Ida Jean Orlando’s Deliberative Nursing Process Theory

Ida Jean Orlando developed her Deliberative Nursing Process that allows nurses to formulate an effective nursing care plan that can also be easily adapted when and if any complexity come up with the patient.

Imogene M. King

Imogene Martina King was one of the pioneers and most sought nursing theorists for her Theory of Goal Attainment which was developed in the early 1960s.

Imogene M. King’s Theory of Goal Attainment

Imogene M. King's Theory of Goal Attainment focuses on this process to guide and direct nurses in the nurse-patient relationship, going hand-in-hand with their patients to meet the goals towards good health.

Faye G. Abdellah’s 21 Nursing Problems Theory

Faye Abdellah formulated the 21 Nursing Problems theory that changed the focus on nursing care from disease-centered to patient-centered.
Faye G. Abdellah

Faye G. Abdellah – Pioneer of 21 Nursing Problems

Faye Glenn Abdellah is a pioneer in nursing research who developed the "Twenty-One Nursing Problems."

Dorothy E. Johnson’s Behavioral System Model

Dorothy E. Johnson proposed the Behavioral System Model Nursing Theory in 1968.

Dorothy E. Johnson – Pioneer of Behavioral System Model

Dorothy Johnson was one of the greatest nursing theorists who developed the "Behavioral System Model."

Lydia E. Hall’s Care, Cure, Core Theory

Lydia Hall developed the Care, Cure, Core Theory of Nursing which is also known as "Three Cs of Lydia Hall."

Lydia E. Hall

Lydia Hall was a nurse theorist who developed the Care, Cure, Core Model of Nursing.

Martha E. Rogers’ Theory of Unitary Human Beings

Martha Rogers' Science of Unitary Human Beings explains the coexistence of human and the environment.