Use of Nursing Models and Theories from a Sexuality Perspective


Martha Ofelia Valle Solis (Editor) – Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit, Mexico

Series: Nursing – Issues, Problems and Challenges

BISAC: MED058050

The book presents research studies where models and theories of nursing from the perspective of sexuality were used. Theory is essential to explain and understand nursing practices. Likewise, it favours planning, predicting and evaluating the outcomes of care. Therefore, the theoretical approach is a useful tool for reasoning, critical thinking and, in addition, it helps nurses to be able to use and manage all the information about the patient and to manage the practice of care in an orderly and effective way.

The use of conceptual models of nursing in care ensures that all nurses share a common language and similar conceptions regarding the nursing, person, health, environment and care paradigms that characterize the professional role. Here, a reflection is posed about what still, and even though it is a very important topic, maintains the dichotomy between nursing practice and nursing theory.

The book is aimed at undergraduate and graduate students in the area of health, as well as at health professionals interested in using such models or theories related to human sexuality in different age groups.






Chapter 1. Assertive sexual behavior for HIV prevention in women: a theoretical subtraction
(Reyna Torres-Obregón)

Chapter 2. Personal and situational factors that influence in elderly’s sexual function: an explanatory model
(Julio César Hernández-Soberón; Reyna Torres-Obregón)

Chapter 3. Situation specific theory for pregnancy care in teenagers
(Rosalva del Carmen Barbosa-Martínez)

Chapter 4. Model of safe sexual behavior in middle-aged and older adults
(Dafne Astrid Gómez-Melasio)

Chapter 5. Theoretical determinants of increased safer sex intentions among people at risk for HIV
(José Luis Hernández-Torres

Chapter 6. The transition model of condom use apllied in migrants of the northeast border of Mexico
(Jesus A. Guerra-Ordoñez)

Chapter 7. Self-determination model for sexual behavior to prevent adolescent pregnancy: A mid-range theory
(Nancy Rodríguez-Vázquez, María Guadalupe Moreno-Monsiváis)

Chapter 8. Contraceptive behavior of the couple: middle range theory
(Maria Luisa Flores-Arias, DNS)

Chapter 9. Theoretical Substruction: Transtheoretical Model and Contraceptive Use in Adolescent Mothers
(Natalia I. Manjarres-Posada)

Chapter 10. Theoretical Subtraction from the Meleis Transition Midrange Theory to Explain the Interaction of Factors Influencing the Role of Parents in Preventing HPV in Adolescents
(Sandra Paloma Esparza-Dávila, María Guadalupe Moreno-Mosiváis)

Chapter 11. Model of sexual communication in parents of children with intellectual disabilities: Middle range theory
(Tatiane Geralda André, Carolina Valdez-Montero, Jesica Guadalupe Ahumada-Cortez)

Chapter 12. Model of sexual online risk behavior in adolescents: situation-specific theory
(Diana Moreno-Bernal, Carolina Valdez-Montero, Mario Enrique Gámez-Medina)

Chapter 13. Path Analysis Vs. SEM: a practical approach using the Model of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Adolescents
(Raquel A. Benavides-Torres)

Chapter 14. Resilience model for the prevention of sexual risk behavior in adolescent
(Lubia del Carmen Castillo Arcos)

Chapter 15. Model for promoting safe sex in mexican stable couples
(Norma Elva Sáenz-Soto)


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