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This long-awaited new edition presents the latest advances in the Roy Adaptation Model, one of the most widely accepted nursing theories, in the words of the theorist herself, Sister Callista Roy.
- Maintains the essential concepts of the model while explaining new developments;
- Places new developments in the context of contemporary issues of health care delivery
- Expands and clarifies the theoretical basis of each adaptive model
- Provides separate chapters for each adaptive mode at the group level
- Expands applications to practice, using case studies, for each step of the nursing process
New to this Edition
This edition incorporates significant changes in both content and organization.
- Adaptive mode chapters are reorganized.
- Compensatory process and compromised process chapters include new content.
- Material on adaptive processes of groups is presented in a separate section.
- The nursing process within each chapter is based on the theoretical content of each adaptive mode.
- Further explanation of Roy’s philosophical and scientific assumptions for the 21st century and the addition of cultural assumptions are new to this edition.
Table of contents
Table of Contents
Part One. Introduction to the Roy Adaptation Model, 1
Chapter 1. Nursing as a Knowledge-Based Profession, 2
Chapter 2. Elements of the Roy Adaptation Model, 25
Chapter 3. The Nursing Process According to the Roy Adaptation Model, 55
Chapter 4. Overview of Adaptive Modes, 87
Part Two. The Adaptive Modes for the Individual, 109
Chapter 5. Oxygenation, 110
Chapter 6. Nutrition, 128
Chapter 7. Elimination, 146
Chapter 8. Activity and Rest, 165
Chapter 9. Protection, 198
Chapter 10. Senses, 222
Chapter 11. Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid—Base Balance, 254
Chapter 12. Neurologic Function, 269
Chapter 13. Endocrine Function, 302
Chapter 14. Self-Concept Mode of the Person, 321
Chapter 15. Role Function Mode of the Person, 358
Chapter 16. Interdependence Mode of the Person, 384
Part Three. Adaptive Modes of Relating Persons, 409
Chapter 17. Physical Mode of Relating People, 411
Chapter 18. Group Identity Mode of Relating Persons, 432
Chapter 19. Role Function Mode of Relating Persons, 457
Chapter 20. Interdependence Mode of Relating Persons, 484
Part Four. Applications of the Roy Adaptation Model, 505
Chapter 21. Applications of the Roy Adaptation Model, 507
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