Periodicals Spotlight: Nursing Spectrum

“Nursing Spectrum is a biweekly magazine that delivers high quality editorial coverage that is informative yet quick and easy to read. The magazine features Local News where you can find news on what’s going on in your nursing community. Our Specialties section will help keep you up to date on specialty-related news and information, such as what’s happening in the world of Critical Care, Emergency, Medical/Surgical, Pediatrics, Perioperative and Oncology nursing. Nursing Spectrum also contains highly regarded Continuing Education modules in every issue, in addition to drug news, clinical clips, career advice, and job opportunities.” Here is their website.

Here are some articles from recent issues of the Nursing Spectrum:

March 8, 2010

[National] Cover story: Smart career moves: Experts offer tips for career growth at every stage of the game.

[Local] SUNY Downstate Medical Center Hosts Transcultural Nursing Conference; Mount Sinai Team Shares Surgical Expertise in Haiti

[Continuing Education] Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Learn about the condition and how it might apply in disasters such as the Haiti earthquake.

February 22, 2010

[National] Cover story: Making Waves: Meditation practice offers a host of potential brain benefits for patients and nurses.

[Departments] Letters & Posts: Nurses share their opinions on addiction programs in New York and New Jersey.

[Continuing Education] Scleroderma: More than skin deep. Learn about this rare but potentially life-threatening condition.

February 8, 2010

[National] Nurses providing aid to Haitians encounter unique challenges.

[Departments] Hospital sweeps in and offers opportunities to newly jobless nurses.

[Local] How cardiovascular nurses measure up. When it comes to care, actions speak louder than words for New York and New Jersey nurses.

Please visit the Periodicals Room in The Sullivan Library to read these, and other, issues of the Nursing Spectrum. Our collection starts with v7, 1995.

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