Send a Letter to the Editor
Please consider sending an electronic Letter to the Editor to share your opinion on American Nurse Journal content.
What are the guidelines for letter submissions?
Letters should be fewer than 275 words and take as their starting point an article published in American Nurse Journal in the past 2 months. Letters should be exclusive to American Nurse Journal and not submitted to or published in any other media. They must include the writer’s full name. Anonymous letters and letters written under pseudonyms will not be considered. Writers should disclose any personal or financial interest in the subject matter of their letters. Letters should not contain attachments.
Letters are screened prior to approval for posting; not all will be posted. We do not respond to requests for medical or legal advice. No material is intended to be a substitute for professional medical and legal advice.
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