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Point of care: Be a detective, not a judge
By Michael C. LaFerney | 1/19/2017
Not everything we call depression is depression.
From the editor: The power of decision
By James E. Mattson | 1/12/2017
Is this the year?
From the editor: Friends
By James E. Mattson | 12/22/2016
You have to work at making some friends.
From the editor: Fake news alert!
By James E. Mattson | 11/29/2016
Coming to a computer near you: All the news fit—or not fit—to make up.
From the editor: Servant leader, the kind of leader you want to follow
By James E. Mattson | 10/28/2016
It is easier to follow a servant leader than a self-serving one.
From the editor: We need each other
By James E. Mattson | 9/26/2016
Interprofessional appreciation is good for healthcare.
Patients and nurses need to reconnect with nature
By Michael C. LaFerney | 9/1/2016
You thought you had five senses? Make that 54.
From the editor: Fantasy Island
By James E. Mattson | 8/30/2016
Nurse researchers must be truth seekers.
By Patricia E Thompson | 8/24/2016
Next step, analysis of data gathered at regional meetings.
Influence through philanthropy: Giving back to pay it forward
By Jerico G. Alicante | 7/26/2016
To derive genuine pleasure from generosity, one needs to be properly motivated.
Influence through philanthropy: What philanthropy looks like
By Tonny van de Pasch | 7/7/2016
The joy of giving comes from feeling that one is doing the right thing.
Influence through lifelong learning: I developed leadership skills I didn’t think I’d ever have!
By Nomvuzo W. Diamini | 7/1/2016
Influence through lifelong learning: Academy participant empowers others.
Influence through policy: Four steps YOU can take
By Kaitlin Olson | 6/10/2016
ISBAR and the nursing process are excellent policy-advocacy tools.
Influence through policy: Nurses have a unique role
By Sheila A. Burke | 6/2/2016
Why policy matters to me. What YOU can do to help shape policy.
Influence through advocacy: Raising awareness, advancing change
By Anne Hofmeyer | 4/22/2016
Identify causes, issues, or needs where YOU can exert influence.
Influence through advocacy, policy, lifelong learning, and philanthropy
By Catherine “Cathy” D. Catrambone | 4/18/2016
President Catrambone reviews her call to action.
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