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Articles from Nursing Education Perspectives (November 1, 2002)

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A brief history of the interagency council on information resources for nursing. (Quick Reads). DuBois, Karen 757
Americans for nursing shortage relief. (Public Affairs). 241
Announcements. 199
Assessing and Measuring Caring in Nursing and Health Science. Giguere, Barbara 503
Calendar. 324
End note. 121
End of Life Nursing Care. Yorke, Diane 457
End-of-life care. (Education News). 148
First round of scholarships presented. (NLN Foundation for Nursing Education). 168
Funding for nurse education research approved by the NLN board of governors May 18, 2002. (Position Statement). 1281
Geriatric care online. (Education News). 164
Interagency Council on Information Resources for Nursing. (Essential Nursing References). Allen, Margaret; Barry, Richard; DuBois, Karen; Friedman, Yelena; Hawken, Warren G.; Hiestand, Wanda 8713
Kathleen. (Faculty Matters). 1208
New resources. (Resource Center). 306
New to the board. (The Board of Governors). 105
NLN profiled in association journal. (NLN CEO). 183
Nursing education research grants. (Research and Professional Development). 200
On the web. (Resource Center). 255
Paradox, incongruity, and a new vision for our profession: remarks from the opening session of the NLN Education Summit 2002: within nursing, our paradoxical behavior has all too often hurt us and hampered our ability to serve the public at the optimal level. We are too often forced to accept something far less than what we intended. (President's Message). Zungolo, Eileen 1383
Reflections on caring narratives: enhancing patterns of knowing. Schaefer, Karen Moore 5942
RN-MSN admission practices and curricula in the mid-Atlantic region. Speziale, Helen J. Streubert 3657
Students take the professor home. Adams, Janiece; Gilman, Barbara 2452
Transition to the work world. (Education News). 244
Use of the Human Simulator Research Grants. (Research and Professional Development). 168
Who should teach advanced practice nursing? The role of an APN has its unique components, whether the person will function as a clinical nurse specialist, a nurse midwife, a nurse anesthetist, or a nurse practitioner. All APN students must understand the historical development of the role and the current challenges that exist nationally and within the state in which they are studying. (From the Editor). Fitzpatrick, Joyce J. 491

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