Online Zoom Meeting
Please Note we are offering two Sessions to accommodate different time zones. The second session will be on the 19th in the evening at 7pm, est.
REGISTER for the 12th HERE
REGISTER for the 19th HERE
Registration closes on May 11th.
Join the International Association for Human Caring to discuss the journal publication:
Evolution of Watson's Human Caring Science in the Digital Age Authored by: Kathleen Sitzman PhD, RN
- Discussion and review led by the author
- Moderated by Shirley Gordon PhD, RN, AHN-BC, HWNC-BC, NCSN
- Journal article, discussion questions and link to participate sent in advance
- There is no cost to attend, but you must register in advance
FEATURED ARTICLE ABSTRACT:
The emergence of the digital age has expanded the role of the nurse to include frequent digital interactions with instructors, peers, patients, managers, organizations, communities, and beyond. Also, because digital resources provide expansive teaching/learning/sharing opportunities where challenges related to geography, proximity, time, language, culture, and economics do not preclude accessibility, new possibilities for establishing global caring/learning communities have emerged where transdisciplinary, multicultural, diverse cohorts from all over the world have opportunities to come together to learn about caring and share unique perspectives and experiences. Ten studies based on Watson’s human caring theory, all with a focus on teaching,conveying, and sustaining caring in online nursing classrooms, have validated the applicability and relevance of utilizing Jean Watson’s human caring theory to better understand the phenomenon of caring in digital settings.