Schoenhofer

Schoenhofer, Savina O.

a nursing theorist who, with Anne Boykin, wrote Nursing as Caring: A Model for Transforming Practice, which postulates that caring is the end, not the means, of nursing.
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Boykin and Schoenhofer (2001) offer a useful framework to provide the contextual link between reality and caring.
The paper will draw a link between Rogerian Science of Unitary Human Beings (SUHB)(Rogers, 1970) and Nursing as Caring (NAC)(Boynkin & Schoenhofer, 2001) theories through the lens of compassion energy, a concept that may emerge during the nurses' presence with the patient.
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There is much discussion in the nursing and education literature regarding the use of stories (Heinrich, 1992; Boykin & Schoenhofer, 1991; Van Manen, 1990; Benner, 1991; Connelly and Clandinin, 1990; Vezeau, 1992; and Witherell & Noddings, 1991).
Jennifer Schoenhofer, President & CEO - Axis Teknologies
Narratives provide a context for organizing and communicating experiential knowledge, helping to integrate seemingly disparate aspects of one's experiences (Boykin & Schoenhofer, 1991).
In the following example, the cut-up program has been used to manipulate Tracey's story as it was first related by Maxwell (1994) and later used by Boykin and Schoenhofer in 1991.
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Boykin and Schoenhofer (8) have suggested that narratives provide a method of organizing and communicating nursing knowledge that helps assure "groundedness in the ontology of nursing" (p.