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* In her post "Mental Illness and Public Tragedy: Recognizing Critical Warning Signs," AJN contributing editor Donna Sabella asks why we're always left to wonder why something wasn't "done by someone . . . along the way to change the direction the person and situation were headed in before it was too late" (


* "Healing is hard work. Coming to terms with changes in physical abilities, body image, and potential alterations in lifestyle, even if temporary, can be difficult," writes nurse Barbara Wukovits in her post "The Power of Pictures in Therapeutic Healing" (


* In her post "Acute Care Nurses: An Endangered Species?" AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy discusses the nursing crisis in acute care and shares a conversation with Beth Wathen, president of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (



"The whole 'do more with less' culture is unsustainable." "I think everyone needs a reminder to be kind to each other. This pandemic has brought out a lot of differences in opinion, resulting in judgment and hostility toward fellow health care providers at times. We need to respect and support each other." "Nursing cannot be the same when we come out of [the pandemic]."




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


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


* Amanda Good and Rita Olans, authors of "Pediatric Antibiotic Stewardship."


* Erin E. Emery-Tiburcio and Ellen Carbonell, two of the authors of "The 4Ms of an Age-Friendly Health System."


* Deborah Johnson, author of "The Flu Pandemic of 1918: A Nurse's Story."


* Reflections: Listen to a reading of Diane Fraser's personal essay, "In Full Bloom."