Wissensvermehrung durch konzeptentwicklung? das beispiel vergänglichkeit

Translated title of the contribution: The contibution of concept development to nursing knowledge? The example of transitoriness

Maya Shaha, Carol L. Cox, Marlene Zichi Cohen, Anne E. Belcher, Silvia Käppeli

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Abstract

To provide nursing practice with evidence, it is important to understand nursing phenomena in detail. Therefore, good descriptions including the identification of characteristics and attributes of nursing phenomena on various levels of abstraction, i. e., concepts, are needed. In this article the significance of concept development for nursing science will be demonstrated by drawing on the example of 'transitoriness'. The evolutionary concept analysis proposed by Rodgers (2000) is introduced in more detail. Drawing on transitoriness, the phenomenon is presented with the help of the evolutionary concept analysis by Rodgers (2000). The phenomenon?s characteristics and attributes are identified,as well as potential areas of application. Moreover, areas are outlined, in which interventions for nursing practice can be developed, implemented and evaluated. Thus, nursing practice is updated to include new findings and innovation. Through concept analysis nursing phenomena can be described in more detail, enhanced or broadened for use in nursing practice. Such structured processes as concept analysis can be employed successfully for other nursing phenomena. Concept analyses can lead to the identification of tasks for the respective scientific discipline and professionals. Thus, concept analyses can lead to the concretisation of tasks in nursing.

Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)361-372
Number of pages12
JournalPflege
Volume24
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011

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Keywords

  • Concept analysis
  • Evolutionary concept analysis
  • Transitoriness

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  • Nursing(all)

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Shaha, M., Cox, C. L., Cohen, M. Z., Belcher, A. E., & Käppeli, S. (2011). Wissensvermehrung durch konzeptentwicklung? das beispiel vergänglichkeit. Pflege, 24(6), 361-372. https://doi.org/10.1024/1012-5302/a000152

Wissensvermehrung durch konzeptentwicklung? das beispiel vergänglichkeit. / Shaha, Maya; Cox, Carol L.; Cohen, Marlene Zichi; Belcher, Anne E.; Käppeli, Silvia.

In: Pflege, Vol. 24, No. 6, 01.01.2011, p. 361-372.

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Shaha, M, Cox, CL, Cohen, MZ, Belcher, AE & Käppeli, S 2011, 'Wissensvermehrung durch konzeptentwicklung? das beispiel vergänglichkeit', Pflege, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 361-372. https://doi.org/10.1024/1012-5302/a000152
Shaha M, Cox CL, Cohen MZ, Belcher AE, Käppeli S. Wissensvermehrung durch konzeptentwicklung? das beispiel vergänglichkeit. Pflege. 2011 Jan 1;24(6):361-372. https://doi.org/10.1024/1012-5302/a000152
Shaha, Maya ; Cox, Carol L. ; Cohen, Marlene Zichi ; Belcher, Anne E. ; Käppeli, Silvia. / Wissensvermehrung durch konzeptentwicklung? das beispiel vergänglichkeit. In: Pflege. 2011 ; Vol. 24, No. 6. pp. 361-372.
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