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Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework

The Corbin and Strauss Nursing Model

by Pierre Woog

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Springer Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing Practice,
  • Nursing - General,
  • Nursing Theory,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Nursing - Research & Theory,
  • Chronic Disease,
  • Chronic diseases,
  • Models, Nursing,
  • Nursing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8166059M
    ISBN 100826180000
    ISBN 109780826180001

    Trajectory and Everyday Life Management Rather than use the medical term of "illness," we shall use the sociological concept of"illness trajectory" (Glaser and Strauss, ; Strauss et al., ). This concept refers not merely to (1) the course of. Sudden death, terminal illness, organ failure, and frailty are the four most common types of illness trajectories found in end-of-life care. The current Medicare hospice benefit was developed based on a terminal illness type trajectory and its regulations may not be as well suited for patients with other illness trajectories.

    The Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework: The Corbin and Strauss Nursing Model Volumen 5,Número 3 de Scholarly inquiry for nursing practice: Autor: Pierre Woog: Editor: Pierre Woog: Edición: 5: Editor: Springer Publishing Company, Procedencia del original: la Universidad de Michigan: Digitalizado: 20 Ago ISBN: The chronic illness-trajectory framework was most fully developed in Corbin and Strass's book Unending Work and Care (). Trajectory refers not only to the physi cal unfolding of a disease, but also to the total organization of the work to be done over.

    G. Michael Downing, in Palliative Care (Second Edition), 10 Stay Connected. There is tremendous value in remaining connected through the final illness discussed earlier, being able to provide some insight on prognosis provides the patient and family opportunity to plan for final visits, share closure issues, and prepare for death.   This study set out to systematically explore the illness trajectory of metastatic breast cancer using models from chronic illness as a framework. Design Longitudinal mixed methods studies detailing each woman's illness trajectory were developed by triangulating of narrative interviews, medical and nursing documentation and an assessment of functional Cited by:


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Buy ". " ". Using the illness trajectory framework to describe recovery from traumatic injury. This paper seeks to highlight the utility of the Corbin and Strauss Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework in describing recovery from traumatic injury and encourages consideration of its implementation into contemporary trauma nursing (Corbin and Strauss, Cited by: Highly practical in its approach, the book offers a generic paradigm of chronic disease, a trajectory-based model of clinical management and a curriculum for chronic care.

It provides thought-provoking reading for all health and social care students and professionals, post-graduate trainees in General Practice and their trainers seeking inspirational new ways to manage chronic by: 4.

“Trajectories of dying” were first articulated by researchers at the Institute of Medicine in the late s as a conceptual framework for understanding the experience of illness and dying in File Size: 1MB. Fam ProcChronic Illness and the Life Cycle:A Conceptual Framework JOHN€S.€ROLLAND, M.D.a aMedical Director, Center for Illness in Families, New Haven CT; Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of.

The nursing process in Trajectory Model. The Corbin and Strauss Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework consists of six steps: Identifying the trajectory phase. Identifying problems and establishing goals. Establishing plans to meet goals. Identifying factors that facilitate or hinder attainment of goals.

Implementing interventions. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chronic illness trajectory framework. New York: Springer Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Online version.

chronic illness-trajectory framework was most fully developed in Corbin and Strauss’s book, Unending Work and Care(). Chronic Illness Trajectory Frameworks: The Corbin and Strauss Nursing Model (, Hardcover). The Chronic illness trajectory framework: the Corbin and Strauss nursing model / Pierre Woog, editor.

RT C45 C5 The holistic nursing approach to chronic disease / Carolyn Chambers Clark. RT C45 C This article provides a conceptual framework for thinking about the system created at the interface of chronic illness with the family life cycle.

First, a psychosocial typology and time phases of illness schema is described as a necessary, preliminary step to create a common language that bridges the worlds of illness, individual, and family Cited by:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The Chronic illness trajectory framework by,Springer Pub. edition, in EnglishPages: The Illness Trajectory Framework originally described biographical work in terms of a process involving four primary stages: contextualizing, coming to terms, reconstituting identity, and recasting biography.

The survivor may have differing success in reviewing their cancer experience, accepting its consequences, Cited by: 6. A Nursing Model for Chronic Illness Management Based upon the Trajectory framework. cardiovascular diseases.

Banda SS Conclusion Trajectory model can be used as a management instrument for the professional care. and Strauss A.

The trajectory model is a nursing model that particularly considers the situation of people with chronical diseases. It has been developed by Juliet Corbin, a nurse and nursing scientist, and by the sociologist Anselm Strauss (“Corbin-Strauss-Model”).File Size: 69KB. : Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework: The Corbin and Strauss Nursing Model () by Woog, Pierre and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Hardcover.

This paper seeks to highlight the utility of the Corbin and Strauss Chronic Illness Trajectory Framework in describing recovery from traumatic injury and encourages consideration of its.The trajectory model of chronic illness recognizes that chronic illness will have many phases (see Table ).

Preventing and Managing a Crisis. Most chronic illnesses have the potential for an acute exacerbation of symptoms, which may result in further disability or death.Add tags for "The chronic illness trajectory framework: the Corbin and Strauss nursing model".

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