AJN Off the Charts is the blog of the American Journal of Nursing. We publish two to three new posts each week, drawing attention to important research findings, policy controversies, clinical practices and challenges, public health news, nursing career issues, personal stories told by both nurses and patients, ethical issues in health care, and much more.
Blog contributors include working nurses, AJN editors and contributing editors, patients, professors, policy leaders, and researchers. We welcome new authors with expertise in nursing or health care topics or personal experience that’s of direct relevance to areas we cover. All posts are edited before publication.
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Blog editor: Jacob Molyneux, AJN senior editor/social media strategy