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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Editorial: "Living dolls and nurses without empathy" mapped to Hodges' model

The example of Hodges' model displayed below is based upon selected concepts and themes taken from the following editorial:

Dean, S., Williams, C. and Balnaves, M. (2016), Living dolls and nurses without empathy. Journal of Advanced Nursing. doi: 10.1111/jan.12891

individual
|
INTERPERSONAL : SCIENCES
humanistic ---------------------------------------  mechanistic
SOCIOLOGY : POLITICAL
|
group

'nursing'

empathy - individual ability/quality

'the patient'

patient anxiety:
 emotional - psychological state

reflection
interpersonal skills

compassion - PURPOSE
individual values
hearing the person

artificial intelligence
'nursing'

PROCESS
(nurse-based observation skills)

simulation technology - 'living doll'

'the patient' in bed

(simulated) physiological data

cardiac event - crushing chest pain

voice-over technology

-TECHNICAL (machine)

objectivity


'nursing'

communication skills

experience
PRACTICE
public perception

SOCIO-

subjectivity


'nursing'

nursing programmes - education

litigation

cost of placements

professional values

safety
POLICY


Some further questions:
Where would you place holistic care?
Where does atomism lie?
In the above model where is situational awareness and how do we recognise an integrated approach?

My source: Trisha Greenhalgh
@trishgreenhalgh

There is no endorsement intended with this post. 

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