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Betty Neuman 1989

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The video features speakers reflecting on their family history, educational journey, and experiences in nursing. Dr. Newman discusses the Newman systems model's development and impact on nursing, emphasizing a holistic approach. The model promotes interdisciplinary collaboration, improves patient outcomes, and is adaptable to various settings. It guides nursing education programs, research, and clinical practice. The speakers express gratitude for the model's influence on personal and professional growth, highlighting the importance of client participation in goal setting and assessment for positive outcomes. The video ends with acknowledgment and gratitude towards a leader for their leadership of the Newman systems model.

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Speaker reflects on family history and upbringing.
Great grandparents were a Wi Dot Indian and Civil War veteran, grandmother was a midwife.
Fond memories of family gatherings, playing music, and working on the farm with siblings.
Values of responsibility, creativity, and self-reliance were instilled during upbringing.
Educational journey from one-room schoolhouse to graduating from Marietta High School with active involvement in various activities.
Speaker's experience in the Cadet Nurse Corp during WWII.
Training involved strict rules and responsibilities, including mixing penicillum at a hospital.
Worked as a nurse in Los Angeles after the war, gaining clinical experiences.
Daughter Nancy excelled academically and professionally, becoming a licensed marriage and family counselor, actress, and pursuing a doctoral degree.
Speaker completed graduate school and developed a community mental health program for postgraduate students in Los Angeles.
Development of the Newman systems model.
The model was created in 1970 as a teaching tool for graduate students to understand client variables.
Initially designed to integrate learning experiences from faculty lectures.
Refinements made over time, including an assessment intervention tool in the 1974 book.
Further adaptations in the 1982 book for easier use in nursing education and practice.
The importance of adding a spiritual component to the Newman systems model.
The identification of the created environment as a crucial factor in the model.
The influence of systems theory and theorists like Hans Celia on the evolution of the Newman systems model.
The impact of the Newman systems model on nursing by promoting a holistic approach and systems perspective.
Contribution to a trend towards systems and holism in nursing literature.
The Newman systems model in nursing promotes interdisciplinary cooperation and enhances patient care.
The model is widely used in nursing research and clinical practice, guiding interventions and improving patient outcomes.
Students and practitioners find the model helpful in understanding client needs and guiding interactions.
Despite its benefits, concerns about role differentiation and challenges in interdisciplinary collaboration exist.
Overview of the Newman systems model in nursing education.
The model can be applied to individuals, families, and communities, with a focus on faculty expertise and specific areas.
Schools use the model's variables and preventionist intervention format in curriculum construction.
Implementation styles vary by country, influenced by faculty expertise and geographic requirements.
The model can guide nursing practice management, with more details to be found in a new book.
Application of components in practice settings and assessment tool by Jean Kelly.
Focusing on explicating the concept of Health for the model and long-range plans with Newman systems model trustee group.
Model's researchability and application to nursing research, emphasizing optimal client stability theory.
Need for more time to focus on personal interests and primary prevention for quality life ahead.
Speaker expresses gratitude to students for challenging and influencing their thinking in personal and professional growth.
Thanking students and others for teaching valuable lessons, emphasizing the importance of structure and guidance in their career.
Discussing a model that provides direction and guidelines for nursing activities, focusing on environmental factors and holistic care.
Valuing client autonomy in determining their health care and emphasizing the interdependency level of client care.
Importance of client participation in goal setting and assessment.
Nurses need to maintain stability through data analysis and interventions.
Theory of optimal client stability aids in promoting stability and effective intervention.
Understanding the comprehensive nature of data is crucial for appropriate interventions based on client's condition.
Acknowledgment and Gratitude towards Leader of Newman Systems Model.
Leader appreciated for their leadership and contribution to the model.
Leader will be missed after giving up position, but their spirit will always be present.
Thankfulness expressed towards leader and all nurses for their work and dedication.