A New Edition of Nursing Philosophy Is Now Available

September 18, 2019

Nursing Philosophy (vol. 20, no. 1, 2019) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Bearing Witness in Nursing Practice: More Than a Moral Obligation?” by Mikelle Djkowich, Christine Ceci, and Olga Petrovskaya
  • “Perspectives on Phronesis in Professional Nursing Practice” by Karen Jenkins, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, and Sandra DeLuca
  • “Understanding Human Enhancement Technologies through Critical Phenomenology” by Pierre Pariseau?Legault, Dave Holmes, and Stuart J. Murray
  • “The Central Question and the Scope of Nursing Research” by Elizabeth Moulton, Rosemary Wilson, Pilar Camargo Plazas, and Kathryn Halverson
  • “The Redundancy of Positivism as a Paradigm for Nursing Research” by Margarita Corry, Sam Porter, and Hugh McKenna
  • “Middle?Range Theories as Models: New Criteria for Analysis and Evaluation” by Mark Risjord