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The Nursing and Health Care Perspective editorial staff acknowledges with thanks the following individuals who participated in the peer review process during the past two years.

Flora Adams
Virginia Adams
Susan Albrecht
Carol V. Allen
Kristine B. Alster
Amy Anderson
Norma Anderson
Marion Anema
Ann Anthony
Jane Armer
Melissa Avery
Toni Bargagliotti
Sara Barger
Violet Barkauskas
Margaret Bassett
Margaret Beard
David Bennett
Janet Boettcher
Mary Lou Bond
Carol Boswell
Susan Boughn
Fay L. Bower
Martha Bradshaw
Sandra Brown
Marjorie Buchanan
Marilyn M. Buck
Faye E. Buekner
Sandra Byers
Linda Caldwell
Judith Calhoun
Becky Campbell
Sharon Cannon
Jeanine Carr
Virginia Cassidy
Mary Chaffee
Charlene Clark
Patricia Cook
Sarah Sheets Cook
Patricia Cravener
P. Howard Cummings
Marcia Dale
Betty Pierce Dennis
Nancy Diekelmann
Gloria Donnelly
Regina Dorman
Sandra Edwardson
Naomi Ervin
Sharon Farley
Harriet Feldman
M. Louise Fitzpatrick
Juanzetta Flowers
Maryann Fralic
Betsy Frank
Dolly Goldenberg
P. Allen Gray, Jr.
Pauline M. Green
Ruth Gresley
Roberta Gropper
Bethany Hall-Long
Esther Haloburdo
Judith Halstead
Mary Jane Hanson
Jacquelin Harrington
Donna Hartweg
Jane Hasek
Penny Hatcher
Evelyn R. Hayes
Jill Hayes
Marsha Helms
Barbara Heller
Loretta Heuer
Sharon Hoffman
Elizabeth Holman
Stephen Holzemer
Mary Huch
Nyla Juhl Imler
Pamela Ironside
Carroll L. Iwasiw
Mary Ann Jezewski
Betty Johnson
Joyce Johnson
Mary Elaine Jones
Harriett Karuhije
Arlene Keeling
Karen Anderson Keith
Catherine Kelleher
Shake Ketefian
Jane Marie Kirschling
Mary K. … 

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