Phenomenological and Hermeneutic Approaches to Inquiry
An opportunity to explore assumptions and values underlying selected approaches to interpretive inquiry: hermeneutics and phenomenology. Focuses on the philosophical and methodological underpinnings of interpretive thinking/practice/research through readings/conversation of interpretive texts. The practice of developing interpretive writing/thinking is an important part of this process. Students will participate in a project that provides an experience for the generation and interpretation of text, related to their area of practice/research interest.
Prerequisites: NURS 508 or permission of the department.
Graduate course in the Nursing, Advanced Practice: Nurse Leadership Option program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.