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Rosemarie Rizzo Parse: Human Becoming Theory
Transcript of Rosemarie Rizzo Parse: Human Becoming Theory
Brittany Bius Rosemarie Rizzo Parse:
The Human Becoming Theory Yes... She is still alive! Rosemarie Rizzo Parse The Human Becoming Theory Quality of life as described by the person She graduate from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh Overview Received her master’s and doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh. Published her theory of nursing, Man-Living-Health in 1981 Editor and founder, Nursing Science Quarterly Has published eight books and hundreds of articles about Human Becoming Theory Professor and Niehoff chair at Loyola University The Human Becoming Theory was developed as a human science nursing theory and evolved into a school of thought.
First published in 1981 as the "Man-living-health" theory. The name was officially changed to "the Human Becoming Theory" in 1992 to remove the term "man," after the change in the dictionary definition of the word from its former meaning of "humankind."
An alternative to the medical and bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach.
Supports the view of the individual being an expert in ones own life Human becoming Theory Overview Taking a deeper look... The Human Becoming Theory has three elements
Transcendence The Three Elements Meaning
"Structuring meaning is the imaging and valuing of language" (Parse, 2007, p. 309).
HUMANS ATTACH MEANING TO EXPERIENCES Rhythmicity
"Configuring rhythmical patterns of relating is the revealing-concealing and enabling-limiting of connecting-separating" (Parse, 2007, p. 309).
Revealing and concealing
Enabling and limiting
connecting and seperating Transcendence
"Cotranscending with possibles is the powering and originating of transforming" (Parse, 2007, p. 309).
LEARNING THROUGH EXPERIENCES Elements of the Human Becoming Theory Be actively present for your patient
Be prompt and ready to listen
Allow reflection of past experiences and feelings
Be a witness to the patients health journey Application Rosemarie Rizzo Parse The black and white represents the difference in concepts of the human becoming theory from the other nursing theories. The color green represents hope. The joining in the center of the symbol represents the relationship of the nurse and the patient. The intertwining of the black and green represents the human and the universe relating to each other and how they continually affect one another. Symbol