Contributor: Rudolf Cymorr Kirby P. Martinez, Ph.D. Philippine Children's Medical Center (PCMC) is the largest and the national referral center for pediatric cases in the Philippines. I started my professional journey here as a staff nurse after I finished my MA in nursing, and soon after, I completed my Ph.D. I transitioned to academia. After … Continue reading The Nursology Initiative in the Philippines
Coauthor: Rosemary William Eustace, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC We, along with all members of the nursology.net management team, are very pleased to offer another resource for nursology – the Foundations of Nursology syllabus. The syllabus is offered in conjunction with our teaching strategies resources (Fawcett, 2019) as well as other nursology website resources about nursing conceptual models, grand … Continue reading Foundations of Nursology Syllabus: Another New Resource on Nursology.net
Registration open! Details of the program for the March 17-24 Virtual Nursology Theory Week are now available on the Nursology Theory Conference Website, including details of the "breakout sessions" for the week! Once you register, you will have access to any and all of the conference virtual events, as well as the digital Guidebook containing … Continue reading Virtual Nursology Theory Week – March 17-24, 2021!
. . . . it is worth reiterating the point that compared with atheoretical actions, those that are conceptually grounded have a higher probability of achieving their intended consequences. Not just because they are contemplated more intentionally but because the vast majority of . . . . theories/frameworks pay heed to the important messiness of … Continue reading Celebration! 2nd Anniversary of Nursology.net
The nursology.net management team is very pleased to announce a new resource for educators of nursology – Teaching/Learning Strategies. This resource is devoted to explanations of diverse approaches to teaching nursology. The first approach focuses on one way to teach the APPLICATION of nursology conceptual models and theories for practice. This teaching strategy involves teams … Continue reading How to Teach Nursology: A New Resource on Nursology.net
This blog is a follow up to the Who Will Be First? blog posted on May 21st. We now have an answer to that question! I recently learned from Sr. Callista Roy that a research center in her name included the word, nursology, in the center title. The title is: Roy Academia Nursology Research Center. … Continue reading Who IS the First!
We hope everyone has noticed that Nursology.net has heaps of opportunities for people to contribute - but did you know that you can contribute to our blog? This blog is a multi-author blog (MAB), plus we welcome guest authors - which gives you an opportunity to become familiar with the process of blogging. But wait … Continue reading You can do it — contribute to the Nursology.net blog!
Just before the holidays, my long-time friend, Sue Huether, said to me after spending some time on Nursology.net - "Peggy, this is not just a website - it's an experience!" Her comment inspired our new site tagline because in fact, Nursology.net has indeed turned out to be an experience! Even for those of us building … Continue reading The Experience of Nursology.net
Nursology.net exists to provide a way for you, the reader, to get your research out to a broad, global audience! We are increasingly challenged to find new ways of improving population health outcomes by ensuring quality nursing care for all (Fawcett, Amweg, Legor, Kim, & Maghrabi, 2018). As the largest segment of the health care … Continue reading Interested In Contributing To Nursology.Net?: The Innovative Way Of Promoting Global Exchange Of Nursing Knowledge
There are sections of many websites that are seldom visited - the mission, goals, or "About" pages that set forth the purposes that shape the content, focus and direction of the site. Nursology.net is no exception, other than the fact that many first-time visitors may be intrigued by the name of this site and might … Continue reading Values and Ethics: Foundations of Nursology.net