Moving Beyond the Problem: Using Cultural Theory to Transform Nursing Education and Practice
This paper will describe, illustrate and critique a transformative model of teaching nursing using critical social theory.
||Critical Social Theory, Nursing Education, Transformative Learning
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.71-80.
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Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.807MB).
Associate Professor Margaret McAllister is widely published in education and nursing and has recently produced a book on solution focused nursing. She has particular expertise in therapeutic responses to self-injury and in critical social theory.She is a registered nurse, with psychiatric nursing endorsement, a fellow of the ANZCMHN, and a member of the Australian Association for Research in Education. Margaret has degrees in cultural theory, political science and education. Currently Margaret teaches psychosocial and mental health, supervises 4 PhD students and is working on a book on clinical education.
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