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Creative Nursing is an issue-focused journal, unique in its recognition of the values inherent in the nursing profession. Excellence and professionalism are not exclusive to any one discipline or specialty, and the editors of Creative Nursing are dedicated to developing nursing leaders at all levels and in all settings.

Founded and published by Marie Manthey, nursing pioneer and award-winning author, Creative Nursing is edited by nurses who love the profession and have a vision for its future. For more than 20 years, Creative Nursing has helped nurses in all settings develop their professional practice. Our editors and authors use their unique vision and voice to lead meaningful conversations about what it means to be a nurse.

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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From Knowledge to Practice Wisdom
pp. 111-112(2)
Author: Balik, Barbara

Personal Accounts

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Integrating Nursing Science in the Education Process
pp. 113-117(5)
Author: Felicilda, Rhea Faye

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The Healing Power of Art: Is It Just for Patients?
pp. 118-119(2)
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Articles and Essays

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What Floats a Float Nurse's Boat?
pp. 130-138(9)
Authors: Linzer, Pamela; Tilley, Ann Marie; Williamson, Marlene V.


The Nursing Salon Experience

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The Intersection of Experience and Ideals
pp. 156-157(2)
Author: Weber, Eileen

Book Reviews

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Nursing, the Finest Art: An Illustrated History (3rd ed.)
pp. 158-158(1)
Author: Gulley, Tauna

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A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future
pp. 159-159(1)
Author: Timmons, Jenni Glad

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