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Visit our blog to read nurses' perspectives on the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic. Recent posts include:


* "Moral Courage in a Pandemic: A 14th-Century Physician and Health Care Workers Today" by Scott Janssen (


* "Deserted: Note from a Young ICU Nurse as COVID-19 Pandemic Intensifies in U.S." by a New York State RN (


* "Nurses and COVID-19: Into the Battle with All That We Have and All That We Lack" by Tener Goodwin Veenema, Roberta Proffit Lavin, and Mary Pat Couig (


* "1918 Redux: Supportive Nursing Care for the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Courageous Care" by Patricia D'Antonio (




"Who is going to stand up for the nurses in this country?" "We've been warned for years by epidemiologists that a serious pandemic was inevitable, yet here we are, still woefully unprepared for this and with inadequate supplies of PPE. Meanwhile, frontline health care workers get to be the test subjects for how little PPE hospitals can get away with providing." "We still have a decent supply of PPE [at my hospital] but I'm already terrified of getting sick or bringing the virus home."




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


* Behind the article:


* Editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Leslie Mancuso and Patricia M. Davidson, authors of "Thirty Million Strong."


* Clinical editor Betsy Todd speaks with Christine Carlson, lead author of "Caring for Visually Impaired Patients in the Hospital: A Multidisciplinary Quality Improvement Project."


* Our popular Reflections column is now a podcast! Listen to a reading of Laura Bonazzoli's personal essay, "Further Treatment, or Hospice? Three Deaths Compared."