Desarrollo de las teorías de rango medio para la maduración de la atención de enfermería en Colombia

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https://doi.org/10.5294/aqui.2021.21.4.6

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Teoría de enfermería, atención de enfermería, mejora, conocimiento, investigación, enfermería

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La teoría de enfermería ha venido evolucionando a partir de la década de 1960, desde los modelos conceptuales, pasando por el análisis de conceptos, hasta las teorías de rango medio. Las teorías de rango medio se desarrollan principalmente para realizar investigación cualitativa, enfocarse en los problemas del paciente, responder a las necesidades del paciente, identificar intervenciones y los patrones cambiantes de la atención al paciente. Estas teorías de rango medio se agrupan en varios patrones para brindar intervenciones válidas, coherentes y significativas. En este artículo, se presentan ejemplos de programas que han tenido un gran impacto en nuestra comprensión de la enfermería y el cuidado del paciente. Así, al desarrollar e implementar los hallazgos de las teorías de rango medio, la atención de enfermería madura y los estándares avanzan.

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2021-12-03

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Morse, J. (2021). Desarrollo de las teorías de rango medio para la maduración de la atención de enfermería en Colombia. Aquichan, 21(4), e2146. https://doi.org/10.5294/aqui.2021.21.4.6

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