WEEK 4- DISCUSSION QUESTIONS- NURSING THEORIES
Please answer both questions separately.
DQ #1 (275 words)- Compare and contrast two nursing theories. How do they differ based on their intent, scope, and goals? Which one might be more relevant to your future role, and why?
(please compare the following selected theories: Kurt lewin’s Change Theory and Emergent Theory)
My future role will be Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner
Kongsuwan, W. (2020) Development of the Emergent Theory of Aesthetic Nursing Practice (AesNURP). Health, 12, 764-780. doi: 10.4236/health.2020.127056.
Please find another scholarly peer reviewed source that’s no later than 5yrs ago can use same sources to answer question #2
DQ #2 (275 words) – In relation to the 2 theories listed in question 1 and – Describe how they relate to patient care. How could you use them for inciting behavioral changes? Discuss the pros and cons of applying each theory and how they could be integrated into your future practice. Are there any particular ethical issues related to the integration of these theories that should be considered? (remember my future practice is to be an Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner).
References x2: (can use same sources used for question 1.)
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