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    Take one component in the Metaparadigm of Nursing and identify the concept or concepts of Watson's Theory of Caring that support that Watson wrote a theory of nursing.

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    Being authentically present is an important carative factor as described in Watson's Theory of Caring. As with the other elements, it is synergistic with the idea that patient satisfaction is one of the established outcome indicators of the quality and the efficiency of healthcare systems. For example, the Joint Outpatient Experience Survey (JOES) conducted in the U.S Military after a patient encounter helps to ...

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    Being authentically present is an important carative factor as described in Watson's Theory of Caring and can yield a better patient experience and increase revenue for a health care system.

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