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King's theory of goal attainment : the intrapartum nurse's perspective

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Author(s)
Karlin, Jacqueline L.
Advisor(s)
Bonis, Susan
Degree
MS, Nursing -Nurse Educator
Date
Apr 2011
Subject(s)
Nursing - Philosophy; Nursing models; Obstetrics
Abstract
The model of nurse-patient transaction from King's Theory of Goal Attainment was employed to explore the impact of the nurse-patient transaction as it relates to primiparous patient satisfaction with the childbirth process. In this descriptive study, intrapartum nurses were interviewed regarding their perception of primiparous patient's childbirth experience. The interviews were reflected upon to develop a better understanding of the impact of the nurse-patient transaction on achieving patient satisfaction with coping strategies. The findings revealed that although only one-half of the patients had participated in formal childbirth classes, effective nurse-patient transactions were successful in goal attainment of satisfaction with coping strategies in labor and delivery.
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A Clinical Paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Nursing-Nurse Educator
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