Identify a different nursing theory that applies to this topic and explain how theory affects your individualized assessment, targeted intervention, and measurable specific outcomes.

Topic: The effectiveness of meditation to prevent burnout and stress among nurses.

Identify a different nursing theory that applies to this topic and explain how theory affects your individualized assessment, targeted intervention, and measurable specific outcomes. At least 2 grand theories (e.g., Neuman, Johnson, King, Roy, Rogers, etc.) and 3 middle-range nursing theories (e.g., Benner, Pender, Leininger, Mishel, etc.) must be selected. Use the discussion board to state your selected theory ahead of time.

Need two references for each post that are in correct APA 7th edition format.

1- One primary article or book that was written by the theorist and describes the theory.

2- One current primary research article that supports the intervention you describe to address the topic.

For the initial posting, students need to include:

Purpose of the theory, major concepts and relationship statements, and usefulness.

Describe the major concepts and relationship statements between concepts applicable to your group topic. Provide a succinct description of the theory (Prefer less than 1000 words).

Include conceptual and operational definitions and specific linkages of concepts that are applicable to the relationship statements/propositions you plan to apply to your group’s selected topic. One or two relationship statements suffice. If the definitions of concepts are not provided or relationship statements not specifically stated by the theorist state this.

Make sure the relationship statements and major concepts of your theory are paraphrased in your own words.

Describe specifically how your intervention fits with the theory guiding your intervention.

How will you specifically measure the specific theory concepts and assess if the planned intervention worked?

 

Identify a different nursing theory that applies to this topic and explain how theory affects your individualized assessment, targeted intervention, and measurable specific outcomes.