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INTERDEPENDENCE MODE. Roy Model. Roy, C. & Andrews, H.A. (1999). The Roy Adaptation Model. (2nd. ed.). Norwalk, Conn: Appleton & Lange. Chapter 16. Interdependence Mode. Close relationship with others Need for Affection.

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interdependence mode

INTERDEPENDENCE MODE

Roy Model

S. Gaston

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Roy, C. & Andrews, H.A. (1999). The Roy Adaptation Model. (2nd. ed.). Norwalk, Conn: Appleton & Lange.
  • Chapter 16

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interdependence mode3
Interdependence Mode
  • Close relationship with others
  • Need for Affection

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significant other
Significant Other
  • Most important person is our lives.
  • Gives and receives respect, love, value

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support systems
Support Systems
  • Persons that also provide love, respect, and value and the same is given in return.
  • Less important than significant others

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behaviors
Behaviors
  • Receiving or Receptive behaviors: “Person’s receiving, taking in, or assimilating nurturing behaviors”

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behaviors10
Behaviors
  • Giving or Contributive Behavior: “giving or supplying nurturing”

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assessment of behavior
Assessment of Behavior
  • Significant Other: Who is the most important person in your life?

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assessment of behavior12
Assessment of Behavior
  • Support System: Who will be here for you during your surgery?

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assessment of behavior13
Assessment of Behavior
  • Giving Behavior: How do you express caring to (significant other, support system)?Observation of NV behavior

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assessment of behavior14
Assessment of Behavior
  • Receiving Behavior: How does that person (significant other, support system) express caring to you.Observation of NV behavior

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assessment of stimuli
Assessment of Stimuli
  • Expectations of the relationship and awareness of needs
  • Nurturing ability of both persons
  • Level of Self-Esteem

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assessment of stimuli16
Assessment of Stimuli
  • Level and kind of Interactional Skills
  • Presence of the other in the physical environment (Assess to each other)

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assessment of stimuli17
Assessment of Stimuli
  • Knowledge about friendships and relationships
  • Developmental age and tasks

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nursing diagnoses
Nursing Diagnoses
  • Alterations in Parenting related to _______.
  • Change in family roles related to________.

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Nursing Diagnoses
  • Social Isolation related to _________.
  • Separation Anxiety due to _________.

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nursing diagnoses20
Nursing Diagnoses
  • Ineffective relationships
  • Family coping, (compromised, disabling, or altered)

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Nursing Diagnoses
  • Knowledge Deficit for __________.

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