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In the 15 years since the introduction of Barrett's theory of power as knowing participation in change and its accompanying measurement instrument, a rapidly growing number of research studies have been conducted using the theory and instrument. This article presents a critical review of this...
Based on 15 years of research using the Power as Knowing Participation in Change Tool, the authors summarize tool development, including reliability and validity, and discuss specific methodological issues and insights. These include clarity of instructions and complexity of language used in the...
This article presents a theoretical model derived from the Roy adaptation model and the findings of an empirical verification of this model from five studies. Four groups of subjects were included in the studies: informal caregivers of demented relatives at home, informal caregivers of...
Using a descriptive evaluation research method, this study evaluated Parse's theory of human becoming in practice in the psychiatric setting. A premidpost-implementation design served to generate qualitative data from nurses, patients, unit nurse managers, hospital nurse supervisors, and nurse...
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