Ann C. Wolbert Burgess, RN, APRN, FAAN

Guardian of the Discipline Boston College web page Dr. Burgess is perhaps best known for her scholarly work about and guiding practice of forensic nursing. She and Lynda Lytle Holmstrom, a sociologist at Boston College, described rape trauma syndrome and founded the first rape crisis counseling program at Boston City Hospital (now Boston University Medical … Continue reading Ann C. Wolbert Burgess, RN, APRN, FAAN

Rozella May Schlotfeldt, RN, PhD, FAAN (1914-2005)

Guardian of the Discipline Nursology author Leslie Nicoll Guest contributor: Elizabeth R. Berrey Rozella Schlotfeldt was among the great leaders in nursing in the years when nursing education was first shifting away from hospitals and becoming established in universities.  Students were educated for entry into the nursing profession and graduate programs were established to prepare … Continue reading Rozella May Schlotfeldt, RN, PhD, FAAN (1914-2005)

Donna Diers, PhD, RN, FAAN (1938 – 2013)*

Guardian of the Discipline To remember Donna Diers is to bring into clear focus what it means to be a guardian of our discipline.  Donna died on February 24, 2013, but her influence on the discipline of nursing remains palpable, even for many who never knew her.  Donna was born on May 11, 1938 - … Continue reading Donna Diers, PhD, RN, FAAN (1938 – 2013)*

Martha E. Rogers, RN, MSc , EdD (Canada)

Guardian of the Discipline Downloads (used by permission) Transformative Learning article Canadian Nursing in the Year 2020 Enchantment of the Soul Syllabus: Conceptual Basis of Nursing Practice Syllabus: The Nature of Nursing Knowledge Note: we are delighted to introduce a new Nursology.net series - "Guardians of the Discipline" featuring notable nurse leaders who have made … Continue reading Martha E. Rogers, RN, MSc , EdD (Canada)