Professional Identity in Nursing: Conceptual model, development of new knowledge
Author DetailsM. Lindell Joseph, PhD, RN, FAAN and Cole Edmonson, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAONL, FNAP, FAAN
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Professional Identity in Nursing is a “sense of oneself, and in relationship with others, that is influenced by characteristics, norms, and values of the nursing discipline, resulting in an individual thinking, acting, and feeling like a nurse.” This session will explore the development of a conceptual model for professional identity development and how this conceptual model contributes to the development of knowledge and research priorities for professional identity.
- Demonstrate nursing’s educational trajectory and scientific quest.
- Describe the methodology for evolution of model.
- Discuss implications of model based on socio ecological model.
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Repository Posting Date2020-10-22T18:34:41Z
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