Karen J. Egenes

Nursing during the US Civil War: a movement toward the professionalization of nursing, Winter 2009

Carol Battaglia

To Nurse – Hospital Halls – Breath – and more, Summer 2009

Carolyn Hope Smeltzer

A cultural immersion from a nursing perspective, Spring 2009

Christopher J. Schayer

The boy with the fedora, Fall 2016

Denise Pasieka

Oppression in nursing practice, Fall 2015

Drita Puharić

A coffee many years later, Spring 2016

Elizabeth Cambier

Simple gestures: a nursing student’s journey through the ICU, Winter 2010

Erin Brady

Letters to Dad, Spring 2011

Geraldine Gorman

Desert blooms, Spring 2011

Maximum security kindness or the public health nurse accrues her CEU’s, Summer 2009

Judith Frei

From the grotesque to the sublime: innovations in nursing education, Spring 2009

Kristen Erickson

My mom’s death, Spring 2011

Laura Monahan

Her name was Krystal, Winter 2010

Lynda Slimmer

Portrait of nursing, Winter 2011

Mat Matteson & Geraldine Gorman

Nursing diagnoses, Winter 2011

Mathew Kinsella

Stella, Spring 2016

Sunday Sally Rose, Spring 2017 new

Nancy Burke

I can take care of myself – if you teach me how!, Spring 2009

Shirley Stephenson

Medicine and culture: on becoming a nurse, Fall 2013

Solomon Posen

The male nurse in literature, Fall 2013

Stephanie Ezell

Heartland down, Fall 2011

Victorina T. Malones

Seven reasons why nurses want to leave their job, Spring 2016