A Pinay’s Reflection

Contributor: Ashley M. Ruiz PhD, RN  First off, I’m entitling this post “A Pinay’s Reflection”.  In submitting this piece I’ve been intentional in whether or not to explain this title to a dominantly white audience.  On the one hand, not explaining the title, and specifically the term “Pinay” may be a missed opportunity that leaves the … Continue reading A Pinay’s Reflection

Visions: Scholarship of Rogerian Nursing Science in Advances in Nursing Science

Leslie Nicoll, ANS Advisory Board member On behalf of my colleagues Peggy Chinn (editor of Advances in Nursing Science), Dot Dunn (editor of Visions: Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science), Marlaine Smith (president of the Society of Rogerian Scholars), and Mercedes Simoncelli (publisher for ANS at Wolters Kluwer) I am excited to announce a unique collaboration between ANS and Visions. Beginning with … Continue reading Visions: Scholarship of Rogerian Nursing Science in Advances in Nursing Science

A Black Nurse’s Reaction to the ANA Apology

Euro-American women who become involved in nursing and who adopt its values with respect to homogeneity and conflict avoidance must be prepared to accept the consequences of reproducing their own traditions and the means by which these traditions maintain racism in their profession and their society. Barbee, 1993 On September 24, 2022, the Overdue Reckoning … Continue reading A Black Nurse’s Reaction to the ANA Apology

An Experience of Caring for Families: Listening to the Call for Holistic Nursing

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

2023 Nursology Virtual Theory Conference Abstract submission open now through December 1st!

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!

Nursing Journals: History and Significance

By Leslie Nicoll and Peggy Chinn Mysteries of PublishingHistory of Nursing Journals As part of our series on the “Mysteries of Publishing” we are introducing what can be considered a “subseries” focusing on the history and significance of nursing journals.  We (Leslie and Peggy) are actively involved in the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) … Continue reading Nursing Journals: History and Significance

Happy Anniversary, Nursology.net!

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!

Applications open for the 2023 Cohort of the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nursing Leaders and Innovators

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

Responding to Peer Review

Mysteries of Publishing* Peer review is of such importance in scholarly publishing that there is now an annual global "Peer Review Week"! This year's event is coming up - September 19-23 - with the theme  “Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research.” The week will feature online events, live events in many different locations, … Continue reading Responding to Peer Review

Memorial Webinar Celebrating the Life of Dr. Betty Neuman – September 22, 2022

Dr. Betty Neuman Please join the Neuman Systems Model Trustees at Westcliff University, Irvine, CA as we celebrate the life of Dr. Betty Neuman.  Dr. Neuman died on May 28, 2022; see our blog memorializing her passing and a providing a description of her contributions to the development of nursing theory. The memorial webinar will … Continue reading Memorial Webinar Celebrating the Life of Dr. Betty Neuman – September 22, 2022