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Allnurses Magazine Winter 2019 Issue - Changes: Nursing's Evolution Through the Years

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The fourth issue of the allnurses Magazine is now available in two versions: online and print. The allnurses Magazine is a free publication with a strong emphasis on Empowering, Uniting, and Advancing nurses. This issue focuses on The Evolution of Nurses and the Nursing Profession.

Allnurses Magazine Winter 2019 Issue - Changes: Nursing's Evolution Through the Years

The quarterly Allnurses Magazine features quality and current content written by some of allnurses' own talented writers as well as prominent guest contributors.

The 2019 Winter Issue of the allnurses magazine focuses on the continuous evolution of Nurses and the Nursing profession over the years.  In this issue, you can read about how things used to be in days gone by, issues and challenges we are currently dealing with, and what is to come in the future of nursing.  Some of the "looking back in time" articles will make you chuckle and may bring back fond memories for the seasoned nurse while the younger generation will wonder how in the world we ever worked wearing white dresses and using archaic devices.  

You will also see quotes from the allnurses members who share the changes they have seen over the years - for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer.  (Oops.....that sounds like that came directly from the wedding nuptials.)

We hope you will read and enjoy the look at nursing - past...present...and future.  We really enjoy getting your feedback.  We are always looking ahead for ideas for future editions. 

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