Personal Reflection I learned many things about myself as a person and as a nurse following the experience and caring moments mentioned above. Watson define the person as a being-in-the-world who holds three spheres of being-mind, body, and spirit that are influenced by the concept of self and who is unique and free to make choices Cara, Higher Order Intrapersonal-Interpersonal Need or Growth-seeking Need The higher order intrapersonal-interpersonal need or growth-seeking need is the need for self-actualization.
The carative factors are logically derived from the assumptions and related to the hierarchy of needs. Assisting with the gratification of human needs could also be utilized in the transpersonal relationship. It is defined as a high level of overall physical, mental, and social functioning; a general adaptive-maintenance level of daily functioning; and the absence of illness, or the presence of efforts leading to the absence of illness.
Jean Watson is a nursing theorist whom work has expanded the concept of caring within the nursing profession. Being supportive of, the expression of positive and negative feelings to connect with a deeper spirit of one self. My caring intent was well received and understood by this family and they appreciated it very much.
The ten primary carative factors with their corresponding translation into clinical caritas processes are listed in the table below.
In the publication, she issued a call for a return to the earlier values of nursing and emphasized the caring aspects nursing. Watson believes that both nurse and patient can be influenced by caring moments depending on their action and choice within the relationship.
Transpersonal The transpersonal concept is an intersubjective human-to-human relationship in which the nurse affects and is affected by the person of the other. After collaborating with the doctor and social worker, we were able to accommodate Ms.
Anderson said she had a train ticket back to her home state of Atlanta, but the train ticket was for the following day. Early in her work Jean Watson noted 10 carative factors that can be identified and serve as a guide to practicing nursing and these eventually evolved into the 10 clinical caring caritas processes.
The past is prior to, or in a different mode of being than the present, but it is not clearly distinguishable. Caring is central to nursing practice, and promotes health better than a simple medical cure. Anderson to stay in the hospital an additional night, eliminated her anxiety.
Assistance with the gratification of human needs In Denver, Jean Watson founded and directed the Center for Human Caring at the Health Sciences Center.
Watson has published numerous books, book chapters and articles regarding her passion of human caring (Wills, ). Watson’s carative factors can be utilized in the transpersonal relationship in the clinical setting in many ways.
When developing a nurse-patient relationship, it is very import to establish a helping-trusting, human care relationship with the patient. Transpersonal Relationship and Carative Factors Utilized Several of Watson’s carative factors are utilized when caring for the patient’s family mentioned above.
According to Watson a single caring moment becomes a moment of possibility and in that moment an actual opportunity for human caring can occur (Alligood, ). ·Describe how Watson’s carative factors were utilized in the transpersonal relationship. Apply a minimum of four carative factors.
·Include a personal reflection on the personal experience, the caring moment that is the basis of this paper. Transcript of Jean Watson Theory of Transpersonal Caring. relationship 1) Ten Carative Factors (now known as clinical caritas processes which means "to cherish" in Greek) JEAN WATSON Cara, C.
(). A pragmatic view of Jean Watson’s caring theory. International Journal for Human Caring, 7(3), Retrieved March 4. Measuring the Caritas Processes: Caring Factor Survey Pamela mint-body.comli, PhD, RN, CNL sonal caring relationship between the nurse and the patient, and the caring occasion, In this seminal work.
Watson () identified 10 carative factors as being the essential aspects of car-ing in nursing and the core of professional nursing. Nursing.Download