Feeling Like a Nurse – Self Defining the Moment

Contributor: Isla A. McKenzie-Henry, MSN, RN, CNE-cl, NEA-BC (EdD Candidate) This is the last in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. The study, “Use of Foundational Concepts in Program and Course Descriptions: An Analysis of Prelicensure … Continue reading Feeling Like a Nurse – Self Defining the Moment

Will robots replace nurses? It depends.

Contributor: Samantha JuanEdD candidate, Teachers College Columbia University This is the fourth in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. The study, "Use of Foundational Concepts in Program and Course Descriptions: An Analysis of Prelicensure Baccalaureate Nursing … Continue reading Will robots replace nurses? It depends.

Can Integrating Disciplinary Concepts and Knowledge Throughout the Curriculum Improve Professional Identity, Clinical Reasoning, and Judgement?

Contributor: Arlene McGuane, MSN-Ed, RNEdD candidate, Teachers College Columbia University This is the second in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. The study, "Use of Foundational Concepts in Program and Course Descriptions: An Analysis of Prelicensure … Continue reading Can Integrating Disciplinary Concepts and Knowledge Throughout the Curriculum Improve Professional Identity, Clinical Reasoning, and Judgement?

Nursing Concepts as a Framework for Nursing Education

This post is the first in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. Here I present an overview of the study methods, results, and discussion and the other three members of the research team will each post … Continue reading Nursing Concepts as a Framework for Nursing Education

Guidelines on Inclusive Language and Images in Scholarly Communication

The Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications has published their latest toolkit - this one focusing on language! This is a must-see toolkit for everyone, but it is particularly essential for nurses who are writing anything, anywhere - from nurses notes, to clinical summaries, to presentations, to reports, and any form of scholarly … Continue reading Guidelines on Inclusive Language and Images in Scholarly Communication

History of the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Contributor: Kim Curry, PhD, FNP-C, FAANP Editor, JAANP Mysteries of PublishingHistory of Nursing Journals About the Journal The Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (JAANP) is a monthly, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal for nurse practitioners (NPs) and is the official journal for all members of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). JAANP supports … Continue reading History of the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners

A Primer for Using and Citing Nursology.net Content

The challenges of how, when and why to give attribution to material on the World Wide Web has opened up many new cans of worms for authors and academic scholars everywhere. Unlike any other media available, the Web provides an open and accessible source from which material can be lifted and almost instantly copied and … Continue reading A Primer for Using and Citing Nursology.net Content

The Hunt for Patterns of Knowing: Focus on Latin American Nursology Journals

Contributors: Virginia Ramos dos Santos Souza andJacqueline Fawcett Several patterns of knowing have been identified and some literature about the various patterns has been published (see https://nursology.net/patterns-of-knowing-in-nursing/). However, little is known about how these patterns are explicitly identified or reflected in the nursing literature. This blog is a report of a secondary analysis of data … Continue reading The Hunt for Patterns of Knowing: Focus on Latin American Nursology Journals

My Fulbright Scholar Experience: Through a Nursing Lens

The concept of “nursing” is very abstract and can take many forms. It may be living entities’ activities to promote or regain their own health (self-care), professional nurses’ direct care of patients’ who need assistance in self-care, or indirect patient care through teaching, research, administration, and/or policy development. I believe this broad view of nursing … Continue reading My Fulbright Scholar Experience: Through a Nursing Lens

Nurse as Patient Part 2: Anomalies in Normal Science*

Photo by Jan Antonin Kolar on Unsplash I believe there is more to say about the “nurse as patient,” a necessary shift in our thinking about the global crisis in nursing. Let me start by describing an article I use in one of my courses. This semester, I am the instructor of record for a … Continue reading Nurse as Patient Part 2: Anomalies in Normal Science*