Empowered holistic theory by Doctor Katie (Fawcett & Madeya, 2012). The theory revolves around holistic care giving in the nursing profession. In the past, nursing education institutions revolved purely on treatment, without considering nurturing and caring for patients. The situation above is what dictated the C-T-E used in discussing the Empowered holistic theory of nursing (Chinn & Jacobs, 2013).
Following Katie’s theory, one realizes that readiness to learn is playing a significant role in career paths. She believes, a wrong perception of the nursing career is one of the major contributors to the scenario (Dossey & Keegan, 2012). Many imagine that all nurses have to do is administer the medication from the doctor to the patients (Boykin & Schoenhofer, 2015). However, the theory incorporates support modalities, and interconnectedness to contextual studies making it very effective.
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