Essentials which help to guide and shape graduate nursing education. Select 2 of these essentials that most closely reflect the concepts of the theory of integral nursing as instructed above.**

note: remember APA style. Minimum 250 words. 2 references.

Key Words: Holism, nursing theory, pain

management, caring, relationship-centered

care, theory-practice gap, nursing practice,

holistic theory, client-centered care

Introduction

The use of theory to guide practice

has been advocated for decades, but the

translation of theory into practice has been

difficult for clinicians. Poor understanding

of theory and its purpose inhibits the nurse’s

ability to apply theoretical constructs in

practice, thus reducing practice to a task-

oriented enterprise rooted largely in habit.

Dossey’s (2008) theory of integral nursing

has recently emerged as a new holistic

theory that provides opportunities for

clinicians to invest in a worldview that

embraces the caring behaviors central to

the delivery of nursing care and encourages

nurses to design care that is relationship

centered and focused on healing. This

theory holds promise for application in

many care situations, though the client

experience of acute pain presents itself

as a uniquely universal opportunity to

demonstrate the prospective value of the

theory’s application.

It is widely known that pain is one of the

most common symptoms experienced by all

clients and that knowledge about effective

pain-relieving strategies is important

and essential in guiding practice. Despite

numerous advances in pain management,

pain continues to be insufficiently managed.

Inadequate understanding and use of theory

to guide pain management practice may

obscure nurses’ ability to rely on theoretical

knowledge as a basis for pain management

care. Insufficient knowledge about the

theory of integral nursing precludes

effective application of its theoretical

concepts in clinical practice, thereby

inhibiting nurses’ ability to improve pain

management practice while also inhibiting

clients’ ability to participate in the co-

creation of personalized interventions to

relieve pain. Failure of the nurse to engage

in holistic care, to capture

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