Contributor: Isla A. McKenzie-Henry, MSN, RN, CNE-cl, NEA-BC (EdD Candidate) This is the last in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. The study, “Use of Foundational Concepts in Program and Course Descriptions: An Analysis of Prelicensure … Continue reading Feeling Like a Nurse – Self Defining the Moment
Contributor: Arlene McGuane, MSN-Ed, RNEdD candidate, Teachers College Columbia University This is the second in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. The study, "Use of Foundational Concepts in Program and Course Descriptions: An Analysis of Prelicensure … Continue reading Can Integrating Disciplinary Concepts and Knowledge Throughout the Curriculum Improve Professional Identity, Clinical Reasoning, and Judgement?
This post is the first in a series of posts about a nursology study conducted by a student-faculty group from the Online Nursing Education (ONE) program at Teachers College Columbia University. Here I present an overview of the study methods, results, and discussion and the other three members of the research team will each post … Continue reading Nursing Concepts as a Framework for Nursing Education
Dean Emerita, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic UniversityDirector, Anne Boykin Institute for the Advancement of Caring in Nursing The Anne Boykin Institute for the Advancement of Caring in Nursing, founded 10 years ago as part of Florida Atlantic University’s Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, held its 8th Summer Academy focused on … Continue reading Re-imagining Nursing Education through Caring Science: A Report of the Anne Boykin Institute’s 2022 Summer Academy
Contributor: Manuel Jesús Aragón Aragón In this post I try to show the difficulties that I felt when I tried to apply nursing theories to practice in my work and personal reality for the first time. I understand that theories are an excellent resource to improve the quality of our care; for that reason in … Continue reading Nursing Theories in “my Biomedical World” – a personal reflection
Image description: Light-skinned human-being wearing a red button-up shirt holding up a question mark on paper over their face. As a doctoral student, the first time I was introduced to the concept or idea of Nursology was during my first year in my nursing philosophy and theory course with Dr. Pamela Reed. Prior to Dr. … Continue reading Nursology.net: What’s in it for Nursing Students?
Contributor: Judith M. Pare, PhD, RN “Care can be an individual, familial, tribal, communal, organizational, or institutional value or expression; it can be held as a single value or a system of belief” (McFarland & Wehbe-Alamah, 2015, p. 220). The purpose of this blog is to demonstrate use of Leininger’s (2002) Culture Care Theory (CCT) … Continue reading Using Leininger’s Culture Care Theory to examine the idiom of distress experienced by nursing faculty working with pre licensure students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Hot off the press - "Knowledge Development in Nursing: Theory and Process - 11th Edition" authored by Peggy L. Chinn, Maeona K. Kramer, and Kathleen Sitzman. The content in this edition has not only been updated and refined, but we have re-organized the content, presenting the basic, fundamental descriptions and explanations at the start of … Continue reading 11th Edition of “Knowledge Development in Nursing” is now available!
From the September 23rd Panel Q&A There were several questions in the chat for me. Q. As part of my master’s degree (UVIC) I am currently going through a practicum at a Nursing School in BC, Canada. This course is a 12-week course that focuses on care of acutely ill clients experiencing surgical interventions. As … Continue reading Barbara J. Hatcher Q&As on “Decolonizing Nursing”
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