Eriksson's Caring Science and Ethics

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What was the guiding principle for Eriksson in formulating caritas-based caring ethics?

The idea that ethics precedes ontology

According to Eriksson, what is the basic context of caring in her formulation of caring science?

Caritas

What did Eriksson intensify with her dialogue with theologians such as Gustaf Wingren and Tage Kurten?

The human being as an entity of body, soul, and spirit

What was the most prominent feature of Eriksson's thinking?

Formulation of the ontological, epistemological, and ethical basis assumptions

What concept did Eriksson base the discipline of caring science on?

Anders Nygren’s concepts of motive research

What inspired Eriksson in her formulation of caritas-based caring ethics?

Kierkegaard’s ideas of the innermost spirit of a human being

According to Eriksson, how did she define health?

As the soundness, freshness, and well-being of body, soul, and spirit

What did Eriksson use to refer to a human being's innermost space?

Ethos

According to Eriksson, what is the fundamental motive of caring?

Caritas

What did Eriksson reintroduce as a basic category of caring?

Suffering

According to Eriksson, what does health strive toward?

Realization of one’s potential

Eriksson used the concept of ethos to refer to which aspect of a human being?

Innermost space

According to Eriksson, what is the core of the caring relationship between a nurse and patient?

Constant open invitation with affirmation

Eriksson believed that human beings are fundamentally dependent on what?

Communion

What did Eriksson use to distinguish nursing care and caring nursing?

Nourishing and spontaneous love

What did Eriksson consider as the basic category of caring?

Suffering

What did the author identify as the mental state of fear and nervousness experienced by clients during their hospital stay?

Anxiety

Which of the following behaviors of nurses did the author recognize as a person-to-person contact between clients and nurses, making clients feel cared for?

Presence

What did the author consider as a powerful resource of nurses, used to stimulate clients toward a positive outlook during hospitalization?

Stimulation

What did the author identify as a sense of emotion towards the client that develops in time through mutual trust?

Concern

Which of the following did the author define as the mental state of fear and nervousness about what might happen, usually felt by clients during their stay at the hospital?

Anxiety

According to the author, which behavior of nurses is a person-to-person contact between clients and nurses that makes clients feel cared for?

Presence

Explore the concepts and principles introduced by Eriksson in the development of caring science, including the structure based on Anders Nygren’s concepts and the formulation of caritas-based caring ethics.

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