The Society of Rogerian Scholars’ 34th Annual Conference will be held on Zoom beginning the afternoon of October 1st and ending after the morning of October 3rd. There is still time to register and attend. Find out more about the conference at societyofrogerianscholars.org. Here's the link to register: https://societyofrogerianscholars.wufoo.com/forms/srs-annual-conference-2021/ 10 Reasons to attend the SRS … Continue reading Society of Rogerian Scholars conference begins Friday!
From http://drelizabethbarrett.com/ Dr. Elizabeth Ann Manhart Barrett, nurse theorist and researcher, Rogerian scholar, and passionate advocate for nursing science, transitioned peacefully on August 24, 2021 surrounded by her family. She was best known for her theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change derived from Rogers’ Science of Unitary Human Beings (SUHB) More than 100 … Continue reading A Tribute to Elizabeth Ann Manhart Barrett (July 11, 1934 – August 24, 2021)
“When I walk in the door of the College of Nursing building I feel different. There is something deeply peaceful about this place.” “I can’t put my finger on it, but when I’m here I can think, feel, and connect to myself…I’m present ”. “It’s not like any other building on campus. It’s about studying … Continue reading Structure and Design as an Expression of Nursing’s Ontology
with Jane Flanagan (past SRS President)Marlaine Smith is current SRS President Martha E. Rogers The 33rd Annual Society of Rogerian Scholars (SRS) Conference, Celebrating our Past and Visioning our Future, was held on October 2, 2020 through a virtual format. The conference was a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the publication of Martha Rogers’ groundbreaking … Continue reading Celebrating 50 Years of the Science of Unitary Human Beings
On May 12th we celebrate Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday in the midst of a global pandemic. Nightingale, the acknowledged founder of modern nursing, was no stranger to the unfettered spread of communicable diseases. During her service in the Crimean War ten times more soldiers died from dysentery, cholera, typhoid fever, and typhus than the wounds … Continue reading WWFD: What Would Florence Do in the COVID-19 Pandemic?