Jean Watson: Needs Assessment Questionnaire Survey
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The paper discusses how the results of the needs assessment questionnaire survey with regard to the need to integrate Jean Watson's theory into the baccalaureate nursing curriculum evidently point to both a desire for a change in the content of the current curriculum as well as the need for a more transtheoretical approach to teaching nursing theory and model application. The paper explains that most respondents expressed less familiarity and comfort with the theory compared to other, more renowned theories. The paper notes that instructors have demonstrated that, while there is a discrepancy between shallow and expert knowledge regarding Watson's theory, they expressed the desire to implement a means to overcome their shortcomings.
From the Paper:"The recently conducted survey had a total of 38 respondents. The respondents consisted of nurses that teach undergraduate nursing courses. For the first question, 33 (87%) of the respondents answered that they used nursing theories in their own practices. 5 (13%) the respondents replied that they did not utilize these theories. For the second question, 17 (45%) the respondents reported utilizing Dorothea Orem's Theory of Self-Care the most in their practice. 12 (32%) respondents reported using the Sister Callista Roy Theory of Adaptation. An equivalent number..."
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