The Art & Science of Respect by J. Prince on SpotifyWilliam J. As a point of intersection between nursing, the visual arts, and the performing arts, this intermediate or liminal space is precisely the space we can inhabit through multiple forms of practice, whether performative or visual. The current authors recently launched an artist-in-residence program between the Colleges of Nursing and Arts and Architecture at Penn State University. The residency centers on the art of caring for individuals amid some of life's most difficult experiences so that we might create a forceful interface at the nexus of the science and art of nursing. Our aim is the purposeful infusion of artistic representation into the science of nursing to establish new ways of understanding the complexities of living through altered states of health.
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Am J Occup Ther ;49 1 This article employs a metaphor of weaving in order to analyze, both historically and critically, the art and science of occupational therapy. These convictions are termed the warp and weft of occupational therapy. The warp of occupational therapy is defined as our philosophical belief that engagement in occupation can favorably influence health. The weft of occupational therapy is defined as our humanistic value of respect for the person.