The unrecognized paradigm shift in nursing: implications, problems, and possibilities.

Abstract:

:An important paradigm (or worldview) shift is occurring in science that affects the nature of nursing education, practice, and research. The shift from positivism to postmodernism and now to neomodernism has received little attention in US nursing and as such may forestall many opportunities related to such change. The nature of this paradigm shift and its effects on selected aspects of nursing education, practice, and research are described, and related implications, problems, and possibilities are explored. Neomodernism is discussed as one future for nursing that encompasses aspects of both positivism and postmodernism but yet goes beyond these to include important metanarratives as traditional values and beliefs of nursing. The work of Laudan and Lakatos are explored as supportive of this neomodernist approach.

journal_name

Nurs Outlook

journal_title

Nursing outlook

authors

Whall AL,Hicks FD

doi

10.1067/mno.2002.121730

keywords:

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2002-03-01 00:00:00

pages

72-6

issue

2

eissn

0029-6554

issn

1528-3968

pii

S0029655402494225

journal_volume

50

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