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    The role of philosophy in the development and practice of nursing: Past, present and future.Miriam Bender, Pamela J. Grace, Catherine Green, Jane Hopkins-Walsh, Marit Kirkevold, Olga Petrovskaya, Esma D. Paljevic & Derek Sellman - 2021 - Nursing Philosophy 22 (4):e12363.
    This article summarizes a virtual live‐streamed panel event that occurred in August 2020 and was cosponsored by the International Philosophy of Nursing Society (IPONS) and the University of California, Irvine's Center for Nursing Philosophy. The event consisted of a series of three self‐contained panel discussions focusing on the past, present and future of IPONS and was moderated by the current Chair of IPONS, Catherine Green. The first panel discussion explored the history of IPONS and the journal Nursing Philosophy. The second (...)
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    Person‐specific evidence has the ability to mobilize relational capacity: A four‐step grounded theory developed in people with long‐term health conditions.Vibeke Zoffmann, Rikke Jørgensen, Marit Graue, Sigrid Normann Biener, Anna Lena Brorsson, Cecilie Holm Christiansen, Mette Due-Christensen, Helle Enggaard, Jeanette Finderup, Josephine Haas, Gitte Reventlov Husted, Maja Tornøe Johansen, Katja Lisa Kanne, Beate-Christin Hope Kolltveit, Katrine Wegmann Krogslund, Silje S. Lie, Anna Olinder Lindholm, Emilie H. S. Marqvorsen, Anne Sophie Mathiesen, Mette Linnet Olesen, Bodil Rasmussen, Mette Juel Rothmann, Susan Munch Simonsen, Sara Huld Sveinsdóttir Tackie, Lise Bjerrum Thisted, Trang Minh Tran, Janne Weis & Marit Kirkevold - 2023 - Nursing Inquiry 30 (3):e12555.
    Person‐specific evidence was developed as a grounded theory by analyzing 20 selected case descriptions from interventions using the guided self‐determination method with people with various long‐term health conditions. It explains the mechanisms of mobilizing relational capacity by including person‐specific evidence in shared decision‐making. Person‐specific self‐insight was the first step, achieved as individuals completed reflection sheets enabling them to clarify their personal values and identify actions or omissions related to self‐management challenges. This step paved the way for sharing these insights and (...)
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    Personhood: Philosophies, applications and critiques in healthcare.Joakim Öhlén, Ida Björkman, Elin Siira & Marit Kirkevold - 2022 - Nursing Philosophy 23 (3):e12400.
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    Unfolding the invisible of the visible: gendered constructions of patient participation.Christina Foss & Marit Kirkevold - 2008 - Nursing Inquiry 15 (4):299-308.
    The article draws attention to the unexploited potentials in using visuals within nursing research and especially in using visuals as data. Initially, the authors give a brief description of what is meant by visual research methods and present a short overview of the different approaches that are possible. Visual methodologies are situated within different theoretical frames, often within a postmodern framework. We present a study using a postmodern approach inspired by the works of Foucault. The study demonstrates the possibilities inherent (...)
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    Truth and validity in grounded theory – a reconsidered realist interpretation of the criteria: fit, work, relevance and modifiability.Kirsten Lomborg & Marit Kirkevold - 2003 - Nursing Philosophy 4 (3):189-200.
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    A feminist perspective on stroke rehabilitation: the relevance of de Beauvoir's theory.Kari Kvigne & Marit Kirkevold - 2002 - Nursing Philosophy 3 (2):79-89.
    The dominant view of women has changed radically during the last century. These changes have had an important impact on the way of life of women in general and, undoubtedly, on women as patients. So far, gender differences have received little attention when developing healthcare services. Stroke hits a great number of elderly women. Wyller et al. found that women seemed to be harder hit by stroke than men; they achieved lower scores in tests of motor, cognitive and ADL functions, (...)
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    Striving to be in close proximity to the patient: An interpretive descriptive study of nursing practice from the perspectives of clinically experienced registered nurses.Frida Lundin Gurné, Eva Lidén, Eva Jakobsson Ung, Marit Kirkevold, Joakim Öhlén & Sofie Jakobsson - 2021 - Nursing Inquiry 28 (2):e12387.
    This paper explores essential characteristics of current nursing practice from the perspectives of clinically experienced registered nurses in various fields of health care in Sweden. Nursing practice has been the subject of much debate in the past and because of its complexity as well as continuous changes in society it is important to continue the debate. A qualitative study, including 16 group interviews with altogether 74 participants, was conducted. Nursing practice was viewed as a multifaceted field. The participants struggled to (...)
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