The Prince Edward Island conceptual model for nursing
|Title||The Prince Edward Island conceptual model for nursing: a nursing perspective of primary health care|
|Author(s)||M. Munro, M. Gallant, M. MacKinnon, G. Dell, Rosemary Herbert, G. MacNutt, Mary Jean McCarthy, Donna A. Murnaghan, K. Robertson|
|Journal||Canadian Journal of Nursing Research|
|Abstract||The philosophy of primary health care (PHC) recognizes that health is a product of individual, social, economic, and political factors and that people have a right and a duty, individually and collectively, to participate in the course of their own health. The majority of nursing models cast the client in a dependent role and do not conceptualize health in a social, economic, and political context. The Prince Edward Island Conceptual Model for Nursing is congruent with the international move towards PHC. It guides the nurse in practising in the social and political environment in which nursing and health care take place. This model features a nurse/client partnership, the goal being to encourage clients to act on their own behalf. The conceptualization of the environment as the collective influence of the determinants of health gives both nurse and client a prominent position in the sociopolitical arena of health and health care.|
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