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Editor’s blog: RNews Digest, another reason to adopt the RNL habit

RNL with your coffee. Fewer calories than a donut!

By James E. Mattson
Since October, readers of Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) have noticed a new feature of the magazine’s RNews section. In addition to articles published specifically for RNL readers—sometimes showcasing members of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI)—we’re now linking readers to a weekly collection of news and perspectives important to RNs and the profession of nursing, gathered from sources around the world. We call it RNews Digest.
 
As proud as we are of our magazine and the information it provides for members of STTI, we recognize we don’t have a corner on all things nursing. So, giving credit where credit is due, we link you to other sources: perhaps The Philadelphia Inquirer; an interesting item from a newsletter for nurses; useful content from a peer-reviewed journal; or a thought-provoking blog post. Jane Palmer, assistant editor of RNL, compiles this useful resource.
 
It’s easy to access—no sign-in requirement—and easy to digest. It takes only a minute or two to check out each week. (It’s typically posted on Friday afternoons.) No guarantees on the time factor, though. In accessing the magazine to review RNews Digest, there’s a good chance you’ll find something else of interest to you and, if you choose to linger a few minutes, pour yourself another cup of coffee and rest your feet awhile longer, that’s entirely up to you. By all means, do not feel rushed!
 
Don’t miss a single posting of RNL
New RNL content is posted virtually every day. To make sure you don’t miss anything, I encourage you to sign up now for RSS-feed or e-mail notification of this and other newly published RNL content. To get started, check out the “Stay connected” section in the upper right corner of RNL’s home page. Option 1, “Subscribe via reader or e-mail,” is actually two options, two ways to stay informed about newly posted content. Subscribe via e-mail, and you’ll be notified when the news is still news. Subscribe in a reader, and a link to new content will be there, just waiting for you to check it out. RNL
 
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