Levine Conservation Model

  1. 0 Hi,

    I am doing a Nursing Theory presentation on Levine's Conservation Model and I am having trouble locating an actual pictorial model depicting her assumptions/concepts. Anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks in advance,
    Paula
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    From 'Ma'; Joined May '02; Posts: 185; Likes: 3.

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  4. Visit  hsorense profile page
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    I am also working on a presentation of Levine's model. If someone sends you a pictorial will you send it to me also?
    heather.sorensen@bryanlgh.org
  5. Visit  oracles04 profile page
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    levine's theory sources is quite very limited. If anybody can provide information on levine's theory and its application, I would appreciate it very much, much very much if it is soon enough.
  6. Visit  papawjohn profile page
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    turned up Martsolf & Mickley (authors)
    Journal of Advanced Nursing
    Vol 27
    Number 2
    Feb 1998

    Papaw John
  7. Visit  oracles04 profile page
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    Thank you Papawjohn. It makes a useful alternative source when the refence on a subject is readily available online.
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    Hey Y'all

    Ol' country fellow here that kinda likes to philosophise. Have a BA in LiberalArts from long ago era, but was one of those ADN grads who were taught to be "technical nurses". In fact, that suited me then and still suits me now. So never gave a "philosophy" of Nursing much thought. Recently used the analogy (in an email) "like expecting a WalMart sales clerk to take Economics 101".

    But got interested in this thread (and a similar one about 'presentation' of a particular 'caring theory' and would pass on a couple of websites:

    www,valdosta.edu/nursing/history_theory

    www.sandiego.edu/nursing/theory

    My contribution is that 'caring' is built into our DNA. Unescapable. When paleotologists dig the bones of our ancestors they use words like "hominoid" to describe them. Until they find the healed bones and permanent orthopedic injuries in those bones that indicate that one individual was 'nursed' back to health and/or 'nurtured' through life by others. Then they say "human".

    I care therefore I am.

    Papaw John
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    Quote from papawjohn
    Hey Y'all

    Ol' country fellow here that kinda likes to philosophise. Have a BA in LiberalArts from long ago era, but was one of those ADN grads who were taught to be "technical nurses". In fact, that suited me then and still suits me now. So never gave a "philosophy" of Nursing much thought. Recently used the analogy (in an email) "like expecting a WalMart sales clerk to take Economics 101".
    But got interested in this thread (and a similar one about 'presentation' of a particular 'caring theory' and would pass on a couple of websites:
    www,valdosta.edu/nursing/history_theory
    www.sandiego.edu/nursing/theory
    My contribution is that 'caring' is built into our DNA. Unescapable. When paleotologists dig the bones of our ancestors they use words like "hominoid" to describe them. Until they find the healed bones and permanent orthopedic injuries in those bones that indicate that one individual was 'nursed' back to health and/or 'nurtured' through life by others. Then they say "human".
    I care therefore I am.
    Papaw John
    Great post. I am happy to meet you, Papaw John.

    llg ... (nurse philosopher -- but with a practical, no-nonsense bent)


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