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* In her post "School Nurses as the New Front Line in the Struggle to Contain COVID," school nurse Robin Cogan describes the changing landscape of her profession in the wake of the pandemic (


* "This battle, like so many of those that nurses have faced, is grueling and complex. What is steady and undeniable, however, is our strength," writes Tim Cunningham, vice president of practice and innovation at Emory Healthcare, in his post "Nurses: In the Face-Off with COVID, We're Doing 'Alright'" (


* In her post "Nurses Drawdown: A Global Climate Movement for Nurses," Katie Huffling, executive director of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, discusses a new initiative to help nurses take action on climate change (



"Nurses need to be invested in." "These two poems [in the JulyAJN, about the COVID-19 pandemic] are beautiful, and the imagery creates a lingering impression." "I think a topic that the pandemic has raised is the need for nursing regulatory reform." "I work in retail medicine as an FNP and am encouraged to use my best clinical judgment and am very supported in the clinical decisions I make. I work in an underserved community, and my clinic provides much needed access to care."




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


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


* Patricia A. Patrician, lead author of "Original Research: Suicide Among RNs: An Analysis of 2015 Data from the National Violent Death Reporting System."


* Bernadette Capili, author of the first article in AJN's new series Nursing Research, Step by Step, "How Does Research Start?"


* Reflections: Listen to a reading of Kara Caparulo Grogan's personal essay, "Meeting Ms. Ada."