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This edited transcript of an interview with Jean Watson presents Watson’s recent thoughts about the current state of the discipline of nursing and the emergence of new perspectives; the contributions of her theory of human caring; and her other work on the advancement of the discipline of...
For decades, critical thinking has been widely regarded as a concept and process of central importance in the practice of nurses and in their education. Numerous nursing textbooks heavily emphasize the development of critical thinking skills in students. The attention given to critical thinking...
An aging population, the prevalence of chronic disease and functional disabilities, and changes in society have caused a greater demand for long-term care in Taiwan. The development of long-term care has gone through four stages: undeveloped, early beginning, expanding, and establishment....
This article discusses the utilization of King’s conceptual system, transaction process model, and theory of goal attainment as foundations for an advance directive decision-making model. Research has shown nurses may be educationally unprepared, experience conflicts between beliefs and...
In this column the author synthesizes and discusses the findings of six studies conducted to examine what happens for nurses and patients when human becoming is the guide for practice. In all of the studies, nurse participants’ descriptions led to three main themes: transforming intent,...
The author describes a method of cooperative inquiry into a family’s experience of the sudden death of a child. Through the praxis method based on Newman’s health as expanding consciousness, family members had an opportunity, individually and together, to explore the impact of this experience...
This column addresses the issues of teaching and growing the discipline of nursing. Experiences of two undergraduate nursing students highlight the benefits and opportunities that accompany the teaching of nursing theories in undergraduate programs. The 3rd-year baccalaureate students, Kendra...
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