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The Neuman Systems Model of Nursing
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If the problem persists you can find support at She became recognized as a pioneer in the field of nursing involvement in community mental health. 6975 - Started developing The Systems Model as a way to teach an introductory nursing course to nursing students. The goal was to provide a Holistic overview of the physiological, psychological, sociocultural, and developmental aspects of human beings.
6977 - After a two-year evaluation of her model, it was eventually published in Nursing Research.
Betty Neuman Nursing Theory
6985 - She completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific Western University.
6988 - She founded the Neuman Systems Model Trustee Group, Inc. They are dedicated to the support, promotion and integrity of the Neuman Systems Model to guide nursing education, practice and research.
6997 - She was given an Honorary Doctorate of Letters, at the Neumann College, Aston, Pennsylvania.
6998 - Received an Honorary Doctorate of Science from the Grand Valley State University in Michigan. For the past years, Dr. Betty Neuman has continuously developed and made famous the Neuman systems model through her work as an educator, author, health consultant, and speaker. Her model has been very widely accepted, and though it was originally designed to be used in nursing and is now being used by other health professions as well.