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Myra Levine's Conservation Theory

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Transcript of Myra Levine's Conservation Theory

Theorist - Myra Estrine Levine
Born in Chicago, Illinois
Diploma in nursing:-Cook County SON, Chicago, 1944
BSN:-University of Chicago,1949
MSN:-Wayne State University, Detroit, 1962
Publication:- An Introduction to Clinical Nursing, 1969, 1973 & 1989
Received honorary doctorate from Loyola University in 1992
Civilian Nurse at the Gardiner General Hospital
Died in 1996
Myra Estrine Levine
Four Conservation Principles
1.
Conservation of energy
:
Balancing energy input and output to avoid excessive fatigue.
Four Conservation Principles
2.
Conservation of Structural Intergrity:
Maintaining or restoring the structure of body preventing physical breakdown and promoting healing.
Levine's Theory
"Ethical behavior is not the display of one's moral rectitude in times of crisis, it is the day-to-day expression of one's commitment to other persons and the ways in which human beings relate to one another in their daily interactions." - Levine, Myra (1972)
Conservation Theory
Myra Levine's

(1920-1996)
Four Conservation Principles
3.
Conservation of Personal Intergrity:
Recognizes the individual as one who strives for recognition, respect, self awareness, selfhood and self determination.
Four Conservation Principles
4.
Conservation of Social Integrity
:
Maintaining or restoring the structure of body preventing physical breakdown and promoting healing.
What does holistic patient care means to you?
What does holistic patient care means to you?
Reference
Nursing Theories Nursing A Companion to Nursing Theories and Models. (2013). Retrieved from http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/Levin_four_conversation_principles.html
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