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April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Molly Shaughnessy
The author in this manuscript presents a humanbecoming concept inventing of feeling ashamed. It includes a literature review across several disciplines, an exploration of various art forms, discussions with others, and thoughtful contemplation that brings together a creative synthetic definition of feeling ashamed.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Sandra Schmidt Bunkers
The following story is an introduction to an interesting exploration of the concept of shame, providing new insights into this important notion through the humanbecoming theoretical process of concept inventing.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Nan Russell Yancey, Susan Cahill, Michael McDowell
As the global community continues to face increasing mobility, rising healthcare costs, and decreasing or inaccessible healthcare resources, healthcare providers must be able to work together effectively in addressing the needs of progressively older and diverse persons and populations. In this column, the notion of interprofessional education (IPE) is explored and a model proposed for implementation in an institution offering graduate programs in nursing and occupational therapy. While the proposed model was developed for two disciplinary programs in a specific institution, the recommendations offered may easily be adapted for use in academic institutions offering varied and unique healthcare professional programs...
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Marian C Turkel, Jacqueline Fawcett, Linda Amankwaa, Pamela N Clarke, Vivien Dee, Rosemary Eustace, Phyllis Shanley Hansell, Dorothy A Jones, Marlaine C Smith, Rothlyn Zahourek
In this essay, several nurse scholars who are particularly concerned about the contemporary state of nursing science present their concerns about the inclusion of nursing conceptual models and theories in the curricula of nursing programs (dark clouds) and ways in which the concerns have been addressed (bright lights). This essay is the second of two essays that were catalyzed by Barrett's paper, "Again, What Is Nursing Science?" The first essay was published in the previous issue of Nursing Science Quarterly...
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Steven L Baumann, Devorah Goldberg
Globalization is a fact of modern life and healthcare that comes with various challenges and opportunities. After telling the story of one nurse's experience of working with Healthy Kids, Brighter Future in Zambia, the authors of this paper discuss five elements of being a global nurse. The five elements are global: aesthetics, intelligence, ethics, politics, and health. Implications for nursing and nursing education are also discussed.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Constance L Milton
Healthcare reform discussions dominate the global media and legislative priorities. Many ethical straight-thinking questions arise over what the role of healthcare professionals, including nurses, should be in this debate. This article begins a discussion of potential ethical questions surrounding healthcare reform in light of a nursing theoretical humanbecoming community change model perspective.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
John R Phillips
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April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Lisa Marien, Margaret Dexheimer Pharris
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April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Pamela N Clarke, Michael R Bleich
This dialogue is focused on holistic leadership from the perspective of a well-known leader in nursing. He frames the changing healthcare environment and nursing's unique contribution on the interprofessional team.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Carrie Rewakowski
Feeling respected is a universal human experience. The notion of respect is ubiquitous and discussed at varying levels of discourse. An integrative review of the literature on the phenomenon of respect is discussed. Literature was reviewed from the disciplines of philosophy, psychology, sociology, business, theology, and nursing. Three themes emerged from this literature review: respect honors inherent worth, respect intentionally co-shapes identity, and respect emerges with earned admiration.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Nan Russell Yancey
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April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Paula M Karnick
Childhood should be a carefree and happy time. Some children, however, experience feelings of sadness, depression, anxiety, and other behavioral and mental health conditions. Healthcare providers need to develop a keen eye and an understanding demeanor to aid children and identify their needs and concerns. By providing a warm, inviting area for children to express their feelings and being with them in true presence, children may be more forthcoming in providing information about what they value.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Mario R Ortiz
There are many ways nurses may be leaders and serve others in the community by utilizing a unique knowledge base that is grounded in the extant nursing theories and models. Leading and serving others with nursing knowledge demarks the contributions nurses make in all situations. The purpose of this paper is to illuminate how Parse's leading-following model and the Rainbow PRISM model (RPM) guide healthcare services in academic nursing health and wellness centers that serve the needs of all persons living in the community...
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Judith D Hart
The purpose of this study was to investigate the humanuniverse living experience of suffering. The Parse method was used to answer the question: What is the structure of the living experience of suffering? The participants were 10 adults living in the community. The finding of the study, the structure of the living experience of suffering, was found to be as follows: Suffering is anguishing desolation with varied alliances arising with envisioning anew. The living experience of suffering is discussed in relation to the principles of the humanbecoming paradigm and in relation to further research inquiries...
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Michele Poradzisz, Kristine L Florczak
In this column, the definition of transformational research is explored followed by a discussion of mixed methods as the preferred process for those who conduct such studies. Finally, there is consideration of why transformational research may be useful and a natural approach for the specific concerns of the profession of nursing.
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
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April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Romeo Luis A Macabasag, Michael Joseph S Diño
Caring is considered a unique concept in nursing because it subsumes all intrinsic attributes of nursing as a human helping discipline. Scholars have argued that caring is usually seen as an encounter between nurses and patients, but how about nurses with minimal or absent nurse-patient encounters, like informatics nurses? In this study, we explored the meaning of the phenomenon of caring to present lived experiences of caring, namely caring as actions of coming in between; caring as expressed within embodied relations; and caring and the path traversed by informatics nurses...
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Mary R Morrow
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April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
Linda Nyholm, Lisbet Nyström, Unni Å Lindström
The authors present letterwriting as a hermeneutic research method in that it contributes to the methodological development within the hermeneutical research tradition in caring science. The hermeneutic methodology is inspired by Hans-Georg Gadamer. Hermeneutic letterwriting in accordance with Gadamer's thought is a form of dialogue in writing, where what is truthful about the thing itself is unveiled with the help of the language. Hermeneutic letterwriting is presented in five steps. As a method, hermeneutic letterwriting is appropriate for complex caring science issues, and it offers new opportunities for attaining a deeper understanding of the world of caring...
April 2018: Nursing Science Quarterly
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