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Joan Riehl- Sisca : The Riehl Interaction Model
Transcript of Joan Riehl- Sisca : The Riehl Interaction Model
The model allows for comprehensive care of the client. It is based on symbolic interaction
The nurse must observe all nonverbal communication or symbols such as grimaces of pain without a verbal complaint
Symbols allow for an insight into values and ways of acting. They are often not isolated but emerge in complex clusters.
5 Philosophical Premises
Presence of a Society
network of interacting individuals who share cultures, meanings, and values
takes place in stages as a developing infant
occurs in the general culture, within subcultures
may be subtle: of cultural expectations, personal meaning, and values
The nurses uses the sense of self in interpersonal interaction to assist the client in defining the situation
The nurse must assess and interpret the patient's action and then makes prediction's based on the client's behavior
The structure allows a functional relationship and utilizes physiological, sociocultural, situational, psychological, and environmental aspects
Examples of the Riehl Interaction Model are the self concept of:
a woman needing a mastectomy
a child with diabetes
The nurse may interact with the Client using FANCAP in order to gauge his or her wellness level.
The assessment tool is FANCAP
"" Experience without theory is blind but theory without experience is mere intellectual play""
Riehl was born in Davenport, Iowa but grew up in Chicago suburbs.
Riehl attended the University of Illinois where she attained her BSN
The nurse must examine symbolic solutions or actions and assess the advantages and disadvantages according to the values of the client and individual
The nurse and patient must have an exchange of information that the nurse can use to improve the physical and mental health of the patient
University of Illinois
Walker, Patricia Hinton and Neuman, Betty M. Blueprint for Use of Nursing Models: Education, Research, Practice, and Administration. Jones & Bartlett Learning
Riehl also published books like "Conceptual Models for Nursing Practice" with Sister Callista Roy