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´╗┐Part FUNCTION MODE ROY MODEL

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Roy, C. & Andrews, H.A. (1999). The Roy Adaptation Model. (second. ed.). Norwalk, Conn: Appleton & Lange. Section 15

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Roles are working unit of society Role Partners Role Expectations

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ROLE FUNCTION MODE Need for Social Integrity

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Primary Role Determines lion's share of practices Determined by age, sex, & formative stage

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Secondary Roles Assumed in light of the fact that they identify with formative stage and essential part. Accomplished positions Stable yet may change after some time.

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Tertiary Roles Related to optional parts Represent approaches to meet part related necessities

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Tertiary Roles Temporary Freely picked

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Roles Identify your essential, auxiliary, and tertiary parts.

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Role Function Mode Instrumental Behaviors Expressive Behaviors

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Instrumental Behaviors Goal arranged Performed as a major aspect of part Goal of Role Mastery

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Instrumental Behaviors Usually physical activity Long-term introduction

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Expressive Behaviors Feelings and Attitudes about part & execution Goal is immediate or quick criticism

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Expressive Behaviors Emotional Result from associations

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Requirements of Role Behavior Consumer- - Who Reward- - What Assess to offices/Set of conditions Cooperation/coordinated effort

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Requirements of Role Behavior Identify necessities of part conduct for a nursing understudy. Experience each of the four prerequisites with the gathering at your table.

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Assessment of Behavior Identify age and essential part. Recognize auxiliary and tertiary parts & their relative significance.

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Assessment of Behavior Determine instrumental and expressive practices for every part alongside the "Prerequisites of the Role Behavior".

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Other Stimuli impact Role Behavior Social Norms Physical make-up and age Individual self-idea

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Other Stimuli impact Role Behavior Role models Knowledge of Expected Behaviors Physical or potentially feeling prosperity

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Other Stimuli impact Role Behavior Performance of different parts

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Nursing Diagnoses Major Problems Role Transition Role Distance Role Conflict

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Nursing Diagnoses Knowledge Deficit identified with child rearing Lack of parental connection conduct Role move to new occupation

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Nursing Diagnoses Inter-Role Conflict: Career and child rearing because of first infant Diversional Activity Deficit:

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