Free article collection to commemorate National Nurses Week


Nurses week.1May 6th-12th is National Nurses Week, a time when we appreciate nurse practitioners that make others’ well-being their priority. In recognition of their care, community and patient advocacy, we’re pleased to release a collection of 13 new articles in health and nursing science, free now through June 12th.

These articles focus on an array of topics such as skipped-generation households, nursing leadership, the effect of yoga on social relationships and much more! A list of these articles and links are available below:

Asian Pacific Island Nursing Journal
Maintaining Harmony of Life in Skipped-Generation Households of the Older Adults

Global Qualitative Nursing Research
Intimate Partner Violence and Its Resolution Among African American Women

Journal of Family Nursing
Voices From the Street: Exploring the Realities of Family Homelessness

Journal of Holistic Nursing
“I Am a Nice Person When I Do Yoga!!!”: A Qualitative Analysis of How Yoga Affects Relationships

Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing
Body Image and the Female Adolescent Oncology Patient

The Journal of School Nursing
School Nurses’ Experiences With Motivational Interviewing for Preventing Childhood Obesity

Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association
Families With Special Needs Children: Family Health, Functioning, and Care Burden

NASN School Nurse
You Can Make a Difference to a Child by Reducing Risk of Lyme Disease: Network to Reduce Lyme Disease in School-Aged Children, Washington, DC

European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing
Social status, health-related quality of life, and event-free survival in patients with heart failure

Nursing Ethics
‘Moral distress’ – time to abandon a flawed nursing construct?

Nordic Journal of Nursing Research
Is the first-line nursing managers’ power congruent with that of the nursing group?

Journal of Research in Nursing
The nursing profession and its leaders – hiding in plain sight?

Palliative Medicine
Administering anticipatory medications in end-of-life care: A qualitative study of nursing practice in the community



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