The purpose of this article is to propose Empowered Holistic Nursing Education (EHNE) as a midrange theory—developed through induction, explication, deduction, and retroduction—to help nurse educators teach holistically and create a student-centered classroom, to establish a theoretical basis for a nursing pedagogy reflecting nursing's foundational principles, and to guide future research. The model's 5 core concepts, how to use the model as a pedagogy for practice, and its application to research will be presented. Holistic nursing will be defined, and traditional holistic nursing, holistic pedagogy, and emancipatory pedagogy will each be described.
Love, Katie L., "A Midrange theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education: A pedagogy for a student-centered classroom" (2014). Nursing and Health Studies Faculty Publications. 103.
Love, K. (2014) A Midrange theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education: A pedagogy for a student-centered classroom. Creative Nursing, 20 (1), 47-58.