Myra Levine

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The overview of the module
Myra Levine’s conservation theory was concluded in 1973 the theory was devolved to aid in the education of associate degree nurses to give them a different way of approaching their daily nursing care. Conservation theory is the development of two theories
Redundancy.
Therapeutic intention
The major concepts are
-adaption
-holism
(http://www.scribd.com/doc/29036880/Theoretical-Foundations-of-Nursing)

The major principles are
Conservation of energy- the balancing of energy the input and output of one’s rest, nutrietion, excersise
Conservation of structural integrity –maintaining and restoring one’s body
Conservation of personal integrity - Recognizes the individual as one who strives for recognition, respect, self-awareness, selfhood and self determination
Conservation of social integrity- An individual is recognized as someone who resides with in a family, a community, a religious group, an ethnic group, a political system and a nation. (http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/introduction.html)
Environmental challenges that one can be face with
Perceptual environment—encompasses that part of the environment to which individuals respond with their sense organs.
Operational environment—includes those aspects of the environment that are not directly perceived, such as radiation, odorless and colorless pollutants, and microorganisms.
Conceptual environment—the environment of language, ideas, symbols, concepts, and invention.
Individuals respond to the environmental challenges by means of four integrated processes also known as organismic response
Flight or fight: An instantaneous response to real or imagined threat, most primitive response
Inflammatory: response intended to provide for structural integrity and the promotion of healing
Stress: Response developed over time and influenced by each stressful experience…...

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