In a recent article published by Nursing Philosophy, I make the case for cultivating a radical imagination for nursing. In this blog post, I will explore the connections between this radical imagination and its possibilities for nursing theory. The realities of the COVID19 pandemic have created hardships that we all experience, albeit in different ways. … Continue reading A Radical Imagination for Nursing?
Co-contributors with Jessica Dillard Wright:* Jane Hopkins Walsh Brandon Blaine Brown "One of the things that’s coming to light is how the global spread of a microscopic virus is placing the ravages of racism and inequity under the microscope. But the fact is, we don’t all see the same thing! Racism has a way of … Continue reading Posthumxnism and the Pandemic
Welcome to Jessica Dillard-Wright, who has now joined our Nursology.net blogging team! Jessica is a founding member of the Nursing Theory Collective and currently a PhD Student at Augusta University (Georgia) I knew I was going to love Moby-Dick when I read the line, “Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it … Continue reading Thinking about Ideas in Nursing: 13th Philosophy in the Nurse’s World/23rd International Philosophy of Nursing Society Conference