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* AJNOff the Charts, our blog, can be found at Look for postings by AJN's editorial staff and opinion leaders from nursing and beyond. Recent contributors include clinical editor Christine Moffa asking whether Nurses Week can be good for nursing and senior editor Jacob Molyneux reporting on his interview with Mary Pappas, the nurse at the center of the first U.S. outbreak of influenza A (H1N1), also known as swine flu.


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June 2009 Podcasts

Monthly Highlights: Editor-in-chief Diana Mason outlines the contents of the June issue.


Behind the Article presents audio interviews with authors whose articles are in the current issue of AJN.


* Christine Gorman speaks with senior editor James Stubenrauch and editor-in-chief Diana Mason about the work of nurses in the African country of Malawi.


* Atar Hadari reads his poem "Sicknesses."


Conversations offers podcast interviews with nursing leaders and other notables on their lives, their work, and their way of seeing the world. This month, editorial director Shawn Kennedy shares discussions she had in Geneva, Switzerland, with


* Rowaida Al-Maaitah, incoming chairperson of the World Health Organization's Global Advisory Group on Nursing and Midwifery (GAGNM).


* assistant surgeon general Kerry Paige Nesseler, director of the Office of International Health Affairs in the Health Resources and Services Administration and an official observer at the GAGNM.