Thank You: 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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Thank You: The Nursing Education Perspectives Editorial Staff Acknowledges with Thanks the Following Individuals Who Participated in the Peer Review Process during the Past Year


Andrea Ackermann

Marsha Howell Adams *

Susan A. Albrecht

Celeste Alfes

Anita C. All

Lisa Allison-Jones

Geralyn M. Altmiller

Catherine A. Andrews

Nell Ard

Alyce S. Ashcraft

Myra A. Aud

Melissa D. Avery

Donna Badowski

Deborah Bambini

Toni Bargagliotti

Sandra L. Bassendowski

Sherry Bassi

Mary L. Baumberger-Henry

Susan Baylor

Janice M. Beitz

David N. Bennett

Regina Bentley

Susan M. Bezek

Sheryl Bishop

Margaret J. Blauveh

Carol Boswell

Mary T. Bouchaud

Fay L. Bower

Cynthia Bozich-Keith

M. Kathleen Brewer

Jennifer E Brown

Sandra C. Brown

Kellie D. Bryant

Linda Burnes-Bolton

Michelle M. Byrne

Jane Campbell

Pamela Cangelosi

Sharon B. Cannon

Mary Ann Cantrell

Jeanine Carr

Barbara Chamberlain

Karen Chang

Hsiu-Chin Chen

Noreen E. Chikotas

Connie L. Clark

Michael Thomas Clark

Rebecca Culver Clark

Laura Clayton

Susan C. Cobb

Pamela Heneise Cone

Judith B. Cornelius

Leanne Susan Cowin

Jill A. Dapremont

Nancy Davenport

Barbara A. Davis

Lorrie J. Dawson

Susan Dawson

Nancy O. DeBasio

Terry Delpier

Joseph T. DeRanieri

Bethany M. Derricott

Katherine H. Dimmock

Patricia W. Dittman

Liz Domm

Gloria E Donnelly

Kristina T. Dreifuerst

Joanne R. Duffy

MaryAnn Edelman

Patricia A. Edwards

Naomi E. Ervin

Bronwynne C. Evans

Jeanette E Faulk

Theresa M. Fay-Hillier

Mary L. Fisher

Betsy Frank*

Suzanne FredericksLina

Gage-Kelly

Peg A. Gallagher

JoAnne Gatti-Petito

Jean Giddens

Janet L. Grady

P. Allen Gray, Jr.

Pauline M. Green

Ruth S. Gresley*

Joyce P. Griffin-Sobel

Rosalinda Haddon

Judith A. Halstead

Pamela V. Hammond *

Mary Jane S. Hanson

Mariann M. Montgomery, Harding

Elizabeth M. Harrison

Valera A. Hascup

Jeanne Hately

Roxanne Pickett Hauber

Rebecca Hegel

Carol Heinrich

Barbara A. Heise

Loretta Heuer

Cheryl Holly

Stephen P. Holzemer *

Linda A. Howe

Christine Angela Hudak

Edna B. Hull

Pamela Ironside *

Arlene E. Johnson

Ellen D. Jones

Angela Jukkala

Mahmoud A. Kaddoura

Suzan Kardong-Edgren

Kathy J. Keister

Marye Dorsey Kellermann

Shake Ketefian

Mary K. …

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