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The Theory of Humanbecoming: Rosemarie Parse

NUR102 (Group Presentation)
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Celeste M.

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of The Theory of Humanbecoming: Rosemarie Parse

The Theory of Humanbecoming
Discussion
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS:

THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
Meaning
Imaging
Valuing
Languaging
Rhythmicity
Revealing-Concealing
Enabling-Limiting
Connecting-Separating
Transcendence
Powering
Originating
Transforming
Case Scenario: Insite
VIDEO: http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/Shows/the+fifth+estate/ID/1368456847/?page=15

By: Sara Berzi, Olivia Fairclough, Liat Lankelevic, Jessica Lalic & Celeste MaGill
1.
It
prevents
people from
transmitting infectious diseases.

2.
It provides the opportunity to
form relationships
and
encourage marginalized people to access health care services
, including primary care and addiction treatment.

3.
It brings
stability to the community
by
improving public order
and
reducing the number of injections taking place on the street.

4.
It
stabilizes people's health.
Why does Insite provide services in the neighborhood?
Opened September 22, 2003
Place where individuals can inject drugs & connect to health care services
Operates on harm reduction model - allows nurses to work with individual without restricting their drug use
Nurses provide care on basis of need & develop trusting relationships
Nurses do not judge individuals while caring for them, respecting their humanity & worth
All About Parse
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse was educated at the
Duquesne University
in Pittsburgh
Received a
masters and doctorate
from the University of Pittsburgh
The founder of
the theory of human becoming
She focuses on the
lived experiences of health and human becoming
; the
lived experiences of human beings
and their
situated freedom and participation in life
Is
editor and founder
of
Nursing Science Quarterly

Reference: Book
The human becoming theory is
rooted in human science proposed by Dilthey
Influenced by Martha Rogers principles of unitary human beings: that
humans are indivisible, unpredictable, ever-changing, and recognized by patterns
It is
focused on human lived experience
Parse believes that
humans are intentional
: in our
purpose and how we choose directions
and ways of
thinking
and
acting toward projects and other people
Parse's Theory
Tying it to the Theory Tableau
Activity #1:
PRO & CON - What are your thoughts?
Activity #2 (If time):
1.
How does Insite promote people to find their own quality of life?
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2.
How could you relate the theory of Humanbecoming to your own life?
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