Toward a Nursing Theory of Compassion Energy
Dorothy J. Dunn, PhD, School of Nursing, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA
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To care compassionately is thought to be inherent in nursing practice. There is an energy field experienced as vigor that is created within patient suffering and nurse's compassion. Nurses who self-generate vigor as compassion energy find meaning in caring for others.
44th Biennial Convention 2017 Theme: Influence Through Action: Advancing Global Health, Nursing, and Midwifery.
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Will a self-compassion intervention improve rural caregivers of persons with early-stage dementia quality of life? Dunn, Dorothy J.; McCarthy, Michael J.; Garcia, Yolanda E.This descriptive quantitative intervention study is to determine if there is a relationship between self-compassion, increase in caregiver knowledge of dementia care, and improvement of quality of life. Rural caregivers ...
Guiding North America Region 2 Members Into the 43rd Biennium Dunn, Dorothy J. (2015-01-15)Session presented on Thursday, September 25, 2014, and Wednesday, September 24, 2014: Guiding North America Region 2 Members into the 43rd Biennium. Abstract: The 42nd Biennial Convention meeting of Region 2 members was ...
Compassion fatigue, resilience, and intent to stay: A quantitative study among nurse educators Ulmen, Brenda FayCompassion fatigue is impacting the personal and professional well being of nurse educators. Important for nurse educator health and overall student success, nursing leaders have a responsibility to raise awareness, identify ...
Implementation of rheumatoid arthritis assessment tool: A quality improvement project Mooroian-Pennington, Christina; Dunn, Dorothy J. (2016-10-07)Objective. Rheumatoid arthritis is a common inflammatory arthritis resulting in joint destruction that leads to physical and functional disability. This condition is characterized by variable disease activity ...
Impact of teaching breathing techniques on patient health outcomes: A systematic review Rickard, Kathleen Benjamin; Reich, Jennifer; Dunn, Dorothy J. (2014-05-01)The United States has some of the most expensive health care world wide, with an increase in chronic illness, poorer outcomes, and fragmentation of care. Patients seek integrative or alternative methods of care in ...