American Nurse Journal is providing a summary of resources related to COVID-19 and the virus that causes it—severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)—that might be helpful to nurses. We encourage nurses to check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) websites on a regular basis for the latest information.

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Nurse Viewpoints

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Beyond Pandemic Virtual Roundtable

Looking beyond the pandemic: A virtual roundtable

The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, but many are starting to ponder its lasting effects on nursing. The editorial team at American Nurse...

Beyond the pandemic: Looking forward

How a global health crisis has changed nursing. It’s hard to believe we’ve been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic for more than 18 months. Nursing...

An epidemic amidst a pandemic: A call for self-care for nurses

The World Health Organization recognized 2020 (extended to 2021) as the Year of the Nurse, and nurses have certainly showed up! Amid the global...

American Nurse Journal Articles

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COVID-19 diagnostic testing

Nurse knowledge can improve test administration, ensure efficacy, and increase result accuracy Takeaways: • Three COVID-19 diagnostic testing methods are available: molecular, antigen, and antibody. • Each...

Nurse heroes of the Pandemic

Nurses share a common theme: Hope. Be prepared, be strong, and don’t panic Crystal Davis Campbell, BSN, RN Staff nurse, medical ICU, Vidant Medical Center Greenville, North Carolina             Crystal...

How transformational leaders address fear amid COVID-19

You can provide the guidance nurses need. Editor’s note: This is an early release of an article that will appear in the March 2021 issue...

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