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Now in its third edition, Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives for Advanced Nursing Practice has established itself as one of the few texts that successfully explores the healthy discourse surrounding nursing theory, research, and practice. A collection of 26 classic and contemporary articles selected by Janet Kenney, the text is divided into six parts that address the discipline and the development of nursing knowledge; the history and evolution of nursing science; the concepts of the metaparadigm; contemporary perspectives of nursing; and the interrelationships between nursing theory, research, and practice.

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Editorial Reviews

Elaine E. Stashinko
This book is a collection of 33 classic articles by nurse leaders; 19 chapters were from the first edition (1996) and 14 new articles by nurse scholars were added for this second edition. The purposes are to assist graduate nurses to understand the historical, philosophical, and theoretical foundations and the evolution of nursing science and how the dynamic nature of the nursing paradigm influences practice and research. This book is targeted toward graduate nurses and advanced practice nursing students, but is also appropriate for doctoral level study in nursing. The editor is a credible authority in nursing theory and the chapter contributors are well known past and present nursing scholars. The book is organized into eight parts, each with an overview describing the essence of the chapters. Part I includes classic historical and contemporary articles describing the nursing discipline and development of knowledge. Part II chapters focus on the history, evolution, and nature of nursing science. Parts III through VI focus on paradigms prevalent in nursing science and the definitions and meanings of the four metaparadigm concepts in nursing -- person, environment, health, and nursing. Parts VII and VIII present a discussion of the interrelationships among nursing theory, research, and practice. This volume is a compilation of often-cited, scholarly articles and is useful for graduate and doctoral level courses focusing on nursing theory and knowledge development. This volume may be compared with Nicoll's Perspectives on Nursing Theory, 3rd Edition (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1997) which also contains seminal papers by nurse scholars on nursing theory. While Nicoll's volume containsmore historical articles and is more comprehensive, this book has more recent and timely additions and more attention to diverse perspectives such as the feminist and environmental paradigms. There is some duplication of key classic articles between these two volumes; however, neither book is exhaustive and both stimulate thinking, organize significant papers, and uniquely contribute to discipline-specific knowledge and scholarly dialogue about the interrelationships among theory, research, and practice in nursing.
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Reviewer: Elaine E. Stashinko, PhD, RN (Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing)
Description: This book is a collection of 33 classic articles by nurse leaders; 19 chapters were from the first edition (1996) and 14 new articles by nurse scholars were added for this second edition.
Purpose: The purposes are to assist graduate nurses to understand the historical, philosophical, and theoretical foundations and the evolution of nursing science and how the dynamic nature of the nursing paradigm influences practice and research.
Audience: This book is targeted toward graduate nurses and advanced practice nursing students, but is also appropriate for doctoral level study in nursing. The editor is a credible authority in nursing theory and the chapter contributors are well known past and present nursing scholars.
Features: The book is organized into eight parts, each with an overview describing the essence of the chapters. Part I includes classic historical and contemporary articles describing the nursing discipline and development of knowledge. Part II chapters focus on the history, evolution, and nature of nursing science. Parts III through VI focus on paradigms prevalent in nursing science and the definitions and meanings of the four metaparadigm concepts in nursing:person, environment, health, and nursing. Parts VII and VIII present a discussion of the interrelationships among nursing theory, research, and practice.
Assessment: This volume is a compilation of often-cited, scholarly articles and is useful for graduate and doctoral level courses focusing on nursing theory and knowledge development. This volume may be compared with Nicoll's Perspectives on Nursing Theory, 3rd Edition (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1997) which also contains seminal papers by nurse scholars on nursing theory. While Nicoll's volume contains more historical articles and is more comprehensive, this book has more recent and timely additions and more attention to diverse perspectives such as the feminist and environmental paradigms. There is some duplication of key classic articles between these two volumes; however, neither book is exhaustive and both stimulate thinking, organize significant papers, and uniquely contribute to discipline-specific knowledge and scholarly dialogue about the interrelationships among theory, research, and practice in nursing.
From The Critics
A collection of 26 classic and contemporary articles, this text is divided into sections addressing the discipline and development of nursing knowledge, the history and evolution of nursing science, the concepts of the metaparadigm, contemporary perspectives of nursing, and the interrelationships among nursing theory, research, and practice. Contemporary articles challenge students' thinking on issues such as evidence-based practice, critical thinking, and traditional concepts of health and nursing. Classic articles engage students in controversial questions still debated today. This third edition contains new section introductions. The editor teaches nursing at Arizona State University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Booknews
Designed for nursing students with a high tolerance for the term , this textbook emphasizes the historical, philosophical, and theoretical foundation and evolution of nursing science. Topics of the 33 articles (14 of which are new) include how social, political, and economic factors influence environment; several scholars' and nurses' unique definitions of health; the paradigm shift toward a humanistic nursing science; and the interrelationships between nursing theory, research, and practice. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780763718589
  • Publisher: Jones & Barlett Learning
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Series: Academic Textbooks Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Authors / Contributors
Pt. I The Nursing Discipline and Develop of Knowledge 1
1 Structuring Nursing Knowledge: A Priority for Creating Nursing's Future 5
2 The Discipline of Nursing 10
3 Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing 22
4 Multiple Paradigms of Nursing Science 31
5 Aspects of "Reality" and Ways of Knowing in Nursing: In Search of an Integrating Paradigm 47
Pt. II History and Evolution of Nursing Science 57
6 Professionalism and the Evolution of Nursing as a Discipline: A Feminist Perspective 61
7 Debunking Myths in Nursing Theory and Research
8 What Constitutes Nursing Science 85
9 Nursing Science in the Global Community 89
Pt. III Nursing's Metaparadigm: Conceptualization of Nursing and Health 99
10 Nursing and the Next Millennium 103
11 Nursing: The Ontology of the Discipline 115
12 A Dialectical Examination of Nursing Art 123
13 Relational Narrative: The Postmodern Turn of Nursing Ethics 137
14 Expressing Health through Lifestyle Patterns 149
15 Being and Becoming Healthy: The Core of Nursing Knowledge 161
Pt. IV Nursing's Metaparadigm: Conceptualization of Client and Environment 173
16 An Integrative Framework for Conceptualizing Clients: A Proposal for a Nursing Perspective in the New Century 177
17 Thinking Upstream: Nurturing a Conceptual Understanding of the Societal Context of Health Behavior 185
18 Environmental Paradigms: Moving Toward an Ecocentric Perspective 193
Pt. V Contemporary Perspectives of Nursing 203
19 The State of Nursing Science: Hallmarks of the 20th and 21st Century 207
20 Nursing Knowledge and Human Science: Ontological and Epistemological Considerations 215
21 Esthetic and Personal Knowing through Humanistic Nursing 229
22 A Multiparadigm Approach to Nursing 237
Pt. VI Interrelationships among Nursing Theory, Research, and Practice 249
23 A Nursing Perspective on the Interrelationships between Theory, Research, and Practice 253
24 Evidence-Based Practice: Critique and Alternative View 261
25 Critical Thinking and Theory-based Practice 269
26 Theory-based Advanced Nursing Practice 275
Index 293
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