Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Women’s Health is Human Health

On this momentous day in the United States, as we witness the blatant evil heaped on American women by the Supreme Court action to end the protection of abortion access, it is time to renew our commitment as a discipline to the optimum health and well-being of all. The U.S. now joins Russia, North Korea … Continue reading Women’s Rights are Human Rights: Women’s Health is Human Health

The Point is to Change It: Nursing Theory and Ending Gun Violence

Contributors*: Danielle Walker MSN, PMHNP-BC @danielletanikaRobin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN, FAAN @RobinCoganRae Walker PhD RN FAAN @UMassWalkerJess Dillard-Wright, PhD, MA, RN, CNM @midwifingtherevolutionJane Hopkins-Walsh MSN, PNP-BC @_radicalnursing Once again, the world looks on as the United States wrings its hands, inert in the face of white supremacist gun violence and mass death. The thoughts and … Continue reading The Point is to Change It: Nursing Theory and Ending Gun Violence

In Search of Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous Communities

First they came for the communists And I did not speak out Because I was not a communist Then they came for the socialists And I did not speak out Because I was not a socialistThen they came for the trade unionists And I did not speak out Because I was not a trade unionistThen they came … Continue reading In Search of Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous Communities

Guest Post – Nursing’s call to action to address the social determinants of health

Guest contributors: Kelli DePriest, PhD, RNPaul Kuehnert, DNP, RN, FAAN Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, FAAN Recently, several Expert Panels of the American Academy of Nursing collaborated to draft a new conceptual framework and consensus statement related to social determinants of health. The year-long endeavor integrated the thoughts and expertise of 15 nursing leaders. The outcome of … Continue reading Guest Post – Nursing’s call to action to address the social determinants of health

Letter to the ANA

On September 26, 2020, the Nursology.net management team sent the following letter to the American Nursses Association, urging the organization to take a stand on the U.S. Presidential election candidates. We believe that given the dual pandemic of COVID-19 and racism, nursing's strong voice of advocacy for the health of the nation must be heard. … Continue reading Letter to the ANA

Posthumxnism and the Pandemic

Co-contributors with Jessica Dillard Wright:* Jane Hopkins Walsh Brandon Blaine Brown "One of the things that’s coming to light is how the global spread of a microscopic virus is placing the ravages of racism and inequity under the microscope. But the fact is, we don’t all see the same thing! Racism has a way of … Continue reading Posthumxnism and the Pandemic

Visions for 2020 – the Year of the Nurse

To all Nursology.net visitors - welcome to the Year 2020!  As we enter this year, we members of the site management and blogging teams join in celebrating the "Year of the Nurse and Midwife" and offer our visions for the coming year and beyond! The year 2020 was designated In January 2019 by the World … Continue reading Visions for 2020 – the Year of the Nurse