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AJNAmerican Journal of Nursing
AJNAustralian Jewish News (newspaper; est. 1895)
AJNAmerican Journal of Nephrology
AJNAteliers Jean Nouvel (French: Jean Nouvel Workshops; architect)
AJNAmerican Journal of Numismatics (coin collecting)
AJNAfrican Judicial Network (est. 2002)
AJNAssociation Jeunesse de la Noue (French: Youth Association of the Valley)
AJNAssociation des Joyeux Navigants (French: Association of Merry Navigators)
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The American Journal of Nursing. 59(11), 1560-1563.
A study published in the American Journal of Nursing a few years ago revealed that 29 percent of compression socks were worn incorrectly and 26 percent of users or wearers wore the wrong size.
Maureen Shawn Kennedy, MA, RN, is editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Nursing (AJN).
For example, the American Journal of Nursing has a Facebook page, Twitter account and now a Pinterest page.
AAMN members, Brent MacWilliams, Bonnie Schmidt and Michael Bleich manuscript synthesizing recent and seminal research examining the experiences of men in nursing was published in the January, 2013 issue of the American Journal of Nursing: http://journals.lww.com/ajnonline/Fulltext/2013/01000/Men_in_Nursing.26.aspx
In 1900 a major milestone was achieved with the publication of the first official journal of nursing, The American Journal of Nursing. This journal continues to serve as a vehicle for dissemination of critical information about all aspects of the profession.
As of January 1st, 1999, California mandated minimum nurse-to-patient ratios and since then the law has been proven successful (American Journal of Nursing).
nursing's turning away from knowledge about this practice, as reflected in the American Journal of Nursing. Two factors are addressed.
A study in the October issue of the American Journal of Nursing finds that most men at elevated risk of breast cancer are unaware of their risk.
Roush has been a nurse specializing in women's issues for over 25 years, and is a former Editorial Director of the American Journal of Nursing.
A photo essay appeared in the American Journal of Nursing. Then Gorman produced a story and video about what she had learned in Malawi, which was featured on CNN.com and can be seen at http:// cli.gs/2EzaNQ.
This book which won an American Journal of Nursing 2005 Book of the Year award belongs on anyone's bookshelf who is interested in either the history or future of nursing.
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