Academic journal article Creative Nursing

Welcome to a New Generation of Creative Nursing

Academic journal article Creative Nursing

Welcome to a New Generation of Creative Nursing

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This issue of Creative Nursing heralds a new generation in the life of this journal of values, issues, experience, and collaboration. As you will read in Beth Beaty's history of this publication, found on pages 8-10 , Creative Nursing and its previous incarnation, Primarily Nursing, have existed in several formats, with various publication schedules and the involvement of many different individuals. Our collaboration with Springer Publishing Company, our shiny new look, our doubled content capacity, and our expansion into a true multimedia journal with both print and online versions are all changes that those of us on the editorial board are very excited about.

But through all these changes, some things remain constant:

The people who produce this journal love nursing. We comprise a variety of ages, years of experience, roles, specialties, and relationships to the nursing profession, but we all share in and are committ ed to continuing the focus of the journal's founder, Marie Manthey: the relationship between nurse and patient at the bedside.

Our understanding of "the bedside" encompasses the whole world. Wherever nurses are caring, listening, teaching, touching, and helping people regain or maintain health or cope with illness, or administering support to those who do, we want to tell our readers about it.

Each issue of Creative Nursing has a theme. Each issue is a distillation of one of the important issues concerning our profession and its members. …

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