December 2, 2019
Welcome to the Society of Rogerian Scholars Web Site!
Please check out all the links above for information about the Society of Rogerian Scholars.
We welcome two new members to our Board, Dr. Jane Hopkins-Walsh Vice- President, and Dr. Amy Kenefick-Moore Director.
Save the Date for the SRS 2020 Annual Conference October 2,-4, 2020, more information coming soon from the 2020 SRS Conference Planning Committee.
The 2020 Nursing Theory Conference will be held in Cleveland Ohio at Case Western Reserve March 20-21. Here is the link to the conference website - https://nursingtheoryconference.com The theme of the 2020 conference is "Evolution from the scientist nurse to nursologist: Values and Vicissitudes." This theme is taken from a 1971 article by the eminent nurse scholar Rosemary Ellis, in which she urged nurses to approach the development of our discipline with a strong dedication to the science of our discipline: Ellis, R. (1970). VALUES AND VICISSITUDES OF THE SCIENTIST NURSE. Nursing Research, Vol. 19, pp. 440–444. https://doi.org/10.1097/00006199-
The 2020 conference will follow the pattern of the Case 2019 conference, with the addition of time for the Society of Rogerian Scholars to meet the first part of the afternoon on the 2nd day for theory-specific groups to meet see https://nursingtheoryconference.com/2020-program-at-a-glance/
Abstract submissions for the breakout sessions are due December 15th. The electronic form for submission are located here - https://nursingtheoryconference.com/2020-abstract-submission/ There is a reduced student registration fee of $145, which is available until February 15th. Early bird registration of $295 is available until February 15th; after that, the registration fee is $370. There is no on-site registration. (see https://nursingtheoryconference.com/registration/).
The planners of the 2020 Nursing Theory Conference are very excited about this because many theory-specific groups, such as our very own SRS, are eager to connect with members and potential new members. We welcomed three new members from the King International Collaborative Theory Conference that was recently held in Washington, DC.
Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science is inviting you to submit your manuscript to be blind peer-reviewed and published in Visions. Send your manuscript to Dorothy.Dunn@nau.edu. All accepted manuscripts are uploaded onto our SRS webpage and then indexed in CINAHL/EBSCO. You will find all publications since 1993 on the Journal link above along with the author guidelines.
We thank you for visiting with us, feel free to contact any Officers or Members of the Board of Directors with any suggestions or comments, we would love to hear from you!
- Dot Dunn
President of Society of Rogerian Scholars