Chapter 1- Transition Model (part2)

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Transition Model Bridges

Question Answer
Give the 2 type of models of transitionBridges and Spencer Adams
How many phases do Bridge model contain3 (three)
In what stage may nurses experience change in previous relationships / setting may change/ support changeDisengagement (ending phase)
What are the 3 main categories of Bridge Transition ModelEnding phase, Neutral zone, New beginning
What are the subcategories of ending phase disengagement, disindentification, désenchantement, and disorientation
What phase is deemed the superficial phaseneutral zone
Which phase of Bridge Transition Model must openness to learning occurnew beginning
Which if the phases of Bridge Transition Model do the new role internalizednew beginning
In Bridge Transition Model change in title occur but no internalization yetneutral zone
In Bridge Transition Model resistance to change occurs in this phaseending phase
"Who am I" / loss of self / loss self definition disidentification (ending phase)
Feeling of emptiness and doubt about decision of changedisorientation (ending phase)
Your world have change due to this change disenchantment (ending phase)
Separation from previous and similar role and surroundingdisengagement
(ending phase)

Transition Model Spencer

Question Answer
Give the 2 type of models of transitionBridges and Spencer Adams
How many phases do Spencer Adam Transition Model have7 (seven)
Stage 1losing focus
Stage 1the individual has difficulty keeping things in perspective and experiences feelings of being overwhelmed, some may feel panic others may feel excitement
Stage 2minimizing the impact
Stage 2the individual feels the need to go back to what was normal or comfortable/this stage compares to Bridges' components of disenchantment and disorientation
Stage 3the pit
Stage 3the individual experiences selfdoubt,may have feelings of depression and grief,anger,powerlessness. the individual must move from powerlessness to strenght,from anger and grief to optimism about the new
Stage 4letting go of the past
Stage 4A stage of forward vision,the past has been let go,focus on the change and the benefits to be obtained by the change
Stage 5testing the limits
Stage 5new identity is established and new behaviors and new skills are tried. New relationships develop with colleagues family and friends/compares to bridges' neutral zone phase
Stage 6searching for meaning
Stage 6a period of self-reflection and finding meaning in the experience new roles new relationships and new skills are being established. For nurses returning to school it may be helpful to share the story of their experience with the nurses who are thinking of returing.
Final stageintegration / internalization
Final stagecompletion of the transition. the individual experiences satisfaction and self confidence


Question Answer
Give factors in society that promote nurses return to schoolaging population--insurance reimbursements--more community base care
What changes in perceptions for nursing as a profession promotes nurses returning to schoolmore men in profession--increase accountability and responsibility--new diseases and environmental problems warrant re-education and resocialization
T/F change in nursing roles represent a shift in the view or nursingTrue
T/F transition to professional nursing is transition from novice to expertTrue
Give strategies that will help students in formal academic settingIt all starts with getting ones life in order
(manage family, work, money, inner feelings)
How to use pedagogic features to enhance learningby taking advantage of teaching features and sources(reflection,critical thinking,evidence base practice)

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