Virtual Conference 2020

A Virtual Panel
The role of philosophy in the development and
practice of nursing: Past, present and future

The 2020 International Philosophy of Nursing Conference has been postponed to June 16-18, 2021. Click here for details.

In its place, we will be having a virtual mini-conference featuring prominent philosophers of nursing and members of IPONS. This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Nursing Philosophy.

To attend this exciting discussion, you must register by clicking HERE. The discussion will occur on THURSDAY AUGUST 27, 2020, 9-10:30am Pacific, 12-1:30pm Eastern, 6-7:30pm Europe. The IPONS Annual General Meeting will be conducted after the virtual panel ends at 10:30 (Pacific time).

For more information please contact Miriam Bender (miriamb@uci.edu) or Olga Petrovskaya (olga.petrovskaya@ualberta.ca)

Moderator

  • Catherine Green, RN Ph.D., Emerita Professor of Philosophy, Rockhurst University, USA, Chair of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society

Speakers

  • 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
  • Olga Petrovskaya, PhD RN, Assistant Professor, University of Alberta, Canada, Executive committee member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society
  • Joakim Öhlen, PhD RN, Professor, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society
  • Marit Kirkevold, EdD RN, University of Oslo, Norway, Member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society
  • Miriam Bender, PhD RN, Associate Professor, University of California, Irvine, USA, Executive committee member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society
  • Jane Hopkins-Walsh, MSN PNP-BC RN, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Boston Children’s Hospital, USA, Executive committee member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society
  • Esma Paljevic, EdD RN CPNP, Assistant Professor, Pace University New York, USA, Executive committee member of the International Philosophy of Nursing Society