Boundary change theory
asserts that to understand proliferation, the old habit of treating special districts as a monolithic form of government must be set aside (Foster, 1997).
Intentional social change theory
recognizes the role these change agents (Rogers, 2003) have in using their own ideas and actions to influence people's opinions in order to bring about the desired change (Macionis, 2001).
Smoking Cessation Education Content and Educational Process in Schools of nursing (N=14) Schools Smoking Cessation Content (n) Smoking cessation approach taught ABC only 5 ABC & change theory
3 Change theory
only 4 No smoking cessation in curriculum 2 Schools Educational process (n) Assessment of smoking cessation education Yes 8 No 2 No response 2 No smoking cessation in curriculum 2 Schools Support to quit smoking * (n) Nicotine replacement therapy 9 Face-to-face 6 Motivational interviewing 6 Telephone 5 Other (1 public health focus; 1 2 unspecified) No response 2 No smoking cessation in curriculum 2 Schools Hours of taught content (n) 1-2 5 2-4 2 4-5 3 No response 2 No smoking cessation in curriculum 2 Note: * Could select more than one
Key Words Organizational Structure--Lewin's Change Theory
Nursing Education--Leadership--Nursing Administration--Administrative Change--School of Nursing Change
While the nursing process and Kurt Lewin's change theory
(unfreeze, change, freeze) worked well with the ED project I knew I needed something more robust for implementing CPOE in early 2000.
It is difficult to use the term 'innovation' in the context of information and communication technology without recalling a key change theory
known as Diffusion of Innovation (Rogers, 1995).
Haven't seen much of him since he said he didn't accept the climate change theory
and thought winds farms were an expensive folly.
The high baseline scores made demonstrating a significant modification due to the interventions much more difficult One of the limitations of the social cognitive theory is that it may not be a strong behavior change theory
like the stages of change theory
(especially when assessing the readiness of the study sample for behavior modification)(Nelson, & Williams, 2007).
In what follows, I will provide a brief overview of the history of change theory
, followed by a discussion on differing change agent strategies and techniques to managing change and stability in organizations.
To account for how students learn science disciplines, Posner, Strike, Hewson, and Gertzog (1982) proposed Conceptual Change theory
, based on the idea that science learning is a rational and intelligible process (also see Carey, 2000; Duit, 2003; Nesessian, 1989; Strike & Posner, 1992).
RECENTLY, WHILE TEACHING A course on leading change to a group of smart hospital managers, I found myself reflecting on the parallels between social systems change theory
and the current events playing out over health care reform.
When I research management & working styles, human resource and change theory
, it becomes obvious how valuable an empowered workforce can be.
Part IV discusses various aspects of program design and implementation, from basics of behavior change theory
to aspects of technology use and social networks.
In the area of health psychology, three behavioral theories in particular have provided insight into reasons why people engage or fail to engage in health behavior change: Self-Determination Theory, Theory of Planned Behavior, and Stage of Change Theory
Should our vote of confidence go to climate skeptic Louzek, the research director of the Czech Centre of Economics and Politics, or to Ac, a supporter of climate change theory
and researcher at the Czech Institute of Biological and Ecological Systems?