SR. Callister Roy’s Adaptation Model: Theory Analysis
9 pages in length. Understanding the evolution of Sr. Callister Roy’s adaptation model and how the essential concepts of the model were developed is prerequisite to identifying the inherent differences that exist between and among all other models. Roy’s model, defined as “the process and outcome whereby the thinking and feeling person uses conscious awareness and choice to create human and environmental integration” (Carey, 2003), reflects the relationship that exists between environmental integration and nursing care, which has much to do with the manner by which the nurse holds accountability for the patient’s health over and above any accepted standards. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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