Theories in Action and How Nursing Practice Changed

  title={Theories in Action and How Nursing Practice Changed},
  author={D. Jasovsky and Mary R. Morrow and P. Clementi and Paula A Hindle},
  journal={Nursing Science Quarterly},
  pages={29 - 38}
Rogers’ theoretical framework of diffusion of innovation guided the successful infusion of the educational training and implementation of the Magis model of care at a 570 bed hospital in the Chicagoland area. The Magis model of care was derived from several nursing theories along with information from the Institute of Family-Centered Care. By incorporating the components that relate to the institution’s values and Magnet theme, the stages of innovation were readily adopted and sustained over… Expand
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