Theories at work
Theories at work [videorecording] / National League for Nursing ; writer, host, Patricia Moccia ; co-writer, producer, director, Lisa Moss.
New York : Distributed by Insight Media, c1989.
1 videodisc (45 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Narrator, Lisa Moss.
Patricia Moccia, host, with Dorothy L. Powell, Bernadine M. Lacey, Sunny Sutton, Maria K. Mitchell, Jean Watson and Janet L. Quinn.
- System details
The latest theories of excellence and effectiveness in nursing are focusing on a more holistic approach, a more caring, humanistic relationship between nurse and client, and a greater effort to encourage empowerment among clients so that they can take greater responsibility for their own health and become more involved in solving the problems of their communities. In this film a group of nursing specialists discuss how these new theories can best help the nurse providing direct care. Host Patricia Moccia talks with Dorothy L. Powell and Bernadine M. Lacey about the problems of providing nursing care to the homeless ; with Sunny Sutton and Maria K. Mitchell about quality home nursing care for the elderly ; and with Jean Watson of the Center for Human Caring and Janet L. Quinn about the special types of care needed by groups of clients such as people with AIDS.
This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives.
Presentation is preceded by a bibliography of related videos and publications available from the National League for Nursing.
- Subject headings
Nursing--Research--Moral and ethical aspects.
Community health nursing.
- Other contributors
National League for Nursing.
Insight Media (Firm)