is an American nurse theorist and nursing professor who is best known for her Theory of Human Caring. She is the author of numerous texts, including Nursing: The Philosophy and Science of Caring. Watson's research on caring has been incorporated into education and patient care at hundreds of nursing schools and healthcare facilities across the world.
A sit down interview with Dr JeanWatson distinguished faculty and nursing theorist. We discuss how career evolved and her more recent work on the Caritas Process. By rfraser Tags... - 03.02.2011, Viddler
Somos do IV Bloco do Curso de Enfermagem da Universidade Federal do Piauí - UFPI, e sabemos que a teoria de Watson passa do processo comum do cuidar, ela é transpessoal e chega... - 11.08.2010, YouTube
28.09.2012 [Apalachicola Times] - Maternal great-grandparents are Curtis and JeanWatson, and Bill and Burnell Martina, all of Apalachicola. Paternal grandparents are Jerome and Geanise Brown, of Apalachicola. Paternal great-grandparent is Mary Brown, of Port St. Joe. Happy Birthday to
24.09.2012 [Nurse.com] - The hospital adopted JeanWatson's theory of human caring about three years ago as its nursing model and has been integrating it ever since. Mary-Beth Desmond, RN. The meshing of Watson's theory and the hospital's mission took off after Adventist
17.05.2012 [Horse-Canada.com] - We are very proud him and really excited for his owners/breeders JeanWatson and Caroline Bazley of Blithe Hill Farm.” Hawley Bennett-Awad of Langley, BC rode her 2010 World Equestrian Games mount Gin N Juice, a 12-year-old American Thoroughbred mare
16.05.2012 [Mohave Valley News] - In addition to Donahue and Moss, the other candidates in attendance were Gregory Branson of Fort Mohave; Roy Hagemyer and Emma JeanWatson of Mohave Valley; and Jeanne Kentch of Lake Havasu City. Steven Hess of Fort Mohave was not present.