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Artinian Intersystem Model: Integrating Theory and Practice for the Professional Nurse 2ed

by Barbara Artinian, Katharine West and Margaret Conger Springer Publishing Company
Pub Date:
04/2011
ISBN:
9780826107527
Format:
Pbk 322 pages
Price:
AU$113.00 NZ$116.52
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This second edition graduate textbook and reference guide for nurses presents a practice-focused intervention from the notable Artinian Intersystem Model. While the first edition focused largely on theory, this second editions seeks to integrate both theory and practice to ultimately help enhance the nurse-patient relationship as well as nursing practice at large. The authors offer practical care plans at various levels of expertise across the continuum of care, from acute care to long term care to resolve concerns through joint decision making and to document interventions. The text establishes exclusive care plans and scales for the Artinian Intersystem Model to document changes in health status. The book also employs evidence-based, Glaserian Grounded Theory research methods, and serves as a companion to Springer Publishing's Glaserian Grounded Theory in Nursing Research. Key features: Uses evidence-based Grounded Theories to guide clinical nursing practice Establishes a care plan that accounts for the interaction of the biological, psychosocial, and spiritual subsystems Discusses the application of the Artinian Intersystem Model in various practice settings, including community health, cosmetic procedures, case management, and assisted living Book includes a link to a digital adjunct containing forms for applying the model at the graduate and undergraduate levels, as well as conceptual maps of research used for sample care plans

Contributors Foreword Preface Acknowledgments I. Theoretical Background of the Artinian Intersystem Model 1. Development of the Artinian Intersystem Model 2. Situational Sense of Coherence: The Salutogenic Model 3. Developing a Sense of Coherence: The Developmental Environment 4. The Context of Involvement: The Situational Environment II. Increasing Sense of Coherence in Aggregates 5. Family as Client: An Interactive Interpersonal System 6. Institution As Client: Institutional Interaction 7. Community, State, or Nation as Client: Public Health Nursing III. The Artinian IntersystemA Model in Educational Settings 8. Learning Theories to Enhance Clinical Practice 9. The Artinian Intersystem Model in Nursing School Education 10. An Emerging Nursing Program In A Developing Country 11. Fostering Mutuality in Clinical Practice IV. The Artinian Intersystem Model in Practice 12. Advanced Practice Nursing in an Ambulatory Setting 13. Delegation Decision Making 14. Care Management of Heart Failure Patients in the Outpatient Setting 15. Excellence in Practice: A Resident-Centered Care Program in a Long-Term Facility 16. Integrating Theory and Practice Using the Artinian Intersystem Model Appendix A: Basic block care plan Appendix B: Artinian Intersystem Model community health care plan for resolution of the main concern Appendix C: Artinian Intersystem Model care plan template Appendix D: Artinian Intersystem Model outline for narrative care plan for resolution of main concern Index

Barbara M. Artinian, PhD, RN is professor emeritus in the School of Nursing, Azusa Pacific University. She has taught courses in community health nursing, family theory, nursing theory, and qualitative research methodology. For about 7 years she conducted the Spiritual Care Research Institute that was held in collaboration with Azusa Pacific University and Nurses Christian Fellowship. Doctoral and masters level students attended the Institute and through it she became methodologist for three doctoral students who report their research in this book. She has written a nursing model, the Artinian Intersystem Model, which is used internationally. Katharine S. West, MPH, MSN, RN, CNS is a Nurse Clinical Systems Project Manager at Kaiser Permanente - Southern California Permanente Medical Group and a Professor for the Southern California campus of the University of Phoenix undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. She is a contributing author to books on qualitative research and rural nursing and has created online content or been the reviewer for textbooks on maternal-newborn nursing and nursing informatics. Since 1992, she has taught nursing at all levels from vocational to graduate with an emphasis on Public Health nursing. Margaret Conger, EdD, RN is Professor Emeritus at the School of Nursing Northern Arizona University. She is the co-author of the first edition of The Artinian Intersystem Model and the author of Managed care: Practice strategies for Nursing published in 1999 by Sage Publications. She is a well-published contributing author in nursing journals.