- Words: 573
- Length: 2 Pages
- Topic: Health - Nursing
- Paper #: 68930807
Relating Watson's Theory to Hypertension 2
Especially meaningful to the active practitioner is the metaphysical, phenomenological, existential, and spiritual slant of Watson's holistic method. The intuitive dimension is stressed throughout the caring process. As the nurse's relationship with the patient grows, develops, and deepens, the nurse adjusts his or her approach to the patient's developing needs, interests, and values. Watson's ten clinical caritas can be used in formulating the proper approach.