FUNDAMENTAL PATTERNS OF KNOWING IN NURSING CARPER PDF

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Professionals define themselves in terms of what knowledge they possess and seek to acquire. Barbara Carper identified four fundamental patterns of knowing that form the conceptual and syntactical structure of nursing knowledge. These four patterns include: personal, empirical, ethical, and aesthetic knowing. This type of knowledge comes to us through the process of observation, reflection, and self-actualization.

When you began to study nursing, what knowledge did you possess? Consider what you have learned since—in your personal life, in school, and through practice. This knowledge is systematically organized into general laws and theories.

One of the ways we employ this knowledge is through the use of evidenced-based practice EBP. Can you relate how study findings have changed your nursing practice? For nurses, our personal ethics is based on our obligation to protect and respect human life.

Our deliberate personal actions are guided by ethical knowing. Can you think of an occasion that you needed to make an ethical decision? If you are like many practicing nurses, you make several every single day. How did you come to that discovery? The practice of nursing is a holistic, human discipline. The ways of knowing allow us to understand ourselves and nursing practice at a much deeper level; to appreciate nursing as both an art and a science.

Consider how the ways of knowing can assist you in being a better person, a better student, and a better nurse. American Nurses Association. Code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements. Silver Spring, MD: Author. Chinn, P. Knowledge development in nursing theory and process 9 th ed. Louis, MI: Elsevier. Carper, B. Fundamental patterns of knowing in nursing.

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Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing

Professionals define themselves in terms of what knowledge they possess and seek to acquire. Barbara Carper identified four fundamental patterns of knowing that form the conceptual and syntactical structure of nursing knowledge. These four patterns include: personal, empirical, ethical, and aesthetic knowing. This type of knowledge comes to us through the process of observation, reflection, and self-actualization.

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The core issue in nursing is man within his entirety. Method and material: In this paper the four patterns of knowing according to Carper will be analysed. According to these patterns, a description of the meaning and strategies of " knowing the patient will be made. Finally the significance and value of it will be discussed, with specific referance to: skilled clinical judgement, involvement, patient advocacy, and clinical learning about larger populations. Patterns of responses are essential components for problem solving.

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