A theoretical framework for nurses providing care to individuals with anorexia nervosa. .
Sister Callista Roy’s Adaptation Model describes health as an inevitable dimension of a person’s life, represented by a health-illness continuum. Roy’s premise is that adaptation occurs when people respond positively to environmental changes. According to Roy, the environment can either threaten or promote the person’s unique wholeness.
Think of a professional situation in nursing you have experienced. Apply Roy’s model to this scenario.
The following article is a source illustrating how Roy’s model is used as a framework to provide care to a patient with anorexia nervosa. (You may need to copy and paste the link).
Jennings, K. (2017). The Roy Adaptation Model: A theoretical framework for nurses providing care to individuals with anorexia nervosa. ANS Advances in Nursing Science, 40(4), 370-383. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5664223/pdf/nihms873297.pdf