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AJN The American Journal of Nursing: May 2010 - Volume 110 - Issue 5 - p 23
doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000372064.11566.1a
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"If 'socialist health care' means supporting your family and fellow citizens and ensuring no one dies of undetected cancer or bankrupts themselves having treatment, I'm all for it," says Jane Salvage, AJN's contributing editor on international health, in a recent blog post about being treated for cancer. And learn how to create your own nursing avatar using a free virtual training program called Your Future in Nursing.

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"If the comic book hero is what works to get the HIV message across, then let's use it." "Technology will never take the place of common sense and proper training." "There is a difference between extending life and extending death." "There are questions to ask about relationships with particular patients to help you act ethically." "We need a National Nurse . . . all over social media spreading the word on health and prevention."

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