Consistent with the journal's tradition, we encourage nursing scholars to reflect on work previously published in ANS, and use critical insights to present innovations in nursing theory, research, practice and policy. This issue includes ideas that challenge prior assumptions and that present new, intellectually challenging perspectives, drawing on articles previously published in ANS.
We invite you to explore the contents of this issue, and to follow the ANS Journal blog where we post messages from the authors giving more background about their work! We always welcome your comments in response to any ANS articles!
Peggy L. Chinn, RN, PhD, FAANProfessor Emerita, University of Connecticut Editor, Advances in Nursing Science