Further ideas from Martha Rogers. Emphasis should be on developing self-awareness as a part of the patient's environmental energy field, as well as the dynamic role of the nurse pattern manifestation on the patient. Journal of Addiction Nursing, 9 4 , 146-155. Nursing Science Quarterly, 13, 196-203. The Catholic University of America.
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She received her nursing diploma from the Knoxville General Hospital School of Nursing in 1936, then earned her Public Health Nursing degree from George Peabody College in Tennessee in 1937. Kansas Nurse, 76 3 , 12. Science of unitary human beings. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 6, 51-55. Advances Nursing Science, 21 4 , 14-28. Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 2 , 458-A. Rogers: Her life and her work.
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These fields can not be divided or reduced and because there is no separation between the identified fields, they are considered as energy fields as opposed to having energy fields Rogers, as cited in Eschiti, 2004. Spirituality as integrality: A Rogerian perspective on the path of healing. Openness refers to the fact that the human and environmental fields are constantly exchanging their energies. Nursing Science Quarterly, 5, 35—42. She began college at the , studying pre-med 1931-1933 and withdrew due to pressure that medicine was an unsuitable career for a woman. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 54 5 , 553-562.
The unitary field pattern portrait research method: Facets, processes and findings. New York: National League for Nursing. Structuring the gap from conceptual systems to research design within a Rogerian world view. Dissertation Abstracts International, 54 5 , 1890-B. A conversation with Martha Rogers on nursing in space. The concept of environment is a patterned, pandimensional energy field where health is seen as an expression of the life process and the goal of nursing is to facilitate well being through intentional mutual patterning including environmental patterning to promote helicy, integrality and resonancy Fawcett, 1993. Magnetic field therapy: An exploration of its relation to pain and power in adults with chronic primary headache from a Rogerian perspective.
Nursing science and art: A prospective. Unitary knowing in nursing practice. Nursing Science Quarterly, 5 1 , 27- 32. Human patterning and chronic pain. A change of pattern and organization of the human and environmental fields is transmitted by waves. It provides a way to view people and the environment as irreducible wholes.
Doctoral Dissertation, New York University. Hope, power, and perception of self in individuals recovering from schizophrenia: A Rogerian science perspective Martha Rogers. An instrument to measure power as knowing participation in change. Rogers's Science of Unitary Human Beings addresses the importance of the environment as an integral part of the patient, and uses that knowledge to help nurses blend the science and art of nursing to ensure patients have a smooth recovery and can get back to the best health possible. The theory has been used in studying families with chronically ill children, families experiencing traumatic events, and families with members undergoing organ transplantation. Fawcett, personal communication, November 24, 2006.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, New York University, New York. Advances in Nursing Science, 7 3 , 32-40. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 2, 7—11. Contemporary science and nursing: Parallels with Rogers. Ritu was accompanied by her husband and 1 year old child. A person is also a unified whole, having its own distinct characteristics that can't be viewed by looking at, describing, or summarizing the parts.