Contributor: Kim Curry, PhD, FNP-C, FAANP Editor, JAANP Mysteries of PublishingHistory of Nursing Journals About the Journal The Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (JAANP) is a monthly, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal for nurse practitioners (NPs) and is the official journal for all members of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). JAANP supports … Continue reading History of the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Contributors: Virginia Ramos dos Santos Souza andJacqueline Fawcett Several patterns of knowing have been identified and some literature about the various patterns has been published (see https://nursology.net/patterns-of-knowing-in-nursing/). However, little is known about how these patterns are explicitly identified or reflected in the nursing literature. This blog is a report of a secondary analysis of data … Continue reading The Hunt for Patterns of Knowing: Focus on Latin American Nursology Journals
The concept of “nursing” is very abstract and can take many forms. It may be living entities’ activities to promote or regain their own health (self-care), professional nurses’ direct care of patients’ who need assistance in self-care, or indirect patient care through teaching, research, administration, and/or policy development. I believe this broad view of nursing … Continue reading My Fulbright Scholar Experience: Through a Nursing Lens
Contributors: Fernando Riegel, PhD; Lucas Daniel Ribas, NS;Ingrid Soares Amaral, NS & Jaqueline Ribeiro, NS (Brazil) In December of 2021, Professor of Nursing Fernando Riegel and three undergraduate students (Lucas Daniel Ribas, Ingrid Soares Amaral, and Jaqueline Ribeiro), had an experience of nursing as caring for families in a stress situation. The experience was guided by … Continue reading An Experience of Caring for Families: Listening to the Call for Holistic Nursing
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!
This week marks 3 years since Nursolog.net became a reality! My thanks to the vision of Jacqueline Fawcett, Peggy Chinn and other members pf the AAN theory-guided practice panel who were part of that initial envisioning of bringing nursing knowledge into the digital age and making the theoretical and conceptual basis for nursing practice more … Continue reading Happy Anniversary, Nursology.net!
Download recruitment flyer The Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse Leaders and Innovators is a national program to develop the next generation of nurse leaders and innovators. The program is headquartered and administered at the University of California Davis Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. The fellowship program recognizes and advances early- to mid-career nursing … Continue reading Applications open for the 2023 Cohort of the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nursing Leaders and Innovators
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
Contributor: Ana Rita Rodrigues (Portugal) March 2020. In the middle of the 21st century, humanity is experiencing its greatest challenge: a pandemic! An invisible and easily spread virus has emerged and has created the greatest instability experienced in our era. Suddenly, we are being asked to forget interpersonal relationships, contact with others, social gatherings, hugs... … Continue reading When the senses are no longer nurses’ greatest allies in caregiving: the perspective of Callista Roy’s Adaptation Model in Covid-19
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