Imogene king's model of goal attainment, while developed as a conceptual framework in 1960s, is still a viable concept for nurse educators (king, 1981 x king, 1981 king, im a theory for nursing: systems, concepts, process. In the focus of nursing care in hall’s concepts, the individual must pass an acute stage of illness for you to successfully apply her theory therefore, this theory relates only to those who are ill. King’s conceptual system and theory of goal attainment were “based on an overall assumption that the focus of nursing is human beings interacting with their environment, leading to a state of health for individuals, which is an ability to function in social roles.
Introduction king’s theory offers insight into nurses’ interactions with individuals and groups within the environment it highlights the importance of client’s participation in decision that influences care and focuses on both the process of nurse-client interaction and the outcomes of care. Imogene king's theory of goal attainment focuses on this process to aid nurses in the nurse-patient relationship, helping their patients meet the goals they set for their health nursing education based on king’s guidelines, the focus of a nursing curriculum must be the dynamic nurse-client interaction. The king theory of nursing was developed by imogene king and encompasses a conceptual framework of interacting systems (personal, interpersonal, and social systems), and a theory of goal attainment based on king's transaction process model.
• king's theory of goal attainment provides a framework to assist current students • the use of technological and communication devices is a discourse for students and educators • nurse educators will need to mentor millennial students as new pioneers in practice. Abstract imogene king is a nursing theorist who has made significant contributions to the development of nursing knowledge this paper gives an overview of king's conceptual framework and theory of goal attainment and applies the theory to emergency and rural nursing. The importance of king’s theory and practical application of that theory is displayed imogene king was not only involved in nursing for 60 years, but she was a leader in nursing right from her start in the diploma program at st john’s hospital school of nursing, st louis, missouri. Imogene king: dr imogene king was one of the leading nursing theorists of the 20th century her systems theory and corresponding goal attainment theory have been used in almost all nursing texts and form the framework for many nursing programs. King’s theory of goal attainment does describe a logical sequence of events for the most part, concepts are clearly defined although the presentation appears to be complex, king’s theory of goal attainment is relatively simple.
Conclusions: king's theory was applicable to describe np practice king's concepts and processes of nurse-patient interactions, such as disturbances, mutual goal setting, and transactions, were observed in np-patient interactions. The theory of goal attainment was developed by imogene king in the early 1960s it describes a dynamic, interpersonal relationship in which a patient grows and develops to attain certain life goals. 1 imogene king king’s conceptual system & theory of goal attainment brandon rachal imogene king first to develop nursing framework and a nursing theory related to. In this analysis, imogene king’s theory of goal attainment will be interpreted to demonstrate the importance of nursing theory, not only in an academic milieu but also in practice the key concepts of king’s theory will be explained and applied to nursing’s metaparadigm to demonstrate congruity. Application of nursing theory 2 application of nursing theory: imogene king’s theory of goal attainment nursing contains an endless array of options for a nurse to pursue to understand and compliment nursing practice, theory should be applied to nursing practice.
Imogene king's theory of goal attainment and systems theory have described the significance of the family as a social entity in the development of the society these theories contrast in the mode of application to the basic family unit. Application of imogene king’s theory of goal attainment objectives • to assess the patient condition by the various methods explained by the nursing theory • to identify the needs of the patient • to demonstrate an effective communication and interaction with the patient • to select a theory for the application according to the need of the patient • to apply the theory to solve. Imogene king s theory of goal attainment whittney p kite east tennessee state university 2 theory of goal attainment in 1923, the world was fortunate for the birth of imogene king imogene king is well known in the nursing world for kings conceptual framework.
King’s conceptual system and theory of goal attainment and transactional process dynamic interacting systems king has interrelated the concepts of interaction, perception, communication, transaction, self, role, stress, growth and development, time, and space into a theory of goal attainment. Imogene king’s concepts focus on these methods to help nurses in the nurse-patient relationship king used a “systems” approach in the development of her dynamic interacting systems framework and in her subsequent goal-attainment theory. The application of nursing theories to discover new utilization of kingõs interacting systems framework and theory of goal attainment with new multidisciplinary king (1981) introduced a theory of goal attainment, a. Imogene king's interacting systems framework and 2 imogene king's interacting systems framework and theory of goal attainment introduction the profession of nursing is a complex, and often times, much diversified field which has.
States that a nurse & client communicate information, set goals mutually, and then act to attain those goals describes an interpersonal relationship that allows a person to grow and develop in order to attain certain life goals roles, stress, space, and time what were imogene king's thoughts on. Imogene king's theory of goal attainment provides a schema for nurses interested in functional status however, the lack of a uniform definition for functional status has hindered development of a. Application of orem’s theory tonursing practice• orem presents her self –care deficit theoryof nursing which is composed of threeinterrelated theories• theory of self care• theory of self care deficit• theory of nursing systems.