Decolonizing Nursing Education

From the September 23rd Panel Q&A Q. Do you have recommendations for decolonizing nursing education given the fact that nursing faculty are predominantly white? I find that our arguments about being “gatekeepers” for the profession are inherently racist but I also find that challenging those arguments is met with a lot of resistance. Bukola Salami … Continue reading Decolonizing Nursing Education

Decolonization and Globalization

During the "Decolonizing Nursing: What? Why? How? webinar on September 23rd, there were questions posed for the panelists that could not be addressed due to time constraints. We promised to post responses to these questions on the Nursology.net blog - and here is the first of those responses! Dr. Martinez The first question we are … Continue reading Decolonization and Globalization

Abstracts for the 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Week due November 15th

Now open for submissions – until 11:45 pm EST on November 15, 2021! The abstracts can be for either a 30-minute “Knowledge Session” or for a virtual poster presentation! Visit the Nursing Theory Conference website for more details about submitting your abstract! Access to the abstract submission page is also posted in “Due Dates” to the … Continue reading Abstracts for the 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Week due November 15th

Nursing Theory Forum with Mary Jane Smith

Presented by the Theory-Guided Practice Expert Panel of the American Academy of Nursing This is another wonderful opportunity to meet and interact with a nurse pioneer in the development of nursing theory! When: Oct 12, 2021 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada Register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIuc-GvrT8tGNyB4Wcj1NJddLdRfiop2XEe After registering, you will receive a … Continue reading Nursing Theory Forum with Mary Jane Smith

Our Voices: Addressing Racism in Nursing

September 27, 2021. 1-4:30pm Eastern - Virtual Zoom Meeting Register Here Join us to learn more about our voices reckoning with racism in nursing. Share your voice in a dialogue, discussion, and future direction inspired by first person interviews and shown through the compelling stories of Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other nurses of color. Featuring … Continue reading Our Voices: Addressing Racism in Nursing

Call for Abstracts for the 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Week

Now open for submissions - until 11:45 pm EST on November 15, 2021! The abstracts can be for either a 30-minute "Knowledge Session" or for a virtual poster presentation! Visit the Nursing Theory Conference website for more details about submitting your abstract! Access to the abstract submission page is also posted in "Due Dates" to … Continue reading Call for Abstracts for the 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Week

It’s Time We Raise Nursologists!

Report from the 2021 Virtual Nursing Theory Week Contributors:Christina NyiratiSharon Stout-Shaffer At the time of the 2021 Virtual Nursing Theory Week, Christina Nyirati and Sharon Stout-Shaffer presented the baccalaureate curriculum they designed and now implement at Heritage University located on the Yakama Reservation in Washington State. This is the only session that was recorded during … Continue reading It’s Time We Raise Nursologists!

Guest Post: Decolonizing the Language of Nursology

Contributor: Daniel Suárez-BaqueroScroll down for Spanish language version of this post ENGLISH Nursing has been characterized by a colonial perspective in which the advancements and developments made in English are over those made in other languages. We forget as Dr. Ricardo Ayala states in his book Towards a Sociology of Nursing (2019): “Nursing is a … Continue reading Guest Post: Decolonizing the Language of Nursology

Guest Post: Restriction of Visits to Hospitalized Child? An Emerging Need for Theory-Informed Nursing Intervention during Pandemic

Contributor: Ana Filipa Paramos In Portugal during the pandemic crisis, we have made it impossible for the family to be present during the child's hospitalization, resulting in increased levels of separation anxiety and stress, with potential negative consequences for the child's recovery process. Let's talk about a specific case of a child with a prolonged … Continue reading Guest Post: Restriction of Visits to Hospitalized Child? An Emerging Need for Theory-Informed Nursing Intervention during Pandemic

Guest post: The privilege of agency: The political shortcomings of nursing theory

Contributor: Mike Taylor The four metaparadigm concepts of nursing knowledge have been human beings, environment, health and nursing process; with the state of the person at the center of the definition and achievement of health goals. The idea that an individual has the wherewithal, not only in name but also but also in action, to … Continue reading Guest post: The privilege of agency: The political shortcomings of nursing theory