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July 2009 Podcasts

Monthly Highlights:AJN editors discuss the contents of the July issue.


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


* Dana Weinberg, lead author of the original research in this issue, "'It Depends': Medical Residents' Perspectives on Working with Nurses," talks with editor-in-chief emeritus Diana Mason about residents' attitudes and how nurses should respond.


* Fiona Gold, a nurse with British Columbia's Street Nurse Program, whose article (with photographs by Nettie Wild) is featured in this issue, talks with Mason about the award-winning educational DVD, Bevel Up: Drugs, Users and Outreach Nursing, and some of the controversy surrounding the program.


* The Reverend Anne C. Fowler reads her poem "Visit."



June 2009 Podcasts


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


* Atar Hadari reads his poem "Sicknesses."


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


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