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August 2004 - Volume 104 - Issue 8
pp: 11-96,64AA-64AA,65A-67A,64C-64D,64G-64G

Editorial


Viewpoint


Letters


NEWS


AJN Reports


Nursing Resources


From the ANA: The Politics of Caring


PRACTICE Errors


DRUG Watch


In Our Community


EMERGING Infections


MAKING SENSE of MEDICARE


From the ANA: Issues Update


PROFILES


From the ANA: Health & Safety



Relaxation & Pain Management: The relaxation response can play a role in managing chronic and acute pain.

Schaffer, Susan D.; Yucha, Carolyn B.

AJN The American Journal of Nursing. 104(8):75-82, August 2004.

Reflections


A New Look at the OLD: CE


The Challenge to Come: The Care of Older Adults: The senior boom is on its way, and with it comes new demands on clinicians. A new AJN series asks: are nurses ready?

Stotts, Nancy A.; Deitrich, Carole E.

AJN The American Journal of Nursing. 104(8):40-47, August 2004.

A New Look at the OLD


Art of Nursing


CE


Innovations in Blood Pressure Monitoring: New, automated devices provide in-home or around-the-clock readings.

Artinian, Nancy T.

AJN The American Journal of Nursing. 104(8):52-58, August 2004.

RELATED RESEARCH


Emergency


Plague Comes to New York: Visitors from New Mexico test a big-city hospital’s emergency preparedness.

Drumm, Catherine; Bruner, Johanna; Minutillo, Anna

AJN The American Journal of Nursing. 104(8):61-64, August 2004.




Creator: AJN
Duration: 60:00
Journal: AJN The American Journal of Nursing August 2004, Volume 104, Issue 8;
The Atlantic Philanthropies has awarded two grants to increase the knowledge and skills of those providing care to older adults. Information about the care of those over 65, derived from cutting-edge research and best practices, is now available to nurses and other providers in either print format or streaming video, at any time and at no cost, through this series called A New Look at the Old. The print series began in the August 2004 issue, and continued until December 2006.
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