Module 4 assignment i – team powerpoint

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 Team Presentation: Nursing Theory  


Identify the tenets and application of a nursing theory. Discuss the impact of the identified nursing theory on evidence-based practice. 

Your presentation should include the following:

– Identify the nurse theory selected.
– Provide an overview of the concepts of the nursing theory.
– Analyze the application of the selected nursing theory for evidence-based practice.
– Provide recommendations for application of selected nursing theory


Submission Instructions:

  • Presentation is original work and logically organized in current APA style.  Incorporate a minimum of 4   current (published within last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) within your work. 
  • Power point presentation with 8 -10 slides, excluding the tile slide and the reference slide.

Person centered care

Nursing Theory Concepts

Person-the recipient of nursing care, such as patients, families or communities

Environment-shifting the environment to change the patient’s health

Health-physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual all affect patient’s health

Nursing-using knowledge obtained through education and practice for effective nursing care

(Black, 2019)

Nursing theory assists nurses in making reasonable judgements based on evidence, plan appropriate nursing interventions, and appraise outcomes of those interventions.


What is person centered care?

Understanding each patient is a unique person, regardless of culture, religion or community

Building a trusting relationship between patient and provider

Shifting thought process from disease-centered to holistic centered care

Goal is to improve individual health, and therefore improve community health as well

Fix et al., (2018)

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Disease centered care only focuses on curing the disease, does not necessarily take into consideration the patient’s culture or preferences. Shifting to a more holistic approach improves patient outcome and adherence to medical recommendations


Why is person centered care important?

Autonomy means the patient can make decisions for themselves independently, with the information that has been given to them.


Honors the nursing ethical code of autonomy

Allows more personalized care

Reduces unnecessary procedures

Improves patient outcomes

Compliance will be increased if patient’s feel they had their input

Examples of Patient Centered Care

Allowing patient to choose food options

Inviting family members to participate in decision making if the patient wishes

Letting patient choose when the time is best for education to occur

Allow time for naps if needed

Environment Factors


The main source in a hospital is people

Patient may experience sensory overload from notices.

Soft pleasant background music can mask other sounds and promote relaxation

Reduce noise by :

Avoiding long conversation in the hallway

Encourage staff to speak in lowered voice

Avoiding jokes and laughter at the nurses station

Answering alarm on IV pumps and equipment promptly





• Do you enjoy taking part in discussions, intellectual conversations, debates, or other ways of gaining an enhanced understanding of issues?

Befriend people who can stimulate your mind, and get into a discussion with them about topics that interest you


Are you getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night

whenever possible?

• Are you avoiding exercise within a few hours

of bedtime, as well as “screen time”?

• Are you avoiding large meals before going

to bed?

• Try managing your routine to carve out time to rest and sleep, and cut back on caffeine.


Black, B. (2019). Professional nursing e-book: Concepts & challenges (9th ed.). Saunders.

Fix, G. M., VanDeusen Lukas, C., Bolton, R. E., Hill, J. N., Mueller, N., LaVela, S. L., & Bokhour, B. G. (2018). Patient-centred care is a way of doing things: How healthcare employees conceptualize patient-centred care. Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy, 21(1), 300–307.

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