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eBook Ida Jean Orlando: A Nursing Process Theory (Notes on Nursing Theories) ePub

by Norma Jean Schmieding

  • ISBN: 0803949073
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Norma Jean Schmieding
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (December 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 60
  • ePub book: 1572 kb
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Ida Jean Orlando was a nurse theorist who developed the Delibrative . Ida Jean Orlando was a first generation Irish American born on August 12, 1926.

Ida Jean Orlando was a nurse theorist who developed the Delibrative Nursing Process Theory. Get to know the concepts behind the theory. Home Notes Theorists & Theories Ida Jean Orlando: Deliberative Nursing Process Theory. Theorists & Theories. Ida Jean Orlando: Deliberative Nursing Process Theory. She dedicated her life studying nursing and graduated in 1947 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in public health nursing in 1951. In 1954, she completed her Master of Arts in Mental Health consultation.

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She proposed that patients have their own meanings and interpretations of situations and therefore nurses must validate their inferences and analyses with patients before drawing conclusions.

Ida Jean Orlando was a first generation Irish American born in 1926. Career of Ida Jean Orlando. She received her nursing diploma from New York Medical College at the Lower Fifth Avenue Hospital School of Nursing. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from St. John’s University in Brooklyn, and her Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health Nursing from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is married to Robert Pelletier and lives in the Boston area. Career of Ida Jean Orlando

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Orlando developed her nursing process theory in the late 1950s while she was the principal investigator at the Yale School of Nursing Project.

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Ida Jean Orlando - born in 1926. Nurse – patient relations – central in theory and not differentiated from nursing therapeutics or nursing process. wrote about the nursing process. Orlando's Deliberative Nursing Process Theory focuses on the interaction between the nurse and patient, perception validation, and the use of the nursing process to produce positive outcomes or patient improvement.

Ida Jean Orlando a nursing process theory. Nurses on the unit, when hearing about this, became sympathetic toward the patient (Schmieding, 1995). In C. M. McQuiston & A. A. Webb (Ed., Foundations of nursing theory contributions of 12 key theorists (pp. 563-613). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Orlando, Ida Jean Nurse and patient Nursing Nursing Process Nursing Theory. Similar books and articles. Nursing Ethics in Applied Ethics. Nursing Human Science and Human Care : A Theory of Nursing. Jean Watson & National League for Nursing - 1988. Spirituality in Nursing Standing on Holy Ground. Mary Elizabeth O'brien - 2003. Introduction to Person-Centered Nursing. Janice B. Lindberg, Mary Love Hunter & Ann Z. Kruszewski - 1983. Martha Libster - 2000. Advancing King's Systems Framework and Theory of Nursing. Maureen A. Frey, Christina L. Sieloff & Imogene M. King - 1995.

Ida Jean Orlando, one of the leading nurse theorists, sees nursing as the means of providing direct assistance to individuals to avoid, relieve, diminish or cure a person′s sense of helpnessness. She also focuses on communication within the nurse-client relationship and identifies the validation process as essential to effective nursing care.