Nursing Philosophy: Addressing current debates in nursing theory, education, and practice

A live-streamed virtual panel

Thursday, Feb. 4
9-11AM Pacific, 12-2PM Eastern, 5-7PM GMT

Registration is required and attendance is limited to 500.
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Panelists and topics

  • Barb Pesut, PhD RN, Professor at University of British Columbia Okanagan, Canada
    Claiming the margins: Politics and Philosophy
  • Peggy Chinn, PhD RN, Professor Emerita at University of Connecticut, USA
    Decolonizing nursing thought: Why and how?
  • Sally Thorne, PhD RN FAAN, Professor at University of British Columbia, Canada
    Conceptual development of nursing’s theorizing movement
  • Patricia Benner, PhD RN FAAN, Emerita Professor at University of California San Francisco, USA
    Rethinking nursing pedagogical models in light of current neuroscience epistemologies
  • Martin Lipscomb, PhD RN, Senior Lecturer at Worcester University, United Kingdom
    Complexity and ambition in nurse education


  • Pamela J Grace, RN PhD FAAN, Associate Professor of Nursing and Ethics (Retired), Boston College, USA, Vice-Chair of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society

Hosted by IPONS in conjunction with
the Sue and Bill Gross School of Nursing Center for Nursing Philosophy