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Joyce Travelbee: Human-to-Human Relationship Model
Kathy Cox
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Joyce Travelbee: Human-to-Human Relationship Model
The work of Joyce Travelbee has influenced the nursing world since she began publishing in the early 1960’s. Her Human-to-Human Relationship Model drew upon the works of existential psychologists such as Victor Frankl, allowing their discipline’s borrowed theories to influence the growth and development of nursing practice (Butts & Rich, 2011, p. 280).
Having originated from a background in psychiatric theory, Travelbee understood the need for all entities in health care to be recognized first as human beings in order for a therapeutic patient-nurse relationship to develop; thereby, fulfilling the purpose of nursing (Butts & Rich, 2011, pp. 280-283; Nursing Theory, 2013, para. 1-2).
Background:
* Born December 14, 1926 in New Orleans, LA. * Lay Nun of the Order of Discalced Carmelites of St. Theresa * Graduated from Charity Hospital School of Nursing 1946 * Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Louisiana State University 1956 * Master of Science in Nursing from Yale in 1959 * Became an instructor at Depaul Hospital Affiliate School in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1952 * Taught Psychiatric Nursing at Charity Hospital School of Nursing at Louisiana State University, New York University and the University of Mississippi * Became Project Director at Hotel Dieu School of Nursing in New Orleans in 1970 * Published several articles in Nursing journals in 1963 * Published first book entitled Interpersonal Aspects of Nursing in which she presented her Human-to-Human Relationship Model, 1966 * Published her second book published in 1969 entitled Intervention in Psychiatric Nursing. * Director of Graduate Education at Louisiana State University School of Nursing until her death in 1973…...

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