Journal of Nursing Education

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Guest Editorial 

Ethical Knowing and Nursing Education

E. Carol Polifroni, EdD, RN, CNAA, BC

Abstract

EXCERPT

Chinn and Kramer’s (2003) elucidation of Carper’s (1978) ways of knowing provides the framework for this guest editorial. Ethical knowing, as one of four fundamental patterns and ways of knowing, relates to all nurses in all kinds of nursing practice wherein praxis is operationalized.

AUTHOR

E. Carol Polifroni, EdD, RN, CNAA, BC is Interim Dean, University of Connecticut School of Nursing, Storrs, Connecticut.

Abstract

EXCERPT

Chinn and Kramer’s (2003) elucidation of Carper’s (1978) ways of knowing provides the framework for this guest editorial. Ethical knowing, as one of four fundamental patterns and ways of knowing, relates to all nurses in all kinds of nursing practice wherein praxis is operationalized.

AUTHOR

E. Carol Polifroni, EdD, RN, CNAA, BC is Interim Dean, University of Connecticut School of Nursing, Storrs, Connecticut.

EXCERPT

Chinn and Kramer’s (2003) elucidation of Carper’s (1978) ways of knowing provides the framework for this guest editorial. Ethical knowing, as one of four fundamental patterns and ways of knowing, relates to all nurses in all kinds of nursing practice wherein praxis is operationalized.

AUTHOR

E. Carol Polifroni, EdD, RN, CNAA, BC is Interim Dean, University of Connecticut School of Nursing, Storrs, Connecticut.

10.3928/01484834-20070101-01

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