Academic journal article Nursing Education Perspectives


Academic journal article Nursing Education Perspectives


Article excerpt

JANUARY IS TRADITIONALLY a time of reflection. As was announced in the previous issue, 2005 marks the 25th year of publication of the NLN's peer-reviewed journal, now titled Nursing Education Perspectives. We will celebrate this anniversary throughout the year as we are all very proud of our 25 years of accomplishment in setting the stage for educational developments and innovations.

This year we will also plan for the second quarter of a century of publication. To do so, we need your thoughts, ideas, and, as always, your manuscripts. We want to learn of your endeavors to implement recommendations for nursing education in the future. We want to hear of the challenges you face in addressing faculty shortages and in recruiting new and diverse students into nursing education programs at all levels.

Our editorial board has numerous requests:

* Your recommendations for new books on education, new software, and other technology products that you would like to see reviewed.

* Suggestions for outstanding faculty members at your school, or faculty colleagues in other institutions, who may be considered for a profile in the Faculty Matters column.

* Creative efforts for inclusion as an End Note.

* And, of course, we always welcome your letters to the editor about any topics of interest to nurse educators and your thoughts about any of the articles we publish.

Within the past year we have received a number of e-mails congratulating the NLN on the high quality of our journal. These communications are particularly appreciated as we often face the same challenges that you face as nurse educators. …

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