Reflections: the Nursing Now Movement and Slow Nursing

  • Amanda Furlaneto Teixeira Department of Nursing, Padre Anchieta University Center, Jundiaí, São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Bruno Vilas Boas Dias Department of Nursing, Padre Anchieta University Center, Campo Limpo Paulista University Center, Campo Limpo Paulista, Jundiaí, São Paulo, Brazil.
Keywords: Patients, Education, Nursing and History of Nursing.


Introduction: Defining nursing and understanding the role of nurses in the most diverse scenarios is not an easy task. As society evolves, nursing is inserted and integrated into new contexts.

Objective: Present a brief reflection on topics related to nursing in the light of today.

Method: Bibliographic review research with a historical background of the last three years (2017 to 2020) on the themes Nursing Now movement and Slow Nursing. The search source used was the academic google and Scientific Electronic Libary Online (Scielo).

Results: Slow Nursing challenges all the agility and haste of the service currently provided and Nursing Now seeks empowerment and global dissemination of nurses' actions.

Conclusion: The themes presented provoke nurses to reflect deeply on how they occupy their spaces in the health area, through technologies and informatization.