The utilization of nursing theory as a framework in research is essential to knowledge development, and promotes theory—based nursing practice. Grounding nursing research in a theoretical framework facilitates a better understanding of human experiences with health and illness within the healthcare system. Over the past 50 years, the Roy Adaptation Model RAM has been used to guide interdisciplinary education, knowledge development, practice, and research. AN is a severe psychiatric disorder with high mortality and suicide rates.
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Roy's Adaptation Model of Nursing
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Roy’s Adaptation Model
Roy born October 14, is a nursing theorist, profession, and author. She is known for her groundbreaking work in creating the Adaptation Model of Nursing. Johnson to develop a conceptual model for nursing. Roy worked as a pediatric nurse and noticed a great resiliency of children and their ability to adapt in response to major physical and psychological changes. Impressed by this adaptation, Roy worked towards an appropriate conceptual framework for nursing. She developed the basic concepts of the model while she was a graduate student at the University of California from to
Roy Adaptation Model
Roy sees the environment as "all conditions, circumstances and influences that surround and affect the development and behaviour of the person". Roy employs a six-step nursing process: assessment of behaviour; assessment of stimuli; nursing diagnosis; goal setting; intervention and evaluation. This behaviour is compared with norms and is deemed either adaptive or ineffective. The second step is concerned with factors that influence behaviour. Stimuli are classified as focal, contextual or residual.