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Our Readers Respond – Nurse managers workshops

In response to “A case study of a managers’ workshop” in the March 2015 issue: I currently work as a staff nurse and for...
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Our Readers Respond – Supporting the next generation of nurse leaders: Graduate Nursing Student...

Nurses are increasingly furthering their education with graduate degrees in research and clinical practice. From 2012 to 2013 alone, there have been momentous increases...

Letter to the Editor – Dedicated education units: An innovative model for clinical education

May 27, 2015 Lillee Smith Gelinas, Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Saver, HealthCom Media American Nurse Today Dear nursing colleagues, This feedback I offer about the article entitled ‘Dedicated education units: An...

Letter to the Editor: A case study of a managers’ workshop

Dear Editor: In response to “A case study of a managers’ workshop” March 2015 issue. I currently work as staff nurse and for the past...

Letter to the Editor – Recognizing Heart Failure Symptoms Can Improve Patient Self-Management

Dear Editor: Authors Sharon Vincent and Karen Mutsch discuss the increased incidence of heart failure in Americans ,and that by improving self management will promote...

Letter to the Editor – What nurses owe one another

Dear Editor, I am writing in response to Curtin’s article titled “What nurses owe one another”, published in Volume 10, Issue 3 of the March...

Letter to the Editor – What works: Physician and nurse rounding improve patient satisfaction

Dear Editor: I am writing in response to the article “What works: Physician and nurse rounding improve patient satisfaction” in the December 2014 volume 9,...

Letter to the Editor – How to increase unit-based shared governance participation and empowerment

Dear Editor, I am writing in response to an article titled "How to increase unit-based shared governance participation and empowerment", in the January 2015 edition...

Letter to the Editor – Creating high performance interprofessional teams

February 15, 2015 Lillee Gelinas, MSN, RN, FAAN Editor-In-Chief American Nurse Today myamericannurse.com Dear Editor, I am writing in response to the article entitled “Creating high performance interprofessional teams” by...

Our Readers Respond to “Do you hear what I hear? Combating alarm fatigue”

I wish to provide a different perspective on the article entitled “Do you hear what I hear? Combating alarm fatigue” written by Peggy A....

Our Readers Respond to “Synchronicity: Meeting Mother Teresa”

From Where I Stand in the November 2014 (Vol. 9, Issue 11) by Leah Curtin, “Synchronicity: Meeting Mother Teresa” was so moving. Thank you...

Our Readers Respond

How do we get into morally questionable situations? I love this article. As a current student in the nursing program, I find it incredibly important...

From our readers: Pack your bags: Preparing for a global health nursing experience

A nurse with overseas volunteer experience gives advice to those who want to follow in his footsteps.

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