The first three carative factors are the "philosophical foundation" for the science of caring, while the remaining seven derive from that foundation. Every society has had some people who have cared for others. Society Society provides the values that determine how one should behave and what goals one should strive toward.
Of importance to nursing and the concept of the caring-healing moment, it should be noted that TP is concerned with exploring non-ordinary states of consciousness, by moving beyond the ego and the body boundaries, with the understanding that these states of consciousness encapsulate heuristic, transformative, healing, and evolutionary potentials [ 9 ].
The strongest tool a nurse has is his or her mode of communication, which establishes a rapport with the patient, as well as caring by the nurse. By taking a transdisciplinary exploration into the humanities-based field of TP, the nurse educator is afforded the opportunity to explore how TP theory and caring consciousness support the need for the paradigm shift beyond technical-medical approaches to nursing and nursing education, and toward the creation of a truly caring-healing transpersonal consciousness in nursing.
Soon after, inher husband died. Watson, Nursing interventions related to human care originally referred to as carative factors have now been translated into clinical caritas processes Watson, Actual caring occasion involves actions and choices by the nurse and the individual.
The promotion and acceptance of the expression of positive and negative feelings becomes: Major Concepts Society provides the values that determine how one should behave and what goals one should strive toward. Caring can be effectively demonstrated and practiced only interpersonally.
Scripting does not support the skills it takes to be authentically present to meet the other in a field of caring consciousness. In her work Nursing: A caring environment is one that offers the development of potential while allowing the patient to choose the best action for him or herself at a given point in time.
The moment of coming together in a caring occasion presents the two persons with the opportunity to decide how to be in the relationship — what to do with the moment. The field of psychology at that time was dominated by behaviorism and psychoanalysis: As Watson developed her theory of human caring, one of her original definitions of transpersonal was as follows: Practice of loving-kindness and equanimity.
Nursing students or professional nurses who are interested in creating a career based in healing-caring will benefit from this exploration. Abraham Maslow While Abraham Maslow was considered to be the father of humanistic psychology in the s, he also helped create the framework for TP as noted previously.
According to Watson, caring is central to nursing practice, and promotes health better than a simple medical cure.
The systematic use of the scientific method for problem-solving and decision-making, which allows for control and prediction, and permits self-correction.Transpersonal caring calls for an authenticity of being and becoming, an ability to be present to self and other in a reflective frame; the transpersonal nurse has the ability to center consciousness and intentionality on caring, healing, and wholeness, rather than on disease, illness and pathology.
Theorist - Jean Watson was born in West Virginia, US Educated: BSN, University of Colorado,MS, University of Colorado,PhD, University of Colorado, ; Distinguished Professor of Nursing and Chair in Caring Science at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
(January 1, ) Watson Caring Science Institute () "Caring Field of Heart-Centered Love for Self, Others, and the Planet Earth" Theory of Transpersonal Caring a.k.a. Theory of Human Caring a.k.a. Caring Model originally developed in several revisions since.
Transpersonal caring is communicated via the practitioner’s energetic patterns of consciousness, intentionality, and authentic presence in a caring relationship.
Caring-healing modalities are often noninvasive, nonintrusive, natural-human, energetic environmental field modalities. Transpersonal Caring is a theory of holistic caring.
The theory is founded upon the personal relationship between the patient and nurse because, in. Watson theory has four major concepts: human being (parenthood health. Environment/collect, and nursing. According to Watson, the three major elements of her theory are the creative factors, the transposable caring relationship, and the caring occasion/caring moment.Download