What has philosophy ever done for nursing anyway?
Abstracts are now being accepted for the 25th Nursing Philosophy Conference, August 17-19, 2022, in Irvine, California, USA
Abstract submission deadline: March 30, 2022
All abstracts should be between 300-500 words. While they do not need to be structured, they need to articulate the ideas/argument in a logical and concise manner. Abstracts must meet criteria for one of the conference abstract themes listed below:
- Emerging philosophical issues in nursing
- Philosophy and decolonization/anti-racism in nursing
- Nursing philosophy; perspectives from across the globe
- How/is philosophy relevant to nursing
- The relation of philosophy and ethics/politics in/for nursing
- Rethinking nursing philosophy/theory “classics” in/for nursing philosophy
- Thinking the new in nursing philosophy
- General nursing philosophy (other than above)
Authors may submit for a podium or poster session.
Authors may also submit for a panel session. Panels are 90 minutes in length and should have three panelists and one chair who moderates the session. Panels begin with the delivery of a brief overview of the panel session theme by the chair. This is followed by the 3 presentations, and then a moderated Q&A discussion. For the panel, each abstract should be between 300-500 words. They do not need to include structured headings. The “overview abstract” should delineate the theme of the panel session, its relevance to the conference theme, and briefly describe the contents of the 3 ‘content’ abstracts. The 3 content abstracts need to each articulate an idea/argument in a logical and concise manner. The conference abstract review committee will give preference to panel submissions that focus on the conference themes, are cohesive across all abstracts, and show logical rigor across all abstracts. If the panel session submission is accepted, all presenters listed in the panel description will be required to register for the conference and to participate in the session.
Sponsored by the UCI Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing Center for Nursing Philosophy in association with the International Philosophy of Nursing Society (IPONS)