Purpose: to further understand the interactions between nurse practitioners (nps) and patients, king's nursing theory of goal attainment was applied as the conceptual framework to describe the interactions between nps and patients in the primary care setting. The theory of goal attainment, presented by ms king, focuses on how client goals are attained through the transactions that occur between the client and nurse the concepts of personal system, social system, perception, communication, interaction, transaction, role, time, space, growth, and development she presents offers validation of the. Hildegard e peplau theory of interpersonal relations nursing involves interaction between two or more individuals with a common goal the attainment of this.
The theory of goal attainment speaks to the importance of interaction, perception, communication, transaction, self, role, stress, growth and development, time, and personal space king emphasizes that both the nurse and the client bring important knowledge and information to the relationship and that they work together to achieve goals. Excerpt from article review : imogene king's attainment theory king's attainment theory the thrust of imogene king's theory of goal attainment is a loosely-coupled partnership between the nurse and the patient that enables communication about the patient's condition, their health goals, and a plan of action to achieve the patient's goals. The study explores king's theory of goal attainment as part of the interaction theories, as well as its application and benefits to the field of nursing.
Nursing theorist group presentation imogene king king's theory of goal attainment in practice (1997) king's theory and its application retrieved from http. King (1981) introduced a theory of goal attainment, a middle-range theory derived from the conceptual system central concepts in the theory of goal attainment are. Imogene king's theory of goal attainment provides a schema for nurses interested in functional status however, the lack of a uniform definition for functional status has hindered development of a. King's goal attainment theory (client-centered theory) is indeed what we are practicing in the daily routine in the hospital and in any other clinical setting applying king's conce pt of man as a reactive being, thus, make this awareness to respond in the environment. Imogene king: theory of goal attainment 6 pages in length an individual's physical and/or emotional recovery is not left to happenstance or the sole responsibility of nurse practitioners rather, convalescence comes from the proactive efforts of both patient and caregiver, a synergistic interchange that thrives because of equal output.
Advancing king's systems framework and theory of nursing and envisions its future applications and development use of king's theory of goal attainment to. Imogene king the developer of the goal attainment theory is a nursing theorist, who was born in iowa (west point) on 30th january, 1923 in 1945, she graduated with a diploma in nursing from the st john's hospital of nursing, missouri and by 1948 she had graduated with a bachelor of science (nursing) by the st louis university. Imogene m king's theory of goal attainment by imogene king applications of king's theory of goal attainment by christina leibold sieloff, maureen frey, and mary killeen. Theory of goal attainment's application in clinic setting according to king (1996), the value of the theory is its applicability in any nursing situation basically, the goal of nursing is the attainment, maintenance or restoration of health to allow clients to achieve maximum potential for daily living (as cited in kozier et al, 1995. Chapter 9 king's conceptual system and theory of goal attainment in nursing practice mary gunther nurses are the key persons in the health care system who identify the goals and the means to help individuals and families attain goals.
King has interrelated the concepts of interaction, perception, communication, transaction, self, role, stress, growth and development, time, and space into a theory of goal attainment her theory deals with a nurse-client dyad, a relationship to which each person brings personal perceptions of self, role, and personal levels of growth and. Imogene martina king (january 30, 1923 - december 24, 2007) was one of the pioneers and most sought nursing theorists for her theory of goal attainment which was developed in the early 1960s her work is being taught to thousands of nursing students from all over the world and is implemented in a. King's theory of goal attainment defines nursing as process of action, reaction and interaction by which nurse and patient share information about their perception in nursing situation according to king, nursing's focus is on the care of the patient, and its goal is the health care of patients and groups of patients. This book provides a succinct overview of imogene king's theory which emphasizes client participation and mutual goal-setting and provides an interactive framework for nurses evans describes the origin of the theory and its underlying assumptions and provides examples for application. To further understand the interactions between nurse practitioners (nps) and patients, king's nursing theory of goal attainment was applied as the conceptual framework to describe the interactions between nps and patients in the primary care setting.
This paper imogene king theory of goal attainment critically analyses the theory, providing in-depth information about its concepts, paradigms, systems, and processes the paper has also provided an application of the theory for nurse administrators. Theory of goal attainment has been criticized for having limited application in areas of nursing in which patients are unable to interact competently with the nurse king maintained the broad use of the theory in most nursing situations. Applying king's model to case study using king's conceptual systems and theory of goal attainment in the care of kim, it is important to first understand the nursing process the first step in the nursing process would be for the nurse and kim and meet each other and interact (alligood & tomey, 2006, p189.
Adult obesity: application of orem, king, and pender's conceptual models status, and decision making king's theory of goal attainment, according to goodwin. Improving nursing practice through imogene king's theory of goal attainment explain 1 specific create a patient-nurse scenario ways the nursing conceptual model (king's theory of goal attainment) could be used to improve nursing practice elaborate , explain , or defend each bullet point. King's philosophical perspective, as both personal and derived from general system theory, and the theory of goal attainment with emphasis on interaction theory king' selected systems theory because it reflected perspectives of wholeness, rather than reductionism. Purpose: to further understand the interactions between nurse practitioners (nps) and patients, king's nursing theory of goal attainment was applied as the conceptual framework to describe the interactions between nps and patients in the primary care setting data sources: six dyads of nps and their.
Of the king's concepts from the theory of goal attainment for example, a 1998 study by messmer and her colleagues was based on king's concept of perception and its impor. Dr imogen king theory of goal attainment laura popescu goal attainment theory of king and its applications (2015, march 23) retrieved july 23, 2017, from.