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Applying Parse's Theory of Human becoming in caring for a deformed burn client: A Care Case Study
Leila Jouybari , Maryam Ahmadi khatir , Mostafa Esfandiari , Zakaria Ashkpour
Golestan University Of Medical Science, Gorgan, Iran. , khatirahmadi62@gmail.com
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Introduction: Burning deformities have devastating effects on a person's mental image of the quality of life and self-esteem. Parse's Theory of Human becoming considers the quality of life from the perspective of each person as one of the important goals of nursing. The aim of this study was nursing care of a patient with burning deformity of the face and limbs, which was done using the "Parse's Theory of Human becoming" as a framework.
Method: This case study was conducted to implement the model of Parse's Theory of Human becoming for nursing care of a patient with burning deformity of the face and limbs . The study is based on three principles of Parse's theory, including 1) creating meaning through the expression of patient values and experiences, 2) creating cooperation in rhythmic patterns in a reciprocal process with the world, such as revealing - hiding, limiting and, connecting - separating and 3) Making a change was to recreate and provide the client with a unique force.
Findings: Extracted needs and categories include: Lack of self-confidence (disorder of self-image, separation, and divorce), community outlook (isolation and withdrawal, blame, creating remorse), need for support (need for psychological support, need for financial support to continue treatment, need for support of social networks (relief committee, media ...), psychological problems (depression, PTSD, suicidal ideation, fear of rejection).
Conclusion: Finally, by extracting and applying concepts such as: regulating grief about normal life events, maintaining and promoting relationships with relatives and loved ones, choosing opportunities to clarify the goal, a combination of the meaning of burn deformity experience for the participant of this study evolved; In other words, the client achieved creation and change in the process of her life by taking steps to improve and using power.
Keywords: Human becoming, Parse, Care, Deformity, Burn, case study
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Type of Study: case report | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/05/21 | Accepted: 2021/12/3 | Published: 2022/01/30
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Jouybari L, ahmadi khatir M, esfandiari M, Ashkpour Z. Applying Parse's Theory of Human becoming in caring for a deformed burn client: A Care Case Study. 3 JNE. 2022; 10 (6) :1-10
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