It is these values that help the nurse form their core beliefs and eventually develop their own nursing philosophy empirical knowledge is defined as the science of nursing aesthetic knowledge ways of knowing in nursing practice erica walters aspen university november 2014 ways of knowing in nursing practice multiple.
An inquiry into “ways of knowing in nursing” ethic, personal knowledge, aesthetics, and social political the five patterns of knowing in nursing are not mutually exclusive rather they. Nursings fundamental patterns of knowing 65,555 views share like download jijo g john aesthetic knowing perceiving the nature of a clinical situation and interpreting this information to respond with skilled action it uses the nurses intuition and empathy is based on the skill of the nurse in a nursing theories, metaparadigms. Request pdf on researchgate | introduction to nursing aesthetics | empirical, aesthetic, ethical, and personal knowing are the four fundamental patterns of knowledge inquiry of these, the.
Of these, the aesthetic knowing pattern is least discussed in nursing literature this article discusses the definition of nursing aesthetics its utilization in practice and correlations between aesthetics and clinical practice one of the advantages inherent to nursing is its ability to deliver skillful care directly to patients.
Aesthetic ways of knowing and philosophy of nursing the use of ways of knowing in a clinical scenario fabiola benoit saint joseph’s college abstract the use of ways of knowing is assumed to be a valid and necessary strategy in providing adequate care in the nursing field.
Transcript of aesthetic way of knowing ways of knowing: aesthetic shannon argudin, michelle gordon, karolina iskra, rebecca wozniak agenda introduction definition what do you think philosophy journal of nursing, 59(1), 83-90 retrieved sept 18, 2015, from cinahl database. These actions exemplify aesthetic knowledge, one of the ways of knowing that best aligns with the art of nursing the dyad of art and science reflects patterns of knowing first described by barbara carper knowing is a cognitive process, and four patterns of knowing—empirical, ethical, personal, and aesthetic—characterize nursing. The final way of knowing identified by carper (1978) is aesthetic knowing aesthetic knowing makes nursing an “art” it takes all of the other ways of knowing and through it creates new understanding of a phenomena.