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AJN in May: Night-Shift Naps, Intrathecal Cancer Pain Relief, Teaching Nurses to Write, More

On this month’s cover is A Maid Asleep (1656–57) by the Dutch master Johannes Vermeer. We chose this painting to call attention to the issue of sleepiness in nurses who work the night shift, which is explored in this month’s Original Research article. 397 more words

Nursing Perspective

‘Do You Consider Yourself Healthy?’ Study Sheds Light on RNs’ Lifestyle Practices

By Sylvia Foley, AJN senior editor

Over the past decade, the lifestyle practices of nurses and their connection to quality of care and patient outcomes have been gaining attention. 351 more words

Nursing Perspective

RCN International Nursing Research Conference - Day 2

Reading Professor Gary Rolfe’s work can sometimes be a little challenging but it was fascinating to hear so much sense in the keynote lecture that started Day 2 of the Conference. 609 more words

Annual International Nursing Research Conference

RCN International Nursing Research Conference - Day 1

The RCN’s International Nursing Research Conference is the UK’s largest conference focusing on Nursing Research and research undertaken by nurses. This year the Conference is being hosted by Edinburgh and has again attracted delegates from around the world. 631 more words

Annual International Nursing Research Conference

‘Less Codes, Less Death’: A Study Explores Nurses’ Perceptions of the Benefits of Rapid Response Teams

By Sylvia Foley, AJN senior editor

For any given health care program, staff perceptions about how well it works will affect its use and maintenance. This is the case with regard to rapid response teams (RRTs). 360 more words

Nursing Perspective

AJN in February: Latino RNs in the U.S., Nurse Bullying, Hypoglycemia in Older Adults, More

On this month’s cover, nurse Sarah Carruth comforts a young patient at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. This photo is the second-place winner of… 571 more words

Nursing