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  1. Version Fall 2020

    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 allnurse...

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  2. What will nursing look like after COVID-19?

    Many people are asking when will life return to the way it was before COVID-19. Spoiler alert: It won’t. After World War II, people wanted to forget the hardships of the past decade and tried to go back to the way things were, or believed should be,...
  3. Nurse Beth

    The New Normal

    By definition, it’s hard to imagine the unimaginable. At least it is for me. I never could have predicted or imagined the world we’re in now. With the exception of 9/11, I was raised in a peaceful, non-warring period of time in an affluent society......
  4. Carol Ebert

    SMALL is the New BIG

    Right now in order to survive this pandemic we have to avoid crowded offices, crowded events, crowded restaurants, crowded classrooms, crowded churches, crowded public transportation, clinics and hospitals, and even our friends and other people who ...
  5. My Covid Crystal Ball

    A vaccine will not entirely end the COVID disease because it will be considerably less than 100% effective and not everyone will take it. Healthcare workers, high-risk individuals, and most seniors will comply. A certain cure is a better goal, a sure...
  6. Even though COVID-19 has infected and killed Americans from every age bracket, the most vulnerable population has remained the same. Persons at highest risk for having a poor outcome if infected with COVID-19 are older adults and those with underlyin...
  7. New Normal After the Pandemic

    The dreadful COVID 19 has caused people to live in fear - fear of the unknown, as everyone wishes to know what the future holds. A pandemic with diverse meaning to each individual. While most people believe geriatrics are more exposed and at higher r...
  8. spotangel

    The New Normal: A Stronger Savvy Nurse!

    So many things have changed in a blink of an eye. The Covid pandemic took and shook lives left, right, and center. Along with most others, my life changed. FamilyMy children were in an uproar. My 14-year daughter, Angela, was crying and shouting, “Yo...
  9. New Normal After the Pandemic

    Every so often, our lives change. Kids grow up, strangers become friends, jobs turn into careers, etc. It’s usually the big changes in our lives that go unnoticed until much later when we look back over the years and reflect on how much has changed. ...
  10. nikkulele77

    Nurses Wanted

    Nurses Wanted at Saint Joseph's Hospital (Job posted 287 days ago) Rediscover the art of bedside nursing at Saint Joseph’s Hospital and join a team of dedicated professionals in the post-Covid healthcare crisis. Multiple positions ope...
  11. As I recall the fear and anxiety surrounding the onset of AIDS decades ago, I wonder what would I remember the most about the current pandemic plaguing the globe. How will I remember this pandemic 20 years down the memory lane? Will I remember t...
  12. We've had numerous article contests in the past, but this one was somewhat different. With this article contest, we asked our readers to share their COVID stories and ideas of the future with us. And WOW!! We received so many inspiring and heartfelt...
  13. The profession of nursing has traditionally been regarded as the most trusted (Milton, 2018). Nursing continues to be named in the Gallup poll as the most trusted profession as well (Kennedy, Maureen & Shawn, 2017). During the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
  14. A New Kindness

    Caring for others has always embedded kindness in the nursing world, however during these unprecedented times, a new form has developed, a kindness in a new light. Having kindness in our hearts is something that is not learned, although at nursing s...