Jean Watson - Theory of Human Caring


Jean Watson

Theory of Human Caring

 

    Jean Watson's Theory of Human Caring -- Maintained by Jean Watson, PhD, RN, AHN_BC, FAAN, Distinguished Professor of Nursing, Murchinson-Scoville Endowed Chair in Caring Science, University of Colorado School of Nursing 

 

Watson, J. (1979). Nursing: The philosophy and science of caring. Boston: Little, Brown.

 

Watson, J.  (1981). The lost art of nursing.  Nursing Forum, 20(3), 244-249.

 

Watson, J. (1981). Nursing's scientific quest. Nursing Outlook, 29(7), 413-416.

 

Watson, J.  (1981).  Professional identity crisis: Is nursing finally growing up?  American Journal of Nursing, 81(8), 1488-1490.

 

Watson, J. (1985). Nursing human science and human care. Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century.

 

Watson, J. (1985). Reflections on different methodologies for the future of nursing. In M.M. Leininger (Ed.), Qualitative research methods in nursing (pp. 343-349). New York: Grune and Stratton.

 

Watson, J. (1987). Nursing on the cutting edge: Metaphorical vignettes. Advances in Nursing Science, 10(1), 10-17.

 

Watson, J. (1988). Human caring as moral context for nursing education. Nursing and Health Care, 9, 422-425.

 

Watson, J. (1988). New dimensions of human caring theory. Nursing Science Quarterly, 1(4), 175-181.

 

Watson, J. (1989). Watson's philosophy and theory of human caring in nursing. In J. Riehl-Sisca (Ed.), Conceptual models for nursing practice (3rd ed., pp. 219-236). Norwalk: CT: Appleton & Lange. NY: National League for Nursing. (Reprinted 1996) NY: Jones and Bartlett.

 

Watson, J. (1988). Nursing: Human science and human: A theory of nursing.  New York: National League for Nursing.

 

Clayton, C., & Mast, D. (1989). Research testing Watson's theory: The phenomenon of caring in an elderly population. In J. Riehl-Sisca (Ed.), Conceptual models for nursing practice (pp. 245-252). Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.

 

Leininger, M., & Watson, J. (Eds.). (1990). The caring imperative in education.  New York: National League for Nursing.

 

Watson, J. (1990). Caring knowledge and informed moral passion. Advances in Nursing Science, 13(1), 15-24.

 

Watson, J. (1990). Transpersonal caring: A transcendent view of person, health, and nursing. In M. E. Parker (Ed.), Nursing theories in practice (pp. 277-288). New York: National League for Nursing.

 

Watson, J.  (1990). The moral failure of the patriarchy.  Nursing Outlook, 28(2), 62-66.

 

Watson, J., & Bevis, E. O. (1990). Nursing education: Coming of age for a new age. In N. L. Chaska (Ed.), The nursing profession: Turning points (pp. 100-106). St. Louis: Mosby.

 

Watson, J. (1990). Caring knowledge and informed moral passion. Advances in Nursing Science, 13(1), 15-24.

 

Watson, J., & Phillips, S. (1992). A call for educational reform: Colorado nursing doctorate model as exemplar. Nursing Outlook, 40(1), 20-26.

 

Watson J. (ed.). (1994). Applying the art and science of human caring. New York: National League for Nursing.

 

Watson, J. (1994).  Have we arrived or are we on our way out? Promises, possibilities and paradigms [Invited editorial]. IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 26(2), 86.

 

Watson, J. (1995). Advanced nursing practice and what might be. Journal of Nursing & Health Care, 16(2), 78-83.

 

Watson, J. (1995). Nursing's caring-healing paradigm as exemplar for alternative medicine? Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 1(3), 64-69.

 

Watson, J. (1995). Postmodernism and knowledge development in nursing. Nursing Science Quarterly, 8(2), 60-64.

 

Watson, J. (1996). United States of America: Can nursing theory and practice survive? International Journal of Nursing Practice, 2(4), 241-243.

 

Morris, D. L. (1996). Watson's theory of caring. In J. J. Fitzpatrick & A. L. Whall (Ed.),   Conceptual models of nursing: Analysis and application (3rd ed., pp. 289-303).  Stamford, CT: Appleton & Lange.

 

Watson, J. (1996). Watson's theory of transpersonal caring. In P. H. Walker and B. M. Neuman (Eds.).  Blueprint for use of nursing models: Education, research, practice, and administration (pp. 141-184). New York: National League for Nursing.

 

Watson, J. (1997). The theory of human caring. Retrospective and prospective. Nursing Science Quarterly, 10(1), 49-52.

       

Patton, T. J. F., Barnhart, D. A., Bennett, P. M., Porter, B. D., & Sloan, R. S. (1998).  Jean Watson: Philosophy and science of caring. In A. M. Tomey & M. R. Alligood (Eds.), Nursing theorists and their work (4th ed., pp.142-156). St. Louis: Mosby.

 

Watson, J (1998). Nightingale and the enduring legacy of Transpersonal Human Caring. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 16(2).

 

Watson, J. (2000). Postmodern nursing and beyond. In N.L. Chaska (Ed.), The nursing profession: Tomorrow's vision and beyond (pp. 299-308). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Rafael, A. R. F.  (2000).   Watson's philosophy, science, and theory of human caring as a conceptual framework for guiding community health nursing practice.  Advances in Nursing Science, 23(2) 34-49.

 

Watson, J.  (2000).   Leading via caring-healing: The four-fold way toward transformative leadership.  Nursing Administration Quarterly, 25(1), 1-6.

 

Watson, J. (2000).  Reconsidering caring in the home. Journal of Geriatric Nursing, 21(6), 330-331.

 

Watson, J. (2000). Epilogue: Reconsidering caring in the home. In R. Rice (Ed.), Home care nursing practice (3rd ed., pp. 500-502). St. Louis: Mosby.

 

Watson, J. (2001). Jean Watson: Theory of human caring. In M.E. Parker (Ed.), Nursing theories and nursing practice (pp. 343-354). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

 

Fawcett, J. (2002). The nurse theorists: 21st century-updates- Jean Watson. Nursing Science Quarterly, 15(3), 214-219.

 

McGraw, M. J. (2002). Watson's philosophy in nursing practice. In M. R. Alligood &  A. M. Tomey (Eds.), Nursing theory utilization & application (2nd ed.,  pp. 97-121). St. Louis: Mosby.

 

Smith, M. (2004). Review of research related to Watson's theory of caring. Nursing Science Quarterly, 17(1), 13-25.

 

Watson, J. (2007). Theoretical questions and concerns: Response from a caring science framework. Nursing Science Quarterly, 20(1), 13-15.