“I work with children too, but I have not encountered anyone approaching them and their families as you do.” My mentee told me on her first day shadowing at the clinical site. She was a nurse practitioner (NP) student whom I was assigned to be a mentor for her clinical rotation. I was unsure which … Continue reading Mentorship in Advanced Practice Nursing
Contributor: Arlene McGuane, MSN-Ed, RNEdD candidate, Teachers College Columbia University This is the second 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 … Continue reading Can Integrating Disciplinary Concepts and Knowledge Throughout the Curriculum Improve Professional Identity, Clinical Reasoning, and Judgement?
Dean Emerita, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic UniversityDirector, Anne Boykin Institute for the Advancement of Caring in Nursing The Anne Boykin Institute for the Advancement of Caring in Nursing, founded 10 years ago as part of Florida Atlantic University’s Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, held its 8th Summer Academy focused on … Continue reading Re-imagining Nursing Education through Caring Science: A Report of the Anne Boykin Institute’s 2022 Summer Academy
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?
Contributor: Judith M. Pare, PhD, RN “Care can be an individual, familial, tribal, communal, organizational, or institutional value or expression; it can be held as a single value or a system of belief” (McFarland & Wehbe-Alamah, 2015, p. 220). The purpose of this blog is to demonstrate use of Leininger’s (2002) Culture Care Theory (CCT) … Continue reading Using Leininger’s Culture Care Theory to examine the idiom of distress experienced by nursing faculty working with pre licensure students during the COVID-19 pandemic
Contributor: Aisha Chahal, MSN, CMSRN Culture shock is a state where people experience the stages of honeymoon, frustration, adaptation and acceptance. It is an intense feeling that follows the grief process. I had first-hand experience with all these stages of culture shock when I came to the land of opportunities, the United States of America, … Continue reading Culture Shock, Grief and Nursing Theories
Report from the 2021 Virtual Nursing Theory Week Contributors:Christina NyiratiSharon Stout-Shaffer At the time of the 2021 Virtual Nursing Theory Week, Christina Nyirati and Sharon Stout-Shaffer presented the baccalaureate curriculum they designed and now implement at Heritage University located on the Yakama Reservation in Washington State. This is the only session that was recorded during … Continue reading It’s Time We Raise Nursologists!
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
Guest contributor: Elizabeth “Ellis” Meiser, MSN, RN-BC, CNE Source: https://www.placesyoullsee.com/the-25-best-beaches-in-the-caribbean/ When I took a nursing theory course for the first time in my educational experience (at the doctorate level, mind you), I found myself grateful to finally be able to identify what may make learning theory difficult for me. A few years ago I … Continue reading Abstract Thoughts with Aphantasia: Learning Nursing Theory without the Ability to Imagine
Guest Contributor: Erin Dolen, MS, RN, CNE* My career in nursing education has spanned the better part of a decade. For the majority of that time, I taught in an associate’s degree nursing program. At first, I was not sure if nursing education was for me. I was always a preceptor on the nursing units … Continue reading Being True to Yourself: A Career as a Nurse Educator Guided by Critical Caring Pedagogy