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* In her post "Can We Ever Overcome Burnout in Nursing?" AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy addresses the persistence of clinician burnout-and how a new report calls for immediate action to tackle the problem (


* "Many nurse managers report feeling unprepared to handle or discuss workplace race issues. In some cases, complaints about racism are downplayed or dismissed," writes nurse and artist Julianna Paradisi in "The Sound of Silence: Racism in Nursing" (


* In her post "Recent Data on Physical Inactivity Points to a More Active Role for Nurses," AJN senior editor Corinne McSpedon discusses the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle and suggests further reading for nurses to help patients increase their activity (



"I guess I'm lucky. My employer put out information and a plan the day the first U.S. patient with COVID-19 was reported." "I believe that dismantling racism is a top priority, and sharing our stories about how and when racism happens in real life is crucial to doing so. Taking our own experiences seriously and owning responsibility is where it all starts." "Can we overcome burnout in nursing with the system we have now? No. It will require a major overhaul."




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


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


* Liselotte Dyrbye, lead author of "An Investigation of Career Choice Regret Among American Nurses."


* Mary C. Zonsius, lead author of "Acute Care for Patients with Dementia."


* Lynn Greenleaf Brown, coauthor of "A Diabetes Screening and Educational Event in Rural Alabama."


* Our popular Reflections column is now a podcast! Listen to a reading of Andrew Dwight Reed's personal essay, "A New Normal."