Call for Applications: Philosophical Writing Through Critical Reading Workshop

Description Nursing philosophy has been an important part of nursing scholarship since the inception of the discipline. Philosophical writing, however, is a distinct genre.  This workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to learn the genre: to learn how to critically read works in philosophy and to turn their critiques into publishable nursing philosophy essays.  The… Continue reading Call for Applications: Philosophical Writing Through Critical Reading Workshop

Webinar Panel

Decolonizing Nursing: What? Why? How? A webinar panel presentation co-sponsored byNursology.net and the Center for Nursing Philosophy,September 23, 2021, 6 - 7:30 PM Eastern (US & Canada) ALL ARE INVITED! Register in advance for this webinar. After registering, you will receive aconfirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. REgister Now PanelistsLisa Bourque Bearskin, RN,… Continue reading Webinar Panel

Hermeneutic Phenomenology Methodology Course Offered Online

The University of Central Lancashire invites you to the 4th international hermeneutic phenomenology methodology course which is due to run online throughout July 2021. The course is aimed at postgraduate research students, researchers and academics working within health and social care areas who are new/novices in this theoretical and methodological approach. During the online course,… Continue reading Hermeneutic Phenomenology Methodology Course Offered Online

Abstract Submission for the Nursing Philosophy Conference Closes Sunday, January 17

Abstracts for the 24th International Philosophy of Nursing Conference will be accepted through Sunday, January 17. The conference will be held on June 16-18, 2021, hosted by the Institute of Health and Care Sciences at the University of Gothenburg. Remote participation will be available, and the possibility of attending in person will be decided in… Continue reading Abstract Submission for the Nursing Philosophy Conference Closes Sunday, January 17

Concept Analysis in Nursing: A New Approach

John Paley 16 February, 2021 8am - 9am PST, 11am-12pm Est, 4pm-5pm GMT The event is free, but registration is required. Register here. John Paley will be introducing his new book. Following John’s presentation there will be responses from nursing’s top editors, Roger Watson until recently editor-in-chief of Journal of Advanced Nursing and Sally Thorne,… Continue reading Concept Analysis in Nursing: A New Approach

Abstract Submission Opens for the Nursing Philosophy Conference

Abstracts are now being accepted for the 24th International Philosophy of Nursing Conference. The theme will be Personhood: Philosophies, Applications and Critiques in Healthcare, but all topics in nursing philosophy are welcome. The conference will be held on June 16-18, 2021, hosted by the Institute of Health and Care Sciences at the University of Gothenburg.… Continue reading Abstract Submission Opens for the Nursing Philosophy Conference

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

A live-streamed virtual panel Thursday, Feb. 49-11AM Pacific, 12-2PM Eastern, 5-7PM GMT Registration is required and attendance is limited to 500. Click here to register now Panelists and topics Barb Pesut, PhD RN, Professor at University of British Columbia Okanagan, CanadaClaiming the margins: Politics and PhilosophyPeggy Chinn, PhD RN, Professor Emerita at University of Connecticut,… Continue reading Nursing Philosophy: Addressing current debates in nursing theory, education, and practice

Introducing the Center for Nursing Philosophy

The Center for Nursing Philosophy (CNP) is housed within the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing at the University of California, Irvine. The CNP aims to provide a platform for increased nursing philosophy scholarship development and dissemination, as well as wider engagement with the local, national, and international philosophy community to identify new foci… Continue reading Introducing the Center for Nursing Philosophy