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Nursing Practice and the Criminal Justice System

May 12, 2018 by


The current issue of ANS features two articles focused on Crime, Justice and Health.  The first of these two articles is titled “In a Spirit of Restoration: A Phenomenology of NursingPractice and the Criminal Justice System” by Geraldine Gorman, PhD; Rebecca M. Singer, ND; Erin Christmas, MS; Catherine Herbstritt, MS; Layne Miller, MS; Mary Murphy, […]

Overcoming that which divides

October 25, 2013 by


The current “Editor’s Pick” article presents what the authors, Geraldine Gorman, PhD, RN and Corinne Westing, MS, RN,  call a “union narrative as a nursing parable.”  Their article is titled “Nursing, Unionization, and Caste: The Lessons of Local 6456” which provides an account of one local unionization effort, as well as an analysis of the far-reaching implications for reaching […]