This page collects all AJN’s posts on the developing coronavirus pandemic. It will be regularly updated, with the newest posts at the top.
Note that as this situation evolves and the true scope and seriousness of the crisis becomes ever more clear, certain information and perspectives in older posts may no longer be accurate or appropriate; such posts are very much of their particular moment, retained for archive purposes, and should be read accordingly.
- As Conflicting Recommendations Sow Public Confusion, Nurses Still Lack Adequate PPE and Equipment
- COVID-19: On and On: A Note from AJN’s Editor-in-Chief
- Moral Courage in a Pandemic: a 14th Century Physician and Health Care Workers Today (March 27)
- Note from a Young ICU Nurse as COVID-19 Pandemic Intensifies in the U.S. (March 25)
- COVID-19: Into the Battle With All That We Have and All That We Lack (March 23)
- COVID-19: What a New Study Says and Doesn’t Say About the Possibility of Airborne Transmission (March 20)
- 1918 Redux: Supportive Nursing Care for the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Courageous Care (March 18)
- Making Sense of Interim CDC Guidance on N95 vs. Surgical Masks for COVID-19 (March 13)
- If I Want to Wear a Face Mask to Prevent COVID-19, Why Shouldn’t I? (March 6; updated March 12)
- COVID-19 for Nurses: Skip the Rumors and Stick to the Basics (February 28)
- As Another Coronavirus Begins to Spread, Follow Reasonable Precautions and Avoid Fear-Mongering (January 24)