Leslie Nicoll, ANS Advisory Board member On behalf of my colleagues Peggy Chinn (editor of Advances in Nursing Science), Dot Dunn (editor of Visions: Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science), Marlaine Smith (president of the Society of Rogerian Scholars), and Mercedes Simoncelli (publisher for ANS at Wolters Kluwer) I am excited to announce a unique collaboration between ANS and Visions. Beginning with … Continue reading Visions: Scholarship of Rogerian Nursing Science in Advances in Nursing Science
By Leslie Nicoll and Peggy Chinn Mysteries of PublishingHistory of Nursing Journals As part of our series on the “Mysteries of Publishing” we are introducing what can be considered a “subseries” focusing on the history and significance of nursing journals. We (Leslie and Peggy) are actively involved in the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) … Continue reading Nursing Journals: History and Significance
2020 was the year that… “Be careful what you wish for,” once again became imprinted in my brain as truth. In early 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that 2020 would be the “International Year of the Nurse and Nurse Midwife.” Among colleagues, there was lots of excitement about this. What would we do … Continue reading Be careful what you wish for…
Registration open! Details of the program for the March 17-24 Virtual Nursology Theory Week are now available on the Nursology Theory Conference Website, including details of the "breakout sessions" for the week! Once you register, you will have access to any and all of the conference virtual events, as well as the digital Guidebook containing … Continue reading Virtual Nursology Theory Week – March 17-24, 2021!
Guardian of the Discipline Nursology author Leslie Nicoll Guest contributor: Elizabeth R. Berrey Rozella Schlotfeldt was among the great leaders in nursing in the years when nursing education was first shifting away from hospitals and becoming established in universities. Students were educated for entry into the nursing profession and graduate programs were established to prepare … Continue reading Rozella May Schlotfeldt, RN, PhD, FAAN (1914-2005)