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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.

Katherine Abriam-Yago

Andrea Ackermann

Marsha Adams *

Susan Albrecht

Anita All

Lisa Allison-Jones

Elizabeth Andal

Catherine Andrews

Myra Aud

Michele August-Brady

Donna Badowski

Deborah Bambini

Toni Bargagliotti

Violet Barkauskas

Sandra Bassendowski

Sherry Bassi

Mary Baumberger-Henry

Janice Beitz

David Bennett

Regina Bentley

Margaret Blauvelt

Joan Bloch

Mary Bouchaud

Fay Bower

Jennifer Brown

Kellie Bryant

Linda Burnes-Bolton

Michelle Byrne

Bonnie Callen

Jane Campbell

Pamela Cangelosi

Sharon Cannon

Mary Ann Cantrell

Barbara Chamberlain

Noreen Chikotas

Rebecca Clark

Laura Clayton

Susan Cobb

Judith Cornelius

Nancy Davenport

Shauna Davies

Barbara Davis

Lorrie Dawson

Susan Dawson

Terry Delpier

Joseph DeRanieri

Bethany Derricott

Katherine Dimmock

Gloria Donnelly

Joanne Duffy

Patricia Edwards

Naomi Ervin

Bronwynne Evans

Jeanette Faulk

Mary Fisher

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

Judith Halstead

Josh Hamilton

Pamela Hammond *

Mary Jane Hanson

Elizabeth Harrison

Jeanne Hately

Roxanne Hauber

Jane Hawks

Evelyn Hayes

Antoinette Hays

Connie Herin

Marsha Heims

Carol Heinrich

Loretta Heuer

Cheryl Holly

Stephen Paul Holzemer *

Linda Howe

Edna Hull

Linda Hureston

Pamela Ironside *

Arlene Johnson

Joyce Johnson

Ellen Jones

Suzan Kardong-Edgren

Shake Ketefian

Mary Kirkpatrick

Cindy Kohtz

Janet Kramer *

RuthAnne Kuiper

Kathie Kulikowski

Lynette Landry

Bernadette Lange

Susan LaRocco

Mary Lashley

Debra Leners

Judith Lewis

Susan Luparell

Nicole Mareno

Ann Marriner Tomey

Tina Martin

Linda Mayne

Dianne McAdams-Jones

Margaret McCormick

Libba McMillan

Ronda Mintz-Binder

Mariann Montgomery

Gary Moore

Patricia Morgan

Karen Morin

Arlene Morris

Ruby Morrison

Carolyn Mosely *

Wendy Nehring

Ramona Nelson *

Lois Neuman

Grace Newsome

Katherine Nugent

Susan O'Conner-Von

Kathleen O'Connor

Sandra Oliver

Lynne Ornes

Donna Packa

Elizabeth Palmer

Karen Pardue

Thena Parrott

Mary Partusch

Barbara Patterson

Karin Polifko

Susan Poorman

Frances Portnoy

Susan Prion

Marsha Purtee

Patricia Raven

Elizabeth Reifsnider

Margaret Reilly

Deanna Reising

Shielda Rodgers

Kathy Rush

Gail Russell

Vincent Salyers

Karen Schaefer

Angela Schmidt

Cheryl Schriner

Joanne Serembus

Pat Shannon

Nancy Sharts-Hopko

Teresa Shellenbarger

Joyce Shoemaker

Roy Simpson *

Kathleen Sitzman

Jackie Smith

Mable Smith

Mary Spath

Alice Speers

Pamela Springer

Mary Ann Stark

Deborah Stiffler

Lynn Stover

Helen Streubert

John Stys

Jane Sumner

Helen Taggart

Carole Taxis

Patricia Thomas

Cheryl Thompson

Mary Tilbury *

Lucille Travis

Joan Ulloth

Mary Umlauf

Rose Utley

Roberta Waite

Jane Walker

Jean Walker

Carolyn Waltz

Daryle Wane

Sally Weiss

Marcia Wells

Darlene Welsh

Corinne Wheeler

Diane Wieland

Susan Wilhelm

Judith Wilkinson-Hiam

Marvel Williamson

Rita Wise

Zane Wolf

Felecia Wood

Tami Wyatt

Karen Yehle

Jean Yockey

Patricia Young

Susan Youtz

Yu (Philip) Xu *

Nazik Zakari

Joyce Zurmehly

Dolores Zygmont

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