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This project is under the direction of Watson Caring Science institute (WCSI) and Dr.
The WCPS is a 5-item instrument designed to capture patient perceptions of caring practices, guided by factor analyzing through construct validity, 5 of the original 10 Caritas Processes of Watson's Theory.
This instrument was designed to capture more subjective, authentic patient experiences of receiving human caring.
Currently, the WCPS has 29 clinical service areas, 9 National Caring Science designated Affiliates of Watson Caring Science Institute and 11 systems who are research partners of WCSI and /or systems excelling in caring science theory and practices (1).
Care is the practice of caring for someone (Andrew Solomon's case histories).
Feminist care ethicists avoid this essentialism by situating caring practices in place and time.
Care ethics informed by a social justice perspective asks who is caring for whom and whether this relationship is just.
The practice of caring has no political affiliation; however, if we had founding mothers instead of founding fathers, would the United States be based more on ethics of care?
This event hosts thousands of nurses and celebrates the caring and healing touch they provide every day.
Watson earned the title of Distinguished Professor, the highest honor for scholarship in the university; she also is the holder of the Murchinson-Scoville Endowed Chair in Caring Science at the University of Colorado, the only one of its kind in the United States.
Watson has labored to transform nursing into a holistic caring-healing professional practice, grounded in the philosophy, ethic and science of caring, that addresses not just the body but the unity of mind-body-spirit.
From the theoretical void of her early career, Watson developed the now-world-famous Theory of Human Caring, used a practice rubric of 10 Caritas Processes ("Caritas" is a Latin verb meaning to cherish, to provide charity, to acknowledge its fragility, and deep ethic of caring, making a connection between caring and love).