Source In March of 2022, at the Nursology Theory Conference, our research team presented a study that explored the use of theory, and specifically nursing theory, to guide nursing doctoral research. There was very little published research on this topic; therefore, a group of us decided to look into it. The topic of theory-guided research … Continue reading Is Nursing Theory Guiding Nursing Doctoral Research?
Mysteries of Publishing I have served as an Associate Editor for two different journals and have quite a bit of experience recruiting, assigning, and harassing (I mean, following up with) peer reviewers. I will only be writing about one of my Associate Editor experiences, because with the second one I had a lot of support … Continue reading Thoughts on Peer Review from an Associate Editor
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
Contributors: Barbara MacDonald and Jane K. Dickinson Source Barbara and Jane worked together as student/faculty in the online MS in Diabetes Education and Management program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Hope was a common thread throughout Barbara's work in the program, and the conversation continues: JKD: How did you get interested in hope? BJM: My … Continue reading Hope in Nursing
I first met Virginia Henderson when I was a student at Yale School of Nursing. She was a guest in one of our courses, and she started the class by saying, “I’m a million years old and deaf as a doornail, so speak up!” She was a force, and I loved her from the start. … Continue reading Inspired by Virginia Henderson