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In her model of nursing, she explains that nursing is the practice of identification of a patient’s need for help through the observation of presenting behaviors and symptoms, exploration of the meaning of those symptoms with the patient, determining the cause of discomfort, and determining the patient’s ability to resolve the discomfort or if the patient has a need for help from the nurse or other health care professionals. The goal of nursing consists primarily of identifying a patient’s need for help.

The need for help is defined as “any measure desired by the patient that has the potential to restore or extend the ability to cope with various life situations that affect health and wellness.” Need-for-help must be based on the individual patient’s perception of his or her own situation.

Wiedenbach’s theory identifies the patient as “any individual who is receiving help of some kind, be it care, instruction or advice from a member of the health profession or from a worker in the field of health.” A patient is any person who has entered the healthcare system and is receiving help, which means he or she does not need to be ill. A person receiving health-related education would qualify as a patient.

In her model of nursing, she explains that nursing is the practice of identification of a patient’s need for help through the observation of presenting behaviors and symptoms, exploration of the meaning of those symptoms with the patient, determining the cause of discomfort, and determining the patient’s ability to resolve the discomfort or if the patient has a need for help from the nurse or other health care professionals. The goal of nursing consists primarily of identifying a patient’s need for help.

The need for help is defined as “any measure desired by the patient that has the potential to restore or extend the ability to cope with various life situations that affect health and wellness.” Need-for-help must be based on the individual patient’s perception of his or her own situation.

Wiedenbach’s theory identifies the patient as “any individual who is receiving help of some kind, be it care, instruction or advice from a member of the health profession or from a worker in the field of health.” A patient is any person who has entered the healthcare system and is receiving help, which means he or she does not need to be ill. A person receiving health-related education would qualify as a patient.

