Nursing theory and nursing ethics


Nursing Theorists and Their Work: review article. Nursing Philosophy 7(4), 275-280 (2006).  Nursing theorists

Gadow’s romanticism: science and poetry in postmodern nursing. Nursing Philosophy 5(2), 112-126 (2004).  Abstract

The Cartesian melodrama in nursing. Nursing Philosophy 3(3), 189-191 (2002).   Full text

Benner’s remnants: culture, tradition and everyday understanding. Journal of Advanced Nursing 38(6), 566-573 (2002).  Abstract

Asthma and dualism. Journal of Advanced Nursing 31, 1293-1299 (2000).   Abstract

Intuition and expertise: comments on the Benner debate. Journal of Advanced Nursing 23, 665-671 (1996).   Abstract

How not to clarify concepts in nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing 24, 572-578 (1996).   Abstract

Hope, positive illusions and palliative rehabilitation. Progress in Palliative Care 22(6), 358-362 (2014)   Abstract

Response to Read, Smith and Patterson on hope. Progress in Palliative Care (2014)

An archaeology of caring knowledge. Journal of Advanced Nursing 36(2), 188-198 (2001). Abstract

Caring as a slave morality: Nietzschean themes in nursing ethics. Journal of Advanced Nursing 40(1), 25-35 (2002).   Abstract

Virtues of autonomy: the Kantian ethics of care. Nursing Philosophy 3(2), 1330143 (2002).   Abstract

Heidegger and the ethics of care. Nursing Philosophy 1(1), 64-75 (2000).   Abstract

Care tactics: arguments, absences, and assumptions in relational ethics. Nursing Ethics 18(2), 243-254 (2011).

Past caring: the limits of one-to-one ethics. In Tschudin V, Davies A & De Raeve L (eds) Essentials of Teaching and Learning in Nursing Ethics: Perspectives and Methods. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, pp. 149-164 (2006).

Commentary on Finfgeld-Connett: Meta-synthesis of caring in nursing. Journal of Clinical Nursing 17, 1668-1669 (2008).   Full text

Commentary on Wiman & Wikblad: caring and uncaring encounters in nursing in an emergency department. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 122-123 (2005).   Full text

The discourse of moral suffering: a response to Peter et al. on the moral habitability of the nursing work environment. Journal of Advanced Nursing 47(4), 364-365 (2004).

Elisions in the field of caring: a response to Deary et al. Journal of Advanced Nursing 39(1), 103-105 (2002).   Full text