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  1. The Caring Occasion Jean watson

  2. Watson Says… “ ” • A poignant human- to human interaction • “manifests within a healing consciousness” (pg. 411) • a Metaphysical Experience (Watson’s use of energy fields and transcendence) (George, 2002) ( www.shiftinaction.com, 2005)

  3. Associated Concepts Healing Consciousness Transpersonal Caring • Obtaining a certain method of thinking in the dynamics of transpersonal caring • The state of the nurse’s consciousness affects the energy fields of others • “The caring-healing process is connected with the other human(s) and the higher energy of the universe…” (Watson, 2008) • The deep connected quality of human-to-human interaction • The sharing of oneself (by both patient and nurse) in the healing process • Healing modalities that are rooted in intentionality and promote human dignity… (George, 2002)

  4. Associated Concepts The Ten Carative Factors The Postmodern Mindset • 1. Practice kindness, 2. presence, 3. transpersonal self, 4. helping-trusting function, 5. feeling expression (+ & -), 6.creative self, 7. teaching-learning function, 8. healing environment, 9. intentional care essentials, 10. existential dimension of life and death (Sitzman & Eischelberger, 2004) • Multiple truths • Physical and nonphysical phenomena • Relativity of time and space • Emerging artistry, spirit-metaphysical, holographic, etc. (George, 2002)

  5. How do we facilitate the “Caring Occasion”? • The nurse must bring to the table their unique life histories (Sitzman & Eischelberger, 2004). • Transpersonal caring behaviours, in accordance with the 10 Carative Factors • “Emotional catharsis and ‘intersubjective flow’” (Mullaney, 2000).

  6. Applying Theory to Practice

  7. The Watsonian Nurse

  8. Strengths

  9. Limitations

  10. Proposal (Google Images, 2008).

  11. References Bernick, L. (2004). Caring for older adults: Practice guided by Watson’s caring-healing model. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17(2), 128-134. Retrieved October 25, 2008 from CINAHL database. George, J. (2002). Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Mullaney, J. (2000). The lived experience of using Watson’s actual caring occasion to treat depressed women. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 18 (2), 129-142. Sitzman, K. and Eischelberger, L.W. (2004). Understanding the work of nurse theorists: A creative beginning. Detroit, MI: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Smith, M. (2004) Review of research related to Watson’s theory of caring. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17(1), 13-25. Retrieved October 25, 2008 from CINAHL database. Watson, J. (1999). Nursing: Human science and human care: A theory of nursing. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Watson, J. (2008). The Watson Caring Science Institute. Retrieved November 6, 2008, from http://www.watsoncaringscience.org/index.html