Throwing Shade at Nursing Theory: a Millennial’s Perspective

Welcome to Shannon Constantinides,who is joining the Nursology.net blogging team!Shannon also contributed the content onJane Georges’ Theory of Emancipatory Compassion Dear Colleagues, As a current PhD candidate (Yay! I’m making progress) and experienced NP of about a decade (Yikes! Time flies!), I have a few thoughts on Dr. Foli’s well articulated post and associated call … Continue reading Throwing Shade at Nursing Theory: a Millennial’s Perspective

A Dozen and One Ways to Love Our Discipline!

Later this week February 14th, is Valentine's Day - the internationally recognized holiday that variously inspires young children to try their hand at making an original card expressing at least admiration for other children, and compels adults to exchange gifts symbolizing their adoration of one another.  Putting aside the commercialization of a day with deep … Continue reading A Dozen and One Ways to Love Our Discipline!

Transitions in Leadership Positions: Is There a Best Time?

As we know, leaders transition to and from their positions within educational and clinical institutions. Meleis’ transitions theory, which focuses on “the human experiences, the responses, [and] the consequences of transitions on the well-being of people” (Meleis, as cited in Fawcett, 2017, p. 347) tells us that transitions may be anticipated, experienced in the here … Continue reading Transitions in Leadership Positions: Is There a Best Time?

Visions for 2020 – the Year of the Nurse

To all Nursology.net visitors - welcome to the Year 2020!  As we enter this year, we members of the site management and blogging teams join in celebrating the "Year of the Nurse and Midwife" and offer our visions for the coming year and beyond! The year 2020 was designated In January 2019 by the World … Continue reading Visions for 2020 – the Year of the Nurse