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1. Peplauís Interpersonal Relations Theory Candace Creese
2. Hildegard E. Peplauís Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory was published in 1953
Framework for psychodynamic nursing
Theory was influenced by Harry Stack Sullivanís theory of interpersonal relations.
Middle range, descriptive, classification theory
3. Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory Stresses the importance of nursesí ability to understand their own behaviors to help others identify perceived difficulties.
Emphasizes the focus on the interpersonal processes and therapeutic relationship that develops between the nurse and client.
Four phases of the nurse-patient relationship are identified
Six primary roles of the nurse
Six secondary roles of the nurse
4. 4 Phases of nurse-patient relationship Orientation-client seeking assistance, meeting of nurse-patient, identifying the problem and services needed ( interview process), and guidance.
Identification- identifying who is best to support needs, patient addresses personal feelings about the experience and is encouraged to participate in care to promote personal acceptance and satisfaction.
5. Phases cont. Exploitation- patient attempts to explore, understand and deal with the problem, and gains independence on achieving the goal
Resolution- termination of the therapeutic relationship to encourage emotional balance for nurse and patient ( difficult for both patient and nurse as psychological dependence persists)
6. Roles of Nurses Primary
Manager of environment
7. Application of Interpersonal Theory in Nursing Practice An article in Current Nursing evaluated using the theory in nursing practice
Assessment= Orientation phase
(the theory allowed clientís needs to be assessed. Application of the theory helped provide comprehensive care to the client)
8. Research completed Urology Nursing used the theory to educate newly diagnosed bladder cancer patients with the need for a urinary diversion, and ensure understanding.
Outcome shows that the scope of a patientís needs requires a competent nurse to assume the changing roles in the four phases of the theory, expressing the importance of involving the patient in establishing goals and reviewing the goals frequently.
9. Research completed British Journal of Nursing had an article researching the credibility of Peplauís theory, in mental health care, due to the expansion of nursing knowledge and the dynamics of a multidisciplinary team currently used in todayís practice.
Public Health Nursing did a study, in homecare visits, (testing the use of Peplauís theory) to work with multi-problem families, to identify interventions, individualized for the members, to see if relationship progression was increased within the family system resulting in optimized care of the patient.
10. Application of theory in ďMYĒ nursing practice This theory would be useful with our newly diagnosed cancer patients and their family. Resistance is met when trying to educate them about the treatment, encouraging enrolment in studies, and education about how to care for the patient in their home setting.
Orientation-patient gets admitted to the unit, nurse helps the patient to recognize and understand that they have cancer and the importance of treatment.
Identification-Patient takes the time to internalize the diagnosis, the nurse participates in helping the patient to do so.
-- Exploitation-the nurse works to have the patient explore what help is needed to meet goals, incorporating other disciplines to problem solve (oncologists, therapists, alternative medicine, etc.).Patient test the limits of the nurses availability, and the nurse encourages patient to evaluate ways to meet their final goals.
-- Resolution-when in-patient treatment is complete, the nurse has to evaluate feelings and remove themselves from the bond that is made, allowing the patient and family to move on and regain balance in their own lives.