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There are a number of people whose contribution to the development of Rogerian science is considerable. There is always the great risk, when naming people and work, of leaving some out. The following cannot be comprehensive, but I'll have a go at identifying work that should be regarded as central to the development of Rogerian science.  This page lists some of the work of Howard Butcher and particularly the development of the Unitary Field Pattern Portrait method of inquiry, main references to the practical application of the science of unitary human beings, unitary pattern appreciation, developed by Richard Cowling and a selection of main references to the significant work of Elizabeth A. E. Barrett.  Other entries, that will hopefully follow soon, could include the work of Martha Rogers herself and John Phillips.


The work of W. Richard Cowling III:

On unitary pattern appreciation practice methodology and associated texts:

W. Richard Cowling

Barrett, E.A.M., Cowling, W. R., Carboni, J.T., & Butcher, H.K. (1997). Unitary perspectives on methodological practices. In M. Madrid (Ed.), Patterns of Rogerian knowing, (pp. 47 - 62). New York: National League for Nursing.
Broad, C.D. (1953). Religion. philosophy and psychical research. New York: Harcourt, Brace.
Cowling, W.R. (In Press). Unitary case method. Nursing Science Quarterly.
Cowling, W. R. (1997). Unitary pattern appreciation: The unitary science/practice of reaching for essence. In M. Madrid (Ed.), Patterns of Rogerian knowing, (pp. 129 - 143). New York : National League for Nursing.
Cowling, W. R. (1993a). Unitary practice: Revisionary assumptions. In M. S. Parker (Ed.), Nursing theories in practice. Vol.2 (pp. 199-212). New York: National League for Nursing
Cowling, W.R. (1993b). Unitary knowing in nursing practice. Nursing Science Quarterly. 6. 201-207.
Cowling, W. R. (1990). A template for unitary pattern-based nursing practice. In E. A. Barrett (Ed.), Visions of Rogers' science-based nursing pp.45-65. New York: National League for Nursing.
Gardner, W.H. (1963). Poems and prose of Gerard Manley Hopkins. London: Penguin.
LeShan, L., & Margenau, H. (1982). Einstein's space and Van Gogh's sky: Physical reality and beyond. New York: Macmillan.
Moss, R. (1995). The second miracle: Intimacy. spirituality. and conscious relationships. Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.
Murphy, M. (1992). The future of the body: Explorations into the further evolution of human nature. Los Angeles: Tarcher.
Reason, P. (Ed.). (1988). Human inquiry in action: Developments in new paradigm research. London: Sage.
Roberts, G. (1994). Gerard Manley Hopkins: A literary life. New York: St. Martin's.
Rogers, M.E. (1992). Nursing science and the space age. Nursing Science Quarterly. 5. 27-33.
Schaef, A.W. (1992). Beyond therapy. beyond science. New York: Harper Collins.


The work of Elizabeth A. M. Barrett:

On Power and the Science of Unitary Human Beings

 
Elizabeth Barrett

Barrett, E.A.M. (1986). The principle of helicy: The relationship of human field motion and power. In V.M. Malinski (Ed.). Explorations on Martha Rogers' science of unitary human beings (pp. 173-188). Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1988). Using Rogers' science of unitary human beings in nursing practice. Nursing Science Quarterly, 1, 50-51.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1989). A nursing theory of power for nursing practice: Derivation from Rogers' paradigm. In J. Riehl (Ed.). Conceptual models for nursing practice (3rd ed.) (pp. 207-217). Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1990a). An instrument to measure power as knowing participation in change. In O. Strickland & C. Waltz (Eds.), The measurement of nursing outcomes: Measuring client self-care and coping skills (Vol. 4) (pp. 159-180). New York: Springer.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1990b). Health patterning with clients in a private practice environment. In E.A.M. Barrett (Ed.), Visions of Rogers' science-based nursing (pp. 105-115). New York: National League for Nursing.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1992). Innovative imagery: A health patterning modality for nursing practice. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 10, 154-165.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1994). Rogerian scientists, artists,revolutionaries. In M. Madrid & E.A.M. Barrett (Eds.), Rogers' scientific art of nursing practice (pp. 61-80). New York: National League for Nursing.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1998a). Unique nursing research methods: The diversity chant of pioneers. Nursing Science Quarterly, 11 , 94-96.
Barrett, E.A.M. (1998b). A Rogerian practice methodology for health patterning. Nursing Science Quarterly, 11 , 136-138.
Barrett, E.A.M. (in press). Update on a Measure of Power as Knowing Participation in Change. In O.L.Strickland & C. DiIorio (Eds.), Measurement of Nursing Outcomes: Focus on the Patient/Client Outcomes. New York: Springer.
Barrett, E.A.M., Caroselli, C., Sullivan Smith, A. & Woods Smith, D. (1997). Power as knowing participation in change: Theoretical, practice, and methodological issues, insights, and ideas. In M. Madrid (Ed.), Patterns of Rogerian knowing (pp. 31-46). New York: National League for Nursing.
Caroselli, C. & Barrett, E.A.M. (1998). A review of the power as knowing participation in change literature. Nursing Science Quarterly, 11, 9-16.


The work of Howard Butcher:

References on research methodology and methods and other issues arising from the SUHB:

Howard Butcher

Butcher H.K. (1994) A Unitary Field Pattern Portrait of Dispiritedness in Later Life. (Doctoral Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1994) Dissertation Abstracts International. University Microfilms International, 55 (11), 4784-B. Order Number DA9508120.
Butcher, H.K. (1998). Crystallizing the Phases of the Unitary Field Pattern Portrait Research Method. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 6, 13-26.
Butcher, H.K. (1998). Weaving a theoretical Tapestry of pandimensionality: Deep connectedness in the multiverse. Visions: The Journal Of Rogerian Nursing Science, 6, 51-55.
Butcher, H.K. (1997). In search of unitary sympathetic vibrations: A response to Parse's Investing in the legacy: Martha E. Rogers' voice will not be silenced. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 5, 12-18.
Butcher, H.K. (1997). Creative realitying: Hozho, bringing forth a world, and mutual process. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 5, 29-32.
Butcher, H. (1997). Energy field disturbance. In G. K. McFarland and E. A. McFarlane (Eds). Nursing diagnosis & Intervention: Planning for patient care. Third Edition. (pp. 22-33). St. Louis: Mosby.
Barrett, E.A.M., Cowling, W.R., Caraboni, J. & Butcher, H. (1997). Unitary perspectives on methodological practices. In M. Madrid (Ed.) Patterns of knowing Rogerian nursing science. (pp. 47-62). New York: NLN.
Butcher, H. (1996). A unitary field pattern portrait of dispiritedness in later life. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Science, 4, 41-58.
Butcher, H. K. (1994). The unitary field pattern portrait method: Development of research method within Rogers' science of unitary human beings. In M. Madrid and E.A.M. Barrett (Eds.). Rogers's scientific art of nursing practice (pp. 397-429). New York: NLN.
Butcher, H. K. (1993). Kaleidoscoping in life's turbulence: From Seurat's art to Rogers' nursing science. In. M. Parker (Ed.). Patterns of Nursing Theories in Practice (pp. 183-198). New York: NLN.

 

 

 

 
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