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Mary Jane Smith PhD RN earned her bachelor s and master s degrees. from the University of Pittsburgh and her doctorate from New York Uni. versity She has held faculty positions at the following nursing schools. University of Pittsburgh Duquesne University Cornell University New. York Hospital and The Ohio State University and she is currently profes. sor and associate dean for graduate academic affairs at West Virginia. University School of Nursing She has been teaching theory to nursing. students for over 3 decades, Patricia R Liehr PhD RN graduated from Ohio Valley Hospital School. of Nursing in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania She completed her baccalaureate. degree in nursing at Villa Maria College her master s in family health. nursing at Duquesne University and her doctorate at the University of. Maryland Baltimore School of Nursing with an emphasis on psycho. physiology She did postdoctoral education at the University of Penn. sylvania as a Robert Wood Johnson scholar Dr Liehr is currently the. associate dean for nursing research and scholarship at the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University She has taught. nursing theory to master s and doctoral students for nearly 2 decades. Patricia R Liehr left and Mary Jane Smith right,Middle Range. Theory for Nursing,Second Edition,Mary Jane Smith PhD RN. Patricia R Liehr PhD RN,Copyright 2008 Springer Publishing Company LLC. All rights reserved, No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or.
transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying. recording or otherwise without the prior permission of Springer Publishing. Company LLC,Springer Publishing Company LLC,11 West 42nd Street. New York NY 10036,www springerpub com,Acquisitions Editor Allan Graubard. Production Editor Julia Rosen,Cover design Joanne E Honigman. Composition Apex CoVantage,08 09 10 11 5 4 3 2 1, Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Middle range theory for nursing Mary Jane Smith Patricia R Liehr. editors 2nd ed,Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978 0 8261 1916 2 alk paper, 1 Nursing Philosophy 2 Nursing models 3 Information. science I Smith Mary Jane 1938 II Liehr Patricia R. DNLM 1 Nursing Theory 2 Nursing Research WY 86 M627 2008. RT84 5 M537 2008,610 7301 dc22 2008000940, Printed in the United States of America by Bang Printing. Contributors xi,Foreword by Joyce J Fitzpatrick xv. Preface xvii,Acknowledgments xxi,1 Disciplinary Perspectives Linked to Middle. Range Theory 1,Marlaine C Smith,2 Understanding Middle Range Theory by Moving.
Up and Down the Ladder of Abstraction 13,Mary Jane Smith and Patricia R Liehr. Philosophical Level 16,Theoretical Level 17,Empirical Level 20. Middle Range Theories on the,Ladder of Abstraction 20. 3 Building Structures for Research 33,Patricia R Liehr and Mary Jane Smith. Practice Story 34,Phenomenon of Interest 34,Theoretical Lens 35.
Related Literature 36,Reconstructed Story 36,Mini Saga 37. Core Qualities 37,Definition 37,vi CONTENTS,Mini Synthesis 38. Exemplars 38,1 Yearning to be Recognized 39,Anthony R Ramsey. 2 Catastrophic Cultural Immersion 46,Lisa Marie Wands. 4 Theories of Uncertainty in Illness 55,Merle H Mishel and Margaret F Clayton.
Purpose of the Theories and How They Were,Developed 56. Concepts of the Theories 58,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Models 61,Use of the Theories in Nursing Research 62. Use of the Theories in Nursing Practice 72,Conclusion 78. 5 Theory of Meaning 85,Patricia L Starck,Purpose of the Theory and How It Was.
Developed 85,Concepts of the Theory 88,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 93,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 93. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 97,Conclusion 101. 6 Theory of Self Transcendence 105,Pamela G Reed,Purpose of the Theory and How It Was. Developed 105,Concepts of the Theory 106,Relationships Among the Concepts.
The Model 109,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 112. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 122,Conclusion 125. 7 Theory of Community Empowerment 131,Cynthia Armstrong Persily. and Eugenie Hildebrandt,Purpose of the Theory and How It Was. Developed 131,Concepts of the Theory 132,CONTENTS vii.
