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About This Issue ( Fall 2020 Edition)

The previous issue, Spring 2020, focused on the Coronavirus as it was first evolving. Who knew at that time we would still be in the thick of the virus now with so many increasing uncertainties for the future. In the Fall 2020 issue, several allnurses members share their thoughts about the continuing Pandemic and interesting ideas on what the future holds. In this issue, you can read about what it was/is like in the day of the life of one nurse at ground zero. Another nurse shares her Pandemic Memories 20 years from now, while another nurse discusses College Life Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, and how these changes are affecting her college-age twin daughters and other students. Don’t miss this issue filled with COVID discussion from nurses. What are your ideas regarding the New Normal?

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    College Life Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

    COVID-19 has affected almost every facet of our lives. For college students, the campus and classes look different today than yesterday, and some of these temporary changes may end up being permanent.…

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    The New Normal

    It's hard to know what the future holds for us after COVID-19.

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    My Covid Crystal Ball

    I discuss some social issues stemming from the Covid, problems with distance learning courses in higher education, and implications for state laws and restrictions on our lives

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    My Memories of the Pandemic 20 Years Down the Memory Lane

    As a nurse, dealing with increased pressure was nothing new. As a nurse, I have been trained to maintain focus, take instant decisions, and perform complicated procedures while responding to heart at…

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    Nurses Wanted

    A framed article in the form of a job posting that reveals what the state of nursing may be like in the future post-Covid world after nurses have left the profession in droves. A satirical piece.

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    A Day in the Life of a Nurse at Ground Zero

    A bedside travel nurse reflects on her latest assignment at a Seattle-area hospital during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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    Memorialization of Nurses Who Died From COVID-19: They Had Grit

    Nurses spent 60% of the time with patients when COVID-19 came. Nurses were sent to war without ammunition and were dodging invisible bullets. Lack of PPE early in the pandemic caused many nurses and o…

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    Five Months Later, Where is the PPE?

    Billions of dollars have been spent by way of the Defense Production Act in the past few months. Let's take a look at how well (or poorly) the money has been spent.

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    School nurses facing a pandemic head-on

    allnurses recently spoke with a school nurses as she prepared for the 2020-21 school year. Along with concerns are messages of hope and encouragement from a sometimes overlooked healthcare professiona…



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nursel56

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

Great issue! I like the mix of factual information and the personal experiences from nurses out there on the front lines.

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herring_RN

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

Excellent magazine. I especially appreciated that allnurses.com featured the facts and actions of direct care nurses advocacy in educating the public and each other regarding adequate protection for All healthcare workers caring for COVID19 patients.

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sirI

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

I really enjoyed this issue especially reading the Articles submitted for the Contest. Very good!

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NRSKarenRN

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

From the bedside to school nurses experience, nursing's Covid-19 pandemic experiences voiced loud and clear.  PPE production needs to be here in the US and ramped up for the fall as nurses STILL reusing masks for days on end.

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