Research, identify, summarize, and critique any nursing theory of your choice. Be sure to also identity the level of the theory. There are many sources for nursing theories including accessing various theory websites.
Use 1 of the approaches for critique and evaluation of theory. Be sure to clearly identify the approach you use. Name the model/approach and the authors/researchers who developed the model, then follow the selected approach for the analysis.
This analysis must include at least 2 scholarly sources.
Refer to the Theory-Based Exemplar Paper (TEP): Theory Analysis Paper Sample attached. You have the freedom to organize this paper as desired (regarding use of titles for headings/subheadings as applicable). You do not need to include an abstract for this paper. Otherwise, follow current APA format. Cite any documentation/articles you utilize in your paper related to your selected theory.
Please reference the Listing of Selected Established Theories and Theorists below for further assistance.
• Benner’s Professional Advancement Model
• Corbin and Strauss Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework
• Cox Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior
• Fitzpatrick Life Perspective
• Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns
• Henderson Nursing Model
• Johnson Behavioral System Model
• King Open Systems Model
• Kolcaba’s Theory of Comfort
• Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality
• Leventhal and Johnson’s Theory of Self Regulation
• Levine Conservation Model
• Marker Nursing Model
• Mishel’s Uncertainty in Illness Theory
• Neuman Systems Model
• Newman Health Model
• Nightingale’s Nursing Theory
• Orem Self Care Model
• Orlando’s Nursing Theory
• Parses Theory of Human Becoming
• Paterson and Zderad’s Theory of Humanistic Nursing
• Pender Health Promotion Model
• Peplau’s Interpersonal Relations Model
• Rogers’ Science of Unitary Human Beings
• Roper’s Activities of Living Model
• Roy Adaptation Model
• Rubin’s Theory of Maternal Identity
• Travelbee Interpersonal Theory
• Watson’s Theory of Caring
• Wiedenbach’s Theory