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Age in publishing: What’s in a name?

Elderly, seniors, aged — what’s the right terminology to use when writing about, well, older people? It’s worth considering this…
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Be your own nurse: Forgiveness

COVID-19 has taught us many lessons. Some of those lessons are painful and some are hopeful. In the time of…
Heal Well

Food for thought: Heal well

As nurses, we often say to our patients, “Good luck at home” or “Take care and good luck.” Luck—it’s a…
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New report on predatory journals

A new international report on predatory journals tells an alarming tale—the organizations behind these journals are becoming more sophisticated, making…
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Powerful posters

Posters are an excellent way to disseminate your work, including research studies and quality improvement and evidence-based practice projects. Presenting…
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Questioning the nursing stereotype

We have all seen the well-deserved outpouring of public support for frontline workers in the COVID-19 pandemic, and in many…
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Sense of Duty

Immanuel Kant believed that no action was moral unless performed out of a sense of duty or obligation. Even the…
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Sense of honor

Honor encompasses an array of individual characteristics. Some call it character. Words such as dignity and basic decency arise. Honor…
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Septic relationships

In the emergency department, we’re well trained to recognize the signs and symptoms of serious infections—infections that start from an…
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The Conversation Project

Have you ever needed to have a difficult conversation with someone about something very important but avoided it because of…
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The wonder of lifelong learning

I’m a nurse educator and educating others (really, being educated by others) is my greatest joy in life. Every time…
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What are reference formats?

When I speak to novice writers, one of the topics that frequently comes up is how to format references in…

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