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What We're Blogging About


* Julianna Paradisi describes how her nurse's training helped her respond to a physical attack in "Coincidental Violence Against a Nurse: More Prepared Than You Think?"(


* "The Gaza Conflict, Through the Lens of Nursing," by AJN senior editor Jacob Molyneux, focuses on the health care issues resulting from this conflict and highlights the work nurses do in widely varying circumstances throughout the world (


* AJN clinical editor Betsy Todd cuts through the media frenzy surrounding the recent Ebola outbreak in "Ebola: A Nurse Epidemiologist Puts the Outbreak in Perspective" (


What Readers are Saying on Twitter, Facebook, and our Blog

"A dear friend once called inpatient psych nursing at San Francisco General a combination of air traffic controller and beat cop. We have been trained to be hypervigilant." "This is work that deserves respect, wherever it takes place. What we have in common is values." "Hopefully people will educate themselves before mass hysteria becomes more dangerous than the disease."


October Podcasts


* Monthly highlights: Listen to AJN editors discuss the contents of the October issue.


* Behind the article: Editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with


the lead author of "Calciphylaxis: An Unusual Case with an Unusual Outcome."


the lead author of "Studying Nursing Interventions in Acutely Ill, Cognitively Impaired Older Adults."


the author of "A Transformational Journey Through Birth and Death."