AJN in November: Preeclampsia Management, Health Conditions Associated with Military Service, More

The November issue of AJN is now live. Here are some articles we’d like to bring to your attention.

CE: Preeclampsia: Current Approaches to Nursing Management

A clinical review of current practice related to preeclampsia risk assessment, prediction, and management, plus updated diagnostic criteria from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Task Force on Hypertension in Pregnancy.

CE: Original Research: Primary Care Providers and Screening for Military Service and PTSD

Evidence shows that veterans who receive their health care from private sector employers are less likely to be screened for military service—and therefore may not be treated for service-related health conditions. Here, the authors explore whether rural Pennsylvania providers offer this screening to their patients.

Creating a Fair and Just Culture in Schools of Nursing

What strategies can nursing schools use to create a fair and just culture? The second part in a two-part series.

Perspectives on Palliative Nursing: Liberty and Justice for All 

When an unauthorized immigrant suffers a brain injury, who decides when treatment is withdrawn? An ethical dilemma touches on issues of clinician autonomy and justice versus patient and family autonomy.

There’s much more in our November issue, including:

  • Teaching for Practice column on promoting nursing students’ ethical development
  • An AJN Reports on recent legislation to help support family caregivers
  • An Ethical Issues column on four types of ethically related concerns that nurses may encounter.

Click here to browse the table of contents and explore the issue on our website.

A note on the cover:

On this month’s cover, a military veteran receives instruction in fly fishing from a volunteer with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of injured and disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans.

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