Recommended Reading for Nurses 

Twice each month, our Clinical Editor selects 10 of the most important journal articles from over 70 nursing journals that we publish and compiles them here. In Recommended Reading for Nurses, we offer free access to the hottest topics in nursing and healthcare, as well as other “must-read” content. We invite you to check back often to see the latest free journal articles available through NursingCenter.com, or subscribe to our RSS feed.
 
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Nurse's Choice - Recommended Reading

Above and Beyond the Call of Duty: Rural Home Care and Hospice Nurses' Experiences Caring for Veterans
Home Healthcare Now, January/February 2022
Free access will expire on March 14, 2022.


34th Annual APRN Legislative Update: Trends in APRN practice authority during the COVID-19 global pandemic
The Nurse Practitioner, January 2022
Free access will expire on February 28, 2022.


Clinical Reasoning, Judgment, and Safe Medication Administration Practices in Senior Nursing Students
Nurse Educator, January/February 2022
Free access will expire on February 28, 2022.


Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia: A Management Review for Nurses
Critical Care Nursing Quarterly , January/March 2022
Free access will expire on February 28, 2022.


When nurses lead, health follows
Nursing Management, December 2021
Free access will expire on February 14, 2022.


Providing culturally congruent care
Nursing2021, December 2021
Free access will expire on February 14, 2022.


Reducing Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries through Measure-vention
Advances in Skin & Wound Care: The Journal for Prevention and Healing, January 2022
Free access will expire on February 14, 2022.


12 strategies for getting your to-do list done
Nursing made Incredibly Easy!, January/February 2022
Free access will expire on January 31, 2022.


Diet and Cardiovascular Health: New Dietary Guidelines and Considerations
Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, November/December2021
Free access will expire on January 31, 2022.


Use of Social Media to Exchange Critical Care Practice Evidence During the Pandemic
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, January/February 2022
Free access will expire on January 31, 2022.