Humanistic Theory

The presence also involves the attitude to be open, percipient and available. Calls and answers are understood as the communication in simultaneous way (BUBER, 1974; LCIO et al., 2008). The scientific dialogue is characterized by the interpretation of the lived deeply intuitivo dialogue, adding the known dialogue. Relation EU-ISSO consists then, that the man allows to interpret, to categorize and to add the knowledge. In it sharing of knowledge is prepared, from subjects appeared of the lived deeply experience (LCIO et al., 2008).

According to Lcio et al., (2008), the scientific fusing intuitiva- encloses the understanding of the moment where if it gave to the meeting between the intuitivo and the scientific one. In this instant, even so the nurse (a) if distancie of the particularitities of the experiences lived deeply in search of a new point of view, keep a proximity with previous phase e, at the same time, he pursues a point of view articulated of the experience that passes to be disclosed in one all coherent one. In accordance with Paterson and Zderard; Lcio et al., (2008) the Humanistic Theory judges the nursing as a form of I dialogue that it involves the human beings that are made use if to relate ones with the others, where in this relationship, the meeting with the other is sincere, intense occurring a privacy degree influencing the involved people. According to Paterson and Zderard (1979); Lcio et al., (2008), to adopt the process to take care of of the Humanistic Theory, is to work with the practical one of nursing practises from them that they involve the nurse and the receiving person of its care, necessarily articulated between itself. However, to define the main idea of the humanistic nursing is not an easy task, therefore it depends on the existenciais and fenomenolgicas experiences of the involved individuals, endowed with values, perceptions, myths and expectations front the experiences.