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Nursing Practice and the Criminal Justice System

May 12, 2018 by

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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

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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 […]