Roy sees the environment as "all conditions, circumstances and influences that surround and affect the development and behaviour of the person".
Humans use a system of adaptation, both innate and acquired, to respond to the environmental stimuli they experience.
Human systems can be individuals or groups, such as families, organizations, and the whole global community. The environment is a stimulus or input that requires a person to adapt.
This stimuli can be positive or negative. Roy categorized this stimuli as focal, contextual, and residual. This can include previous experience with certain stimuli. Because illness is a part of life, health is the result of a process where health and illness can coexist. If human can continue to adapt holistically, they will be able to maintain health to reach completeness and unity within themselves.
If they cannot adapt accordingly, the integrity of the person can be affected negatively. Nurses eliminate ineffective coping mechanisms and eventually lead to better outcomes. A person uses his brain to cope via self-concept, interdependence, and role function adaptive modes.
The four adaptive modes of the subsystem are how the regulator and cognator mechanisms are manifested; in other words, they are the external expressions of the above and internal processes. Physiological-Physical Mode Physical and chemical processes involved in the function and activities of living organisms.
These are the actual processes put in motion by the regulator subsystem. The basic need of this mode is composed of the needs associated with oxygenation, nutrition, elimination, activity and rest, and protection. The complex processes of this mode are associated with the senses, fluid and electrolytesneurologic function, and endocrine function.
Self-Concept Group Identity Mode In this mode, the goal of coping is to have a sense of unity, meaning the purposefulness in the universe, as well as a sense of identity integrity. This includes body image and self-ideals.
Role Function Mode This mode focuses on the primary, secondary and tertiary roles that a person occupies in society, and knowing where he or she stands as a member of society.
Interdependence Mode This mode focuses on attaining relational integrity through the giving and receiving of love, respect and value.
This is achieved with effective communication and relations. Levels of Adaptation Integrated Process The various modes and subsystems meet the needs of the environment.
These are usually stable processes e. Compensatory Process The cognator and regulator are challenged by the needs of the environment, but are working to meet the needs e. Compromised Process The modes and subsystems are not adequately meeting the environmental challenge e.
Assess the stimuli, categorize them as focal, contextual, or residual. Set a goal to promote adaptation. Implement interventions aimed at managing the stimuli.
Evaluate whether the adaptive goal has been met. Assumptions Systems of matter and energy progress to higher levels of complex self-organization.Roy Adaptation Model The Adaptation Model of Nursing was developed by Sister Callista Roy in After working with Dorothy E. Johnson, Roy became convinced of the importance of describing the nature of nursing as a service to society.
Sister Callista Roy was born in in Los Angeles. In , she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Nursing from Mount St. Mary's College in Los Angeles. In , she earned a Master's Degree in Pediatric Nursing from the University of California-Los Angeles.
Sor Callista Roy desarrollo la teoría de la adaptación tras su experiencia en pediatría en la quedo impresionada por la capacidad de adaptación de los niños. El modelo de Sor Callista Roy es una metateoría ya que utilizo otras teorías para realizarlo.
Callista Roy Callista Roy’s Adaptation Model Callista Roy’s Adaptation Model describes the individual as an “adaptive system,” always adjusting and adapting to the ever changing environment, internally and externally.
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