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  • Author(s) John Atkinson
  • SubtitleA Study of Proactive Intervention
  • Edition1
  • Published15th August 2000
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781861561497

A Study of Proactive Intervention

Research in Nursing Series The main objectives of this study were
to present profiles of a hostel in Glasgow and a comparative
hostel, to make assessments and referrals and to evaluate their
effect. These objectives were successfully met along with secondary
objectives to discover insights into the residents' experiences and
lifestyles, and their interaction with health and nursing services.

The objectives were addressed by gathering and analysing
quantitative and qualitative data and the use of theoretical
perspectives: Roy's nursing theory of adaptation (to study the men
as individuals) and a sociological perspective, including Deviance
Theory, to examine the men as a group. Although the study
concentrated on District Nursing practise, it demonstrates
universal methods of nursing practise relevant to all community
nurses.

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  • Author(s) John Atkinson
  • SubtitleA Study of Proactive Intervention
  • Edition1
  • Published15th August 2000
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781861561497

A Study of Proactive Intervention

Research in Nursing Series The main objectives of this study were
to present profiles of a hostel in Glasgow and a comparative
hostel, to make assessments and referrals and to evaluate their
effect. These objectives were successfully met along with secondary
objectives to discover insights into the residents' experiences and
lifestyles, and their interaction with health and nursing services.

The objectives were addressed by gathering and analysing
quantitative and qualitative data and the use of theoretical
perspectives: Roy's nursing theory of adaptation (to study the men
as individuals) and a sociological perspective, including Deviance
Theory, to examine the men as a group. Although the study
concentrated on District Nursing practise, it demonstrates
universal methods of nursing practise relevant to all community
nurses.

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