January 15, 2013
Julie Ann Hankins
This paper will talk about Dr. Jean Watson, her theory background, and will provide the concepts of her theory. Furthermore, I will connect the theory to person, health, nursing, and environment of the caring moment and apply a transpersonal relationship and relate these issues within my Practice, skills and experience. Dr. Jean Watson was born in a small town in West Virginia in 1940s. She began her career as a diploma nurse, and received her baccalaureate in nursing in the 1960s. Dr. Jean continued her education and earned her master’s degree in psychiatric-mental health, and received her doctorate in education in the 1970s. Dr. Jean …show more content…
Caring moment As I left the house millions of thoughts were running through my head. I was asking myself all kind of questions about my patient, and how to help her if I get to see her again. I left the house feeling sad on this situation, but was somehow pleased to know that I have made her happy, and gave her some kind of hope even for one day.
Viewing and applying the person, health, nursing and environment according to Watson’s Caring moment theory. “The person is viewed as “a being-in-the-world” and is