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External Links Biography of Imogene King Imogene Martina King January 30, — December 24, was one of the pioneers and most sought nursing theorists for her Theory of Goal Attainment which was developed in the early s.

Her work is being taught to thousands of nursing students from all over the world and is implemented in a variety of service settings as well. She made an enduring impact on nursing education, practice, and research while serving as a consummate, active leader in professional nursing. Imogene M. During her early high school years, she decided to pursue a career in teaching. However, her uncle, the town surgeon, offered to pay her tuition to nursing school.

She eventually accepted the offer, seeing nursing school as a way to escape life in a small town. Thus began her remarkable career in nursing. Education Imogene King excelled in her nursing studies despite the fact that it was not her first choice to consider.

In , she received a diploma in Nursing from St. Louis, Missouri. Louis University in In , she received a Master of Science in Nursing from St. Louis University. Career and Appointments Imogene M.

King, director of the School of Nursing at Ohio State University in Columbus from to After receiving her diploma in , Imogene King worked in a variety of staff nurse roles. From to , she worked as an instructor in Medical-Surgical nursing and was an assistant director at St.

Her first theory article appeared in in the journal, Nursing Science, which nurse theorist Martha Rogers edited. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare between and From then on, the two nurses kept in touch. The doctoral dissertation of Tomomi Kameoka tested the theory of goal attainment in Japan. King third from left was among the first group of Virginia Henderson Fellows. King then returned to Chicago in as a professor in the Loyola University graduate program.

Department of Defense. She also was elected alderman for a 4-year term to in Ward 2 at Wood Dale, Illinois. King continued to provide community service and to help plan care through her conceptual system and theory at various health care organizations, including Tampa General Hospital. Vaughan-Wrobel was installed that year as president. King retired in and was named professor emeritus at the University of South Florida.

King also served on the nursing advisory board, and guest lectured at the University of Tampa. King was keynote speaker at two STTI theory conferences in , and presented application of her theory at multiple regional, national, and international STTI conferences.

King communicated regularly with students who were learning about theories within her conceptual system. L to R: Dr. Imogene King, Dr. Naomi Funashima, Dr. Wakako Sadahiro. King consulted with members of the organization on an individual basis regarding her theory and continues to be active.

From the title itself, the model focuses on the attainment of certain life goals. It explains that the nurse and patient go hand-in-hand in communicating information, set goals together, and then take actions to achieve those goals.

The factors that affect the attainment of goals are roles, stress, space, and time. On the other hand, the goal of the nurse is to help patients maintain health so they can function in their individual roles. To help nurses understand her work, she defined several terms which include the patient, defined as a social being who has three fundamental needs: the need for health information, the need for care that seeks to prevent illness, and the need for care when the patient is unable to help him or herself.

The environment, defined as the background for human interaction. It involves the internal environment, which transforms energy to enable people to adjust to external environmental changes, and it involves the external environment, which is formal and informal organizations. There are three interacting systems in the Theory of Goal Attainment according to King. These are the personal system, the interpersonal system, and the social system.

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External Links Biography of Imogene King Imogene Martina King January 30, — December 24, was one of the pioneers and most sought nursing theorists for her Theory of Goal Attainment which was developed in the early s. Her work is being taught to thousands of nursing students from all over the world and is implemented in a variety of service settings as well. She made an enduring impact on nursing education, practice, and research while serving as a consummate, active leader in professional nursing. Imogene M.

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Teoría Imogene King

The basic concept of the theory is that the nurse and patient communicate information, set goals together, and then take actions to achieve those goals. It describes an interpersonal relationship that allows a person to grow and develop in order to attain certain life goals. The factors that affect the attainment of goals are roles, stress, space, and time. According to King, the patient is a social being who has three fundamental needs: the need for health information, the need for care that seeks to prevent illness, and the need for care when the patient is unable to help him or herself.

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