The theme for this year’s Virtual Nursology Theory conference will be “Creating Communities to Inspire Nursing Knowledge Development,” inspired by the work of four leading nurse theorists from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) – Dorothy Johnson (Behavioral Systems), Sr. Callista Roy (Adaptation), Betty Neuman (Systems Model), and Afaf Meleis (Transitions). As you develop … Continue reading 2023 Nursology Virtual Theory Conference Abstract submission open now through December 1st!
Mysteries of Publishing* Peer review is of such importance in scholarly publishing that there is now an annual global "Peer Review Week"! This year's event is coming up - September 19-23 - with the theme “Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research.” The week will feature online events, live events in many different locations, … Continue reading Responding to Peer Review
When: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Topic: The Theory of Bureaucratic Caring with Applications to the US Air Force and the Defense Health Agency Marilyn (Dee) Ray Presented by Dr. Marilyn Ray and Colonel (Retired) Marcia Potter. Learn about the Theory of Bureaucratic Caring and its transformative use as a practice … Continue reading Nursing Theory Forum – September 14, 2022
On this momentous day in the United States, as we witness the blatant evil heaped on American women by the Supreme Court action to end the protection of abortion access, it is time to renew our commitment as a discipline to the optimum health and well-being of all. The U.S. now joins Russia, North Korea … Continue reading Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Women’s Health is Human Health
An important question about the Nursology.net website is growing in importance - "what about nursing knowledge developed by nurses of color?" The time has come for this to change - a change that begins with visibility and voices of nurses of color. The "Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing" project has nurtured this movement and … Continue reading Nurses of Color Address Racism in Nursing
Mysteries of Publishing* To publish means "to make public." Any form of writing that is intended for other people to read beyond a single correspondent, has to have a way to reach whatever audience is intended - it has to be published. There are now many different ways for this to happen, but regardless of … Continue reading What do publishers do?
Re-posted from the Theory Conference Website Save the dates!! The 2023 event planning is underway! The program will follow the same model that we used in 2022 - and the call for abstracts will be coming along early September! Your abstracts will become the 30-minute knowledge sessions throughout the conference. The focus of the conference … Continue reading Save the dates: 2023 Virtual Nursology Theory Week – March 16-20
Note: this post begins a series on "Mysteries of Publishing" in which we will cover many topics related to the production of scholarly literature. If you have questions or suggestions for this series, please contact us using our contact form! When I was an undergraduate student at the University of Hawaii in the early 1960's, … Continue reading Professional Literature – How as a Reader You Shape the Future
The Society of Rogerian Scholars invites you join our virtual Dialogues on Unitary Science scheduled on the first Mondays of every month from 4:30 to 6:00 PM. The purpose of our Dialogues is to learn and deepen our understanding of the Science of Unitary Human Beings. Our first Dialogue is scheduled for Monday, March 7th … Continue reading Dialogues on Unitary Science
For all of us who are feeling a bit dismayed or frustrated with how things are - how they seem to be -- here is a suggestion! Register for the 2022 Nursology Theory Conference starting on March 17th! The conference is accessible for everyone, and features the voices of many who you may only have … Continue reading Not To Be Missed: 2022 Nursology Theory Conference~