INTERPERSONAL ASPECTS OF NURSING JOYCE TRAVELBEE PDF

The existence of the suffering whether physical, mental or spiritual is the proper concern of the nurse. Travelbee died at age Publications: , started to publish articles and journals in nursing. Joyce Travelbee started a Doctoral program in Florida in

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Human-to-human relationships require transcending roles of nurse and patient to establish relatedness and rapport and respond to the humanness of others. Illness and suffering are spiritual, emotional, and physical experiences. The nurse assists the ill patient to experience hope as a means of coping with illness and suffering.

Communication also implies that exchanged messages are understood. Establishment of the human-to-human relationship is phasic. The phases are 1 the original encounter, 2 emerging identities, 3 empathy, and 4 sympathy In such a relationship the needs of the person are met. Achievement of a human-to-human relationship requires openness to experiences and freedom to use personal and experiential background to appreciate and understand the experiences of others.

Health and illness may be defined subjectively and objectively. Objective criteria depend on cultural and societal norms, whereas subjective criteria are peculiar to the human being. The meaning of the symptoms of illness or criteria for health for the person is more significant than affixing a label of health or illness to its results. Knowledge Development in Nursing: Theory and Process 10th ed.

St Louis: Elsevier. Primary Sources Travelbee, J. Interpersonal aspects of nursing. Philadelphia: FA Davis. Travelbee, J. Interpersonal aspects of nursing 2nd ed. Her career dealt predominantly with psychiatric nursing and education.

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Joyce Travelbee Interpersonal Theory of Nursing

Human-to-human relationships require transcending roles of nurse and patient to establish relatedness and rapport and respond to the humanness of others. Illness and suffering are spiritual, emotional, and physical experiences. The nurse assists the ill patient to experience hope as a means of coping with illness and suffering. Communication also implies that exchanged messages are understood.

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Interpersonal aspects of nursing.

Travelbee died at age Development of the Theory Travelbee based the assumptions of her theory on the concepts of existentialism by Soren Kierkegaard and logotherapy by Viktor Frankl. Basic Concepts Suffering "An experience that varies in intensity, duration and depth Six important factors charecteristics of hope are: It is strongly associated with dependence on other people. It is future oriented. It is linked to elections from several alternatives or escape routes out of its situation.

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