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Part 1: Nursing Theory 

 

Chapter 29: Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

Chapter 30: Marlaine Smith’s Theory of Unitary Caring

Chapter 31: Kristen Swanson’s Theory of Caring                

Read the three nursing theorists 

1. Reflect upon the events that are taking place in healthcare today (Covid-19 Pandemic). 

2. Which theorist would you select? Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

Please review the attached article (File 1) to gain some insight into life factors that is related to Covid-19

Part 2: Nursing Theory 

 

Chapter 29: Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

Chapter 30: Marlaine Smith’s Theory of Unitary Caring

Chapter 31: Kristen Swanson’s Theory of Caring                

Read the three nursing theorists 

1. Reflect upon the events that are taking place in healthcare today (Covid-19 Pandemic). 

2. Which theorist would you select?   Marlaine Smith’s Theory of Unitary Care

Please review the attached article (File 1) to gain some insight into life factors that is related to Covid-19.

Part 3: Nursing Theory 

 

Chapter 29: Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

Chapter 30: Marlaine Smith’s Theory of Unitary Caring

Chapter 31: Kristen Swanson’s Theory of Caring                

Read the three nursing theorists 

1. Reflect upon the events that are taking place in healthcare today (Covid-19 Pandemic). 

2. Which theorist would you select?    Kristen Swanson’s Theory of Caring    

Please review the attached article (File 1) to gain some insight into life factors that is related to Covid-19.

Part 4: Nursing Theory 

 

Chapter 29: Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

Chapter 30: Marlaine Smith’s Theory of Unitary Caring

Chapter 31: Kristen Swanson’s Theory of Caring                

Read the three nursing theorists 

1. Reflect upon the events that are taking place in healthcare today (Covid-19 Pandemic). 

2. Which theorist would you select?    Kristen Swanson’s Theory of Caring    

Please review the attached article (File 1) to gain some insight into life factors that is related to Covid-19.

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Letter to the Editor

Effects of COVID-19 pandemic in daily life

Keywords:
Coronavirus
COVID-19
Pandemic
Healthcare

Dear Editor,

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has affected day to day life and is slow-
ing down the global economy. This pandemic has affected thou-
sands of peoples, who are either sick or are being killed due to
the spread of this disease. The most common symptoms of this viral
infection are fever, cold, cough, bone pain and breathing problems,
and ultimately leading to pneumonia. This, being a new viral dis-
ease affecting humans for the !rst time, vaccines are not yet avail-
able. Thus, the emphasis is on taking extensive precautions such as
extensive hygiene protocol (e.g., regularly washing of hands, avoid-
ance of face to face interaction etc.), social distancing, and wearing
of masks, and so on. This virus is spreading exponentially region
wise. Countries are banning gatherings of people to the spread
and break the exponential curve.1,2 Many countries are locking their
population and enforcing strict quarantine to control the spread of
the havoc of this highly communicable disease.

COVID-19 has rapidly affected our day to day life, businesses,
disrupted the world trade and movements. Identi!cation of the dis-
ease at an early stage is vital to control the spread of the virus
because it very rapidly spreads from person to person. Most of
the countries have slowed down their manufacturing of the prod-
ucts.3,4 The various industries and sectors are affected by the cause
of this disease; these include the pharmaceuticals industry, solar
power sector, tourism, Information and electronics industry. This
virus creates signi!cant knock-on effects on the daily life of citizens,
as well as about the global economy.

Presently the impacts of COVID-19 in daily life are extensive and
have far reaching consequences. These can be divided into various
categories:

A) Healthcare
! Challenges in the diagnosis, quarantine and tr