Redefining the meta-language of nursing science


Due to technical difficulties with my webinar last week I decided to make a recording of my presentation that is now available as a YouTube video. The length is just under 30 minutes. I hope you will join me for “lunch” or “tea” to experience the video, and share your thoughts and critique here or on the Advances in Nursing Science Journal blog.

This presentation covers some of the ideas from my recent paper “The Integrality of Situated Caring in Nursing and the Environment” published in the current issue of Advances in Nursing Science. I sincerely look forward to the dialogue that I hope this presentation and paper will provoke. Don’t be shy, please share your thoughts.

3 thoughts on “Redefining the meta-language of nursing science

    • Thank you Peggy. I just found Jason Silva’s performance philosophy work and can envision now how I could rework these ideas in a style similar to his.

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  1. I’m grateful for the thoughtful comments that have been shared with me individually and would love to get some public dialogue going. The video has been viewed over 750 times, in 49 countries, on 6 continents!

    If you haven’t seen the Greatest Challenges Program initiative for TEDMED2013 it’s worth a look. http://challenges.tedmed.com/
    – A Great Challenge impacts the whole of society or impacts a large group of people so strongly that there is widespread social impact.
    – A Great Challenge requires a multi-disciplinary set of perspectives that transcend the sphere of medicine or science alone to begin to understand the issue’s full range of causes and impacts.

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