The Ethical Comportment and Formation Apprenticeship Part 3: “Nursing Ethics as Evident in Early Writings on Ethics for Nursing Education”

  Patricia Benner, R.N. Ph.D., FAAN Copyright September 20, 2021 Provisions of the 2015 ANA CODE OF ETHICS:  American Nurses Association, Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements 2015. Marsha Fowler, Lead Co-Writer, committee “Historian and Code Scholar” Provision 1: The nurse practices with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and unique attributes of …

Sarah Shannon Speaking

Health Impact Update pt. 1 – The Ethical Comportment and Formation Apprenticeship Part 1: featuring Dr. Sarah Shannon

  We are featuring video selections on by leaders who are noted nurse educators that are drawn from their presentations on the three professional apprenticeships. We begin with Dr.  Sarah Shannon, on the subject of ethics in nursing education. She talks about the difference between professional ethics and bioethics, engaging students,  and helping them …

The Three Universal Professional Apprenticeships: The Ethical Comportment and Formation Apprenticeship featuring Dr. Sarah Shannon

  Patricia Benner, R N. Ph.D., FAAN copyright July 2021, “I’m guessing that many of you teach ethics and it’s either your least favorite or most favorite course…I’m here to talk with you about how to make it your most favorite course.” Sarah Shannon We are featuring video selections on by leaders who …

Science, Art, Aesthetics and Ethics; The Necessity of Openness and Compassion in Nursing

  Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN Copyright February, 2020 With the next two articles in February and March, we hope to re-invigorate the dialogue about the art and science of nursing with contributions by two outstanding Norwegian scholars, Dr. Kari Martinsen and Dr. Eva Gjengedal. Nursing as art and science might have once …

Diane Pestolesi coaching volleyball

Diane Pestolesi: Coaching

  Diane Pestolesi’s metaphor is coaching. This opens up possibilities for situated teaching and learning in actual clinical practice.  She asks questions, assesses students’ approaches and practical understandings, and offers situated coaching.  

Lisa Day bird watching

Lisa Day: Bird Watching

  Lisa Day’s metaphor of bird watching challenges her to be attentive, engaged and curious. She is comfortable with long pauses, waiting for students to show up. She learns from them rather than only imposing her ideas and information.  

Marye Fuqua and Dr. Benner talking

Precepting for Autonomy, Nurse Patient Relationships, Clinical Imagination, Time Management, Teamwork and Curiosity

  Copyright May 8, 2019 Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN We continue to examine the teaching and learning required by all new graduate nurses; how preceptors transmit local knowledge, engage in situated coaching, and role model nurse-patient caring relationships that are respectful, discerning, and attuned. Here we focus on preceptor Marye Fuqua, who is a …