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* In her post "One in 4 Million: The Nurse Who Mentored Me," oncology nurse navigator Julianna Paradisi reflects on the transformative effect of a fellow nurse's guidance (


* "I heard nurses speak of their struggles to be the nurse they once thought they would and could be, and the room filled with an almost palpable ache as one nurse after another articulated his or her struggles," writes pediatric intensive care nurse Hui-Wen (Alina) Sato in "Amidst Nursing's Daily Challenges, a Longing for Enduring Meaning" (


* Nursing professor Susan Bartos discusses the value of storytelling by both patients and nurses in her post "Healing Words: A Critical Care Book Club" (



"Work is busy and stressful, but if you work with a good crew, and you feel recognized and supported, then there is joy in your work! Once you experience this, you find it hard to settle for anything less." "The goal of reducing misuse of opiates and educating patients about the risks and dangers is important. However, we need to keep the drugs available to those who can medically benefit from them and who understand responsible use." "At the age of 63, after 43 years of practice, I love my clinic days when I am actually doing patient care, but I find myself often disheartened on my administrative days when I am fighting with insurance companies to provide necessary treatment for my patients."




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


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


* Susan B. Hassmiller, author of "A New Future of Nursing Report."


* Mary Curry Narayan, author of "Addressing Implicit Bias in Nursing: A Review."


* Edie Brous, author of "The Elements of a Nursing Malpractice Case, Part 1: Duty."