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* In "'Micro' and 'Macro' Strategies for Nursing to Thrive as a Profession," AJN clinical editor Betsy Todd shares insights from a talk by nurse and health care economist Peter Buerhaus at the annual Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses convention (


* "[T]o be there when someone is vulnerable and in need, to provide the one thing that person requires to feel better, is a unique thing," writes UK district nurse Jonathan Peter Robb in his guest post "An Unusual Privilege: A Patient's Memorable Grace" (


* In her post "Sexual Harassment in Nursing: Where Are We Today?" AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy asks readers to think about workplace polices on sexual harassment-and to become familiar with processes for reporting such misconduct (



"Most of my bosses have been strong women who had my back. High-quality nurse managers make for confident, competent staff nurses." "I found nursing school incredibly challenging because it was not a collaborative environment at all." "In my experience, it's often the patients [who sexually harass nurses] rather than coworkers-and we aren't given proper support or recourse either legally or from administrators when it comes to combating that." "We have to be single issue voters until our representatives at every level of government understand that their jobs are not secure until they pass responsible, comprehensive legislation to secure the health and safety of their constituents."




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