1. Hader, Richard RN, CHE, CPHQ, NE-BC, PhD, FAAN

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With today's advanced technology, the World Wide Web has accelerated the exchange of information to reach nearly warp-speed results. Instant information is available with the mere pressing of our fingertips to a computer or cell phone keyboard-reaching around the globe. At times, the immense quantity of information related to healthcare in general, and nursing management specifically, can be overwhelming. The hunter and gatherer of useful, timely, and clinically relevant content must sift through layers of websites, advertisements, and just plain litter strewn all over the information superhighway.

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To streamline your quest for information, Nursing Management now provides one-stop shopping for all your online needs. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, our publisher and a Wolters Kluwer company, recently launched a new, more personalized interface that combines journal content and various media to enable innovative collaboration and sharing among nursing professionals. Although the site is changing, our web address remains the same:


Our new site will be easy to navigate, and throughout the coming year added features will include:


[diamond operator] all issues of Nursing Management from 1981 forward (All articles are free to subscribers.)


[diamond operator] online-only text


[diamond operator] podcasts and videos


[diamond operator] blogs


[diamond operator] editors' picks and top picks that let you know what we think is particularly noteworthy and what articles users have accessed most often


[diamond operator] networking opportunities, including your comments on articles


[diamond operator] opportunities to create your own collections of articles and audiovisual extras


[diamond operator] the option of receiving really simple syndication (RSS) feeds and e-mailed news alerts. (RSS allows you to subscribe to site updates, such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, or video, and view them all in one place.)



These and other features will be unveiled over the coming year, so visit the site regularly and let us know what you think. And don't be surprised if the next nursing professional you see tapping the keys of a BlackBerry, laptop, or iPhone is using one of the many new features we offer at


Richard Hader

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