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Books in the IAHS Library

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Nursing theorists and their work - Alligood - 7th ed.
This text provides an in-depth look at 49 nursing theorists of historical, international, and significant importance. Each chapter features a clear, consistent presentation of a key nursing philosophy or theory.

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Nursing theory: Utilization & application - Alligood - 4th ed.
This text offers clearly defined and practical ways to integrate nursing theory into actual nursing practice.

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Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice - George, Julia - 6th ed.
Designed as a tool to help nurses apply nursing concepts and theories to actual nursing practice, this book considers the ideas of well-known nursing theorists and relates the work of each to the nursing process of assessing, diagnosing, planning, implementing, and evaluating.

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Nursing theories & nursing practice - Parker - 2nd ed.
Learn to explore and apply nursing theories with chapters written by the actual theorists themselves! This completely revised and updated edition also includes chapters written by practicing nurses that offer real world experience, discussing how they apply nursing theories in their day-to-day practice.

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Contemporary nursing knowledge: Analysis and evaluation of nursing models and theories - Fawcett - 2nd ed.
This book clarifies the confusion between conceptual models and theory and provides a compilation of the most current information about the various models and theories. The book lists the nursing process format for each conceptual model and theory to help students understand how it is actually used in practice.

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Integrated theory and knowledge development in nursing - Chinn - 7th ed.
This book examines how nursing theory and patterns of knowing affect nursing practice. In addition to the concepts of ethical knowledge, aesthetic knowledge, and empiric knowledge development, you'll learn about the newest pattern of knowing - emancipatory knowing.

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An introduction to theory and reasoning in nursing - Johnson - 2nd ed.
This book provides an introduction to theory - explains what theory is, how theory is used in professional nursing and encourages students to develop reasoning skills and incorporate abstract ideas into practice.


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Contemporary nursing knowledge: Analysis and evaluation of nursing models and theories - Fawcett 2nd ed.
Lists the nursing process format for each conceptual model and theory and discusses how it is actually used in practice.

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Conceptual models of nursing: Analysis and application - Fitzpatrick 4th ed.
Covers the development and evaluation of the theoretical base for advanced nursing practice, research and education. Discusses a broad range of nursing models and their roles in nursing practice.

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Taber's cyclopedic medical dictionary - 21st ed. online from STAT!Ref
Appendix N1: Conceptual Models and Theories of Nursing
Theorists: Florence Nightingale; Virginia Henderson; Dorothy Johnson; Imogene King; Myra Levine; Betty Neuman; Dorothea Orem; Martha Rogers; Callista Roy; Erickson, Tomlin & Swain; Madeleine Leininger; Margaret Newman; Ida Jean Orlando; Rosemarie Parse; Nola Pender; Hildegard Peplau; Reva Rubin; Jean Watson

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Fundamentals of nursing: Standards & practice
Chapter 2: Theoretical foundations of nursing.
This chapter describes selected nursing theories.

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Kozier & Erb's fundamentals of nursing
Chapter 3: Nursing theories and conceptual frameworks.
Provides an overview of selected theories.

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Nursing theories (2nd ed.), Kim, H. S. (ed.). - Online from ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source
This book is for you if you want if you want a better understanding of both the theories themselves and the essential questions about nursing theory development. The text provides the reader with a deeper understanding of nursing theories through examining them in their conceptual and philosophical contexts.

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Middle range theory for nursing (3rd ed.) - Online from ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source
Noted theorists and scholars explore the historical and contemporary theories that are the foundation of nursing today. For each theory, you’ll find an introduction to the theorist, a description of the theory’s role as a model for nursing practice, and an examination of its application in clinical practice.

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E-books at McMaster

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Understanding the work of nurse theorists: A creative beginning
Chapter for each theory/theorist.
Florence Nightingale; Virginia Henderson; Ernestine Wiedenbach; Jean Watson; Myra Levine; Betty Neuman; Sister Callista Roy, Dorothea Orem; Madeleine Leininger; Ida Jean Orlando-Pelletier; Katharine Kolcaba; Nola Pender; Hildegard Peplau; Imogene King; Patricia Benner; Martha Rogers; Margaret Newman; Rosemarie Rizzo Parse


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