Conceptual models of nursing: Application to critical care nursing practice

J. Fawcett, F.P. Cariello, D.A. Davis, J. Farley, D.M. Zimmaro, R.J. Watts, Donna Z Bliss

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Abstract

This article describes three frames of reference to assist you in assessment and decision-making with critical care patients. The authors show how three different conceptual models can be applied in critical care and suggest how to select the best model for your critical care practice.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)202-218
JournalDimensions in Critical Care Nursing
Volume6
StatePublished - 1987

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    Fawcett, J., Cariello, F. P., Davis, D. A., Farley, J., Zimmaro, D. M., Watts, R. J., & Bliss, D. Z. (1987). Conceptual models of nursing: Application to critical care nursing practice. Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing, 6, 202-218.