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The Nursing Education Perspectives editorial staff acknowledges with thanks the following individuals who participated in the peer review process during the past year.

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Marsha Adams **

Susan Albrecht

Anita All

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Elizabeth Andal

Catherine Andrews

Nell Ard

Barbara Aronson

Myra Aud

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Toni Bargagliotti

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Jane Campbell

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Sharon Cannon

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Troy Carlton

Mary Cato

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Charlene Clark

Kathleen Clark

Rebecca Clark

Laura Clayton *

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Christopher Coleman

Patricia Cook

Linda Costa

Patricia Crane

Nancy Davenport

Barbara Davis

Lorrie Dawson

Susan Dawson

Nancy DeBasio

Sharon Decker *

Terry Delpier

Joseph DeRanieri

Katherine Dimmock

Cheryl Feken Dixon *

Gloria Donnelly

Donna Dowling

Joanne Duffy

Jean Dyer

Patricia Edwards

Naomi Ervin

Bronwynne Evans

Jeanette Faulk

Theresa Fay-Hillier

Mary Fisher

M. Louise Fitzpatrick

Betsy Frank **

Suzanne Fredericks

Jean Giddens

Dolly Goldenberg

Gloria Goldman **

Janet Grady

P. Allen Gray, Jr.

Pauline Green

Ruth Gresley **

Joyce Griffin-Sobel *

Rosalinda Haddon

Mary Hall

Esther Haloburdo

Judith Halstead

Diane Hamilton

Josh Hamilton

Pamela Hammond **

Mary Jane Hanson

Donna Hartweg

Valera Hascup

Roxanne Hauber

Jane Hawks

Evelyn Hayes

Connie Heflin

Carol Heinrich

Kathleen Heinrich

Barbara Heise

Loretta Heuer

Cheryl Holly

Stephen Holzemer **

Marcy Hovancsek *

Linda Howe

Christine Hudak

Edna Hull

Linda Hureston

Immaculata Igbo

Nyla Imler

Mary Ireland

Pamela Ironside **

Julie Isaacson

Susan Jacobs

Pamela Jeffries *

Mary Ann Jezewski

Arlene Johnson

Joyce Johnson

Ellen Jones

Suzan Kardong-Edgren *

Harriett Karuhije

Beatrice Kastenbaum *

Marye Kellermann

Shake Ketefian

Carol Kilmon

Mary Kirkpatrick

Cindy Kohtz

Janet Kramer **

RuthAnne Kuiper *

Carolyn Laabs

Clare Lamontagne *

Lynette Landry

Bernadette Lange

Susan LaRocco

Kathie Lasater

Mary Lashley

Elizabeth LaVelle *

Judith Lewis

Wendy Looman

Renatta Loquist

Susan Luparell

Mary Lynd

Cynthia Mailloux

Nicole Mareno

Tina Martin

Linda Mayne

Dianne McAdams-Jones

Linda McCausland *

Margaret McClure

Margaret McCormick

Fran McGlynn

Alix McGregor

Libba McMillan

Krista Moe

Mariann Montgomery

Gary Moore

Patricia Morgan

Karen Morin

Cynthia Morris *

Ruby Morrison

Carolyn W. …

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