Relationships Among the Concepts,The Model 137,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 137. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 140,Conclusion 142. 8 Theory of Symptom Management 145,Janice Humphreys Kathryn A Lee Virginia. Carrieri Kohlman Kathleen Puntillo Julia,Faucett Susan Janson Bradley Aouizerat. DorAnne Donesky Cuenco and the UCSF,School of Nursing Symptom Management.
Faculty Group,Purpose of the Theory and How It Was. Developed 145,Concepts of the Theory 146,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 149,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 149. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 154,Conclusion 154. 9 Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms 159,Elizabeth R Lenz and Linda C Pugh.
Purpose of the Theory and How It Was,Developed 159. Concepts of the Theory 163,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 169,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 171. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 175,Conclusion 177. 10 Theory of Self Efficacy 183,Barbara Resnick,Purpose of the Theory and How It Was.
Developed 183,Concepts of the Theory 185,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 189,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 190. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 195,Conclusion 197. 11 Story Theory 205,Patricia R Liehr and Mary Jane Smith. Purpose of the Theory and How It Was,Developed 205.
viii CONTENTS,Concepts of the Theory 209,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 213,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 216. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 220,Conclusion 221. 12 Theory of Family Stress and Adaptation 225,Geri LoBiondo Wood. Purpose of the Theory and How It Was,Developed 225.
Concepts of the Theory 228,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 232,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 233. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 237,Conclusion 238. 13 Theory of Cultural Marginality 243,Heeseung Choi. Purpose of the Theory and How It Was,Developed 243.
Concepts of the Theory 246,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 253,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 253. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 255,Conclusion 256. 14 Theory of Caregiving Dynamics 261,Loretta A Williams. Purpose of the Theory and How It Was,Developed 262.
Concepts of the Theory 263,Relationships Among the Concepts. The Model 269,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 269. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 272,Conclusion 273. 15 Theory of Moral Reckoning 277,Alvita Nathaniel,Purpose of the Theory and How It Was. Developed 277,CONTENTS ix,Concepts of the Theory 280.
Relationships Among the Concepts,The Model 282,Use of the Theory in Nursing Research 288. Use of the Theory in Nursing Practice 289,Conclusion 290. 16 Evaluation of Middle Range Theories for,the Discipline of Nursing 293. Marlaine C Smith,The Purpose of Theory Evaluation,Toward a Postmodern View 294. The Origin of Evaluative Frameworks 296,Applying the Framework to the Evaluation.
of Middle Range Theories 304,Appendix Middle Range Theories 1988 2007 307. Contributors,Bradley Aouizerat PhD DorAnne Donesky Cuenco. Assistant Professor PhD RN, University of California San Assistant Adjunct Professor. Francisco School of Nursing,San Francisco CA University of California San. San Francisco CA,Virginia Carrieri Kohlman,DNSc RN FAAN Julia Faucett PhD RN FAAN.
Professor Professor and Chair,School of Nursing School of Nursing. University of California San University of California San. Francisco Francisco,San Francisco CA San Francisco CA. Joyce J Fitzpatrick PhD MBA, Heeseung Choi DSN RN Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor. Assistant Professor of Nursing,College of Nursing Frances Payne Bolton School of. University of Illinois at Nursing,Chicago Case Western Reserve University.
Chicago IL Cleveland OH,Eugenie Hildebrandt PhD,Margaret F Clayton PhD RN ANP. RN FNP Associate Professor,Assistant Professor University of Wisconsin. School of Nursing Milwaukee,University of Utah School of Nursing. Salt Lake City UT Milwaukee WI,xii CONTRIBUTORS, Janice Humphreys PhD RN Merle H Mishel PhD RN FAAN. PNP FAAN Kenan Professor of Nursing,Associate Professor School of Nursing.
School of Nursing The University of North Carolina. University of California San at Chapel Hill,Francisco Chapel Hill NC. San Francisco CA,Alvita Nathaniel PhD RN APRN,Assistant Professor. Susan Janson DNSc RN West Virginia University School. ANP FAAN of Nursing,Professor and Harms Alumnae Charleston WV. School of Nursing Cynthia Armstrong Persily PhD,University of California San RN FAAN. Francisco Professor and Associate Dean,San Francisco CA Academic Affairs Southern.
