Nursing Theory Grid

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University of Phoenix Material Nursing Theorist Grid 1. Theorist Selected: Ida Orlando Description of key points of the theory: Orlando's Deliberative Nursing Process has a framework that consists of five concepts. 1. Professional Nursing Function is the organizing principle- The patient is the focal point in nursing. The nurse must find out and meet the immediate need the patient. 2. Patient's presenting behavior- problematic situation. When the patient's equilibrium is offset he/she exhibits behaviors that draw the nurses' attention. 3. Immediate reaction- Internal Response is a proactive response that causes the nurse to have an automatic response that is cognitive and affective (Alligood, 2010). According to the…show more content…
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