Deadline for submission: December 1, 2023 midnight EST The theme for the 2024 conference will be “Nursology Theory Think Tanks for the Future.” As you develop your abstract, consider pressing questions and issues that call for creative and innovative approaches and that prompt collective discussion and solutions based on the fundamental knowledge of our discipline. … Continue reading Abstract Submissions Open for 2024 Virtual Nursology Theory Week
September 18, 2018 was the date of the first blog post on Nursology.net, and since that date 5 years ago, we have published a blog every single Tuesday! We started with a few dozen subscribers -- today we have 3,997 subscribers from all over the globe! In any one week, we average about 6,000 visitors! … Continue reading Happy 5th Anniversary to Nursology.net!
May 30, 2023 marked the official opening of the Dr. Margaret A. Newman Center for Nursing Theory at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center (UTHSC), College of Nursing in Memphis, TN. The Center is the first of its kind with a mission to promote the development of nursing theory and to generate new theories … Continue reading Reflections on the Dedication of the Margaret A. Newman Center for Nursing Theory
Everyone who participated in the 2023 Virtual Nursology Theory Week had amazing exposure to the kind of discourse that nurtures and advances theoretical and conceptual thought in the discipline! We will be posting reflections and resources over the coming few weeks here and on the Nursology Virtual Theory Conference website! If you are a student, a … Continue reading 2024 March 21-25 Nursology Virtual Theory Week Scheduled – Save the Dates!
Here at Nursology.net, we support students and early career scholars who are conducting nursing-theory guided research. Today, we are happy to announce a study in need of our support titled, "Tertiary Nursing Care for People with Pulmonary Sequelae of COVID-19: An Interpretive Description Study," by masters of nursing student Cameron Albright BScN, RN from Athabasca … Continue reading Recruitment Support for Student Research in Nursing/Nursology
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Contributor: Samantha JuanEdD candidate, Teachers College Columbia University This is the fourth 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 Baccalaureate Nursing … Continue reading Will robots replace nurses? It depends.
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