Kathryn A Lee PhD RN FAAN West Virginia University School. Professor and Livingston of Nursing,Chair Charleston WV. School of Nursing Linda C Pugh PhD RNC,University of California San Professor. Francisco York College of Pennsylvania,San Francisco CA School of Nursing. Elizabeth R Lenz PhD,RN FAAN Kathleen Puntillo DNSc. Dean and Professor RN FAAN,The Ohio State University Professor.
School of Nursing School of Nursing,Columbus OH University of California San. San Francisco CA,Geri LoBiondo Wood PhD,RN FAAN Pamela G Reed PhD RN. Associate Professor FAAN, University of Texas Health Professor and Associate Dean. Sciences Center Houston The University of Arizona College. School of Nursing of Nursing,Houston TX Tucson AZ,CONTRIBUTORS xiii. Barbara Resnick PhD RN FAAN Patricia L Starck DSN,Professor RN FAAN.
Sonya Ziporkin Gershowitz Dean and Professor,Chair in Gerontology University of Texas Health. University of Maryland Sciences Center Houston,School of Nursing School of Nursing. Baltimore MD Houston TX,Marlaine C Smith PhD,RN FAAN Loretta A Williams PhD. Helen K Persson Eminent RN CNS OCN,Scholar Department of Symptom. Christine E Lynn College of Research,Nursing The University of Texas M D.
Florida Atlantic University Anderson Cancer Center. Boca Raton FL Houston TX, This second edition of Middle Range Theories for Nursing extends the. disciplinary boundaries of nursing and at the same time deepens our. understandings of core nursing content relevant to research and profes. sional nursing practice The importance of this contribution cannot be. overestimated, At the time of the publication of the first edition of the book Smith. and Liehr were pioneers in addressing middle range theories Impor. tantly in that first edition the editors brought together eight middle. range theories for nursing that had never been presented collectively. Since that time doctoral education in nursing has vastly expanded and. the demand for knowledge of middle range theories has increased While. it is always important to introduce a movement it is even more impor. tant to sustain a movement especially for a developing discipline such. as nursing, In this new edition there are 12 middle range nursing theories pre. sented evidence that the discipline has moved forward in the develop. ment of theoretical knowledge Of the four new theories added one the. theory of symptom management serves as an umbrella for a considerable. program of research in nursing As such it has undergone much testing. and provides strong support for application to professional nursing prac. tice The other new chapters focused on theories of cultural marginality. caregiving dynamics and moral reasoning are in the early stages of their. development It is important to include these new ideas so that through. systematic evaluation nurse scholars can assist the authors in the theory. refinement, There also are new chapters that add considerable depth to the book. These chapters provide substantive content that will be useful to both. faculty and students They place middle range theory development within. the context of disciplinary knowledge a contribution that is needed for. nurse scholars at all levels including those in academic and clinical envi. ronments One of the most important contributions that Smith and Liehr. have made is to refocus attention on the theory lens of nursing knowledge. xvi FOREWORD, development particularly significant at a time when the focus has drifted.
to empirical and practical knowledge, As with the first edition there are key dimensions of the work that. make it especially useful to new students of nursing theory at the gradu. ate and undergraduate levels First the structured format that is used. across all theory chapters makes for a consistent level of explanation. and analysis and is especially useful for those trying to understand the. similarities and differences in the theories With this structure it is not. difficult to assess knowledge development content components or to. evaluate the internal and external validity of the theories Second the. Middle range theory for nursing Mary Jane Smith Patricia R Liehr editors 2nd ed p cm Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN 978 0 8261 1916 2 alk paper 1 Nursing Philosophy 2 Nursing models 3 Information science I Smith Mary Jane 1938 II Liehr Patricia R DNLM 1 Nursing Theory 2 Nursing Research WY 86 M627 2008 RT84 5 M537 2008 610 7301

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