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Lydia E. Hall - Care, Core, Cure Theorist Presentation
Transcript of Lydia E. Hall - Care, Core, Cure Theorist Presentation
Application of Care, Core, & Cure in Nursing
Based on the theory that nursing
care can and does significantly aid in the patient’s recovery
Recommendation of References
Use in cardiac rehabilitation in patients with congestive heart failure.
Use in Geriatric assessment to assess the level of functioning in all aspects of his/her being and the patient’s support system.
Born in New York City September 21, 1906
Graduated 1927 - York Hospital School of Nursing in Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Science in 1937 & Master of Arts in 1942 from Teachers College, Columbia University
Died February 27, 1969 of heart disease in Queens Hospital of New York
Lydia E. Hall
Worked with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York 1941-1947
Fordham Hospital School of Nursing faculty 1947-1950
Faculty position at Teachers College
Involved in U.S. Health Service research activities
Provided volunteer service to New York Board of Education, Youth Aid, & other community associations
Received the Teachers College Nursing Alumni Award in 1967
Established the Loeb Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation at Montefiore Hospital in Bronx, New York.
Provided direct care to patients and coordinated needed services.
Practice model was validated over a 5 year-time with a reduction in hospital readmission.
Care, Core, & Cure
Three aspects of the person as patient: person, body, and disease.
The focus of nursing is the provision of intimate bodily care, which is divided between the three aspects.
Nursing is a professional interpersonal process.
Harry Stack Sullivan - interpersonal behavior
John Dewey - teaching and learning
Carl Rogers - communication
Hans Selye - organ system relationships with stress
Care, Core, Cure
Patient is 16 years of age or older and past the acute stage of a long-term illness.
Patient is the source of energy and motivation for healing.
Health is inferred as a state of self-awareness with conscious selection of behaviors that are optimal for that individual.
The concept of society/environment is dealt with in relation to the individual and providing an environment that is conducive to self-development.
The patient holds the motivation and energy necessary for healing.
The three aspects of nursing should be viewed as interrelated.
The three aspects interact-- the circles change based on the patient’s progress.
Strengths & Weaknesses
Unique to Hall and not influenced by her contemporaries.
Completely and simply logical.
Lack of rigidity may not be usable with nurses unprepared for minimal structure.
Self-imposed age and illness requirements limit the generalization to all nursing.
Geriatric Assessment Tool: An Application of Core, Care and Cure Model
Gordon, et. al, 2010, pg. 56-57
Gonzalo, 2011 & Gordon et. al, 2010, pg. 56-57
Hutchinson & Donaldson, 2006
Gordon et al., 2010, pg. 60
Wiggins, 1980, pg. 11
Gonzalo, 2011 & Gordon et. al, 2010, pg 57
Pokorny, 2010, pg. 61 & Cosejo-Oloresisimo, 2012