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* We highlight some of AJN's top blog posts of the past year in "A Few Notable Nurse Voices of 2018" (


* "Because nurses are 'everywhere,' we are very likely to come into contact with human trafficking victims at some point. Would you know how to recognize one?" writes AJN clinical editor Betsy Todd in her post "How Can Nurses Identify and Assist Human Trafficking Victims?" (


* In "40 Million and Counting: These Days, Every Month Is Family Caregiver Month," AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy points readers to AJN's collection of free resources that nurses can provide to family caregivers, including articles, teaching videos, and tip sheets (



"Community-based home health and hospice is the solution [to addressing the growing geriatric population]. Acute care providers and medical practices can utilize community-based nursing care to better serve older adults and connect them to services to improve quality of life, safety, and overall health." "I have seen a lot of change and progress in nursing. Unfortunately, the lack of understanding by the public about what nurses do and what amazing knowledge and skills they bring to the profession persists[horizontal ellipsis]. It is incumbent upon all nurses to take part in educating the public, and holding the media accountable for accurate portrayal of nurses and the profession." "As an oncology nurse navigator, I frequently come across family patient caregivers who are overwhelmed. The Home Alone Alliance website addresses most of the frequent concerns. It's a great resource, and I've shared it with my colleagues at work."




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


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


* Xin Lin and Stacie Corcoran, authors of "Caring for Survivors of Hodgkin Lymphoma."


* Maria Pinero, lead author of "Integrating Peer Review into Nursing Practice."