Faye Glenn Abdellah's Typology of Twenty-One Nursing Problems has the most potent effect in my nursing career. It was truly a great influenced for me and all other nurses out there, serving people even beyond our abilities. Indeed, Nursing is a complete humanitarian service. It is an all-encompassing service that is based on discipline that serves the individual, sick or well.
Being in this noble profession for two years now, i have been utilizing her theory because it helped me a lot in improving my problem-solving techniques. As a nurse, problem-solving is an everyday practice. We have to work out the problems being faced by our clients and know how to prioritize them according to their needs. This theory also became the guidelines for nurses to appropriately render nursing care at its best. It also has a significant contribution to nursing education and research as well.
Neil Allan C. Gamueta, RN