On March 17th – 21st, the second Virtual Nursing Theory Week was successfully completed! The focus of the conference was, “A World of No Boundaries,” selected to recognize the significant contributions of the late Dr. Margaret Newman in nursing theory, scholarship, and research across her life. The local site for the conference this year was … Continue reading 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Week Recap
At Nursology.net, we are happy to announce that we are going to begin offering a way to support students in their recruitment of participants in order to complete their degree requirements in nursing (e.g., PhD, DNP, etc.). Going forward, we intend to showcase one student research project with an introductory blog, as well as a … Continue reading Nursology.net Invites Student Research Recruitment Submissions!
Image description: Light-skinned human-being wearing a red button-up shirt holding up a question mark on paper over their face. As a doctoral student, the first time I was introduced to the concept or idea of Nursology was during my first year in my nursing philosophy and theory course with Dr. Pamela Reed. Prior to Dr. … Continue reading Nursology.net: What’s in it for Nursing Students?
When I was a PhD student, I commonly heard exacerbated sighs from my fellow students regarding the trials and tribulations of "fitting" a theory into their doctoral research. Similarly, many students had trouble understanding why it was important to be theoretically guided in your research, what was the point? And how do you even "use" … Continue reading Theory-guided Research: What, Why, and How?
At Nursology.net, we are happy to announce that we are going to begin offering a way to support students in their recruitment of participants in order to complete their degree requirements in nursing (e.g., PhD, DNP, etc.). Going forward, we intend to showcase one student research project with a introductory blog, as well as a … Continue reading Nursology.net Invites Student Research Recruitment Submissions!
Nursology.net is issuing a call for blog submissions for an upcoming special issues series on the topics of antiracism and politics. At this critical time in history, we are committed to providing sentinel, contemporary, comprehensive, humanistic and authentic information to facilitate advancement of nursing science. We are calling for blog posts acknowledge antiracism and politics. We … Continue reading Call for Blog Submissions: Antiracism, Politics, and Nursing Knowledge
When I started my PhD program, I had no idea how important philosophy would become in my life. Fast forward to now, as a PhD candidate, my nursing philosophy is the cornerstone for how I look at the world and how I perform research as novice nurse scientist. But, this is not to say that … Continue reading How the Nursing Philosophy of Intermodernism Changed the Way I See the World as a Novice Nurse Scientist
We are in an unprecedented time in history with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Nurses and other crucial healthcare providers are at the frontline navigating uncharted and uncertain territory. There are limited supplies, including personal protective equipment, and little is understood regarding the pathway to healing with COVID-19. As such, the management team at Nursology.net has … Continue reading Your Well-Being as a Nurse and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Welcome to Chloe Olivia Rose Littzen, who has now joined ourNursology.net blogging team!Chloe is a founding member of theNursing Theory Collective andcurrently a PhD Student at the University of Arizona (Tuscon) I. Introduction In June of this year, a blog post was shared on Nursology.net by the Nursing Theory Collective, a group of scholars and … Continue reading An Update from the Nursing Theory Collective