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The Caring Occasion. Jean watson. Watson Says… “ ”. A poignant human- to human interaction “manifests within a healing consciousness” (pg. 411) a Metaphysical Experience (Watson’s use of energy fields and transcendence) (George, 2002) . ( www.shiftinaction.com , 2005).

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The caring occasion

The Caring Occasion

Jean watson


Watson says
Watson Says… “ ”

  • A poignant human- to human interaction

  • “manifests within a healing consciousness” (pg. 411)

  • a Metaphysical Experience (Watson’s use of energy fields and transcendence)

    (George, 2002)

( www.shiftinaction.com, 2005)


Associated concepts
Associated Concepts

Healing Consciousness

Transpersonal Caring

  • Obtaining a certain method of thinking in the dynamics of transpersonal caring

  • The state of the nurse’s consciousness affects the energy fields of others

  • “The caring-healing process is connected with the other human(s) and the higher energy of the universe…” (Watson, 2008)

  • The deep connected quality of human-to-human interaction

  • The sharing of oneself (by both patient and nurse) in the healing process

  • Healing modalities that are rooted in intentionality and promote human dignity… (George, 2002)


Associated concepts1
Associated Concepts

The Ten Carative Factors

The Postmodern Mindset

  • 1. Practice kindness, 2. presence, 3. transpersonal self, 4. helping-trusting function, 5. feeling expression (+ & -), 6.creative self, 7. teaching-learning function, 8. healing environment, 9. intentional care essentials, 10. existential dimension of life and death (Sitzman & Eischelberger, 2004)

  • Multiple truths

  • Physical and nonphysical phenomena

  • Relativity of time and space

  • Emerging artistry, spirit-metaphysical, holographic, etc.

    (George, 2002)


How do we facilitate the caring occasion
How do we facilitate the “Caring Occasion”?

  • The nurse must bring to the table their unique life histories (Sitzman & Eischelberger, 2004).

  • Transpersonal caring behaviours, in accordance with the 10 Carative Factors

  • “Emotional catharsis and ‘intersubjective flow’” (Mullaney, 2000).



The watsonian nurse
The Watsonian Nurse




Proposal
Proposal

(Google Images, 2008).


References
References

Bernick, L. (2004). Caring for older adults: Practice guided by Watson’s caring-healing model. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17(2), 128-134. Retrieved October 25, 2008 from CINAHL database.

George, J. (2002). Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Mullaney, J. (2000). The lived experience of using Watson’s actual caring occasion to treat depressed women. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 18 (2), 129-142.

Sitzman, K. and Eischelberger, L.W. (2004). Understanding the work of nurse theorists: A creative beginning. Detroit, MI: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Smith, M. (2004) Review of research related to Watson’s theory of caring. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17(1), 13-25. Retrieved October 25, 2008 from CINAHL database.

Watson, J. (1999). Nursing: Human science and human care: A theory of nursing. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Watson, J. (2008). The Watson Caring Science Institute. Retrieved November 6, 2008, from http://www.watsoncaringscience.org/index.html


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