Recommended Reading for Nurses 

Twice each month, our Clinical Editor selects 10 of the most important journal articles from over 70 nursing journals that we publish and compiles them here. In Recommended Reading for Nurses, we offer free access to the hottest topics in nursing and healthcare, as well as other “must-read” content. We invite you to check back often to see the latest free journal articles available through NursingCenter.com, or subscribe to our RSS feed.
 
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Nurse's Choice - Recommended Reading

Blood Conservation: Exploring Alternatives to Blood Transfusions
Critical Care Nursing Quarterly , April/June 2019
Free access will expire on May 27, 2019.


Leading change with ADKAR
Nursing Management, April 2019
Free access will expire on May 13, 2019.


Introduction: Cannabis in Society Today
Nutrition Today, March/April 2019
Free access will expire on May 13, 2019.


Association Between Lactation and Postpartum Blood Pressure in Women with Preeclampsia
MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, March/April 2019
Free access will expire on May 13, 2019.


Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Improving Recognition and Treatment in the Emergency Department
Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal , January/March 2019
Free access will expire on April 29, 2019.


Holding the line against workplace violence
Nursing2019, March 2019
Free access will expire on April 29, 2019.


Acute hyperglycemic emergencies: Diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state
Nursing2019 Critical Care, March 2019
Free access will expire on April 29, 2019.


Certified and Advanced Degree Critical Care Nurses Improve Patient Outcomes
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, March/April 2019
Free access will expire on April 15, 2019.


Nurses and Patients: Natural Partners to Advance Patient Safety
Journal of Nursing Care Quality, January/March 2019
Free access will expire on April 15, 2019.


Infection prevention and control core practices: A roadmap for nursing practice
The Nurse Practitioner, March 2019
Free access will expire on April 15, 2019.