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  1. 1. ERNESTINE WEIDENBACH THE HELPING ART OF CLINICAL NURSING By: Rommel Luis C. Israel III
  2. 2. BIOGRAPHY AND CAREER 1909 Born in 1900 in Hamburg, Germany, and her family moved to New York in 1909. 1922 She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College in 1922 1925 Got her Registered Nurse’s license from the John Hopkins School of Nursing in 1925. 1934 She got her Masters of Arts from Teachers College, Columbia University in 1934. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing- theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php
  3. 3. BIOGRAPHY AND CAREER In 1946, Wiedenbach earned a certificate in nurse-midwifery from the Maternity Center Association School for Nurse- Midwives in New York, and taught there until 1951. In 1952, she joined the faculty of Yale University as an instructor in maternity nursing. She became an assistant professor of obstetric nursing in 1954. When the Yale School of Nursing established a master’s degree program, she became an associate professor and was the director of the major in maternal and newborn health nursing. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing- theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php
  4. 4. BIOGRAPHY AND CAREER Publications: Family-Centered Maternity Nursing (1958) Communication: Key To Effective Nursing (1982) Death: 1998 Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing- theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php
  5. 5. Contribution to Nursing: The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing She developed the conceptual model of nursing called “The Helping Art Of Clinical Nursing” which was influenced by the works of Ida Orlando Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing- theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php IDA JEAN ORLANDO “Deliberative Nursing Process”
  6. 6. The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing Nursing is the practice of identification of a patient’s need for help through: • the observation of presenting behaviors and symptoms, • exploration of the meaning of those symptoms with the patient, • determining the cause of discomfort, • determining the patient’s ability to resolve the discomfort (or if the patient has a need for help from the nurse or other health care professionals.) • Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php •
  7. 7. The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing The goal of nursing: It consists primarily of identifying a patient’s need for help. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing- theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php
  8. 8. The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing The need for help is defined as: • “any measure desired by the patient that has the potential to restore or extend the ability to cope with various life situations that affect health and wellness.” • Need-for-help must be based on the individual patient’s perception of his or her own situation. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php •
  9. 9. The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing Wiedenbach’s theory identifies the patient as: • “any individual who is receiving help of some kind, be it care, instruction or advice from a member of the health profession or from a worker in the field of health.” • A patient is any person who has entered the healthcare system and is receiving help, which means he or she does not need to be ill. A person receiving health- related education would qualify as a patient. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine- Wiedenbach.php •
  10. 10. The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing The theory identifies four main elements in clinical nursing: •a philosophy •a purpose •a practice, and •the art Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php •
  11. 11. The Nurse’s Philosophy • It is his or her attitude and belief about life, and how that affects reality for him or her. • The three essential components Wiedenbach associated with a nursing philosophy are: 1.reverence for life 2.respect for the dignity, worth, autonomy, and individuality of each human being 3.the resolution to act on personally and professionally held beliefs. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php •
  12. 12. The Nurse’s Purpose •It is that which the nurse wants to accomplish through her actions. •It encompasses all of the activities directed toward the overall good of the patient. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine- Wiedenbach.php •
  13. 13. The Practice of Nursing •It consists of the observable nursing actions affected by beliefs and feelings about meeting the patient’s need for help. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing- theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php •
  14. 14. The Art of Nursing • It includes understanding the patient’s needs, developing goals and actions intended to enhance the patient’s ability, and directing the activities related to the medical plan to improve the patient’s condition. • The nurse’s focus is also on the prevention of complications related to reoccurrence or the development of new concerns. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine-Wiedenbach.php •
  15. 15. Three Factors of Wiedenbach’s Prescriptive Theory • The central purpose which the practitioner recognizes as essential to the particular discipline. • The prescription for the fulfillment of the central purpose. • The realities in the immediate situation that influence the central purpose. Reference: Petiprin, A. (2020). Ernestine Wiedenbach. Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/nursing-theorists/Ernestine- Wiedenbach.php •
  16. 16. CLINICAL JUDGEMENT/SOUND JUDGEMENT • Wiedenbach explains that clinical judgment represents the nurse’s likeliness to make sound decisions, which are based on differentiating fact from assumption, and relating them to cause and effect. • Sound judgment is the result of disciplined functioning of mind and emotions, and improves with expanded knowledge, as well as increased clarity of professional purpose. Reference: Wiedenbach’s Helping Art of Clinical Nursing - Nursing Theory. (2019). Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/theories- and-models/wiedenbach-the-helping-art-of-clinical-nursing.php •
  17. 17. NURSING SKILLS • In the theory, nursing skills are carried out in order to achieve a specific patient-centered purpose rather than the completion of the skill itself being the end goal. • Skills are made up of a variety of actions, and are characterized by harmony of movement, precision, and the effective use of self. Reference: Wiedenbach’s Helping Art of Clinical Nursing - Nursing Theory. (2019). Nursing Theory. https://nursing-theory.org/theories-and- models/wiedenbach-the-helping-art-of-clinical-nursing.php •
  18. 18. THE HELPING ART OF CLINICAL NURSING: DEFINITION OF A PERSON • The person, whether a nurse or patient, has a unique potential to develop self-sustaining resources. • People tend to be independent and fulfill their own responsibilities. • In Wiedenbach’s theory, self- awareness and self-acceptance are essential to personal integrity and self- worth; whatever an individual does at any given moment is representative of the best judgment available for that person in that moment. Reference: Wiedenbach’s Helping Art of Clinical Nursing - Nursing Theory. (2019). Nursing Theory. https://nursing- theory.org/theories-and-models/wiedenbach-the-helping-art- of-clinical-nursing.php
  19. 19. CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICE  by influencing core concepts in practice, such as the nursing process,  by contributing to the goal of nursing, which is to attend to a patient's needs by assessing their need for help in the clinical setting • The helping art of nursing is seen in all nursing practice involving the individual, and it uses the basis of nursing practice, the basis being the nursing process. Reference: Ernestine Wiedenbach’s Contribution To the Development... | 123 Help Me. (n.d.). Www.123helpme.com. Retrieved November 18, 2022, from https://www.123helpme.com/essay/Ernestine-Wiedenbachs-Contribution-To-the-Development-of- 188806#:~:text=Ernestine%20Wiedenbach%27s%20theory%20has%20contributed%20to%20the%20development
  20. 20. THE NURSING PROCESS •It is a systematic problem- solving approach first applied by Orlando in 1961 •It involved four key steps which includes assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation Reference: Ernestine Wiedenbach’s Contribution To the Development... | 123 Help Me. (n.d.). Www.123helpme.com. Retrieved November 18, 2022, from https://www.123helpme.com/essay/Ernestine-Wiedenbachs- Contribution-To-the-Development-of- 188806#:~:text=Ernestine%20Wiedenbach%27s%20theory%20has%20contributed%20to%20the%20dev elopment •
  21. 21. ORLANDO’S THEORY AND WIEDENBACH THEORY they both follow the same care trajectory from initial observation and assessment to intervention and evaluation. Since these two theories follow the same trajectory, they can be applied in similar situations in clinical nursing practice. • Wiedenbach's process of identifying a patient's need for help can be applied when a nurse is directly providing care for a patient. Richard and Johnson (2007) used Wiedenbach's nursing theory to guide. Her theory is a guide to nursing practice, where the nurse identifies the needs of the patient and their need for help. Reference: Ernestine Wiedenbach’s Contribution To the Development... | 123 Help Me. (n.d.). Www.123helpme.com. Retrieved November 18, 2022, from https://www.123helpme.com/essay/Ernestine-Wiedenbachs-Contribution-To-the- Development-of- 188806#:~:text=Ernestine%20Wiedenbach%27s%20theory%20has%20contributed%20to%20 the%20development

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