Using the Roy Adaptation Model to Guide Research and/or Practice: Construction of Conceptual-Theoretical-Empirical Systems of Knowledge

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  • Jacqueline Fawcett University of Massachusetts

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Roy Adaptation Model, research, practice, nursing. (Source, DeCs, BIREME).

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This paper presents an explanation of a three-step process for the use of a conceptual model to guide nursing research and/or practice. Step 1 involves learning the content of the conceptual model and its research and practice guidelines. Step 2 requires a review of literature about the use of the model as a basis for research or practice. Step 3 focuses on construction and communication of a conceptual-theoretical-empirical structure for diverse research topics and practice situations. Emphasis is placed on application of the process to one conceptual model of nursing: the Roy Adaptation Model.

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Jacqueline Fawcett, University of Massachusetts

Professor, College of Nursing and Health Sciences. University of Massachusetts. Boston, USA. jacqueline.fawcett@umb.edu

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Fawcett, J. (2010). Using the Roy Adaptation Model to Guide Research and/or Practice: Construction of Conceptual-Theoretical-Empirical Systems of Knowledge. Aquichan, 9(3). Recuperado a partir de https://aquichan.unisabana.edu.co/index.php/aquichan/article/view/1527

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