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?
Contributors: Emma Crocker, DNP, RNPatrick McMurray, BSN, RN Shelley Mitchell, BA, BSN, MS, RNElizabeth Mizerek, MSN, RN, FN-CSA, CEN, CPEN, CNE, FAEN, PhD CandidateTimothy Joseph Sowicz, Ph.D., NP-C Authors’ Disclosure:The authors would like to note that all members put in equal amounts of work in this project. Nursing theory is the foundation of our practice, … Continue reading “Let’s talk theory” – Perspectives from the Associate Degree Nursing World
Guest contributor: Mike Taylor, Member, Nursology Theory Collective About six years ago, the Maryland Department of Health sponsored a conference for all state stakeholders with an interest in chronic disease, including nursing and medical groups, hospitals, EMS and diabetes product companies. The latest evidenced based practice models were being presented but I was only half … Continue reading How Evidenced Based Practice Supports Inequality
View Nursology Theory Conference Site!Invitation to discuss terminology! Details for a Virtual Nursology Week 2021 have just been announced on the Nursology Theory Conference website! This virtual conference will be a combination of the March 2020 program that was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and a transition to what we can anticipate when we are … Continue reading Virtual Nursology Theory Week March 17-24, 2021!
Want to learn more about Nursing and Racism? Read the following Nursology blogs: Nursing and Racism and Decolonizing Nursing. Artwork used with permission of the artist Ariel Sinha The Guardians of the Discipline is a series featured on Nursology.net as a way to commemorate the giants whose shoulders we stand on as we forge our … Continue reading Never a Guardian: Remembering Breonna Taylor
To learn more about the Nursology Theory Collective, or join us in future work, please click here.See video and full report here On Friday, June 12th, the Nursology Theory Collective hosted a live webinar titled, "Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and the Future of Nursing Theory." In this webinar, Dr. Lucinda Canty and Patrick McMurray addressed … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and the Future of Nursing Theory: A Webinar of Disciplinary Reflection
From the Directory of Nursing Journals In the practice environment, nurses are guided by evidence-based practice, policy, and procedures specific to their institutions. Comparably, nurses in academia refer to recent and relevant academic literature based upon institutional licenses. In preparation for the Nursing Theory Annual Conference, a gap was revealed among members of the Nursology … Continue reading Access to Nursing Knowledge: A Privilege or a Right?
The following blog post discusses events related to the King Collaborative Conference in Washington D.C. in November 2019, and the first in-person meeting of the now renamed Nursology Theory Collective.
In support of our mission “to advance the discipline of nursing/nursology through equitable and rigorous knowledge development using innovative nursing theory in all settings of practice, education, research and policy,” the Nursing Theory Collective (NTC) emailed the workgroup chairs of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials Task Forces on September 16th, 2019. … Continue reading Shaping the Future of Nursing Education and Practice: AACN Essentials Revision and the Next Generation NCLEX
Welcome to Chloe Olivia Rose Littzen, who has now joined ourNursology.net blogging team!Chloe is a founding member of theNursing Theory Collective andcurrently a PhD Student at the University of Arizona (Tuscon) I. Introduction In June of this year, a blog post was shared on Nursology.net by the Nursing Theory Collective, a group of scholars and … Continue reading An Update from the Nursing Theory Collective