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December 2017 Vol. 12 No. 12
The December 2017 issue of American Nurse Today brings you part 2 of our trends and salary survey results. You’ll hear what your nurse colleagues have to say about bullying and incivility in the workplace, the steps they’ve taken to take better care of themselves, and what they see for the future of the profession. You’ll also learn what they find to be most challenging and most rewarding about their work. Some of their responses may ring a bell with you, which others may open your eyes to a new perspective. If you’re looking for some continuing education credits before the end of the year, the article this month focuses on community-acquired pneumonia (you can access other CNE articles here). Other clinical articles include sepsis and diabetes self-management. The article on what it means to be a nurse is particularly touching and inspiring. Other topics covered in this issue include service learning projects, hospice and palliative care, and board service.